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recorded on November 18, 2014

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Sunday November 23, 2014

Tent Show Radio 6:00 am
20th Anniversary Show

featuring Brandi Carlile, Steve Earle, Cloud Cult and more!
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Art Of The Song 7:00 am
Roger Daltrey

this week on Art of the Song we present an unusual story. In 2012, guitarist Wilko Johnson of Dr. Feelgood fame, was diagnosed with a terminal form of cancer and given 10 months to live. He approached his friend Roger Daltrey of The Who and asked his assistance to record one final album. A session was set up and the two collaborated for one week in the studio, emerging with ?Going Back Home,? an album which subsequently won ?Album of the Year? at the British Classic Rock Awards. A few months ago, we were all set to interview Wilko Johnson remotely from a studio in London, when we got a call from the publicist saying, ?Wilko isn?t feeling well today, and we?ll have to cancel.? Sadly, we went about our business. Half an hour later we received another call saying, Roger Daltrey was in the studio, and would we mind interviewing him instead? Didn?t take long for us to respond with a resounding, YES! The result was an intimate chat with the Rock and Roll Hall of Famer about the project with Wilko Johnson, his charity work with teen cancer patients, and we even got a chance to talk about the early days of The Who
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American Routes 12:00 pm
Living With the Blues

this week on American Routes, we're roaming the highways, byways and crossroads of the Magnolia State, looking for all kinds of blues. We sit down with noted blues scholar Bill Ferris to talk about his lifelong obsession with the music of his home state, and visit with Delta piano blues chanteuse Eden Brent to learn about her music mentor Boogaloo Ames. We set out north for Holly Springs and some Hill Country family jams. Then we head towards home to hang out at Teddy's Juke Joint, and catch up with the master of the gut-bucket blues, Little Freddie King
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Odyssey 2:00 pm
Cokec

Bulgarian brass band Cokec perform live in-studio with host Dana Westover at 3P
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Commonwealth Journal 7:00 pm
Annie Weatherwax

creating a first novel is the subject matter via Annie Weatherwax, novelist,as hosted by Barbara Lewis
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Tuesday November 25, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Shakey Graves

Shakey Graves is the stage name of actor and musician Alejandro Rose-Garcia, who just released his sophomore album, And the War Came
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Wednesday November 26, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
David Gilmour

legendary guitarist, David Gilmour, discusses Pink Floyd?s first new album in 20 years, The Endless River
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Friday November 28, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Neko Case

this week?s edition of the Vintage Cafe looks back at a conversation and performance with Neko Case from last year
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Saturday November 29, 2014

Etown 7:00 am
Brett Dennen / Sera Cahoone

this week, old eTown friend and popular folk/pop singer and songwriter Brett Dennen makes his fourth appearance on the show. Seattle-based singer and songwriter Sera Cahoone also joins us with a great sound combining elements of classic country western, indie rock and lo-fi. Plus, an inspiring in-person eChievement Award winner providing affordable, accessible healthcare to tens of thousands of people in need
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