I'm in a bit of a pickle for this week's World Music Show (5/28). You see, it's a holiday weekend, which brings to mind summer, picnics and the like. But to wrap a theme around these images, especially a "World Music" theme is no picnic. In fact, after careful consideration, I think it's best to remember that it's all about the music. And that on this particular holiday, the two driving forces I'm dealing with don't match.
Henry and I hope you will make plans to join us this Saturday night (5/28/16) starting at 11:00 p.m. as we prepare for the unofficial beginning of summer by bringing you some scorching hot blues!
It’s not a blues song by any means, but we all remember that Buster Poindexter number from years ago – the one with the chorus, “Hot, hot, hot!” Not many people know that was written with a Richmond summer in mind.
Sometimes trips are so fun that you have to go back for another dose. A few weeks ago we sonically visited a magical place called Bongolia. We heard so many cool beats that on this week's World Music Show (5/21) we decided to return to get another fill of these Salsa-rific beats.
Henry and I hope you will join us this Saturday (5/21/16) at 11:00 p.m. as we unleash the latest episode of Time for the Blues featuring some great music from Virginia Artists as well as some great new numbers from around the country.
So what do Bigfoot and World Music have in common? Well, on this week's World Music Show (5/14), I'll help you connect the dots. That's right, there are dots to connect, but you have to stick with me.
When the Met Opera is not in broadcast season (typically May through December), 88.9 WCVE fills the Saturday afternoon block with music and variety programming, including a nationally-syndicated program out of New Orleans called American Routes (pronounced “roots”).