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Saturday February 9, 2019

Breakfast with the Beatles 6:00 am
The Ed Sullivan Show

Today was the day The Beatles performed on The Ed Sullivan Show for the very first time, February 9th 1964!

We'll hear all five songs that The Beatles performed during that memorable broadcast. We'll also hear audio actualities including press reports and recollections from people who were there.

Feb 10th marks the first anniversary of Breakfast With The Beatles debut on WUMB! We'll take a look back at our first year and extend our thanks to you, our listeners!
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Tom Rush, Carole King, and much more!

Tune in to celebrate Tom Rush?s 78th birthday, as well as Carole King?s 77th!
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
Fisk Jubilee Singers

Folk Tales honors Black History month with the legendary Fisk Jubilee Singers, the first black ensemble to bring authentic slave songs to white audiences, beginning in the 1870s, from small churches to the White House to command performances for Queen Victoria. And February 16, Folk Tales looks at the black gospel star who many call the real inventor of rock'n'roll, Sister Rosetta Tharpe. We wrap up February on the 23rd, visiting the rock diva with the folkie heart, Janis Joplin.

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
David Champagne

David Champagne is our guest DJ this week. He'll be in studio curating an hour of music and talk, live and local at WUMB.

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
Bettye LaVette, Joan Osborne, Chris Smither and the Nick Moss Band featuring Dennis Gruenling

Performing songs from her tenth album "Things Have Changed" for the first time! Her first album on a major label in nearly 30 years, legendary soul singer Bettye LaVette takes on the songs of Bob Dylan with the grit and experience that makes her one of the greatest living soul singers. Things Have Changed is a masterpiece of interpretation of one of the greatest songwriters alive, by one of the greatest soul singers alive. Keith Richards and Trombone Shorty guest on the Steve Jordan-produced album, which is set for release on Verve Records on March 30, 2018.

Also featuring Joan Osborne, Chris Smither, and Nick Moss playing with Dennis Gruenling
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Spinning the Blues 8:00 pm
Love Songs, Old Blues and New Releases

For Valentine's Day this week, Holly will spin some classic love songs. We also have birthday celebrations for Lonnie Johnson, Floyd Dixon, and more, along with new releases.
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Dixie Bee Line 9:00 pm
Bluegrass

Bluegrass theme, featuring Joe Val, the New England Bluegrass Boys, and more
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Sunday February 10, 2019

Etown 6:00 am
Gregory Alan Isakov / Rayland Baxter / Dara Schoenwald

This week, we're joined on the airwaves by one of our good friends (not to mention one of our favorite songwriters out there), Gregory Alan Isakov. This is Gregory's sixth time on the show (his first all the way back in 2008) and he shares tunes from his critically acclaimed new record Evening Machines. Also with us: Alt-country/American singer/songwriter Rayland Baxter, a truly one-of-a-kind performer and individual (don't miss his interview w/Nick). Plus we'll hear from a Florida woman who, with her husband, founded a website that connects potential volunteers with organized shoreline cleanups all over their state.
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Sunday Morning Brew 8:00 am
Jeff Tweedy, Whitehorse, and much more!

Compositions of Jeff Tweedy, new music from Whitehorse

Odyssey 2:00 pm
Jamaica

Jamaica's influence on the world's dancing parties is surely not in question, but we'll look into other aspects of the island's musical history.
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Celtic Twilight 4:00 pm
Valentine's Day Special

We feature Celtic Love Songs in honor of Valentine's Day. We'll hear love songs that are ancient and timeless as well as more recent compositions.
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Monday February 11, 2019

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Black Future Month

Hear songs from some of the black artists shaping the future of music on the next World Cafe. Our guests are Bandleader for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jon Batiste, Briana Younger who writes about music for The New Yorker and NPR Music's Rodney Carmichael. They'll play some of their picks as we honor Black Future Month.
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Tuesday February 12, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History at 7:30, Second Take at 8am, and more

This Day in Music History: Al Green's "Let's Stay Together" hits #1 in US 1972; Donovan signs his first recording contract 1965; Screamin Jay Hawkins records "I Put a Spell on You" 1956

Second Take: Two versions of "What's So Funny 'Bout Peace, Love and Understanding"
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week at 3, Daily Dylan, and much more!

Artist of the Week: Valentine's Day songs all week long

Daily Dylan: Planet Waves started a 4 week run at #1 on this week in History (Dylan's first #1)
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Sense of Place: Glasgow -- The City's Venues with Nicola Meighan

Scottish music journalist Nicola Meighan gives World Cafe a tour of Glasgow's most notable music venues -- from where guitar great John Martyn got his start to the spot where David Bowie took a bit of the dressing room home with him -- in the final edition of our Sense of Place: Glasgow series.
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Wednesday February 13, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History at 7:30, Family Connection at 8am, and more

This Day in Music History: The Beatles "Strawberry Fields Forever" b/w "Penny Lane" released today in 1967; Guitar Slim has #1 R&B hit with "The Things That I Used to Do" in 1954

Family Connection: Felice and Boudleaux Bryant
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week at 3, Daily Dylan, and much more!

Artist of the Week: Valentine's Day songs all week long

Daily Dylan: Planet Waves started a 4 week run at #1 on this week in History (Dylan's first #1)
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Black Future Month

Hear songs from some of the black artists shaping the future of music on the next World Cafe. Our guests are Bandleader for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Jon Batiste, Briana Younger who writes about music for The New Yorker and NPR Music's Rodney Carmichael. They?ll play some of their picks as we honor Black Future Month.
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Thursday February 14, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History at 7:30, Live on WUMB at 8am, and more

This Day in Music History: We have a few big birthdays to celebrate today: Magic Sam (1937), Tim Buckley (1947), and Eric Andersen (1943)

Live on WUMB: Joan Shelley
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week at 3, Daily Dylan, and much more!

Artist of the Week: Valentine's Day songs all week long

Daily Dylan: Planet Waves started a 4 week run at #1 on this week in History (Dylan's first #1)
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Valentine's Day and Anti Valentine's Day Songs

Love songs? Yes, we've got love songs, in the form of duets on this Valentine's Day edition of the World Cafe. For those not feeling so sentimental about their romantic life, we'll be sure to dust off a handful of anti-valentine's day songs as well.
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Friday February 15, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
New Music at 7:30, This Day in Music History at 7:50, Local Spotlight at 8am, and more

New Music: Brendan and Jay play two new tracks

This Day in Music History: Big Joe Turner recorded "Shake, Rattle and Roll" today in 1954; Linda Ronstadt's "You're No Good" hits #1 in 1975; and Harold Arlen was born this day in 1905

Local Spotlight: Lyle Brewer
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week at 3, Daily Dylan, and much more!

Artist of the Week: Valentine's Day songs all week long

Daily Dylan: Planet Waves started a 4 week run at #1 on this week in History (Dylan's first #1)
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Adia Victoria

At the end of next week Adia Victoria will release her eagerly anticipated second album Silences. On the next World Cafe she and her full band play the new songs live and Adia talks about being a black blues singer in Nashville and how she brings the past into the present through her music.
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