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This week on Renaissance SRQ will be a celebration of international music with visits from Paul Duffy, "one of the greatest musicians to ever come out of Ireland, and violinist duo Angela and Jennifer Chun, all of whom will be performing live on the show.

Memories of Days Gone By

Danny C. returns today with two hours of the greatest Doo Wop cover songs of all time. Be sure to tune in at 5PM Eastern time.


Danny C. presents the best of New England Doo Wop with feature group "The Five Satins". Dan will also have a "Live on air" phone interview with Fred Parris. Original founding member of the Five Satins. Fred is also the lead singer and writter of the Five Satins million selling #1 Doo Wop song of all time, "In the still of the night"


"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, March 2nd, 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:

Before tonight’s show broadcast, I’d like to share a snippet of a snippet of a
Bob Weir “Ratdog” concert, wherein Bob played a short acoustic mini-set
from the left presidential booth area before Set 1 of Ratdog:

Bob Weir solo
The Capitol Theatre
Port Chester, NY

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 2/27/15

The climate is changing and the globe is dying and Florida is the canary in that climate change coal mine says Lew and Steve's first guest FSU professor and climate scientist Jeff Chanton (left), who will give us a preview of a talk he will be giving at New College next week.

Later in the show, Tim Karr from Free Press will be on to explain the ramifications of the very recent (happened Thursday) vote by the FCC on the rules that govern internet providers.

And as always, there will be plenty of surreal news to report.


A Salute To Willie Dixon - Blues Songwriter, Bassplayer, and Record Company Owner

Spoonful - Doug Wainoris | When I Get Drunk - Steve Arvey & Pete Cornelius | When The Lights Go Out - John Mooney | Bring Her Back - Odell "Bluesman" Maxwell | Do Me Right - Eddie Kirkland | Spoonful - Lady Katt & The Howlin Doggs | Mellow Down Easy - Tab Benoit | Going To A Zydeco Party - Harmonica Red | Tout Le Soir - Easy Dooz Zydeco | Bring It On Home - Kenny Neal | Putting On The Style - Al Fuller | I Ain't Superstitious - Eddie Shaw |


16 Reasons to Say Bye-Bye to February on The Breakfast Bar

Nearly one-third of people surveyed cite February as their least favorite month.  As we say good-bye to February 2015 on The WSLR Friday Morning Breakfast Bar, we shall examine no less than 16 reasons given for the shortest month getting such a bad rap.  Considered the "Monday" of the all the months, the Rodney Dangerfield of the calendar, February takes a beating for many reasons.  And, by the way, the border months of January and March didn't score well either.

When you open a full, loaded refrigerator and --

 -- nothing inside is appetizing. It’s an American rite of passage, right?

The reading equivalent of this phenomenon is at the heart of this week’s 

Have You Heard? Feb 27 and 29, 2015

"A Trained Monkey Can Do This ! " HotRodRock 4-6PM Tues.

Out to prove once again, one needs only the skills of a NASA test ape to do this.  Lots of instrumentals to start. I mean lots of instrumentals... Be plugging the stink out of the Rockabilly Ruckus Saturday . It's going to rock! Got some old country, some punk, and more rockabilly then you can shake a stick at to round it out. Pour some tang and join in for some low orbit fun. And for the first time In STEREO for you earholes enjoyment.


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