Music Announcements

This week the Brass Messengers will be appearing live on House Party:node/74 (Wednesday, 3-6pm).

Join guest host John Kohring as he explores the pleasures of the alto saxophone on Thursday night June 14th, 10:30 to Midnight on the Collective Eye:node/92.

Collective Eye: host Janis Lane-Ewart will be joined by Twin Cities’composer/musician Douglas Ewart on Thursday, June 25, to pay homage to multi-instrumenalist Eric Dolphy. Born June 20, 1928, in Los Angeles, Dolphy was one of several groundbreaking jazz alto saxophone players rising to prominence during the 1960s.

Eve sits in for Ken Hippler on GOOD & COUNTRY to play some of her C&W favorites; a dream realized! Special guest artist Prudence Johnson stops in to sing country with Tim Hennessy on guitar & Joe Savage on pedal steel, in studio! Be our guest for a soulful 2 hours of country moods from 3-5 p.m. on Saturday….

On Thursday, September 4th at a little after 9 A.M. the Dakota Dave Hull Show will feature almost two hours of music chosen especially to welcome all the current visitors to our fair cities. We’ve gone through literally thousands of vintage recordings in order to find the perfect blend of songs for this momentous occasion. Don’t you dare miss it!

This week’s True Brit!:truebrit will feature the international music performer The Duke Of Dark. The Duke will bring in some of his favorite music from the UK, where he has performed many times, and will share his stories and in depth knowledge of all things British – including his love of Wispa chocolate bars. Don’t miss it!

Join Glen Leslie in the Fab Four(th) Dimension as he celebrates 90 minutes of Beatles covers by washed-up Easy Listening hacks and wannabes. Stiff, soul-stripping music from deep within the Higher-Than-Fi universe. It happens on Jet Set Planet:node/94, Monday, December 8th, from 10:30pm to Midnight. It’s gonna be a hard days nightmare.

Be there, Aloha.

The rootsy duo The Get Up Johns will be appearing on House

Be sure and tune in this Wednesday September 10th at 6:00 am for a tribute to the great Mel Torme. Rockin’ in Rhythm host David Cummings will welcome to the studio local musician and music historian Les Block. If you are a Mel Torme fan or just a casual listener I think you will find these to be a very entertaining three hours.

If you are a big fan of train songs be sure not to miss Rockin’ In Rhythm 6:00 to 9:00 am on Nov. 19th. Host David Cummings will be welcoming our pal Dick Himes to the show. He will be bringing in a whole stack of music about train related songs and David will do the same. So, three count them, three hours of great railroading songs.