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Buckwheat Zydeco Jr. and The Legendary Ils Sont Partis Band

Live From New Orleans The Jazz Foundation of America Presents: Buckwheat Zydeco Jr. and The Legendary Ils Sont Partis Band. Jazz Foundation of America presents live weekly concerts free to the public from the New Orleans Jazz Museum.

Carrying on his Father’s legacy and band, “Buckwheat Zydeco Jr.” now leads the bands in his legendary father’s footsteps. Growing up at his Father’s side while he played festivals with a host of rock and pop musicians, including Eric Clapton, Paul Simon, U2, Willie Nelson, Robert Plant and Keith Richards, Buckwheat Zydeco, Jr. carried the Louisiana standard of Zydeco music throughout the country. The Legendary Ils Sont Partis Band derived from the Late Great Stanley Dural also known as Buckwheat Zydeco. This Grammy and Emmy Award Winning band has performed over 2,500 shows and a host of television appearances. (David Letterman,CBS Morning News, Good Morning America to name a few). The Creole cousin of jazz, Zydeco music will have you up dancing in the isles, in your kitchen, in your living room, no matter your age or abilities; it’s family-festive music.

And Puff Up

Did an extra bit of radio at the end of the reGular program. Here’s the shape of things:

Black Caucus- Harold Land Ft. BOBBY HUTCHERSON

Footprints- Louis Stewart
From the Start- BK Trio


This Is Not the End Pt. 1- Present Ft. Dave Kerman, Pierre Chevalier, Kurt Budé, Lisbeth Lambrecht & François Mignot

The Barn- Chantal Acda & The Atlantic Drifters Ft. Bill Frisell, Thomas Morgan, Eric Thielemans, Shahzad Ismaily, Kurt Van Herck, Colin Stetson, Niels Van Heertum, Jozef Dumoulin & Joachim Badenhorst

Worlds Within- The Golden Shadow

Nails in the Road- Bright Dog Red
Where’s Danny?- Ghost Note
Ghost Note Phatbacc- Ghost Note

So Much Hear

The final part of this week’s proGram still had SUM more work to do.

Incredible Wonderful- Karate Boogaloo
Eyes On the Prize- Karate Boogaloo
Kokoro- Sababa 5 & Yurika Hanashima
Apologies in Advance- Kolonel Djafaar
Whatever Happened to the Common?- Kolonel Djafaar


Maracatu Gigante- Nation Beat
**pre-recorded conversation with Scott Kettner of Nation Beat**
Science Tribes- Nation Beat
Archaic Humans- Nation Beat


Squadra Antifurto (Azione)- Guido & Maurizio De Angelis
Startup Theme- Von Neumann Effect
Escape Theme (Speedrunner vs Hunters)- Von Neumann Effect
Shutdown Theme- Von Neumann Effect
Mega- Transmission Towers
Moonsun- RAH & The Ruffcats
Creeping Around (Vocal)- Pratt & Moody

Getaway Ride

The middle part of this week’s proGram had it placed in all the best places.

4th Ave Party- Noé Socha Ft. Jon Cleary & Lenny Castro
Payback Time- The Fabulous Thunderbirds Ft. Billy Gibbons
Midnight Rider- Jennifer Lyn & The Groove Revival (Live)
Sunday Morning Soul- Boogie Beasts


Don’t Call Me Nigger, Whitey- The Reverend Shawn Amos Ft. Denise Carite
It’s All Gonna Change (For the Better)- The Reverend Shawn Amos


La Bomba- Los Bitchos
P.U.S.H.- Michelle David & The True-Tones
Cold Cold World- Michelle David & The True-Tones
If You Don’t Try- Michelle David & The True-Tones


Imagination Unlimited- Claudio Corona
Higher- Eric Krasno & Wax Ft. Nigel Hall & Talib Kweli
Shit Rift- The Luvmenauts
Cocaine 3- The Luvmenauts

In The Tallz

The first part of this week’s show was like the trike someone kept in just the riGht spot.

