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Underwater Falls

The second portion of this week’s proGram was down under the land where the water flows in falls:

Interlude 1- Todd Clouser, John Medeski, JT Bates (live at Icehouse)
White Jesus- Todd Clouser, John Medeski, JT Bates (live at Icehouse)

Moby Dick- Chad Smith’s Bombastic Meatbats
Funky Munky Biznes- Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen
I Got Eyes- The James Hunter Six
Church- Anatoly Ice
Real Woman- Anatoly Ice

Big Day- Orgone
Hound Dogs- Orgone

Jive Turkey- Here Come The Mummies
Take Off The Crown- Crowd Company
Away With You- Crowd Company
I Get By (I Got The)- Daytoner

Tökkö- Mopo
Riisto- Mopo
Pink Flamingos (Yours Truly)- Pink Flamingo Rhythm Revue

Fake ID (Instrumental)- Riton & Kah-Lo
Cafecito- Ursula 1000
Neon Palms- Ursula 1000
Up The Down Escalator- Ursula 1000

Ya Nass- Restless Leg Syndrome

And The Fluffy Parts

The first portion of this week’s proGram dared you to blow it:

Comrades In Pop TC&I
Extraordinary Love- Erika Wennerstrom
Twisted Sky- Dana Buoy

You Worry Me- Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats
War JJ Grey & Mofro (live)
You Need to Be With Me- Susan Tedeschi (live MMM Studios)
Didn’t Leave Me no Ladder- Paul Cebar (live MMM Studios)
Brewster Avenue Bump- Monsetr Mike Welch & Mike Ledbetter W/Laura Chavez
Chocolate Jesus- Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa (live in Amsterdam)
Amsterdam Amsterdam- Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa (live in Amsterdam)
Funky Tom’s Place- Big Twist & The Mellow Fellows (live in Chicago)
300 Pounds of Heavenly Joy- Big Twist & The Mellow Fellows (live in Chicago)
Pretty Good For a Girl- Mindi Abair & The Boneshakers Ft. Joe Bonamassa
Slowly Causing (Everything You’ve Wanted to Come Undone)- Grace Basement
Maybellene- Grace Basement
Sparkling Wine- The Wood Brothers

Peace, Love & Happiness- G. Love & Special Sauce
***Pre-recorded conversation with G. Love***
Christmas Morning- G. Love
Fishnet Stockings- Stay Cats
I Fought The Law- Stray Cats
Battle of Evermore- Lovemongers (live Bridge School Concerts)
The Barbarian- Emerson Lake & Palmer
Quitting Time- Dope Sagittarius

Brother Larry and MisterG

What can I say about my friend Brother Larry McDonald? He is one of the roots of Jamaican percussion that was instrumental in creating the innovative sounds that have been flowing from the island for so many years. As an originator and sound innovator, he has played with and been involved in some of the most well recognized music of all time. Whether it is friend of the proGram, Toots Hibberts and the Maytals or the legend himself, Mr. Bob Marley, you can find the creations of Brother Larry keeping the rhythms pulsing and the feelings positive. For over 50 year now, Brother Larry’s credits are too numerous to list, but for me his involvement with other originals like Gil Scott Heron and Taj Mahal stand out to me as momentous works. In 2009, Larry put out his first solo effort, Drumquestra, (which was the # 1 album for this radio host for that year) which featured many former collaborators, including Sly Dunbar, Uziah Thompson of Bob Marley and the Wailers and the former Count Ossie drummers known as the “Mystic Revelation Of Rastafari in an orchestra of drummers. Drumquestra also featured former frontmen from bands Larry performed and recorded with, including Toots, Bob Andy, Mutabaruka, Stranger Cole and Dollarman. The album was recorded at a live session at Harry J Studios in Kingston Jamaica by Steel Pulse producer Sidney Mills for Malik Al Nasir’s MCPR label.

