Music Announcements

Go to Poquito y Bueno on the KFAI homepage Programs and Schedule drop down menu and check out the program archive of our July 30 webcast. Listen at your leisure, although it’s hardly a relaxing segment. This half-hour of the solo guitar virtuosos of the last generation will have you picking your jaw up off the floor – absolutely amazing, unbelievable playing!

We feature Unlovable Flamenco on this segment of Poquito y Bueno: A Short and Sweet Half-Hour of Flamenco. I’m talking about the pure stuff – flamenco before it got mixed up with world music – and we’ve got some of the great old gals singing it. It’s the kind of singing that drove my father from the room faster than Joan Baez – but then Dad was a fan of Eartha Kitt and Peggy Lee.

Please join Beth Shaw and Jackson Buck for a final Urban Folk:node/1222 on June 10, 2007, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. CDT.

Join Variations on a Theme this Sunday at 10:30 p.m. to celebrate and pay tribute to working people.

On the eve of Labor Day, Ian and Shanna will highlight the importance of the unsung folks who make all good things in this world possible. Musical and literary selections include Langston Hughes, Gillian Welch, Pablo Neruda, the Clash, and more.

Lost in the forest, I broke off a dark twig
and lifted its whisper to my thirsty lips:
maybe it was the voice of the rain crying,
a cracked bell, or a torn heart.

Eve is back from Venezuela with music from Merida, Caracas, and beyond, hasta Colombia………….Sintonisense!
Join us on August 19th at 1:00pm on Corazon Latino! Los esperamos….

All The Pretty Horses is reformng and Venus will be joining Angie on In Your Ear:http://www.kfai.org/node/81 late Wednesday night August 29th to talk about it.

Tune in Sunday, December 14th at 11 am as piano player, songwriter and singer Vicky Emerson stops by Womenfolk to play a few live tunes and preview her area shows:http://www.vickyemerson.com/flash/test.html. Listen live or on the archives here:node/123!

Tune in to Good and Country on Saturday April 7th from 3:00-5:00 p.m. as we present 2 hours of country music from the 1960s.

The era of country music during the decade of the 1960s has been described by several music historians as the time when country music moved from the farm and into the cities.

On Thurs. Oct. 29 at midnight, Eric of Voice Cried Softly takes you trick-or-treatin’ in the most ridiculous way possible! You’ll hear plenty of spine-curdling spookitude, augmented by lots of loud noisy rock music and some pretty stupid stuff too!

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