Rain in the Twin Cities prompted me to share some rainy day music with my RT audience.Also Maurice Jaycox and JB(JB The Routine) joined me in the studio to talk about a benefit concert for the ailing Minnesota Music Cafe.
Unas canciones para Francia y Colombia; luego musica mexicoamericano y mas con Ramon/ Some songs for France and Colombia; then Mexican American music and more with Ramon
Interviews about the Buster Keaton Film Festival and live in-studio music from The Crumbs R Us Orchestra.
Big thanks to Chris Johnson and the Deep Blues Festival:http://www.deepbluesfestival.com for inviting musicians from all over the world to play in the Twin Cities, and for getting some of them up early to talk about the blues on PWB. We heard from Bluesboy JAG:http://www.jagshouse.com, Black River Bluesman:http://www.myspace.com/blackriverbluesman, Kirk Special One Man Band:http://www.myspace.com/kirkspecial, Dirty Trainload:http://www.myspace.com/dirtytrainload, and C.W. Ayon:http://www.myspace.com/cwayon. Thanks to them for coming in and taking on an early morning in a busy week. Jag even played live on his pretty cigar box guitar. Expect to hear more of these artists on PWB in weeks to come, as we remember their performances during the festival.
The strangest request yet: Michel LeGrand’s Cocaine LP
Buffalo Commons (Long Haul Productions) + Interview with Dan Collison of Long Haul Productions
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