Spanish ladies sing tientos and Kristina begins a series of conversations with local dancer/producer Debra Elias. CLICKHERE:http://www.dedanza.org for more info on Debra’s upcoming show at Intermedia Arts featuring singer Vicente Greigo.
Joy and Pain On this episode of RP we hit you with your Brazilian leftovers from the previous show and drop some bachata and classic funk by Ray Parker Jr., Earth Wind and Fire, Gap Band, and Maze feat. Frankie Beverly.
After two weeks of celebrating the Echo Chamber’s 15th Anniversary, tonight we celebrated the 30th Anniversary of ON-U Sound! The list of ON-U stalwarts appearing on the big show included: Dub Syndicate, Creation Rebel, Voice of Authority, Prince Far I, Little Annie, Garl Clail, Lee “Scratch” Perry, Barmy Army, Singers & Players, Bim Sherman, Deadley Headley & Rico Rodriguez, Little Axe, London Underground, Dr. Pablo, and Missing Brazilians.
We speak with Bill Watkins about the re-release of the first two volumes of his memoir, A Celtic Childhood and Scotland Is Not for the Squeamish. The third volume of his memoir is The Once and Future Celt.
We also chat with the Baroness Ruth Rendell about her new novel, The Vault. Rendell, whom Time magazine called “the best mystery writer in the English-speaking world” is considered one of the greatest crime fiction writers ever. Her remarkable career has spanned more than 40 years. The Vault is a sequel (of sorts) to Rendell’s 1999 novel, A Sight for Sore Eyes.