Music

2/6/2009 Louisiana Rhythms
2/6/2009 Fubar Omniverse

Fubar Omniverse Playlist, Friday, February 6, 2009

6 AM
Bebo Valdés Javier Colina: Con Poco Coco / Siboney / Bilongo (Live at the Village Vanguard; Calle 54)

2/6/2009 Across The Board

Doug The Thug strong arms his way on Across The Board

2/6/2009 Voice Cried Softly

Forbie Lowe in for Eric.

2/5/2009 Collective Eye

Dr. Billy Taylor, American pianist, educator and composer, is interviewed about his upcoming appearance in the Twin Cities to perform Peaceful Warrior. A celebration of Black History Month presents the thematic thread for tonight’s program featuring African American performers Dr. Billy Taylor, Nina Simone, Sweet Honey In The Rock, the Art Ensemble of Chicago, Kenny Barron and Barry Harris and The Julius Hemphill Sextet.

2/5/2009 Fresh Fruit

Host: Leigh Combs

2/5/2009 Art Matters
2/5/2009 Blueslady's Time Machine

The Nighthawk sits in for the Blueslady and takes us on a Blues Roadtrip from the Mississppi Delta, around the world, and back to Minneapolis

2/5/2009 African Rhythms

African Rhythms Playlist Feb 5, 2009

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2/5/2009 Write On Radio!

Poets Todd Boss and Terri Ford read and talk about love poems. They’ll be appearing with singer-songwriters Ellen Stanley (Mother Banjo) and Brent Floren for a Valentine’s Day Love-In for two shows plus dinner at the 318 Cafe and Wine Bar in Excelsior on Feb 14.

Poet Fred Marchant also joins us in the studio. Fred Marchant is the author of Tipping Point, winner of the Washington Prize in poetry. He is a professor of English at Suffolk University in Boston, and he was part of a UBS forum, Peace, Poetry, and Politics, sponsored by the College of St. Benedict and taking place Friday, February 6th, at 7:00 p.m. at Minnesota Public Radio in St. Paul. The forum also featured Brenda Hillman and Nick Flynn.

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