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recorded on October 4, 2018

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Friday October 19, 2018

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
New Music Feature at 7:30 and more

New Music Feature at 7:30 - Brendan and Music Director Jay Moberg will feature two brand new releases.

This Day in Music History at 7:50 - Peter Tosh was born on this day in 1944

"Local Spotlight" at 8am- Anjimile
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week, Daily Dylan and more

Artist of the Week 3pm Hour- all week Albert will dedicate The Artist of the Week segment to Bob Weir celebrating a birthday this week. Albert will feature music from The Grateful Dead as well as solo releases.

Daily Dylan at 5:30 - all week celebrating the release of The Bootleg Series Volume 9: The Witmark Demos which was released this week in 2010.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Candi Staton

Candi Staton grew up poor in Alabama and used her voice to change her life - touring with a gospel trio as a teen in the '50s, befriending Sam Cooke, and eventually singing on stage with Elvis as a solo artist. Along the way, Candi survived domestic abuse and turned her pain into songs. Her latest album is called Unstoppable. Candi Staton performs live on the next World Cafe.
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Sunday October 21, 2018

American Routes 12:00 pm
Rock n Roll Then & Now: Fats Domino & Albert Lee

We pay tribute to the late Fats Domino with our favorite of the New Orleans piano man's Imperial releases. And we hear the Fat Man's reflective side in a rare 2007 conversation with him about escaping Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters and how his faith saw him through.

Veteran blues harp player Billy "Boy" Arnold tells of South Side Chicago's early rhythm & blues scene, recording with Bo Diddley, and Fats Domino's role in pushing black music across the color line.

Then, we look back to post-war England with session guitarist Albert Lee who grew up hearing American music on the radio and eventually crossed the pond to play rock & roll stateside. Plus, we explore the roots of rock with blues harpist Little Walter, western swingers Bob Wills & the Texas Playboys and rockabilly picker Carl Perkins.
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