I had the pleasure of catching up with my friend Larry as he prepares to set back out to perform with Lee SCRATCH Perry and Subatomic Sound System on the Super Ape returns to Conquer tour. We talked about how working on this album and tour was as a man who has nothing more musically to prove to anyone. He was on many of the original tunes off off Scratch’s “Super Ape” release, so he was able to truthfully talk about similarities and differences in this new album. This work was a redo not a remix! We talked about how Brother Larry feels like he is just finally understanding all he has learned form the years of experience and how he uses his PhD is drum-ology to read a live crowd in order to help keep the groove fresh. We also shared a moment of toGetherness in remembrance of a mutual friend, Richard Segan, who was an influential man in the scene of the world’s music who Larry and I got to know from the heart outward. This is an insightful, fun lovin’ and real cool conversation with a true legend. There might even be talk of a possible itch to create a new album.

The Essence of G Love

For many years, G Love and Special Sauce have been bringing their unique blend of blues infused with hip Hop splattered with Rock-n-Roll and leveled off with some deep grooves into open minds and thirsty ear-holes, as a matter of fact it’s now been 25 years. Their self-titled debut, featuring the hit “Cold Beverage,” wound up going gold and since then the band became known for their well crafted live shows and have made it all happen around the world. Over many of those years, G and I have gotten toGether to promote his shows, talk about new music and heroes of ours. You can flip on back through this website to find a couple of those chats of yesteryear. This year, G is back with Special Sauce to open up their 25th Anniversary tour at the Majestic Theater.

We take some time to talk about the upcoming event in Madison and the special occasion of this particular tour, and G gives a newbie a nice perspective of what kinds of sound melding can be expected if it’s your first time getting some Special Sauce over yourself. We talk about how even when time flies on by, the essence of who you are as a person does not necessarily change and the music one creates, while there becomes more of a catalog, the feeling of it is still fresh. Speaking of fresh, we discuss what prompted the first G Love Christmas album and his yearly gig(s) in Hawaii….and you heard it at the end, he invites me to roadie for that leg of the tour. get inside the essence of G Love by checking out the catch up session above.

Maui Wowie

The final portion of this week’s proGram took off to the islands but left us with just a new tee-shirt…(if we’re lucky):

You’re Becoming- Thollem
Demons and Struggle- Ravi Shankar
Crows at Sunset (intro)- Samer Gupta
Crows at Sunset- Sameer Gupta
If I Can’t- Katayoun Goudarzi, Shujaat Khan, Kevin Hays, & Tim Ries
Unafraid- Katayoun Goudarzi, Shujaat Khan, Kevin Hays, & Tim Ries
Disarray- Katayoun Goudarzi, Shujaat Khan, Kevin Hays, & Tim Ries

Caritas Abundant- Tina Turner, Ani Choying, Sawani Shende Sathaye, Mor Karbasi, Dima Orsho & Regula Curti
Awakening Beyond Part 2- Tina Turner, Ani Choying, Sawani Shende Sathaye, Mor Karbasi, Dima Orsho & Regula Curti
Awakening Beyond Part 3- Tina Turner, Ani Choying, Sawani Shende Sathaye, Mor Karbasi, Dima Orsho & Regula Curti

Viajar Contigo- Boogat Ft. Lemon Bucket Orkestra
Cumbia de las Naves- Boogat Ft. Miss Bolivia
No la peles, papá- Betsayda Machado & Parranda
Me Meo- Betsayda Machado & Parranda
Sentimiento- Betsayda Machado & Parranda

Malibu- Noaccordian
Baba Elegguá- Brenda Navarrete

Photo by Janest Schiff

A Bit Wired

The second portion of the proGram was a little bit haywired:

