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"Yesterday's Dead Today", Monday, June 16th, 7-9pm

"There is NOTHING like a Grateful Dead Concert!"

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

Grateful Dead
Giants Stadium
East Rutherford, N.J.

June 16th,  1991
DSBD (DAT)-> Tascam DA-30mkII

The Sunday Folk Show with Ishmael Katz

Join me on Sunday, June 15 for a hodgepodge, mishmash, summer bash as we head toward the Solstice.  I"ve picked some current and longtime favorites as well as some hot /cold themes as temperature and humidity rises. 

The picture is me with Carolyn Dunn and the Anderson Brothers taken by Mark Kracker at WillFest this year.

 

Next on "Indigenous In Music" this Saturday 3 to 5, June 14th 2014 "The Delbert Anderson Trio"

Host Larry Knudsen welcomes back American Indian Jazz Musicians Delbert Anderson, Mike McCluhan and Nicholas Lucero, the Delbert Anderson Trio for an interview on Indigenous in Music this Saturday at 4:00 eastern time.  They have a new album out, visit the Delbert Anderson Trio and hear their American Indian Jazz music on the web at delbertandersontrio.com

TED'S HEAD June 12th

The Hip Abduction Stop By For Happy Hour

The Hip Abduction mixes reggae, rock, and African traditions to create their own unique sound.  The band's high energy performances have won them a loyal statewide following.  The Hip Abduction will perform Friday night at Aces Lounge in Bradenton.  Tune into the Friday Happy Hour at 4 pm and catch one of Tampa Bays hottest new acts.

Come Hungry . . . Leave Happy

The Friday Morning Breakfast Bar 7-9 am mixes it up a bit this time around by pushing beyond the limits of typical "Americana" Music.  This genre grows deeper and wider the more one tries try to define it.  The more somebody might try to pigeon hole what Americana means, the more it resists. Could this be the "melting pot" of today's music?  This Fridays playlist certainly colors "outside the lines" by providing a very large and widely varied buffet certain to satisfy even the hungriest of appetites. The Breakfast Bar, early Friday mornings on WSLR.

The Surreal News 9-10 am Friday 6/13/14

Watch out world!  The Bilderberg Group, comprised of the world's most powerful people, recently met in secret to plan our future. Author Daniel Estulin (left), who wrote The True Story of the Bilderberg Group, is joining Lew and Steve this week to tell us what to expect. Later in the show Hassan Shibly, director of the Council on Islamic-American Relations (CAIR) will talk about a letter he sent to state GOP legislators asking them to refrain from supporting bills promoting discrimination against Muslims.

A taste of the 40's in Chicago Blues - plus Local Favorites

JUNE 11TH HOUR ONE:
 

Lollypop Mama - Clarence Samuels | After The Rain - Damon Fowler | Bilbo Is Dead - Andrew Tibbs | New Orleans In The Back Of My Mind - Al Fuller | Fly Right Little Girl - Sunnyland Slim | Amsterdam Rag - Ben Prestage | Little Annie Mae - Muddy Waters |  I Can't Be Satisfied - Muddy Waters | Six Days On The Road - Kid Red | My Sweet Lovin' Woman - Robert Nighthawk | Leave My Little Girl Alone - Ron Kraemer | Florida Hurricane - St. Louis Jimmy | Reason To Try - Wendy Rich |
 

HOUR TWO:

Truly Sustainable Sarasota: Kids Tackle Food Waste/Emergency Preparedness

Tomorrow (Thursday) from 9-10am, we'll hear from two of the winners of the World Environment Day 2014 International Children's Painting Competition, and speak with Sarasota County's Emergency Management Chief, Ed McCrane, about what you can do to get ready for the 2014-2015 hurricane season.

The Music Factory is looking for a co-host.

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