Tork torched, Theresa toasted, Shamarr shook down, Papa grew funky, Uganda
conga-ed, Glen David consecrated, Willie Green spun emerald webs, Soul Sister
sizzled. You can trust some things over 30.
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the freezer, or save it for a day when you're wishing Thanksgiving came more
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Tune in tomorrow, Thursday 12/9 during the final hour of the morning set (8am
central) when Anthony Cuccia, of “the Other Planets” will come by for an
extended stay in the studio, he was generous enough to offer a little live
in-studio tickling of the ivories, as well as br...
New Orleans paid tribute to one of its most famous native sons with the
unveiling of a new bronze statue of the Chief in Legends Park on Bourbon
Street Saturday night.
Master of Ceremonies Frank Maselli, Chairman of the American Italian
Renaissance Foundation, introduced ...
On today’s show, we ride a musical “Love Trane” with an eclectic range
of music from the folk-gospel strains of Spencer Bohren to a Harold
Arlen/John Coltrane mash up on piano by Matt Lemmler. We conclude our ride
with a little soul, but not before a stroll in City Park to ...
Join us Fri. Dec. 10 for Pt. 2 of the ongoing series Soundclash. Brice Nice
will be joining Alski in a friendly musical cutting contest. Soul, gospel,
reggae, funk and ?. Pretty much anything with a groove.
Alright!Alright! Alroute! Alreet!In celebration of Dr. John's 70th birthday
last November 21, the Tone Scientists and Mad Programmers of the Kitchen Sink
will be playing 2 hours of the Night Tripper this Tuesday, 12/7/10. We'll
play some of the classics, but mainly on th...
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On December 2nd, 1942 that romantic rascal, Enrico Fermi, is under the