Hammer and Tickle- The Claudettes
Infernal Piano Plot…HATCHED!- The Claudettes
Passing The Ace- Chad Smith’s Bombastic Meatbats
Hate Us- Dope Sagittarius
On Fire- JJ Grey & Mofro (live)
Woody Shaw- Headhunters
Polk Salad Annie- Big Twist & The Mellow Fellows (live in Chicago)
Broken Woman- Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics
Bump- Here Come the Mummies
Year of The Rooster PT. 1- Scone Cash Players
The Watford Stomp- The FameBeats
Don’t Tell No Lies- The FameBeats

Baby I Owe You- Funk Mob 420 (live in Spain)
Let Me Be- Crowd Company
Hacia un Manana Mejor- Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada
La Reja- Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada
The Grand Elixir- Ocote Soul Sounds & Adrian Quesada
Mystic- Kermit Ruffins & Irvin Mayfield
Mr. Big Stuff- Kermit Ruffins & Rebirth Brass Band
Don’t You Wish- Rebirth Brass Band
**Pre-recorded Conversation with Mr. Keith Frazier of Rebirth Brass Band**
Let’s Get It On- Rebirth Brass Band

Cooking a Ring Around You

The first portion of the proGram caramelized up the ring around you:

Roll and Tumble- Jeff Blaney
No One Knows My Plan- Charles Butler

Roll Me Up- Willie Nelson, Kris Kristofferson & Snoop Dogg
Whiskey In The Jar- The Kissers (live)
People Have the Power- Patti Smith (live)
Boogie Chillin’ John Lee Hooker
Big Legs Tight Skirt- John Lee Hooker
Don’t Look Back- John Lee Hooker Ft. Van Morrison

Wild Heart- Samantha Fish
Turn it Up- Samantha Fish
Little by Little- Gregg Allman
I Believe I’ll Go Back Home- Gregg Allman
Stop & Listen- Erin Harpe & The Delta Swingers
An Organ, A Guitar and a Chicken Wing- Ray Manzarek & Roy Rogers
Jump Start- Bruce Katz Band (live)
Doin’ Bad Feelin’ Good- Jon Cleary & The Absolute Monster Gentlemen
Where Did My Monkey Go- Phantom Blues Band
Boogah Man- Phantom Blues Band
Give a Little Bit- Tommy Talton
I Can’t Believe It- Tommy Talton
Well Well- Beth Hart & Joe Bonamassa (live in Amsterdam)
Semi Truck- Commander Cody
Loser’s Avenue- Commander Cody

Madison Gets a Rebirth

Rebirth Brass Band is known for combining traditional New Orleans brass band music, including the New Orleans tradition of second line, with funk, jazz, soul and hip hop. Rebirth’s longstanding regular Tuesday night gig at the Maple Leaf Bar on Oak Street in the Carrollton neighborhood of Uptown New Orleans is one of the pillars of the New Orleans music scene, and has served as a reliable introduction to the city’s nightlife for many new arrivals to the city. During his speech commemorating the 10th year since Hurricane Katrina, President Barack Obama jokingly mentioned that maybe he’ll “finally hear Rebirth at Maple Leaf on Tuesday night” after he is out of office. The band regularly tours North America and Europe. In 2011, Basin Street Records released the album Rebirth of New Orleans, which reached No. 1 on the CMJ Jazz charts and earned the group a 2012 Grammy Award for Best Regional Roots Music Album. Rebirth also has received an award for “Best Brass Band” from OffBeat Magazine.

I had the honor of speaking with Co-Founder and bass drummer, Mr. Keith Frazier ahead of the January 7th show in Madison at The Stage Door. Mr. Frazier and I painted a little picture of what to look out for at the upcoming gig as well as finding out the difference between featuring on another artist’s album versus getting down to it themselves. I ask about the possibility of a new release as well as the importance of community and family in their scene. We find out whether or not, President Obama has had the chance to catch them at their reGualr spot, the Maple leaf and what would happen if Donald Trump asked to come check them out. Great stuff, great band, gonna be a usual great party atmosphere.

Note: This show has been moved to the Ruby Lounge at Liquid.

