5/13/2008 Rhythm and Grooves

Thanks to the support of Summit Brewing of Saint Paul, we were able to have a 4th broadcast Live from the Artists Quarter in downtown Saint Paul. Maurice Jaycox stopped by and performed a couple of songs towards the end of the broadcast.

5/13/2008 Disabled and Proud

Pre-recorded show the band Tamarak on Michael (The Hook)Engineers

5/13/2008 Rollin' and Tumblin'

There were 3(THREE) interviews on this show so the play list may not be complete or in time order. I interviewed: 1) Joan Cartwright from Florida; 2) Sweet Mama J Dan Lansing of the Twin Cities Rockabilly Association re: the late Chris Gaffne’s Fundraiser on May 18th; and #) Blues Harmonica Man RJ Mischo.

5/13/2008 Corazon Latino
5/13/2008 Dig Up The Roots

Bulawayo Jazz from Zimbabwe, Rhumba’s from Kenya, Mento from Jamaica and more

5/13/2008 Pam Without Boundaries

Thank you so much to Melis, who joined us for around the Sur Seine: in 90 minutes! We covered 10 days of shows in that time. The festival continues through May 25th. Check out the playlist for a preview, and other new music we heard.

5/12/2008 Jet Set Planet

Dirty Harry had a rod…. and his name was McKuen.

5/12/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture

The CHAT RADIO Team addresses the crass comments Jason Lewis of KTLK Radio (Conservative Talk Radio) made about Tou Sai

5/12/2008 Listening Lounge

Seamus Heaney: Bogging In Again (Radio Netherlands)

5/12/2008 Bop Street

Birthdays in Blue for a pair of Motown legends: Stevie WonderMary Wells. Other Birthdays in Blue include Our Hero-Big Joe Turner; the Vice President of the Tenor Saxophone-Paul Quinichette; Maxine Sullivan of LOCH LOMOND fame; a pair of New Orleans clarinet immortals-Sidney BechetEdmond Hall; Belated Birthdays in Blue for Fred AstaireIrving Berlin and a Fond Farewell to a founding member of true Nashville Royalty—The Once and Future Tennessee Plowboy—Eddy Arnold