This week Neil Zumwalt and Henry Olave played in our studios. They are the geniuses behind Zibra Zibra and SuperCollider. They played their greatest hits and then Henry did a KILLERsolo acoustic set and Neil did a solo techno set.
We also aired an interview with Kid Koala recorded by MJ Gilmore after he performed recently at the Cedar.
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Bounced around as usual. New music included Mose Allison, Will Sexton, Tucker Jameson &The Hot Mugs, Eli “Paperboy” Reed, John David & The Jerks, Angel Band, Walter Trout, Tiny Television PLUS lots of older stuff.
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Let’s start what we have come into the room to do! Episode 4 is a trip back to the ultimate motherland, Africa, as we give you a taste of Afrobeat, Highlife, Punta, Salsa and Mambo. Let’s not forget the usual intoxicating mix of funk and tejano music, and Radio Pocho’s very own interpretation of Cheech and Chong’s Mexican-Americans titled, Minnesota Mexicans!
MAJORMAJOR birthday shout outs to Danny Topete and amalia deloney.
We say Happy Trails to the Roy Rogers and Dale Evans Museum in Branson Missouri. The museum has closed it’s doors and has sold everything lock, stock and Trigger. In the second hour I welcome my friends Pam and Sherwin Linton to the show.