Hope you plan on joining us this Saturday (4/26/14) on Time for the Blues as Henry Cook and I will be bringing in some great late night music and really bad jokes to cap off the day. Consider this your invitation to the best after hours party going. And we're serving up new Savoy Brown, Bob Corritore and our last episode of our chat with local harpmaster Li'l Ronnie Owens!
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Make sure you join us for Time For The Blues this Saturday night (4/19/14) as we bring you some amazing blues. Not just good, we’re going for amazing and you’ll be glad you tuned in! We have new tracks from the Robert Cray Band and one of our favorites, Lisa Mann! Also, another chat and tunes with local harpmaster Li'l Ronnie Owens!
Be sure to join us this week (4/12/14) on Time For The Blues as Henry Cook and I will be up to our old tricks. That is, we’ll be serving up some very hot music and some very bad jokes. We make no bones about it, slide on up to the radio and relax and have a great time, we certainly will. We'll have brand new Holmes Brothers, more Blues Project and another visit with local harpmaster Li'l Ronnie Owens to share with you!
We hope you will join us this week (3/29/14) on Time For The Blues because Henry Cook and I plan to unleash some great sides and we’ve got a special guest who we’ve been listening to for some time and now he’s finally going to join us in the studio--local harpmaster Li'l Ronnie Owens! We'll also hear more from recent CDs by Buddy Guy as well as Tommy Castro and the Painkillers!
Theater commentator John Porter looks at "High."
Theatre commentator John Porter looks at Clybourne Park.
While the weather has made it difficult to travel this winter, Henry and I hope you will stay up late this week (3/1/14) and join us on a little Time For The Blues musical journey. We’ve got the blues bus set on cruise control and a whole bunch of great tunes lined up. All you need to do is kick back and relax, leave the music to us!
Theater commentator John Porter looks at the Virginia Rep production of Moliere's "Tartuffe."
Theatre commentator John Porter takes a look at Death and the Maiden.