Rebirth Brass Band

Will They Remain

The third portion of the proGram asks the questions about who/what will remain as we push/pull/drag into the new year:

Aftermath- Mr. Lif & Brass Menazeri
Guiding Light- Mr. Lif & Brass Menazeri
When The Morning Comes- Mickey Hart

Cut the Infection- Chicago Afrobeat Project Ft. Tony Allen & Oranmiyan
Must Come Down- Chicago Afrobeat Project Ft. Tony Allen & Oranmiyan
Caburu- Instigator Afrobeat Orchestra Ft. Ray Lugo
Free Flow- Instigator Afrobeat Orchestra Ft. Mas1a
G Spot- Instigator Afrobeat Orchestra

Ipiros- Syriana (Jazz Remix by Toby Marks)
Ipiros- Syriana (S40 Remix)

Tribulation- The Expanders
Cali Collie- Dub Gabriel Ft. Addis Pablo
Black Magic, White Lies- Dub Gabriel
Mr. Brooks- Victor Rice
The Dream- Victor Rice
Great Hereos- Little Axe
Be Thankful (among the Grateful)- Little Axe

It’s About The Art

The second portion of the proGram took a look at the all around art in it all:

Inner City Blues- Brian Auger’s Oblivion Express
Love is Blind- The Hawkmen
Talking Black- Anatoly Ice & Dariya
Soar- Crowd Company
Get In The Groove- Crowd Company

Irvin, Turn It Up Interlude- Kermit Ruffins & Irvin Mayfield Ft. Wendell Pierce
Good Life- Kermit Ruffins & Irvin Mayfield Ft. Bailey Flores, Glen David Andrews & John Boutté

Beat Sample- Kind & Kinky Zoo
Jump The Gun- Kind & Kinky Zoo Ft. Afu Ra
Hurricane Train (Soul Brigada Remix)- Kind & Kinky Zoo
Good Vibes- Amp Fiddler Ft. Only Child
Through Your Soul- Amp Fiddler Ft. Babz Fiddler & J Dilla
Return Of The Ghetto Fly- Amp Fiddler Ft. J Dilla/T3/Neco Redd

Ecstasy (Proleter Remix)- Wax Tailor
The Road Is Ruff [Benji Blow Remix]- Wax Tailor Ft. Lee Fields
Phonograph (Le Parasite Remix)- Wax Tailor
Forward Motion- Josh One Ft. Shirt
Clockwise- Josh One Ft. Quincy McCrary

The Love Arcade- Ursula 1000
Saturday Boogie- Ursula 1000
Feel it- Ursula 1000

Celebrate All Colors Equally

The first portion of the proGram sees all the colors around us in the same liGht.

Syntactic Adventures- Adam Rudolph
Jewish Cowboy The Real Josh Geller- Danny Fox Trio
Truant- Danny Fox Trio
Old Wash World- Danny Fox Trio

Dance Number- Rez Abbasi Ft. Vijay Iyer, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Johannes Weidenmueller, Dan Weiss & Elizabeth Mikhael
Orangevile- Mostly Other People Do The Killing
Green Briar- Mostly Other People Do The Killing
Lamented (interlude)- (U)nity Ft. Elena Pinderhughes
Guarapachanga Bae Bro Remix- (U)nity

Come Together- Dave Askren & Jeff Benedict
Boom Tune- Mark Kelso & the Jazz Exiles
Zig Zag- Mark Kelso & the Jazz Exiles

L O V E- Acute Inflections
Kiss- Acute Inflections
In A Mellow Tone- Ella Fitzgerald (live at Zardi’s)
It All Depends on You- Ella Fitzgerald (live at Zardi’s)

The Bend- Toni Jordan
Blues King Mambo- Harmonica “Blues King” Harris
My Very Own- Donald Woods & The Vel Aires

Reflection of Past Trees

The second portion of the program shimmered into a tree view of the times gone:

