Today we celebrate the legacy of Earl Palmer, considered by many to be the greatest drummer of the rock roll era. Palmer passed away on September 19 after a lengthy illness. But he leaves behind many great and memorable recordings, some of which we play during Hour 2 of today’s show.
Preview of Norwegian artists Annbjørg Lien and Sondre Bratland who will be in concert this coming Sunday, Sept 28th, 2PM, at Mindekirken (Norwegian Memorial Lutheran church), 921 E 21st St in Minneapolis. Entitled På Kyrkevieien (On the way to church), this concert is presented as a part of the 21st annual Leiv Erickson Festival.
Reaction to the bailout proposal and another loss of a local musician, Jose Carrera of Venezuela. In the second hour, Rob Simonds, from the Cedar Cultural Center, is live in studio for an interview and preview of the Nordic Roots 10th final Annual Festival coming up.
DJ Baby Swiss goes solo (as Dr. StrangeDub was out sick) and puts together another great eclectic Echo Chamber mix. Starting things out with the new Lee Scratch Perry Scratch Came, Scratch Saw, Scratch Conquered, Dub Gabriel’s Anarchy Alchemy, and Renegade Rocker from Dubmatix. And in honor of the late Richard Wright of Pink Floyd who recently died, seven tracks in a row from Easy Star All Stars’ now-legendary Dub Side Of The Moon.