Thanks to the support of Summit Brewing of Saint Paul, we were able to have a 4th broadcast Live from the Artists Quarter in downtown Saint Paul. Maurice Jaycox stopped by and performed a couple of songs towards the end of the broadcast.
There were 3(THREE) interviews on this show so the play list may not be complete or in time order. I interviewed: 1) Joan Cartwright from Florida; 2) Sweet Mama J Dan Lansing of the Twin Cities Rockabilly Association re: the late Chris Gaffne’s Fundraiser on May 18th; and #) Blues Harmonica Man RJ Mischo.
The CHATRADIO Team addresses the crass comments Jason Lewis of KTLK Radio (Conservative Talk Radio) made about Tou SaiKo Lee. Lewis loses it over the Woodbury PTA’s decision to take kids out of class to learn value of being a rap artist and badmouths Tou SaiKo Lee in outrage!
Birthdays in Blue for a pair of Motown legends: Stevie WonderMary Wells. Other Birthdays in Blue include Our Hero-Big Joe Turner; the Vice President of the Tenor Saxophone-Paul Quinichette; Maxine Sullivan of LOCHLOMOND fame; a pair of New Orleans clarinet immortals-Sidney BechetEdmond Hall; Belated Birthdays in Blue for Fred AstaireIrving Berlin and a Fond Farewell to a founding member of true Nashville Royalty—The Once and Future Tennessee Plowboy—Eddy Arnold