Old Man- Johnny Burgos Ft. Liza Colby

Flesh For Fantasy (Sessions Take)- Billy Idol
Motor City Love Machine- Steve Conte
Resurrector- Castle Rat
Red Sands- Castle Rat


Hey Candy- 9-volt velvet
Dazzler- Clone
Close- Gustaf


Sugar Fried Candy- Brigitte Purdy
Somewhere Else- Rick Estrin & The Nightcats
If You Don’t Blues It, You’ll Lose It- Val Starr & The Blues Rocket
Chasing Gold- Misty Blues Ft. Matt Cusson
Blues Never Ends- Misty Blues Ft. Diego Mongue Band


Somebody’s On Your Case- Cass Clayton Band
March On- Little Bobby
When Robert Made His Deal- Little Bobby

Mamiko Watanabe Trio with Santi Debriano and Billy Hart

Live From Harlem, The Jazz Foundation of America Presents: Mamiko Watanabe Trio with Santi Debriano and Billy Hart. Jazz Foundation of America presents live weekly concerts free to the public from the New Orleans Jazz Museum.

Born in Fukuoka, Japan, pianist Mamiko Watanabe started with the piano at age four and began exploring composition at age 7. In 1999, she received a scholarship to attend the Berklee College of Music where she received several awards for Jazz composition and piano. She was a semi-finalist at the Montreux Jazz Festival Solo Piano Competition in 2002 and 2003, and in 2003 she received the DownBeat Student Award in the Jazz Soloist Category. After moving to New York, she could often be found performing at venues like the Blue Note, Dizzy’s Club at Jazz at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Jazz at the Kitano and more. Mamiko has toured Europe and Japan and has performed with jazz greats such as Joe Lovano, Kevin Mahogany, and Bobby McFerrin, while releasing five albums as a leader. This performance features the same band that is on her newest release, Being Guided by the Light–a superlative trio featuring bassist Santi Debriano and NEA Jazz Master Billy Hart on drums.

Nation Beat’s Archaic Humans & Scott Kettner

When band leader Scott Kettner looks at a map, he sees a direct line that connects the rivers of northeastern Brazil to the parishes of New Orleans & the streets of NYC. It’s a connection that came to him in 1999 amid the swirling dancers, ecstatic musicians, & powerful percussionists parading in the streets during Carnival in Recife, Brazil. He was there at the urging of his mentor, NEA Jazz Master Billy Hart, to study maracatu, the region’s complex, dance-inducing rhythm. He came home with a vision, a vision that achieves its highest, funkiest, & most expansive expression to date with the release of Nation Beat’s latest album, ‘Archaic Humans’, out end of May on Ropeadope Records. That day in Recife, Scott heard the thread that connects the musics of Brazil & New Orleans. A master percussionist, composer, educator, & the guiding force behind Nation Beat, he has been tracing the similarities between the music & culture of northeastern Brazil and the American South for 2 decades, through recordings & performances, as well as educational/community outreach programs. Back in 2017, Kettner expanded his conception of the Nation Beat sound to incorporate his background in jazz & hybrid drumming, and he began collaborating with tenor saxophonist/arranger extraordinaire Paul Carlon. With the release of ‘The Royal Chase’ in 2020, Nation Beat injected the high-octane improvisations of NYC bop into the thunderous grooves of northeastern Brazil and the swagger of parading New Orleans brass, moving hips & feet and setting brains on fire. The Royal Chase marked a new phase in the band’s cross-cultural explorations and the album charted on both World & Jazz radio charts and spent over a year on the Roots Report chart, peaking at #1. With the release of ‘Archaic Humans’, Nation Beat expands its cross-cultural explorations even further and leaves an original mark on the music. While maintaining the infectious, audacious rhythmic and brass energy of its Brazil & New Orleans roots, the band lights up the afterburners on its jazz chops and reaches into fresh new territory with new collaborators. GRAMMY-nominated progressive hip-hop artist Christylez Bacon from Washington, DC, & soulful South African singer/songwriter Melanie Scholtz braid radically new & uplifting strands into the Nation Beat thread on several tracks. As exciting/adventurous as their recordings are, the band’s live shows have taken on an almost mythological aura for their ability to lift the souls & move the feet of their ever-growing cross-cultural audience.

