We hope you will join us on Time for the Blues this Saturday (4/30/16) at 11:00 p.m. as Henry and I are putting together a great show for you that features some amazing music and at least two jokes that just might make you chuckle!
There's plenty of room for you to hop aboard the mobile musical camel on this week's World Music Show (4/23). From some really great desert music by one of the best rated guitarists in the world, to some classic Juju tunes as well as some lost and found Cuban music, this week's show should have something for everyone, whether you like to ride camels or not.
The New Mastersounds are a guitar/bass/keyboard/drum quartet from Leeds, England that plays Meters and Grant Green inspired funk/soul music. Their new album The Nashville Session is being released today – April 22 – as a limited edition, 1000-quantity vinyl exclusive pressing. It won’t be available in any other formats until May 27th.
This Friday, April 22 at 11:00 p.m. WCVE PBS will be re-broadcasting the Tweedy episode of Austin City Limits from the show’s 40th Anniversary Season. This is one of the best ACL episodes of the last few years so it’s definitely worth watching (or re-watching). Every single song is a winner.
The Virginia Opera is concluding their season with performances of Richard Wagner’s “The Flying Dutchman” this weekend at the Carpenter Theatre. Principal Conductor and Artistic Advisor Adam Turner and tenor David Blalock stopped by the 88.9 WCVE studios to talk about the production. Turner is conducting the Richmond Symphony and Blalock is returning to Virginia Opera in the the key role of The Steersman.
We hope you will join us this Saturday night (4/16/16) at 11:00 on Time for the Blues as Henry and I have put together a great show featuring some artists that you love as well as some with whom you may not be as familiar!
Look. I know it's been sort of a rough week for you, so why don't you have a seat? Sit a spell and hear the tale of what's going on for this week's World Music Show (4/16). Because I guarantee that after you peruse what's in store, you'll look forward to Saturday night and leave the show feeling happier and even more well-adjusted (Ok, that could be stretching it.)
This Saturday, April 16, 2016 is Record Store Day, the most important day on the record-buying calendar. It’s a day to celebrate brick and mortar independent record stores and the music lovers who shop at them. In the months leading up to Record Store Day processing plants are filled with orders for archival live recordings, demos, outtakes from the cutting room floor, reissues, new albums and more… anything that can be seen as special or collectible.