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.
We hope you will join us on Time for the Blues this Saturday night (4/9/16) at 11:00 as Henry and I are planning a great show with a mix of new songs to rock the night away. The jokes will probably be as bad as ever, but trust me, the music is going to light up your world.
It's time to get out of Africa for this week's World Music Show (4/9). Wait, what I mean is, it's time to get some superior sounds out of the African continent, at least in the first hour of the show. From the wonderful strings of Ali Farka Toure, Toumani Diabate, and Tinariwen to the powerful vocal chords of Angelique Kidjo, we'll be taking a mini-sound tour of some different parts of the Africa.
The Richmond Ballet is closing their 2015-16 season with Salvatore Aiello’s rending of the ballet The Rite of Spring, in honor of dancer Lauren Fagone. Lauren is retiring from the ballet after a 14-year career here, where she has become known as one of the organization’s most interesting and beloved dancers.