Thursday, November 19th on Write on Radio, novelist Jay White joins us to talk about his book Every Boat Turns South.
Also this week, Heather Bouwman will be in the studio to talk about her debut middle-grade novel, The Remarkable Very True Story of Lucy Snowcap, which was named by Kirkus Reviews as one of the best children’s books of 2008. With Young Adult writer Swati Avasthi, she’s also co-curating a new children’s and teen reading series at The Loft. The series launches this Saturday at 2 PM, featuring authors Pete Hautman and J.T. Dutton.
-Dakota Dave Hull / New Shirt / New Shirt / Arabica
-Earl Johnson His Clodhoppers / Leather Britches / Red Hot Breakdowns / County
-Earl Johnson His Clodhoppers / Ain’t Nobody’s Business / Red Hot Breakdowns / County
-Tommy Hunter / Nancy Rowland / Deep in Tradition / June Appal
-Tommy Hunter / St. Anne’s Reel / Deep in Tradition / June Appal
-Delmore Brothers / Freight Train Boogie / Blues Stay Away from Me / Jasmine
-Delmore Brothers / Harmonica Bllues Blues Stay Away from Me / Jasmine
We played a red-hot corker of a Mighty Vikings tune on the Wincox label called Running Water, right after Vienna Woods early in Hour 1, in a set that careened into TSPO founder Asa-Chang’s Blue Hats big band somewhere near the :30 mark.
Sherwood B. Funn kicked his orbital Voovie Doo Lounge into overdrive with Bobby Sanabria, and threw in some old-school Kenton to boot! Shiina Ringo, Earl Bostic and other fine artists peppered the rest of the hour in high style. The 4(+1)-at-4 went Skapanese starting with another Ringo gem, and this week’s Lollipop was sung by a certain Maggie Mae! Nobody that Rod Stewart knew, of course… this girl was quite wiiiide awake, thank you! Oh, and by the way, that makes 3, count’em, 3 mixed English/German versions! Jawohl!
When I first went to Scandinavia to live and work I started in Värmland…..to which I return tonight through the music of friends with whom I lived, worked and played. A one hour trip down memory lane……….