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Saturday March 16, 2019

Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Irish Artists

In celebration of St. Patrick's Day tomorrow, Albert will pay special attention to Irish artists and the profound influence many of them have had on folk music in the U.S. and around the world
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
Spring Fundraiser: Folk Tales That Surprised Scott Alarik

For our Spring Fundraiser Special, Scott picks the Folk Tales that surprised him the most

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Bobby Long

This week, our special guest DJ will be Bobby Long! Tune in to hear him live in studio, spinning the tracks and taking you through his specially curated hour of music.

Dixie Bee Line 9:00 pm
The Best of the Dixie Bee Line, Part 1

The Best of the Dixie Bee Line, with Hank Williams and Lefty Frizzell, Patsy Cline and Merle Haggard, Leroy Van Dyke and Johnny Horton, even Burl Ives. Western Swing, too!
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Sunday March 17, 2019

Etown 6:00 am
William Fitzsimmons / Raye Zaragoza / Bryan Ware

William Fitzismmons returns to the show with his a gentle, insightful sound (some compare him to Gregory Alan Isakov, Bon Iver and Sufjan Stevens). Also with us is a young newcomer, Raye Zaragoza, an award-winning singer, songwriter, and performer whose multinational heritage (Native American (O'odham), Mexican, Taiwanese and Japanese) deeply informs her music.
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The Right Mind Media Podcast 7:00 am
"Boston Bulldogs Running Club"

Mike Ferullo began running to help his personal recovery. Before he knew it, he was running the New York City Marathon and getting his Social Work degree. In 2008 he brought running to a treatment program to inspire others the same way and the non-profit, Boston Bulldogs was born. The only requirement is that you "just show up."
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Commonwealth Journal 7:30 am
Menstruation Myth Busting with guest Chris Bobel

Half the world experiences it - but no one wants to talk about it. Menstruation researcher Chris Bobel talks about the stigma around periods - and new technologies that are changing how we view our own bodies.
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Sunday Morning Brew 8:00 am
St. Patrick's Day Special

Rob celebrates St. Paddy's Day with music from Irish artists. Birthday shout-outs to Ry Cooder and John Sebastian.

American Routes 12:00 pm
Shades of the Blues

We explore the sonic hues of the blues in jazz, R & B, country, Cajun and pop. We'll hear blues inflections in the music of Gene Vincent and George Jones, Nina Simone and Joni Mitchell. Then we crash a blues house party at the National Folk Festival for music and conversation with British rocker Albert Lee, Piedmont harmonica master Phil Wiggins, St. Louis guitarist Marquise Knox, and Cajun accordionist Steve Riley. We're looking toward blue skies and blue horizons on American Routes!
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Odyssey 2:00 pm
Visiting the Andes

Inland and into the mountains of Peru, Chile and Bolivia, where the high altitudes have influenced a completely unique sound, the huayno.
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Celtic Twilight 4:00 pm
St. Patrick's Day!

A journey of music. We will go from classic old recordings from the 1920's up to current music. From decade to decade we highlight the best of the best artists and tell you about their back story.
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Monday March 18, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History at 7:30, Then and Now at 8am, and more

This Day in Music History: Wilson Pickett was born today in 1941; Charley Pride was born today in 1934; and Neil Young had his first #1 hit single, "Heart of Gold" in 1972

Then and Now: Todd Snider
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Paul Noonan of Bell X1

In World Cafe's last dispatch from Dublin, Paul Noonan -- lead singer of the beloved Irish band Bell X1 -- takes us on a walk around the city to see spots that have been important to the band over their 20-year career. We visit the site where Bell X1 played their first shows, and Paul's old street where a homeless man named Rocky would sleep on a wooden pallet outside Paul's window. He inspired the song "Rocky Took a Lover," and Paul tells the story.
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Tuesday March 19, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History at 7:30, Second Take at 8am, and more

This Day in Music History: Bob Dylan LP released in 1962; Ruth Pointer was born this day in 1946; and Tom and Jerry (who later changed their name to Simon and Garfunkel) released "Our Song" as a single in 1958

Second Take: Two versions of "House of the Rising Sun"
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Robert Ellis

Dressed in an all-white tuxedo, Robert Ellis has become "The Texas Piano man" Why? He 'wanted to bring people joy with his music instead of bumming everybody out.' He'll talk about becoming a father, why he created the character, and embracing his southern Liberace. Robert Ellis serenades the crowd on the next World Cafe.
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Wednesday March 20, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History at 7:30, Family Connection at 8am, and more

This Day in Music History: John Lennon and Yoko Ono got married this day back in 1969; Janis Joplin had a posthumous #1 hit single with "Me and Bobby McGhee" in 1971; and Jimmie Vaughan celebrates a birthday today, he was born in 1951

Family Connection: Jimmie and Stevie Ray Vaughan
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Encore: Bonjay

Ian Swain is a DJ slash urban economist. Alanna Stuart is a singer whose mom welcomed foster children from around the world when she was growing up. Together they are Bonjay, and the love they have of different cities and different people led to an eclectic R&B debut album unlike anything we've heard at World Cafe.
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Thursday March 21, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History at 7:30, Live on WUMB at 8am, and more

This Day in Music History: Solomon Burke was born today in 1940; Bruce Springsteen's "Streets of Philadelphia" wins the Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1994; and Son House was born in 1902 on this day

Live on WUMB: Molly Tuttle
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Andrew Bird

Tomorrow Andrew Bird releases a new record, My Finest Work Yet, and today he stops by the World Cafe to talk about it -- he reflects on the cheeky album title and discusses both his love of whistling and of the violin, including how he has passed the former habit down to his 7 year old son.
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