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Danny C. with Wally Roker & Vern Seivers of the Heartbeats

 

Join Danny C. tonight from 5PM to 7PM, as he presents the best in "Street Corner A capella". Doo-Wop the way it originated, on the street corners.

Tonight's show will feature groups from the 50's & 60's such as The Camelots, Nino & Ebb Tides, the Heartbeats, the Classics and more.

You will also hear the groups that have kept the music alive from the 80's to the present, such as Street Corner Memories, BQE, Now & Then, Frankie & Fashions and more.

Sunday Folk Show, October 12th, from 11:00am - 1:00pm

Mark Binder will be covering the Sunday Folk Show while James Hawkins and Ishmael are at the Lake County Folk Festival up in Eustis, FL.

This show can be called another episode of “Stuff You May Have
Missed” or “The Other Side Of The Wall”, since all but one was
recorded live next door at Fogartyville.

Indoor Seating Sold Out for John McEuen

Indoor seating is sold out for the John McEuen Trio, but the weather looks good - no rain in the forecast - so patio seating will be available at the door.  Dress comfortably for outdoor weather.  Outdoor seating has clear view of stage and sounds great.  A lot of people prefer it - so don't be discouraged.  Come out and join us for a great show!

Next on "Indigenous In Music with Larry Knudsen" this Saturday 3 to 5, October 11th 2014 Dave "Thundering Eagle" Fallis

Host Larry Knudsen welcomes Dave "Thundering Eagle" Fallis to Indigenous in Music this Saturday at 4:00 eastern time.  Join us for a live interview.  Find out more about Dave and his album “Mantle Rock" on the web at onlythebraveentertainment.com

Having performed in local bands as a teen, David was drawn to performing while in the service. His early years in the music were like many others of that era. He performed folk, rock, country, and anything else people would listen to.

Shevonne Stops By For Friday Happy Hour

Shevonne is one of Central Florida's newest stars.  She's performed on NBC's "America's Got Talent", sang for 3 Presidents, and has been on the national tour of "OZ The Musical".  She performs regularly at clubs and events throughout Tampa Bay.  Tune into the Friday Happy Hour at 4 pm and catch this young star on the rise.

Anti War Songs on Spirit of Punk

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 10/10/14

Carol Whitmore, incumbent Manatee County Commissioner-at-Large, who is running for re-election is joining Lew and Steve this week to talk about her campaign and some contentious issues facing residents of the county.

Later in the show, author Judyth Vary Baker will discuss her new book, David Ferrie: Mafia Pilot, Participant in anti-Castro Bioweapon Plot, Friend of Lee Harvey Oswald, and Key to the JFK Assassination. 

Remember the Venice Blues Festival November 15th 11a.m. to 7 p.m.

OCTOBER 8 HOUR ONE:

LIterary Landmarks?

What do Neil Gaiman, Stephen King and Sarasota all have in common? Probably many things, but you can hear about one of them on this week’s Have You Heard? You’re offered a challenge about literary geographic landmarks, too.

 

BTW, one of those that stick with me (omitted from the broadcast) is Hemingway’s house and adjacent boat in Havana (now a museum) where you can see Papa’s notes scribbled onto the wall. 

 

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