Tune in this Saturday Night for the 4th annual Halloween Blues show where some of your favorite blues, rock n' roll, and novelty bands will be featured during this 4 hour freak show called Saturday Night Flesh Fry.
As Halloween approaches, the first two hours will be songs FOR kids, and the last two hours will feature songs ABOUT kids (FOR adults)! Featuring special guest co-host Addison Daly and maybe a surprise visitor or two.
Seamlessly blending the sensibilities of classical excellence and precision, Latin folk music and Jazz improvisation, The Chamber Jazz Trio brings Enchantment to DreamFarm.
Composer/arranger/pianist talks about writing "Here's to Life" for the now classic Shirley Horn CD as well as his pop hits for Barry Manilow ("Copacabana") and others.
Join host Tom Shaker as we celebrate the life and music of Phil Chess, co-founder of Chicago's Chess records. He passed away at 95 last week and left a legacy of genre-defining blues, rock and soul recordings. Along with his brother Leonard, he recorded such influential artists as Howlin' Wolf, Chuck Berry, Etta James and, of course, Muddy Waters. It all starts at 7pm!
Oliver Jones is among the most famous living jazz musicians you've probably never heard of. The celebrated Canadian pianist was the protege of Oscar Peterson, and he's done much to spread the gospel of Canadian jazz in his 81 years. He marked his retirement this year with a special trio performance at the Montreal Jazz Festival and Jazz Night was there. We feature his final trio performance in Montreal, interview Cecile Peterson — the daughter of Oscar Peterson — and learn about some of Montreal's rich jazz history.
Ike’s Gamble is a finely researched, unconventional account of America’s role in the Suez Crisis. Drawing on government documents, diaries, memoirs, and other primary sources, former White House adviser Michael Doran provides a salient portrait of President Eisenhower and the conflict he faced in this tumultuous time, and offers a rich new understanding of how the US became the power broker in the Middle East. Tune in this Sunday evening at 10:30 when Al is joined by former White house adviser and author Michael Doran.
When JULIANA BUHRING set off on her record breaking 18,063 mile trip around the world on her bicycle Pegasus she had no sponsors or funding. Even more amazing is the fact that when she has came up with the idea of doing this feat she hadn't even seriously ridden a bike! In the end she became the fastest woman to circumnavigate the world by bike and her wild story is told in her new book THE ROAD I RIDE: SOMETIMES IT TAKE LOSING EVERYTHING TO FIND YOURSELF. Tune in and find out how she did it.
Tonight on Inquiry we welcome artist, filmmaker and writer SKIP SHEA about the upcoming ShAWNA SHEA FILM FESTIVAL (November 10-12 see: shawnasheaff.com for details). We will also discuss his films Trinity and Ave Maria.
Traditional folk songs in a variety of arrangements, manifestations, and interpretations.
Glorious moments of eclectic and jazzy guitar collaborations unfolding here at the farm and beyond.
"Danza Di Cala Luna" - John Williams and Paco Pena
"Dragon Fly", "Spirit Dances" - Peter Jensen and Friends
"Deep Cover" - Ian Ethan Case Open Land Trio
"The Way You Smile" - Ameranouche
"I Never Dreamed" - Julie Lavender & Casper Guildensoe
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