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Wednesday December 2, 2020

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Wynton Kelly was born in 1931, Sam Cooke's "You Send Me" hit #1 in the US in 1957, The Temptations "Papa Was a Rolling Stone" hit #1 in the US in 1972.

Family Connection: Brendan will feature Jeff Tweedy and sons.
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
the 10 o'clock Coffee Break and more

Each morning a little passed 10am Randi features the 10 am Coffee Break where she pays tribute to an event in music history.

11:20 is the Producer Spotlight. All week Randi is featuring artists known for doing their own production work.

At 12pm it's Live at Noon featuring a couple of archived performances. 12pm will also feature the Artist of the Day feature.

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

Each afternoon in the 3pm hour Albert features The Artist of the Day.

Close to 5:30 it's Daily Dylan. All this week Albert continues to recreate Dylan's catalog with covers. This week we'll re-create Another Side of Bob Dylan.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Encore: The Watkins Family Hour

Brother and sister Sean and Sarah Watkins grew up playing music together in the band Nickel Creek. These days, they perform as the duo Watkins Family Hour. Sean and Sarah are host Stephen Kallao’s guests on the next World Cafe. They’ll talk about writing the songs for their new album, called Brother Sister, and perform tunes filled with beautiful harmonies.
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Thursday December 3, 2020

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 The Beatles' Rubber Soul LP was released in 1965. We'll play a 3-song set highlighting its legacy.

Live at WUMB: Brooke Annibale.
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
the 10 o'clock Coffee Break and more

Each morning a little passed 10am Randi features the 10 am Coffee Break where she pays tribute to an event in music history.

11:20 is the Producer Spotlight. All week Randi is featuring artists known for doing their own production work.

At 12pm it's Live at Noon featuring a couple of archived performances. 12pm will also feature the Artist of the Day feature.

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

Each afternoon in the 3pm hour Albert features The Artist of the Day.

Close to 5:30 it's Daily Dylan. All this week Albert continues to recreate Dylan's catalog with covers. This week we'll re-create Another Side of Bob Dylan.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Shamir

Shamir was 19 when he released the catchy electro-pop single “On the Regular.” Feeling boxed in by the expectations that followed, it took him the last 6 years and several albums to get to a release that is finally, totally him. On the next World Cafe, he talks about what kept him going in darker moments and the happier process of creating his latest songs, and he plays a stripped-down set of the new music.
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Friday December 4, 2020

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

New Music Feature at 7:30 Brendan will play two new songs not yet heard on WUMB.

This Day in Music History at 7:50 The Million Dollar Quartet session occurred at Sun Studio in 1956, Chris Hillman was born in 1944, and Cassandra Wilson was born in 1955.

Local Spotlight at 8am: Brendan will feature new music from Danielle Miraglia.
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
the 10 o'clock Coffee Break and more

Each morning a little passed 10am Randi features the 10 am Coffee Break where she pays tribute to an event in music history.

11:20 is the Producer Spotlight. All week Randi is featuring artists known for doing their own production work.

At 12pm it's Live at Noon featuring a couple of archived performances. 12pm will also feature the Artist of the Day feature.

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

Each afternoon in the 3pm hour Albert features The Artist of the Day.

Close to 5:30 it's Daily Dylan. All this week Albert continues to recreate Dylan's catalog with covers. This week we'll re-create Another Side of Bob Dylan.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Low Cut Connie

Early on in the pandemic, Adam Weiner of Low Cut Connie started a weekly livestream called Tough Cookies. Adam performs songs from the latest Low Cut Connie record Private Lives, talks about what inspired the album, and what inspires him to keep on performing week after week in a special Tough Cookies/World Cafe crossover episode.
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Saturday December 5, 2020

Breakfast with the Beatles 6:00 am
vintage PSA’s from 1981 featuring Ringo Starr and more

We will hear vintage PSA’s recorded by Ringo Starr, Harry Nilsson and others for the National Coalition to Ban Handguns, recorded in 1981 in response to John Lennon’s murder.
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Dan Hicks and more

This Saturday Albert O pays tribute to the late Dan HIcks as well as Chris Hillman plus much more.
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
a special Mid Winter Folk Tale

Join Host Scott Alarik for our popular Mid Winter Folk Tale. He'll curate songs that go beyond simple "Holiday Songs" bringing the origins of tradition to the forefront.

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Jonathan Wilson

We’ll kick off the month of December on Guest Mix with songwriter/producer/multi-instrumentalist Jonathan Wilson, a musician who has a wide range of interests and credits; he’s worked with folks like Bob Weir, David Crosby, Jenny Lewis, and Elvis Costello. Originally from North Carolina, Wilson lives and operates his own studio in Los Angeles. With his latest album, Dixie Blur—which features Mark O’Connor—Wilson came up with a Guest Mix set that leaned heavily on, in his words, the “mountain-bluegrassy-country side of things.” There will be some familiar names in the bunch, like Emmylou and Gram, but you may also learn about a band you never heard before, like Area Code 615.

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
live music from Joe Henry and more

From 2017: The Mountain Goats, Joe Henry, Nellie McKay and John K. Samson
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Etown 4:00 pm
live music from Nathaniel Rateliff and more

Longtime eTown friend and talented artist Nathaniel Rateliff joins us for a stunning private performance at eTown Hall, featuring several beautifully written songs from his most recent musical project. Plus, he and Nick have an up close and personal conversation. We’ll also feature musical samples from various iconic New Orleans artists from a Soul Jazz Records compilation that Nathaniel highly recommends.
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Spinning the Blues 6:00 pm
Big Mama Thornton and more

Blues Birthdays for Big Mama Thornton, Sonny Boy Williamson, Little Richard and more
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Dixie Bee Line 9:00 pm
Hank Williams and more

Honky Tonk, Mississippi fiddle, Bradley Kincaid, and a Hank Williams Health & Happiness show
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