Auctioneers- Mickey Hart
The Lost Coast- Mickey Hart
Jerry- Mickey Hart

Sultan Song- Rob Wasserman Ft. Ustad Sultan Khan
Come Take Everything (intro)- Sameer Gupta
Come Take Everything- Sameer Gupta

The Kingmaker- The Elf off Mustapha’s Shelf
Yellow House- Mostly Other People Do The Killing
Plum Run- Mostly Other People Do The Killing
I Feel The Earth Move- Jim Gelcer

Fire Drills- Dessa
Roll Credits- The Urban Renewal Project Ft. Elmer Demond
Doppio Macchiato- Mr. Lif & Brass Menazeri
Hump Day- Mr Lif & Brass Menazeri

Wrong Way- Josh One Ft. Shana Halligan
Jewels- Josh One Ft. Blu, Divine Styler & Conny Franko
Flowers- Sampa The Great Ft. Remi
Healer- Sampa The Great Ft. zaachariaha
Like a Motherless Child- Moby

Erotic City- Prince (Maragkis Rework)
Boyz in the Wood- Restless Leg Syndrome
Trippin’- Restless Leg Syndrome
Chashm- SaQi Ft. Fanna Fi Allah
Dreamtime- SaQi Ft. Shazieh & Attallah
The Dark Riff- SaQi

Richard’s Space

This was the place. The first part of today’s proGram took me back.

Sleep- Leah Calvert
Liquor and a Consequence- Leah Calvert
Having a Rave Up- The Prefab Messiahs
Outtayerhands- The Prefab Messiahs

Liquor Store- Marvelous Funkshun
Don’t Go Into That Room- Col. Bruce Hampton and The Madrid Express (live at the Vista Room)
There Was A Time- Col. Bruce Hampton and The Madrid Express (live at the Vista Room)
Right Now- Col. Bruce Hampton and The Madrid Express (live at the Vista Room)

ChuckMangioneRochesterJoeCola- Sewer Rats BK
Shut Up- Sewer Rats BK
The Kingmaker- The Elf off Mustapha’s Shelf

Why Don’t You Do Right- Ella Fitzgerald (live at Zardi’s)
Airmail Special- Ella Fitzgerald (live at Zardi’s)
Face Your Fear- Curtis Harding
Need My Baby- Curtis Harding

Please Don’t Go- Floyd Dixon
My Josephine- Otis Blackwell
Little Daddy- Big Bertha
Do Whatcha Wanna Interlude- Kermit Ruffins & Irvin Mayfield Ft. Rebirth Brass Band
Allen Toussaint- Kermit Ruffins & Irvin Mayfield Ft. Cyril Neville
Footwork- Kermit Ruffins & Irvin Mayfield Ft. Rebirth Brass Band & Cyril Neville

Everything You do, You Do For Yourself- Guy One
Joyous- Galaxia
Mr. Morris (Spectra Sonic Sound Session Live Version)- The Filthy Six

Lovely Lady- Gridline
Big Bite- Kind & Kinky Zoo
La Jupe Volante- Kind & Kinky Zoo
The 13th Floor- Wooten Chambers Franceschini
Caught in the Act- Wooten Chambers Franceschini

The Spark- Crowd Company
Hold You Close- The Allergies
Rhythm- Funkallisto Ft. Trio Vermelho
Marcelito el Tropicano- Funkallisto

Loki Out & About

Loki the cat loves adventure and playing with friends. When his family moves into a new home on the other side of town, he needs a little help finding his way across town back to his pals. This is the story-line to the new children’s book, “Loki Out & About” by Molly Bandt and Tina Murua. Join Loki and his family in this tale of determination, friendship and weave your way through the journey within a beautiful city scene that is very reminiscent of a familiar Wisconsin area.

