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Florida Caribe, Tue., Feb. 10, 9-10am

Construction on the $40 billion Nicaragua Canal project has begun in December. The Nicaraguan government promises the Canal will lift the country out of poverty, Washington expresses concern, and Beijing denies any involvement with the Hong Kong company that is in charge. We will talk to Margaret Myers, a China expert with Inter-American Dialogue, and Jorge Huete-Pérez, a microbiologist with Universidad Centroamericana and critic of the project. Tune in to Florida Caribe this Tuesday, 9-10 am!

"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, February 9th, 7-9pm

"There is NOTHING like a Grateful Dead Concert!"

I'll be posting full setlists from now on, so scroll down...and I'll be posting the week's gig announcements as well, while my show's webpage remains down:

Grateful Dead
Henry J. Kaiser Convention Center
Oakland, California

February 9th, 1986
Master Soundboard Cassette > CDR

CD Mastering by Scott Clugston

Back to the boys this week:


Please join us on The Red Couch THIS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 14 AT 10:00 AM!!
The Red Couch is an Internet talk show created by Rachel Schaeffer featuring women and men who share their secrets for living a happy and successful life. Its mission is to inspire people to feel connected and to celebrate their power.

" NOTHING BUT A MESS! " HotRodRock 4-6 PM Tues. 2/10

There is alot of great stuff cobbled together in this weeks show.  It's kind of scrambled , but theres lots of garage, some old stuff ,  music from bands coming through town next two weeks, and punk for good measure. It won't be pretty to most, but those that listen close enough, think you'll see it seems to all work toghere. Keeping it loud for you earholes enjoyment. DVD give away second hour. Vanishing Point the ultimate car chase movie. Click the read more  to see  some HRR approved shows.



The Sunday Folk Show

I'll be on the air from 11am-1pm playing songs from artists who have births or deaths during this first couple of weeks of Feb.  Also Roseanne Cash's new opus and new music from Bill and Eli Perras and the Anderson maybe Tallahatchie River/Bridge songs and songs from Jackson, MS where I spent Christmas.  Rosa Parks was born in Feb. and she and Jackson, MS were a big part of the Civil Rights Movement....Turn On, Tune In

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 2/6/15

What Star Trek fan among us can forget the many references to an "impulse drive" that sometimes powered the galaxy-roaming Enterprise (left). But who among us knows what that is. Inventor Dennis Plews is joining Lew and Steve this week to explain his newly patented impulse drive and how it may someday take us to the stars and revolutionize travel in general.

Later in the show, Denise Kowal, Founder and Creative director of the Chalk Festival will be on the show to tell us about the upcoming event in Venice.

It's a "FOUR PAGER" Weekend on The Breakfast Bar

At the bottom of each hour The WSLR Friday Morning Breakfast Bar breaks out the big list of weekend happenings.  This Friday it's a duzy . . . a four pager crammed with all types of events from an orchid show to a "mud bash" and everything in between.  Around 7:30 and 8:30 on the Friday Morning Breakfast Bar.  WSLR 96.5 FM , stream and on the free smart phone apps.

Playin' the Blues....

Don't Put Your Hands On Me - Koko Taylor | Doghouse - TC & The Troublemakers | I Wish You Would - Billy By Arnold | One Way Ticket Blues - Liz Pennock | Over My Shoulder - TC Carr & The Catch | Stealin' Watermelons - Elvin Bishop | Lonely & Blue - Al Fuller | I'm Bad - Katie Webster | I Don't Play The Blues No More - Sarasota Slim | My Next Ex-Wife - Little Charlie & The Nightcats | You Was Wrong - Sean Chambers | Paint My Mailbox Blue - Johnny Heartsman |


The Busted Flush and other unreachable quests

This week on Have You Heard? think about road trips, CPR on squirrels and

knowing your limits. 2/4 in Jumping Mullet & Friday morning with Mr. Stoner circa 8:55am.

Better audio this week, too. I promise.


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