So, let me be a little more general. Just becuase the headline for this week's World Music Show (9/28) is dubbing this "couch music," doesn't mean that you're required to listen to the show on the sofa, futon, et. al. It just means that finding yourself a cozy spot to enjoy all of this week's bounty, would be a good thing to do. Also, contrary to what the image may imply, this week's show is by no means a low-key type of show.
Sure, it's ok to make up words--especially in headlines. That's where the fun is, at least when it comes to writing. When it comes to music, the fun part is the playing--and listening to it. Hence the beauty of this week's World Music Show (9/21). Actually, that's the beauty of every show. And if you can gleem from the headline this week's theme, then 50 points to you! Yes, this week's show will be heavy in Brazilian (and other Latin) music--especially in the first hour.
Join us this week (9/21/13) as John and I share our blues wish list with you on Time for the Blues! Not only will you hear tracks from one of Buddy Guy's best,"Living Proof" but also some amazing performances that we're sure you'll want on YOUR wish list! Here's hoping that all your wishes come true...
If you're a knowledgeable music listener who remembers various lyrics and good writing, then you may recognize this week's headline. Coined (or in this case borrowed) from a song by the Beastie Boys, this week's World Music Show (9/14) will take that line of thought and actually perform a musical experiment of sorts--at least in the first hour.
Join us this week (9/14/13) as Time for the Blues brings out new stuff from Smokin' Joe Kubek & Bnois King and we're also featuring the legendary Delbert McClinton from a classsic 1997 CD! We've been finding so much great stuff lately that we can't contain ourselves! Another reminder--we're now on Saturdays at 11:00 p.m. so don't miss the fun!
Howard Levy is one of the most creative and innovative musicians on the planet. This multiple Grammy winner and harmonica master also knows his way around the 88’s. And his National resophonic guitarist partner Chris Sielbold is always in the right place at the right time. Sit back and experience a full hour of the artistry of Howard Levy and Chris Sielbold.