Music Announcements

Program hosts David Cummings and Jackson Buck present their 6th annual “Dearly Departed” special on KFAI.

Please listen in to Dig Up The Roots on April 7th. Local DJ and music fan Pepper Patriot will be bringing in some treasures from recent travels abroad!

Ellen Stanley celebrates her 8th anniversary hosting Womenfolk on Tuesday, September 21st from 2-4 pm with a special show, featuring an in-studio performance by Keri Noble:http://www.kerinoble.com and your favorite tunes from the last few years.

Don’t forget flamenco for the holidays! As webcast-only show, Poquito y Bueno isn’t mentioned on air, but don’t let it slip your mind! We have a tender Christmas show for you – a snappy happy cantiñas surrounded by flamenco Christmas songs, including a haunting version of Silent Night. Log on for the holidays, and stay with us through the new year!

This Sunday, November 30, Encuentro:http://www.kfai.org/node/3344 will be entirely dedicated to the music of the great Cuban composer and pianist Ernesto Lecuona (1895-1963). Listen to some of his greatest songs as well as several pieces played at the piano by Lecuona himself.

Tune in to Freewheelin’:node/3292 at 9:00 AM on Christmas Eve morning as Jackson Buck takes the reigns with an alternative take on Christmas music.

Join Glen Leslie on Jet Set Planet for The Look of Love Special, Friday Night at 9 on February 11th – just in time to kick off Valentine’s Day Weekend. 28 versions of the same song, played one, after another, after another, after another…

It’s Rum, not Bourbon this Friday night, September 24th, as Glen Leslie celebrates the Last Night of Summer on Jet Set Planet.

Tune in Thursday, December 18th at midnight for a Christmas celebration with everyone’s favorite dysfunctional egg nog family! Join Fred Nog, his homemaker wife Holly Nog, and their rambunctious teenage son Party Nog as they keep it all holly and jolly!

Please to be sure and tune in to Rockin’ in Rhythm:node/69 Wednesday, November 28th for two hours of the music of Hy Weiss’s Old Town Records. The late Hy Weiss and his brother Sam released some

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