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recorded on November 14, 2019

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Friday December 6, 2019

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Angel Olsen

To make her new album, All Mirrors, Angel Olsen initially recorded stripped-down versions of her songs in the vein of Bruce Springsteen’s iconic record, Nebraska. But over time, Olsen’s recordings grew as she collaborated with other musicians and added lush string arrangements to her songs. Angel Olsen performs on the next World Cafe.
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Saturday December 7, 2019

Breakfast with the Beatles 6:00 am
a John Lennon Tribute

We’ll remember John Lennon on the anniversary of his death, this weekend in 1980. We’ll hear lots of John Lennon both as a Beatle and a solo artist.

We’ll listen to audio and new reports from that evening. Dave Sholin who was on assignment for the RKO Radio was the last person to interview John Lennon in his home at the Dakota in New York City just hours before his murder. Mr Sholin will join us to recall that evening.
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Tom Waits and more

This week Host Albert O will feature Birthday tributes to Tom Waits, the late Gregg Allman and many more.
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
a Folk Tales Songwriter Hootenanny

Part One of A Folk Tales Songwriter Hootenanny, with Mark Erelli, Catie Curtis, and Emerald Rae.

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Chuck McDermott

Local singer-songwriter Chuck McDermott sits down with Host Perry Persoff to discuss his favorites and influences.

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
Live music from Michaela Anne and more

This week live music featuring Michaela Anne, Chely Wright, Andrew Combs and much more.
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Etown 4:00 pm
Live music from Patty Griffin and John Smith

Veteran singer/songwriter Patty Griffin returns to the eTown stage after a long absence, and talented Brit John Smith brings his brilliant songwriting and gifted singing and playing to share during his first visit to eTown. Plus, we’ll hear a truly awesome eChievement Award story about the founder of an organization that provides glasses (and a new lease on life) for thousands of people around the world who’ve been misdiagnosed as blind.
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Dixie Bee Line 9:00 pm
Bob Wills and more!

This week Host Jon Gersh will feature Bob Wills, Porter Wagoner, Uncle Dave Macon, Buck Owens, Hank Snow and many more
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Sunday December 8, 2019

The Right Mind Media Podcast 7:00 am
Personal Recovery Story #8

Personal stories of addiction and recovery touch us the most and have the greatest potential to heal and educate. George M. joins us to share his recovery journey in the eighth installment of our series "Recovery Stories."
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Commonwealth Journal 7:30 am
Is Boston A Resilient City?

In 2015, Mayor Walsh joined the 100 Resilient Cities Program, and appointed Atyia Martin as the city’s first ever Chief Resilience Officer. Anna Fisher-Pinkert talks with Martin about her mission to make Boston a more resilient city by making it more socially, economically, and racially inclusive.
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Sunday Morning Brew 8:00 am
Tom Waits and more

This week Birthday celebrations for Tom Waits, Gregg Allman. Hometown Heroes: Ontario

American Routes 12:00 pm
Breaking Out: British Blues to New Orleans Bounce

From Great Britain to the Big Easy, we explore the sounds of musical and social breakouts. First, we hear how British blues pioneer John Mayall broke out of England with his band the Bluesbreakers, bringing British blues to a larger audience. We’ll hear some of Mayall’s sources and contemporaries, like Big Maceo and Eric Clapton.

Then, it’s butt shakes and backbeats with Big Freedia, the Queen Diva of New Orleans Bounce, a rhythmic dance music with sources in hip hop and rap, as well as much earlier jazz and R&B. We’ll explore some of those sources, and strut with Kermit Ruffins and Sam Morgan, head “Down Yonder” with Smiley Lewis, and “Take it to the Street” with Rebirth Brass Band
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Odyssey 2:00 pm
the music of South Africa

South Africa will be the focus this week, with new music from Johannesburg and Namibia
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Monday December 9, 2019

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Maggie Rose

Maggie Rose’s powerful and confident voice has a range that extends far beyond the country music territory she traversed earlier in her career. She was named one of Rolling Stone’s must-see acts from this year’s Americana Fest. Hear what the buzz is about in this live set of rock and soul influenced tunes on the next World Cafe.
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Tuesday December 10, 2019

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Encore: Jessy Wilson

inger Jessy Wilson found her creative match in The Black Keys drummer Patrick Carney – He produced her solo debut called Phase, and she says it reflects more of who she is than her previous Americana work. Jessy reflects on how her music has changed and discusses why, as an African-American woman, critics are sometimes quick to mislabel her sound.
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Wednesday December 11, 2019

World Cafe 10:00 pm
The Wood Brothers

Rootsy trio The Wood Brothers features brothers Chris and Oliver Wood on bass and guitar, and multi-instrumentalist Jano Rix. The brothers had separate musical careers for fifteen years before finally joining forces. Seven studio albums later, The Wood Brothers just finished recording a new album in Nashville, called Kingdom In My Mind. Hear a preview of one of the unreleased new songs in a live set from Americana Fest on the next World Cafe.
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Thursday December 12, 2019

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Chrissie Hynde

Chrissie Hynde embodies the essence of rock and roll as the lead singer of The Pretenders over the last four decades. On her new solo album, her sound may surprise you – It's a jazz and dub influenced covers record, called Valve Bone Woe. On the next World Cafe, Chrissie talks about the new disc, why she loves spending time alone painting, and her optimism about this moment in history
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