I had the pleasure of chattinG with Scott Kettner about this brand new album coming out end of May from Ropeadope Records. We talk about the journey it took to go from the new ideas into the final product that I am proud to be able to get into your thirsty ear-holes. This is music to feel as you enjoy with those ears. It hits so deeply. Not ever shy to work with others, we get into the hows/whys of both Christylez & Melanie as choices to be art of the project – clearly after a few (ok..ok..ok..MANY) listens this was a great choice, as they feel like the were just waiting along the way to be in the parade. I like ot find out what helps an artist call a label home, and we find out what Ropeadope is doing to help make this music progress. When not making music, where can you find Scott, find out his special place and what artist he would chooses to build a setlist and what song off the new album does he work in?

Bold Broad Bloodroot

The final part of the proGram showed the life inside the leaf.

Johnathan Livingston Seagull- Stephane Wrembel Band & Jean-Michel Pilc
***pre-recorded conversation with Stephane Wrembel***
Orion- Stephane Wrembel Band & Jean-Michel Pilc


Cuckoo- Vedan Kolod
Peahen- Vedan Kolod
Mogolu- Amadou & Mariam
Antidote- Meklit
Ethio Blue- Meklit


Grape Soda- Los Chicos Criollos Ft. Wizdome Bunitall

Ain’t No Sunshine- Brother Jack McDuff (live)
Blue ‘N’ Boogie- Cannonball Adderley (live)

Vase Faced

The middle part of this week’s proGram saw the person everywhere.

Mr. Liar- Tende Kasha
Don’t Stop Tryin- Rizz & The Believerz
Orewa- Savana Funk & Gaudi


Spaced Out- Gerardo Frisina
Mystical Funk- Gerardo Frisina
Pimp Walk- The Luvmenauts
Surf Brothel- The Luvmenauts
Riff-A-Palooza- The Luvmenauts
Complicated Plant (Jafunk Remix)- Gram-Of-Fun


Mango Walk- New Regency Orchestra
A Tale of Two Spirits- Astroboter
Sekalootera- Ancient Astronauts Ft. Phitzo Kiganda
Sky Queen (Night Version)- Rose Rose


Sky Island- Naneum
Say My Name- Sonova

The Tabled View

The first part of this week’s proGram was able to be near the spot it requested.

Day In The Country- John Hurlbut & Jorma Kaukonen
Train of Sweet Tomorrow- Phillip Lammonds


Oh No- Anthony Geraci
greenarrowradio promo– Anthony Geraci
Witchy Ways- Anthony Geraci Ft. Barrett Anderson
All Messed Up (Medley)- Gyasi


Labyrinth- Magic Fig
Goodbye Suzy- Magic Fig
Silver Pools- The Means of Production
Blind Haze- Masami Kawaguchi’s New Rock Syndicate


Blitzkrieg Bop- Dubmones Ft. Susan Cadogan & Welton Irie
Get High (Vocal Mix)- Subatomic Sound System, Mykal Rose & Hollie Cook
Ancient Wisdom- Subatomic Sound System & Screechy Dan
My Sound Is Heavy- Subatomic Sound System & Screechy Dan
To The Hilt- The Familyhood Nextperience