I had the opportunity to have a conversation with Molly Bandt about the story behind the story and how Loki’s adventures were not so far off from reality. We took time to discuss the process behind getting a story to form from a shared thought and the work that went into getting this project off the ground as a brand new author. Molly’s adventure is just as interesting (almost) as Loki’s. Not only did Molly turn a story into a book, but she was able to use her painting skills to create the colorful and eye-catching illustration that grace the pages within the covers. The book is published by Orange Hat Publishing in Waukesha, Wisconsin. For more information on where to find this book, whether it’s for a read aloud with family and friends or a cool gift idea for the kid in all of us, Click here.

Illustration by Molly Bandt

Always Be Ready For Action

The extra hour open schedule travelers set was honored by giving you a sixteen minute radio debut from our friends over at Amarrass Records to start off the set.

Nagma > Ranaji- Barmer Boys & Himmelrum
Festival Preparations- Ravi Shankar
Mellow- Noaccordian
Response- Noaccordian Ft. Benny Langfur
Divojcice Rozice- Astrid Kuljanic Transatlantic Exploration Company

Azzaman- Imarhan
Si Filemon- Lea Salonga
Waray Waray- Lea Salonga
Im Telech (If You Go)- Idan Raichel

Warp- Rini
Serene- Rini
Coctel- Mitu

The Trail Less Disturbed

The second portion of the reGularlly scheduled program took to where no one went:

On and On- Curtis Harding
Go As You Are- Curtis Harding
Time De Tough- The Emperor
Caravan- Chuz Alfred & His Combo
Mambo Mambo Baby-Paul Boyers Band Ft. Pattie Parish

greenarrowradio promo- Sharon Jones
Pass Me By- Sharon Jones & the DapKings
Searching For a New Day- Sharon Jones & the DapKings
When I Saw Your Face- Sharon Jones & the DapKings
Don’t Throw Your Love in the Garbage Can- Martha High
Unwind Yourself- Martha High

The Next 24- Ikebe Shakedown
Brushfire- Ikebe Shakedown
Out of The Shadows- Ikebe Shakedown

Push On- The Allergies
Buzzsaw- The Allergies Ft. Andy Cooper
Super Freak- The Traffic
Commando- Piero Umiliani
Non Mollare- Piero Umiliani
Petra Team Jazz- Piero Umiliani

Saturday Night Dogs- Funkallisto
Kinky Regards- Kind & Kinky Zoo
I’m Feeling You- Amp Fiddler
Estre- Guy One Ft. Florence Adooni

Climbing Into Your Ears

The first portion of the regularly scheduled proGram got the hiking UP:

Mississippi Farewell- Paul Creswell
I’ll Be Your Baby Tonight- Jim James
Blue Skies- Jim James
The Man Who Loves You- Karen and The Sorrows

S’Wonderful- Ella Fiztgerald (live at Zardi’s)
It’s Bernie’s Tune- Ella Fiztgerald (live at Zardi’s)
I’ve Got You Under My Skin- Seal

Van Gogh Blues- The Voltags (live)
Hot Flash- The Voltags
Psychsploitation- The Prefab Messiahs
The Man Who Killed Reality- The Prefab Messiahs
Peaches en Regalia- The Ed Palermo Big Band
Emperor of the Highway- The Ed Palermo Big Band

Tone Reverse (Ubique – Live: Maubeuge 2000)- Art Zoyd
Les Borogoves (La nuit du Jabberwock – Live: Armentièrres 2002)- Art Zoyd
Three Women- Lorenzo Feliciati Ft. Cuong Vu, Antonio Jasevoli, Davide Savarese, Stan Adams, Pierluigi Bastioli & Duilio Ingrosso
Surgery- LEF
Parallel Powers- LEF

Summer’s Coming- Gizmodrome
Stark Naked- Gizmodrome
While Growing My Hair- Kris Gietkowski
The Same Sun- The Pretty Things
Renaissance Fair- The Pretty Things
She Says Good Morning- The Pretty Things

Freedom Is a Word- Christian Scott aTunde Adjuah Ft. Vic Mensa
#Aesthetic Alien- Moist Paula

Cold Tree Warm Bark

The second portion of the proGram knows what is on the way.

