What's your vinyl story?
For me, it was visits to the record store on the weekend. With my allowance
and a few extra dollars subsidized by my nana Ingmire, I searched the bins
for vinyl like someone on a treasure hunt. Years later, I'd abandoned
records for the less subs...
Please join me at 4 p.m. CDT for "Jazz from The French Market." I've been
gone for seven weeks and really missed doing the show. But thanks to Jeff
Greenberg, who very ably put together some top notch shows in my stead, I was
able to hear jazz like I like it by way of Oz's ...
On today’s show, we check out the Maple Leaf Bar on Oak Street in Uptown
New Orleans. Throughout the years, poets, piano players and propagators of
funk have made the Maple Leaf their home away from home.
We'll hear some live music from Maple Leaf regulars Papa Grows Funk ...
Wow! Yesterday was WWOZ at it's best. As I traveled the last leg of a
grueling 1,200 mile trip to Baltimore yesterday, I was accompanied by a
beautiful hitchhiker - the WWOZ Iphone application. A hitchhiker who told
amazing stories and played great music in the form of ...
Y'all get ready because we're bringing you the blues this Tuesday - 8/3/10 at
10 PM CST.
First we'll put on the great documentary "Still Singing the Blues" produced
by hard working radiomen Barry Yeoman and Richard Ziglar.
As they say, "Louisiana’s Interstate-10 corridor b...
On today’s show, we explore the musical ties among New Orleans, Brazil,
Chicago by way of musicians Ray Moore and Jeff Albert.
Culinary Crossroads: La Boca, a restaurant in the Central Business District
of New Orleans.
“A red second hand guitar with a bunch of knobs and switches, plugged into
a Sears & Roebuck amplifier, an ass pocket of Jack Daniels and a box of fried
chicken, riding towards a cabin set deep in the Mississippi backwood…**
Chulahoma trrance blues lives on in the drone and...