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Tuesday April 13, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Lowell George was born in 1945, Al Green was born in 1946, and Sam Bush was born in 1952.

Second Take at 8 AM: Brendan will play two versions of Lowell George and Little Feat's "Willin'".
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
Producer Spotlight and more

10am Hour - Randi features the 10 o'clock Coffee Break taking a moment to reflect on a significant musical event in history

11am Hour - Producer Spotlight. We'll dedicate a set of music and showcase the work of one producer throughout.

12pm - Live at Noon. Two live performances from our WUMB Archive

12:30 Artist of the Day - Randi will feature a couple of songs from our featured Artist of the Day

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

3pm Hour - Albert features a couple of songs from our Artist of the Day

5pm Hour - Daily Dylan.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Aaron Lee Tasjan

Whether it’s turning his anxiety into fun sounding party tunes, or manipulating his guitar to sound like a completely different instrument, Aaron Lee Tasjan is great at making things seem like something they are not. On the next World Cafe, Aaron Lee Tasjan joins host Raina Douris to talk about how he does it, and we’ll hear him perform some of his new songs.
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Wednesday April 14, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Loretta Lynn was born in 1932. We’ll play a 3-song set highlighting her legacy.

Regional Roundup at 8 AM: Late 60's Avant Garde LA rock'n'roll. Lowell George was born this week in 1945.
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
Producer Spotlight and more

10am Hour - Randi features the 10 o'clock Coffee Break taking a moment to reflect on a significant musical event in history

11am Hour - Producer Spotlight. We'll dedicate a set of music and showcase the work of one producer throughout.

12pm - Live at Noon. Two live performances from our WUMB Archive

12:30 Artist of the Day - Randi will feature a couple of songs from our featured Artist of the Day

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

3pm Hour - Albert features a couple of songs from our Artist of the Day

5pm Hour - Daily Dylan.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Encore: Bartees Strange

Bartees Strange grew up studying opera, got into Christian punk rock, then became a hip hop producer. Now as a solo artist, he’s made an incredibly compelling debut album, Live Forever. We’ll hear about his experience as a black man in a traditionally white space of indie rock, and he plays live, coming up on the next World Cafe.
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Thursday April 15, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Bessie Smith was born in 1894. We’ll play a 3-song set highlighting her legacy.

Live Legends at 8 AM: Bessie Smith live (on film) in 1929.
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
Producer Spotlight and more

10am Hour - Randi features the 10 o'clock Coffee Break taking a moment to reflect on a significant musical event in history

11am Hour - Producer Spotlight. We'll dedicate a set of music and showcase the work of one producer throughout.

12pm - Live at Noon. Two live performances from our WUMB Archive

12:30 Artist of the Day - Randi will feature a couple of songs from our featured Artist of the Day

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

3pm Hour - Albert features a couple of songs from our Artist of the Day

5pm Hour - Daily Dylan.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Jeremiah Fraites

Jeremiah Fraites is the co-founder of The Lumineers, one of the biggest bands in the world. For his solo debut, Fraites wrote and performed something on a smaller scale, an instrumental piano record. It’s appropriately titled, Piano, Piano. We hear Jeremiah talk about why he wanted to make something sonically different from his Grammy award winning band, and he shares live performances.
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Friday April 16, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Dusty Springfield was born in 1939, Gerry Rafferty was born in 1947, and Tom Waits’ Mule Variations LP was released in 1999.

Local Spotlight at 8 AM: Kemp Harris.
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
Producer Spotlight and more

10am Hour - Randi features the 10 o'clock Coffee Break taking a moment to reflect on a significant musical event in history

11am Hour - Producer Spotlight. We'll dedicate a set of music and showcase the work of one producer throughout.

12pm - Live at Noon. Two live performances from our WUMB Archive

12:30 Artist of the Day - Randi will feature a couple of songs from our featured Artist of the Day

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

3pm Hour - Albert features a couple of songs from our Artist of the Day

5pm Hour - Daily Dylan.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Julien Baker

At the start of her career, Julien Baker felt she had to represent growing up religious, coming out, and getting sober in the best possible light. Then she re-evaluated her music and how she had talked about her experiences. With her latest album, Little Oblivions, she wants you to know all of her, including the less-than-perfect parts. It’s a thoughtful conversation and performance, on the next World Cafe
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Saturday April 17, 2021

Breakfast with the Beatles 6:00 am
the Fred Lennon story

John reunites with his long lost dad this month back in 1964. We’ll tell Fred Lennon’s story
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Paul Rothchild and more

This morning Host Albert O will celebrate Producers Paul Rothchild & Eddie Kramer along with much more.
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
Tom Rush and more

This week Host Scott Alarik will curate Folk Tales about all aspects of Folk music including singer-songwriter/interpreter Tom Rush.

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Elizabeth and the Catapult

We've got an all new episode of Guest Mix with Host Rob Hochschild featuring songwriter Elizabeth Ziman also known as Elizabeth & The Catapult. She'll feature the music for an hour that has helped shape her career.

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
From 2008: Rosanne Cash and more

From 2008: Rosanne Cash, Rodney Crowell, Bruce Cockburn, Billy Bragg, Ferron
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Spinning the Blues 6:00 pm
Ma Rainy and more

NEW BLUES George Gritzbach-Full Circle Bob Corritore & Friends-Spider in My Stew BLUES BIRTHDAYS Frank Frost-4/15/1936 (or 38)-10/12/99 (63) Little Brother Montgomery-4/18/1906-9/6/85 (79) Clarence ‘Gatemouth’ Brown-4/18/24-9/10/05 (81) Gertrude ‘Ma’ Rainy-4/26/1886-12/22/39 (53)
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Dixie Bee Line 9:00 pm
June Carter and more

June Carter (pre-Johnny!), Goldie Fields, Yvette Landry, Norma McCall, Ruthie Ungar, The Davis Sisters, Marjorie Senet, and some men, too! Caleb Klauder, Rick Lee, Bruce Molsky, Benny Martin.
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Sunday April 18, 2021

The SAMW Cafe 8:00 am
Miss Tess and more

Throughout the month of April Host Perry Persoff is featuring the artists who are also instructors at our upcoming WUMB Virtual Blues Camp. This week we're spotlighting the music of Miss Tess

American Routes 12:00 pm
Ellis Marsalis Remembered

There is no more recognizable family name in jazz from New Orleans and beyond than: Marsalis. We’re paying tribute to the late pianist Ellis Marsalis Jr. who passed of Covid-19 in April 2020, and to his musical sons Branford (saxophone), Wynton (trumpet), Delfeayo (trombone) and Jason (drums and vibraphone). The conversation ranges from coming of age in a family of musicians, with expectations of performing at the highest level, to the interplay of traditional and modern jazz in New Orleans. Previously unheard are Wynton’s remarkable memorial oration and a live set with youngest son Jason Marsalis playing the music of his late father. It’s the enduring and thriving musical legacy of the Marsalis family this week on American Routes.
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Odyssey 2:00 pm
Heading north into Zimbabwe

Music from southern Africa, from Botswana and Zimbabwe, with a side trip to the desert country of Namibia this week. Although there are influences from Europe, the underlying power of the drums is the driving force behind what we’ll be listening to, with a remarkable melodic lyricism layered on top that is uniquely from this part of the world.
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Celtic Twilight 4:00 pm
Irish Duets

Irish Duets with Sean Potts & Paddy Moloney, Bryan O'Leary & Colm Guilfoyle and much more
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