WUMB October Program Guide

September Program Highlights

American Routes:  Sunday, Noon-2pm

-September 7 – Soul Sisters

-September 14 – Get Rhythm: A Tribute to Johnny Cash

-September 21 – Festivals Acadiens et Creoles and New Orleans Nightlife

 

Mountain Stage: Saturday, 2pm-4pm

-September 6 – Patty Griffin, Toad the Wet Sprocket, Parker Millsap & The Head and the Heart

-September 13 -The Autumn Defense, Twin Forks, Driftwood, Casey Neill & Robby Hecht

-September 20 -The Paul Thorn Band, Billy Joe Shaver, The Holmes Brothers & Candi Staton

-September 27 – Rosanne Cash, Chuck Mead (Of BR549) & His Grassy Knoll Boys, Willie Watson & Hurray for the Riff Raff World Cafe: Monday-Friday, 11pm-Midnight

-September 1 – The Cure.

-September 2 – Bad Bad Not Good

-September 3 – Lee Bains III & The Glory Fires

-September 4 – Shovels & Rope

-September 5 – Tori Amos -September 8

– Roger Waters. -September 9 – Ryan Adams

-September 10 – Delta Spirit

– September 11 – Kelis

-September 12 – Robert Plant

 

Tent Show Radio: Sunday, 6am-7am

-September 7 – Corey Carlson

-September 14 – Gaelic Storm

-September 21 – Live from Reedsburg, WI

-September 28 – Ladysmith Black Mambazo & BCO

 

E-Town: Saturday,  7am-8am
-September 6 – Judy Collins & Ari Heist

-September 13 – Pickwick & Tommy Malone

-September 20 – San Fermin  & Jeremy Messersmith

-September 27 – Dave Alvin & Max Gomez

 

  Commonwealth Journal: Sunday 7pm-8pm

-September 7 – Desire and Disaster in New Orleans: Tourism, Race, and Historical Memory – Guest: Lynnell Thomas, chair of American Studies UMass Boston / Interviewed by: Barbara Lewis

-September 14 – Former Sen. Mo Cowan Discusses His Time in Washington and with the Patrick Administration –Guest: Sen. Mo Cowan / Interviewed by: Ira Jackson

-September 21 – 20th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide – Guests: Napoleon Abdulai, Senior Security Advisor, United Nations; and Lynne Tirrell, Associate Professor of Philosophy, UMass Boston / Interviewed by:     Rachel Rubin

-September 28 – Cultural Stereotypes: Artifacts, Images and Team Mascots – Guests: Anthony Harkins, Author, Hillbilly: A Cultural History of an American Icon; Michael Taylor, Author, Contesting Constructed Indian-ness: The Intersection of the Frontier, Masculinity, and Whiteness in Native American Mascot Representations;  Jack Tchen, Author, Yellow Peril!: An Archive of Anti-Asian Fear /Interviewed by: Rachel Rubin

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