Hard Times- Kaidi Tatham
Elevate- Robert Carvalho
J’aime marcher- Souleance
Brown Bags- Souleance
Put Me in Your Pocket- Amp Fiddler Ft. Dames Brown, Will Sessions & Chris Bruce

Sweet Memories- Gizelle Smith
greenarrowradio promo- Sharon Jones
Girl You Got to Forgive Him- Sharon Jones & the DapKings
These Tears No Longer For You- Sharon Jones & the DapKings
Oh What a Feeling- Martha High
Mama Feelgood- Martha High

***Pre-recorded Conversation with Meah Pace***
Ho Ho Ho (Santa’s Gotta Go)- Smoota Presents Meah Pace
Freedom- Brass Against The Machine
Cold as Ice- Bekon
Iron Sharpening Iron- The Expanders
Tell Them Ja Ja- The Expanders
More to Say- The Frightnrs
Do Unto Others- The Frightnrs

Party Line- Victor Rice
Bermuda Triangle- Victor Rice
Real Time Illusion- Dub Gabriel Ft. The Spaceape
Freedom Dub- Dub Gabriel Ft. Ranking Joe

Om Namah Shivaya- Panduranga Henderson
Exodus (Victor Rice Dub)- Tackhead
Don’t Ask Y- The Urban Renewal Project Ft. Camp Lo
Overture- The Urban Renewal Project

Garden Glow

The first portion of this week’s proGram helped to make the garden glow:

Reality- Collaborateurs
Born to Die- King Khan
Run Doggie Run- King Khan

The End- The Voltags
Shock Treatment- The Voltags

Let’s Stomp- The Mosquitos
Gimme Love- Vista Kicks
greenarrowradio promo- Peter Parcek
World Keep ON Turning- Peter Parcek
Fixin’ to Die- Col. Bruce Hampton & The Madrid Express (live at the Vista Club)
I’ve Got My Bloodshot Eyes on You- Bobby Kyle
No Angels- Samantha Fish

Baby What You Want Me To Do- The Original Blues Brothers Band
Qualified- The Original Blues Brothers Band Ft. Dr. John
Thank You- Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (live at Red Rocks)
I Did It- Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats (live at Red Rocks)
I Don’t Wanna Be Without You- The James Hunter Six

La Cuca Rochman- Joe Bonsall
Bon Ton Roula- Herman Guiee
New Bon Ton Roulay- Clarence Garlow
Bermuda- Maurice King & His Wolverines
Swing Low Sweet Cadillac- Agiie Dukes

Meah Pace Gives Santa The Boot

On Wednesday, December 6th, the world officially got a taste of the new tune “Ho Ho Ho (Santa’s Gotta Go)” with powerhouse soulstress Meah Pace, released on Body to Body Records. This new Christmas song is definitely not restricted to the holiday season with the smokin’ hot, Tina Turner-esque vocals Meah smacks us in the soul with. The track is like one of those special holiday songs that can be timeless in nature, with a reason to be played loudly any time of the year. Last week we spoke with the man behind the track creation, Smoota and he exclaimed how Meah was the one and only voice he could think of to nail this track down. And ohhh was he spot on.

Not only did Meah and I talk about how she took the idea and vision behind this track and make it her own, but we got into what a holiday season is like for her at this point in her life. We took some time to run down a recap of how the year 2017 was for her not only as an artist but more importantly as a creative person. I am so thrilled ot be chatting with a member of the Resistance Revival Chorus, and Meah and I talk about the mission and the meaning behind this group as well as her work with !!!(Chk Chk Chk). Take a moment and listen to the heat behind the hot photo by Amy Touchette.

Photo by Amy Touchette