Stephane Wrembel Back In Madison

Stephane Wrembel is one of the finest guitar players in the world. The breadth & range of his playing & compositions are unmatched. This prolific musician, composer, educator, & musical director has released a steady stream of music since 2002 making his mark as one of the most original guitar voices in contemporary music. He has headlined Jazz at Lincoln Center, Carnegie Hall, The Town Hall in NYC & The Lyon Opera House in France. He has toured and/or shared stages with master violinist Mark O’Connor, Sam Bush, Stochelo Rosenberg, Esperanza Spalding, & Al Di Meola. He has dazzled audiences at Montreal Jazz Festival, Rochester International Jazz Festival, Django Reinhardt Festival in France, Ellnora Guitar Festival, Caramoor Jazz Festival & many others. Born in Paris and raised in Fontainebleau, the home of Impressionism & Django Reinhardt, Stephane 1st studied classical piano, at the age of 4. But in his mid-teens, he discovered that he had an affinity for guitar and then he found out about Django and fell in love w/the very strong impressionist feel in his music. Django, long regarded as one of the most influential musicians/composers of all time, was a Sinti, so Wrembel immersed himself in Sinti culture and started learning the atmosphere of what it really means to play Sinti-style guitar. He learned from the masters such as Angelo Debarre & Serge Krief. After graduating summa cum laude from Berklee College of Music in Boston in 2002, he released his debut album, Introducing Stephane Wrembel. He moved to NYC in 2003. Before long, word of this remarkable European transplant began spreading among fellow musicians in the robust New York music scene. Both Gypsy Rumble (2005), which includes mandolin legend David Grisman, and 2006’s Barbes-Brooklyn found favor with critics. Oscar-winning director Woody Allen used one of Gypsy Rumble’s tracks, “Big Brother,” in his 2008 film Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Hiss fourth album, Terre Des Hommes, was released the same year. In 2003, Wrembel created his own annual event, Django á Gogo Music Festival & Guitar Camp, bringing together some of the finest musicians in the world to celebrate the Sinti guitar style to perform in prestigious venues such as Carnegie Hall & The Town Hall. This weeklong event held in his hometown of Maplewood, N.J. & NYC is now being produced in Los Angeles, Canada & beyond. Wrembel’s breakthrough came with his original composition “Bistro Fada,” a Django-influenced swinging waltz on his 5th album Origins that became the theme song for Woody Allen’s 2011 Oscar®-winning film, Midnight In Paris. It was included on the Grammy®-winning soundtrack for the film. Wrembel performed the irresistibly catchy “Bistro Fada” live during the 2012 Academy Awards® ceremony with an all-star ensemble led by Hans Zimmer. In 2016, Wrembel released two masterfully recorded live albums: Live In India and Live In Rochester. From 2017-2021, Stephane released The Django Experiment I -The Django Experiment VI under the nom du plume The Django Experiment. These 6 volumes were recorded with long-time collaborators Thor Jensen on guitar, Ari Folman-Cohen on double bass, Nick Anderson on drums& Nick Driscoll on saxophone and clarinet, live in the studio, evoking new interpretations of Reinhardt’s music as well as songs by other jazz composers. In 2019, Wrembel produced Les Yeux Noirs, the debut CD by Simba Baumgartner, Django’s great-grandson. Baumgartner, who lives in the countryside in France, was one of the special guests at Django á Gogo 2019 & 2023. That same year, he released Django L’Impressionniste putting the spotlight on 17 little-known preludes for solo guitar Reinhardt recorded between 1937 and 1950. Wrembel is the first interpreter who has performed all of these pieces and collected them in one definitive masterwork. It took 4 years to meticulously transcribe the songs. He released a beautifully printed/bound book of sheet music in April of 2021. In November of 2021, he debuted his specialty group Django New Orleans, a 9-piece NYC-based band, with 8 sold-out shows at Jazz At Lincoln Center’s Dizzy’s Club. The following year his specialty program Shades of Django sold out two nights in The Rose Theater at Jazz at Lincoln Center. Now, in 2024, he is doing another something he has never done, recording a triptych album with a duet of guitar & piano with Jean-Michel Pilc. Following the success of these shows, Wrembel released Django New Orleans in May of 2023 in conjunction with the Django á Gogo festival. And while he is now considered one of the preeminent master guitarists in the world specialized in the Django Reinhardt style, this wonderful human keeps transcending & expanding. His music incorporates jazz, blues, classical, swing, flamenco and rock. All of these influences come together as a genre identifiable only as Stephane Wrembel.

