Music

3/25/2008 Disabled and Proud
3/25/2008 Rollin' and Tumblin'

THREE great interviews: 1) Former Frank Zappa singer Lady Bianca, being inducted into the West Coast Blues Hall of Fame; 2) Dee Miller, Winner of the 2007 Whiskey Junction Battle of the Blues Competition, appearing at Shaw’s March 29, 2008; and 3) Vincent DeRasmi and NAGA, appearing at Shaw’s March 25th 2008. NAGA played LIVE in the on-air studio for Lady J.

3/25/2008 Corazon Latino
3/25/2008 Dig Up The Roots

More New World Records: not large fish or sports, these are sounds.

3/25/2008 Pam Without Boundaries

Seriously—a new B-52s record. Thr first in 16 years. Along with the 25th Anniversary Boiled in Lead release, and Gary Louris playing that night, it felt like high school this morning. We also heard new local music from El Guante with an incredible spoken-word piece, and the new Southside Soul Volume One. Congratulations to South Minneapolis for the 20-track representation on that.

3/24/2008 Jet Set Planet

Like a cheeseburger jigsaw puzzle: Jet Set Planet.

3/24/2008 CHAT Radio: Hmong Arts Culture

We had a slew of guests on-air tonight. In the first half of the show, we were joined by William Yang of Hmong National Development in Washington DC.

3/24/2008 Listening Lounge

Locally-produced story by Todd Melby (Honk for Tibet) … as part of the Battle for Tibet

3/24/2008 Bop Street

BOPSTREET Swings into Spring with Birthdays-in-Blue for the Once and Future Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, Diana Ross, ‘MotorMouth’ Billy Stewart, the ‘World’s Oldest Teenager’ Rufus Thomas, and Don Covay, whose every vocal move was shadowed by a young Mick Jagger. And a Kansas City Birthday-in-Blue for Big Joe Turner’s musical partner—boogie woogie piano great Pete Johnson and rememberances of a pair of Blues Immortals: Robert ‘Junior’ Lockwood LeRoy Carr. Not to forget master of vocalese King Pleasure and jazz greats Ben Webster the Divine One-Sarah Vaughn.

3/24/2008 The Shake and Bake Show

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