World Music

Tonight’s very-chill episode of RP will feature some of the sexiest boogaloo, cha-cha, samba, soul, steel drum, fusion jazz, funk, disco, and reggae sounds to be on this evening airwaves; so get in the mood ;)

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A North Shore Christmas Karol, Part II

Deadbeats on the Air presents a radio theater event: “A North Shore Christmas Karol.” Based on Charles Dickens’, “A Christmas Carol,” this adaptation by Britt Aamodt has been modernized and set in Minnesota’s Arrowhead region.

Deadbeats on the Air is a radio theater group, founded at KFAI radio in 2008, by Britt Aamodt, Michael Fischbein and Mike Stapp. Their first production was the original feature “The Evil of Shady Lake” about the evils of toxic dumping and “those odd people next door.” In 2010, they adapted a popular Minneapolis comic strip, “Road Kill Bill,” created by artist Ken Avidor, for KFAI’s Wave Project.

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A lot of seasonal holiday music today. Solstice, Hanukkah, Christ-mass, and Kwanzaa celebrations all merge.

Tonight was the annual Christmas In Dub special… What a fun mix of yuletide reggae, dub, club, lounge, and world exotica we put together for dubheads everywhere this year…

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Our guest tonight is François Fouquerel, director of the French Camp of Concordia Language Village, near Bemidji. He will speak to us of childhood Christmas memories in Normandy, where he was born.

Louise and Caryl will play French Christmas carols and popular songs of the season. We all will discuss French parties and food specialities at Christmas and New Year.


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Sabri Bros, Meesha Shafi, ghazals, and more

A North Shore Christmas Karol, Part I

Deadbeats on the Air presents a radio theater event: “A North Shore Christmas Karol.” Based on Charles Dickens’, “A Christmas Carol,” this adaptation by Britt Aamodt has been modernized and set in Minnesota’s Arrowhead region.

Deadbeats on the Air is a radio theater group, founded at KFAI radio in 2008, by Britt Aamodt, Michael Fischbein and Mike Stapp. Their first production was the original feature “The Evil of Shady Lake” about the evils of toxic dumping and “those odd people next door.” In 2010, they adapted a popular Minneapolis comic strip, “Road Kill Bill,” created by artist Ken Avidor, for KFAI’s Wave Project.

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