I had the pleasure of catching up with family to the proGram, Stephane Wrembel ahead of his May 21st event at the Bur Oak here in Madison, presented by the Midwest Gypsy Swing Fest. We get into the event here with the quartet and what types of things to expect. We will be in store from something off the new and amazing triptych album with Jean-Michel Pilc. We get deep into that new trilogy with meaning and how the two artist have taken that new energy and become close friends, not only for their musical creation. I would be remiss if we didn’t take a moment or two to let Stephane brag and boast a little it about the 2024 Django-A-Gogo and my my my, there’s a lot to be proud about once again. I am proud to call Stephane a friend as when we talk, and you’ll hear it aGain, there’s a rhythm and ebb & flow to us as well, and you’ll feel that personal connection I bet when you plug into the records and most definitely when you catch him in any of his projects live.

Photo by Jason Goodman

Better Than One

The final part of this week’s proGram knew to have a back up plan somewhere near the exit/entrance:

Yet Differently Not(Mars Hall)- Meshell Ndegeocello Ft. Pink Siifu, Immanuel Wilkins & Hanna Benn
Departure Guide Of The 7 Sisters- Meshell Ndegeocello Ft. Deantoni Parks, Chris Bruce, Jade Hicks
El-soul the Companion, Traveler- Meshell Ndegeocello Ft. Pink Siifu, Marshall Allen & Stuart Bogie
Theme Of The Stargazers- Sun Ra (Live in Chicago)
Greetings From the 21st Century- Sun Ra (Live in Chicago)
Ankhnaton- Sun Ra (Live in Chicago)


Eboness- Yusef Lateef (The Concert in Avignon)

Tabu- Art Tatum (Live at the Blue Note Jazz Club in Chicago, IL August 28, 1953)
Crazy Rhythm- Art Tatum (Live at the Blue Note Jazz Club in Chicago, IL August 16, 1953)
What Does It Take- Art Tatum (Live at the Blue Note Jazz Club in Chicago, IL August 16, 1953)
Evil Blues- Chet Baker/Jack Sheldon


Stop, Look and Listen- Shelly Manne & His Men

The Jolly Black Giant- Brother Jack McDuff (Live in Seattle)
The Scene- Cannonball Adderley (live in Bordeaux, 1969)
Mercy, Mercy, Mercy- Cannonball Adderley (live)

Natural Performances

The middle part of the proGram this week could not help but notice the always on stagers.

God’s Love- The Harlem Gospel Travelers
BBQ in Paris- Bastards Of Soul
Bitterness- Bastards Of Soul Ft. Ghost Funk Orchestra
Soul Power- Nick Alexander


Final Approach- Resolution 88
Ez Up- Turist
Skeet- Turist
86Sentra- NxWorries


Pork Buns- BK Trio
Got That Right- BK Trio
Cold Fried Chicken- Brent Birckhead


That Thang- The Messthetics & James Brandon Lewis
**pre-recorded conversation with The Messthetics & James Brandon Lewis**
Three Sisters- The Messthetics & James Brandon Lewis

Snow Tree

The first part of this week’s proGram was not fooled by what was fallin’!

Lazy Saint- John Hurlbut & Jorma Kaukonen
Pastures Of Plenty- John Hurlbut & Jorma Kaukonen
Operator- John Hurlbut & Jorma Kaukonen


greenarrowradio promo- Blind Lemon Pledge
Go Jump the Willie- Blind Lemon Pledge
Coffee Black- Phillip Lammonds
Bayou Boogie- Katie Henry
Owl’s Nest- Anthony Geraci


Big Momma Shake- Left Lane Cruiser
***pre-recorded conversation with Freddy J IV of Left Lane Cruiser***
Turkey Vulture- Left Lane Cruiser


