Music

6/2 in a nutshell…
Consider yourself Ringrolled… The Cap’n ‘n’ Cozy worked out a secret backroom deal with Sherwood in an underground dive somewhere in Big Neck, an isthmus between North and South Bays on Sherwood’s Planet, where anytime Sherwood forgets to play Shiina Ringo on his show, her sounds’ll hit ya between the ears in the 3rd hour! As SR’s got exactly one ska tune released under her own name, this will also be known as getting Mayonaka’d…
A new month (June), a new GotchaSKAvered! Your friendly neighborhood Ska Cover-of-the-Month Club has selected a movie theme this time ‘round… Exodus by Ernest Gold. This week, Japan’s Sideburns do the honors. In the Voov, Hal Blaine’s June tune is Trippin’ Out, and out we trip! You won’t want to miss what follows. And, of course, a fabulous ska/rocksteady oldies selection dominates Hour 1. Chikkidup!

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Kristina de Sacramento plays a younger and then an older Lole Montoya singing Cabalgando, and she dedicates a couple of songs (The Seagull and The Lullaby of the Onions) to a couple of flamenco birthdays. This show also features the last segment of the interview with flamenco documentarian, Bill Davidson.

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This episode features Twin Cities local hip-hop group, Point of Contact, in promoting their upcoming EP “Brothers: From Different Fathers and Mothers”. They will also have their EP release party at The Cabooze, June 30th.

Also, Girl In a Coma phones into Radio Pocho from their hotel room in Madison, WI, to gear-up for Jun. 3rd show at the Varsity in MPLS. Thanks, Ladies!


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The Shubert Theatre of Minneapolis
Produced by Dixie Treichel

The Sam S. Shubert Theatre opened in Minneapolis in 1910. An historical landmark and the oldest legitimate theater in Minneapolis, it has had many incarnations and monikers: as the Shubert, a broadway style performing theater; the Alvin, a vaudville/burlesque theater; the Minneapolis Evangelistic Auditorium; and the Academy, a cinema house.

In 1999 the Shubert was uprooted and relocated to Hennepin Avenue, and is now in the Guiness Book of World Records as the most massive building ever moved on rubber-wheeled dollies. Now called the Goodale Theater, it is currently under renovation and is part of a new, three-building complex, including the Historic Hennepin Center for the Arts. The complex, which includes an atrium, has been dubbed the Cowles Center for Dance and the Performing Arts. It is slated to open on September 9, 2011. Produced by Dixie Treichel.

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THE BLUESOLOGIST:
Tribute to poet Gil Scott-Heron

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Joe Ely interview….thanks to Joe Ely for calling in today.

Fuck Knights live in-studio….thanks to the guys for coming in.

New music….an advance copy of Joe Ely’s new one, an advance of Kid Rock performing on the Rave On Buddy Holly tribute CD, Antsy McClain & the Trailer Park Troubadours, Molly Maher’s EP, American Graveyard, The 44’s, and some new stuff from The Fuck Knights.

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The music starts about 3minutes,50 seconds into the archive.

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