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Monday March 23, 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 Jerry Jimmy Miller was born in 1942, Bob Marley's Kaya LP was released in 1978, and the Concert For Bangladesh film premiered in 1972.

Then and Now at 8am: Brendan will do a career spanning set featuring Della Mae.
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

All week Albert will feature a new Artist of the Day in the 3pm. Then all week around 5:30 it's Daily Dylan. All week Albert is celebrating the release of Bringing it All Back Home which was released this week in history.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
1999 Needledrop

Moby made a seminal record based on the samples of musical archivist Alan Lomax. Dido wrote a song most people wouldn’t know about until Eminem sampled it 3 years later. The Red Hot Chili Peppers brought us Californication. We look back at the turn of the millennium for the music of 1999. 20 years on we’ll revisit classics from Wilco, Pavement, Macy Grey, Beck, Santana and more.
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Tuesday March 24, 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 Carol Kaye was born in 1935, Nick Lowe was born in 1949, and Lee Oskar was born in 1948.

Second Take at 8am: Brendan will play two versions of a Nick Lowe song.
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

All week Albert will feature a new Artist of the Day in the 3pm. Then all week around 5:30 it's Daily Dylan. All week Albert is celebrating the release of Bringing it All Back Home which was released this week in history.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Social Distancing Needledrop

Feeling cooped up practicing self-isolation? Maybe it’s time to start a band! Don’t worry – you can use almost anything to make music. Maggie Rogers wrote the rhythm for her song “Alaska” by simply tapping her thighs. Sibling band Bailen started playing music when they were little by banging on pots and pans! KT Tunstall uses loop pedals and stomps on a tambourine to create the sound of a whole band all on her own! Lots of music to inspire you to get creative while keeping your social distance on the next World Café.
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Wednesday March 25, 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 Aretha Franklin was born in 1942. Brendan will do a 3-song set celebrating the life and music of Aretha Franklin. .

Family Connection: Brendan will feature Aretha and her father Rev. C.L. Franklin.
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

All week Albert will feature a new Artist of the Day in the 3pm. Then all week around 5:30 it's Daily Dylan. All week Albert is celebrating the release of Bringing it All Back Home which was released this week in history.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Needledrop

There’s never a bad time to hear a great Sharon Jones vocal performance, we’ll feature her cover of Stevie Wonder’s Signed, Sealed, Delivered. Plus, Wilco’s Imposible Germany features of the great guitar solos of the last 30 year, so let’s play that, and we’ll dive into songs from Hozier, Gillian Welch, and Tracy Chapman on the next World Café
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Thursday March 26, 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 Steven Tyler was born in 1948, Diana Ross was born in 1944, and Rufus Thomas was born in 1917.

Live on WUMB: Dave Godowsky from March 2020.
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

All week Albert will feature a new Artist of the Day in the 3pm. Then all week around 5:30 it's Daily Dylan. All week Albert is celebrating the release of Bringing it All Back Home which was released this week in history.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Sense of Place: Illiterate Light and WNRN’s Desiré Moses

Want to spend some time exploring a new place from home? World Cafe travelled to Virginia a couple of months ago and now you can join us there! To kick it off, an encore session with the band Illiterate Light. They talk about the completely bike powered tour they undertook and play live. Plus, a set of Charlottesville and Richmond music from Desiré Moses, one of the hosts at the local World Cafe affiliate, WNRN.
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Friday March 27, 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 7:55 Robert Junior Lockwood was born in 1915, Sarah Vaughan was born in 1924, and Junior Parker was born in 1932.

Local Spotlight at 8am: Brendan will feature the music of Lloyd Thayer.
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Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Day, Daily Dylan and more

All week Albert will feature a new Artist of the Day in the 3pm. Then all week around 5:30 it's Daily Dylan. All week Albert is celebrating the release of Bringing it All Back Home which was released this week in history.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Sense of Place: Gold Connections

On the next World Cafe, we continue our Sense of Place trip to Virginia with a session from Gold Connections, a band born at William & Mary university. Gold Connections debut EP was produced by Will Toledo of Car Seat Headrest. Gold Connections performs in front of a live audience at In Your Ear Studios in Richmond on the next World Cafe.
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Saturday March 28, 2020

Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
all 1970 Part 2

This week Host Albert O features a 4 Hour special: All 1970 Part 2 featuring all songs from 1970 including music from Cat Stevens, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Pentangle and more
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
a Dylan/Hank Williams conection and more

This week it's a special Best of Edition. Topics include Holly Near, The Afro Pop Movement, and a unique Dylan/Hank Williams connection.

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Bob Halloran

Bob Halloran longtime Sports reporter in Boston is a huge WUMB fan. He'll pick the songs for an hour that have made a big impact on his life along with favorites he's currently listening to.

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
live music from Peter Mulvey and more

This week live music from:

Guest Host Kathy Mattea Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out Peter Mulvey Dom Flemons Christopher Paul Stelling The Small Glories
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Etown 4:00 pm
live music from William Fitzsimmons and more

William Fitzsimmons returns to the show with his gentle, insightful sound (some compare him to Gregory Alan Isakov, Bon Iver, and Sufjan Stevens). Also with us: young Raye Zaragoza, who is already an established singer, songwriter, and performer as well as a Native American activist. Plus we’ve got a heartwarming eChievement Award story about a California man who is reducing waste while helping young patients heal, all by recycling crayons.
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Spinning the Blues 6:00 pm
Lowell Fulson and more

This week Birthday Tributes to Sue Foley, Lowell Fulson and more. This week New Blues Laura Green.
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Sunday March 29, 2020

The Right Mind Media Podcast 7:00 am
Personal Recovery Story #5

Recovery Stories #5: Personal stories of addiction and recovery touch us the most and have the greatest potential to heal and educate. Musician Peter C. Johnson joins us to share his recovery journey in the fifth installment of our series "Recovery Stories."
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Commonwealth Journal 7:30 am
Cozy Up with a Good Book and a Danish Prince

Need a mental vacation this winter? You could travel through time with high schooler Emma Allen to save Shakespeare's original production of Hamlet. Host Anna Fisher Pinkert talks with Molly Booth, author of Saving Hamlet.
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Sunday Morning Brew 8:00 am
Tracy Chapman and more

This week Perry Persoff fills in for Host Rob Hochschild. He'll feature tributes to Jackson C. Frank, Tracy Chapman and more.

American Routes 12:00 pm
Empress of the Blues: Bessie Smith

Bessie Smith was called the Empress of the Blues, but she was also the highest paid African American entertainer of her generation. We’ll explore the life and times of Bessie Smith from her early days performing on Chattanooga street corners and her travels on the TOBA circuit to her decade as a top selling recording artist. Then, a conversation with Annika Chambers, a 21st Century blues woman and classic Bessie Smith songs by Dinah Washington, Nina Simone and Alberta Hunter.
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Odyssey 2:00 pm
songs for Spring

This week Host Dana Westover will finish up the month of March with some new music to honor the spirit of Spring.
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Celtic Twilight 4:00 pm
Josephine March

This week Host Gail Gilmore will feature new music from Clare accordion and concertina player Josephine March from her new solo album.
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