Baddass (2003 Ruff demo)- Garbage

The Messthetics and James Brandon Lewis

The Messthetics is an instrumental trio formed by former Fugazi members bassist Joe Lally & drummer Brendan Canty with progressive jazz rock guitarist Anthony Pirog. Their music has been described as “jazz punk jam. The Messthetics and James Brandon Lewis is a collaborative studio album by American jazz fusion group the Messthetics & saxophonist James Brandon Lewis. How do we get to this moment: Joe Lally was onstage, playing at full throttle, when he realized that his band had found a true kindred spirit. It was the fall of 2021 and the Messthetics were at the Bell House in Brooklyn, just getting into their uptempo riff jam, “Serpent Tongue.” Joining them for the piece was a special guest, acclaimed jazz saxophonist James Brandon Lewis, making only his 2nd appearance with the group after a drop-in at another New York show back in 2019. That first meeting had been a success, but this time, Lewis’ presence definitely sparked something new. The feeling that there was more to explore within what began as an ad hoc union among the 4 musicians, lingered after the performance ended. Now, Lewis, Pirog, Lally & Canty are ready to unveil their first full-length album as a quartet. Recorded in just 2 days in December 2022 at Takoma Park, Maryland, studio Tonal Park, with engineer Don Godwin, The Messthetics and James Brandon Lewis features 9 tracks that capture the combustive chemistry Lally originally sensed onstage while expanding the collaboration in all directions. Across the album, which dropped on March 15th via the legendary Impulse! label, the quartet can be heard locking into a hard, swaggering funk groove on “That Thang,” cradling a wistful, jazz-like theme on “Asthenia” or rocketing into ecstatic art-punk overdrive on “Emergence.” There is plenty of expected evidence of spontaneity running throughout this record. Once the quartet established a rapport onstage, the Messthetics followed up with an invitation to team up for an album, which Lewis quickly accepted. The Messthetics spent a few months in the fall of 2022 assembling & arranging material as a trio before meeting w/Lewis for just 1 day of rehearsal prior to the recording in December. Even with minimal prep time, the material evolved considerably.

I had an opportunity to get hang out with Joe, Brendan, Anthony and Mr. James Brandon Lewis ahead of The Messthetics and James Brandon Lewis May 12th show here in Madison at the High Noon Saloon. On the heels of their new album released on Impulse!, we talk about the event and give people an idea of what’s instore and how the new record is what they will build off of as the conversations in real time begin. Anthony and James give the scoop on how they played together which led to an opportunity for a live a cameo or two, which, in turn led what is on the new record and what we will be involved in as they add to that foundation at the High Noon (or wherever you may be fortunate to catch them). A supportive environment, allow the former rhythm section of Fugazi to control the course of the ship, while Anthony’s guitar and JBL’s sax navigate the corners and exploring a dueling dialogue. For me this sound is something I want to surround myself with, sometimes alone or with a group but it has a quality of heavy and groove that can spin at a moment, just like the feeling in life. The guys shared what tracks they’d =choose to build a setlist with and some other artists and tunes, it was as eclectic as what they do. Go figure.

Photo by Shervin Lainez

Left Lane Cruiser Driving This Way

Specializing in a raw hillbilly punk-blues style that roars like a tweaking modal chain saw, Fort Wayne, Indiana’s Left Lane Cruiser is a band led by slide guitarist Frederick “Joe” Evans IV. and Brenn “Sausage Paw” Beck on drums/washboard/trash kit. Their music has the swampy feel of North Mississippi hill country blues à la Junior Kimbrough and R.L. Burnside, with a good dose of snarling garage punk tossed into the mix. While the band would sometimes expand into a trio, they record the bulk of their work as a two-piece, and the tough, funky roar of their music arrives fully formed on their 2006 self-released debut album, “Gettin’ Down on It”, on the group’s own Hillgrass Bluebilly Records, and the following year they signed to Alive Naturalsound Records, which is their current home. The new studio album by Indiana’s favorite blues duo, “Bayport BBQ Blues” blends Freddy’s commanding, gritty vocal rasp and positively nasty hoodoo slide guitar work with Sausage Paw’s rhythmic stomp to make for a heady firestarter for your house party, backyard barbecue or juke joint get-down. The album is dedicated to the memory of the late Chris Jonson, creator of the Deep Blues Festival.

I had the chance to catch up with Freddy J IV of Left Lane Cruiser ahead of their May 15th event in Madison at the High Noon Saloon. We talk about the event and being on tour supporting John Garcia and Telekinetic Yeti specifically citing bands like Kyuss as shaping their musical ear. What an event Madison! We dive ear first into the soon to be released record “Bayport BBQ Blues” (late Spring 2024) and we both share our stories that the new track “Turkey Vulture’ inspired and have in common. For those heading to any of their shows and dig their sound, they also do covers of tunes that work for their sound, so you may also hear something familiar differently. Let me tell you, if I was having a backyard BBQ kinda party, these two would be high on my list of being on the bill – they sure do bring a rockin’ raw fun that I feel inside from memories of times long aGo.

Record Store Day Vintylthon 2024

My favorite time to get dusty and find the past path that helped shape a lower case into a capital G. Here’s the entire 3 hours.

Tubular Bells, Pt. 1- Mike Oldfield
Tubular Bells, Pt. 2- Mike Oldfield
The Sheltering Sky- King Crimson
Absolutely Curtains- Pink Floyd

The Illinois Enema Bandit- Frank Zappa (live in NY)

Little Wing- Jimi Hendrix (live)
Roll It Over- Derek & The Dominos (live)
Blues Power/Have You Ever Loved A Woman- Derek & The Dominos (live)
In Memory Of Elizabeth Reed- Allman Brothers Band

Frankie & Albert- Taj Mahal Ft.The Pointer Sisters (live)
Be a Brother- Big Brother & The Holding Company
I Dig Love- George Harrison

Cygnet Committee- David Bowie
Freak Parade- Todd Rundgren’s Utopia (live)
Candyman- Grateful Dead
Voodoo Chile- Jimi Hendrix (live)

Groovallegiance- Funkadelic
In Time- Sly & The Family Stone

Orange Sky Reflector

The final part of this week’s proGram looked up and saw some thing different.

While It’s Hot- Bastards Of Soul
Try a Little Love- Bastards Of Soul Ft. The Sha La Das


Water Suite (Sanctuary)- Sly5thAve
Water Suite (Thirst)- Sly5thAve
Sly5thAve Water Suite (Drown)- Sly5thAve
Samosas & Kingfishers- Robby Krieger & the Soul Savages
Bosco II- On-Ly

Tipish- New Orleans Klezmer All Stars
Rob Levik’s Niggun- New Orleans Klezmer All Stars
The Detox Hora- New Orleans Klezmer All Stars


Ashé Chief Donald: Tribute Big Chief Donald Harrison Jr. – Congo Square Nation- Chief Adjuah
***pre-recorded conversation with Chief Adjuah***
On To New Orleans (Runnin’ in 7’s Redux)- Chief Adjuah
Xodokan Iko – Hu Na Ney- Chief Adjuah

Peri’s Scope- Brian Bromberg

Mooney Over The Yous

The middle part of the proGram saw the way to walk to the lights.

Four Four Fever- Travis Bowlin
We Done Earned It- Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams


Red River Blues- Jorma Kaukonen (Live At The Bottom Line)
***pre-recorded conversation with Jorma Kaukonon***
Just Because- Jorma Kaukonen (Live At The Bottom Line)
Blue Railroad Train- Jorma Kaukonen (Live At The Bottom Line)

Hey Babe- Trummors
Twenty Dollar Bill- Elliott Sharp’s Terraplane Ft. Eric Mingus
Last Frontier- Ride


Pulse- Kandace Springs
I See You- Alice Russell
In Limbo- Pale Jay

Mooning Over You

The first part of the proGram was looking up and saw the two sides.

The Appalachian Blues- Scott Low
The Hard Way- Jesse Dayton


Flippin’ and Floppin’ / So Mean To Me- Frankie Boy & The Blues Express
Black Drawers On- Frankie Boy & The Blues Express


Boom Boom Out Go The Lights- The Chess Project
Smokestack Lightning- The Chess Project
JIG JIGGITY- Shawn Kellerman
We Are Blues Men- Shawn Kellerman Ft. Bobby Rush


Bogeyman- The Wicked Lo-Down
Love Like Kerosene- Katie Henry
Jump- Katie Henry
greenarrowradio promo- Rick Vito
High and Lonesome- Sean Riley & The Water