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Tuesday July 23, 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: Tony Joe White and Alison Krauss have birthdays today; Neil Young and his first band The Squires recorded their first single "The Sultan" on this day in 1963

Second Take: Two versions of Chuck Berry's "Maybelline"
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
Coffee Break in the 10 o'clock hour, Producer Spotlight in the 11 o'clock hour, and more

Coffee Break: Take a midmorning break with Randi as she pauses to remember important figures in music history

Producer Spotlight: Lloyd Maines

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week at 3, Daily Dylan, and much more!

Artist of the Week: Abigail Washburn

Daily Dylan: Martin Scorsese’s documentary No Direction Home was released this week in 2005
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
CAAMP

We’re in a hammock state of mind with our guests Caamp. In a few days they’ll release a new album called By and By. We’ll talk about their humble beginnings at open mic nights in Athens, Ohio and they'll perform songs guaranteed to make you feel like you’re sitting on a porch cracking a cold one with some friends.
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Wednesday July 24, 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: Paul McCartney recorded the demo for "Come and Get It" in 1969. It became Badfinger's first hit the following year, produced by McCartney. In 1967, Jefferson Airplane's Surrealistic Pillow LP was certified Gold. And in 1944, Jim Armstrong was born (guitarist with Them, The Doors, and Zappa)

Family Connection: Barr Brothers
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
Coffee Break in the 10 o'clock hour, Producer Spotlight in the 11 o'clock hour, and more

Coffee Break: Take a midmorning break with Randi as she pauses to remember important figures in music history

Producer Spotlight: Lloyd Maines

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week at 3, Daily Dylan, and much more!

Artist of the Week: Abigail Washburn

Daily Dylan: Martin Scorsese’s documentary No Direction Home was released this week in 2005
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Better Oblivion Community Center (Encore)

World Cafe favorites Phoebe Bridgers and Conor Oberst got together and started a band called Better Oblivion Community Center. On the next encore edition of World Cafe, Phoebe and Connor tell the story of how they started writing together. And they'll perform. Come on down to the Better Oblivion Community Center.
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Thursday July 25, 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: Bob Dylan famously went electric at Newport Folk Festival in 1965 (5 days after releasing "Like a Rolling Stone"). Roy Orbison hits #2 on the US singles chart with "Only The Lonely" in 1960. The Beatles' A Hard Day's Night LP hit #1 in the US in 1964 (and stayed there for 14 weeks).

Live on WUMB: Rayland Baxter
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
Coffee Break in the 10 o'clock hour, Producer Spotlight in the 11 o'clock hour, and more

Coffee Break: Take a midmorning break with Randi as she pauses to remember important figures in music history

Producer Spotlight: Lloyd Maines

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week at 3, Daily Dylan, and much more!

Artist of the Week: Abigail Washburn

Daily Dylan: Martin Scorsese’s documentary No Direction Home was released this week in 2005
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Christone "Kingfish" Ingram

Christone Ingram has been dazzling blues fans with his incredible guitar playing since he was a teenager. Now, with the release of his debut album, “Kingfish” the rest of the world is taking note. Christone talks about how he picked up the guitar, being mentored by Buddy Guy, and will deliver a handful of incredible live performances on the next World Cafe.
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Friday July 26, 2019

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
New Music at 7:30, This Day in Music History at 7:50, Local Spotlight at 8am, and more

New Music: Brendan and Jay play two new tracks

This Day in Music History: Mick Jagger celebrates his 76th birthday today! Also on this day, in 1960 Sam Cooke released "Chain Gang" and in 1975, The Eagles' album One of These Nights hit #1 in the US.

Local Spotlight: Meg Hutchinson
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Middays with Randi Millman 10:00 am
Coffee Break in the 10 o'clock hour, Producer Spotlight in the 11 o'clock hour, and more

Coffee Break: Take a midmorning break with Randi as she pauses to remember important figures in music history

Producer Spotlight: Lloyd Maines

Afternoons With Albert O. 2:00 pm
Artist of the Week at 3, Daily Dylan, and much more!

Artist of the Week: Abigail Washburn

Daily Dylan: Martin Scorsese’s documentary No Direction Home was released this week in 2005
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Camp Cope

While touring down under, the 3-piece Australian band Camp Cope once had to stop the car because a giant tiger snake was lying across the road. On the next World Cafe, we’ll hear that story and performances of songs from Camp Cope’s album How to Socialize & Make Friends, including the song “The Face of God,” which is about sexual assault.
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Saturday July 27, 2019

Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Mick Jagger / Mike Bloomfield

Mick Jagger turned 76 on Friday, and to celebrate Albert’s got a few of his favorite Rolling Stones tracks in store. Mike Bloomfield’s birthday also arrives this weekend and Albert will honor and remember him as well.
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
Bonnie Raitt

Tune in to hear storytelling woven in seamlessly with the music of Bonnie Raitt, as Scott takes us through the tale of her life and career while celebrating her many contributions to roots music

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Carla Ryder

Tune in to catch homegrown musician Carla Ryder in studio as our guest DJ of the week!

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
Special Guest Host Bil Lepp

?Storyteller, writer and humorist Bil Lepp steps up to guest-host Mountain Stage as the show returns to the Augusta Heritage Festival on the campus of Davis & Elkins College in Elkins, WV. We'll welcome back Kathy Mattea with songs from her upcoming album "Pretty Bird," plus award winning bluegrass group Darin & Brooke Aldridge, old-time multi-instrumentalist Joe Newberry and WV-based Honky Tonk group Blue Yonder.
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Etown 4:00 pm
Jessica Lea Mayfield / Birds of Chicago / Twesigye Jackson Kaguri

For this encore broadcast, we’re joined by talented singer-songwriter Jessica Lea Mayfield. Also with us, the gifted husband/wife musical duo Birds of Chicago (JT Nero and Allison Russell).
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Spinning the Blues 8:00 pm
Spinning the Blues

Holly has a few birthdays to celebrate this week, including Buddy Guy, Mike Bloomfield, and more
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Dixie Bee Line 9:00 pm
Red Clay Ramblers

We’ll hear music from Red Clay Ramblers, along with Paul Geremia, Bill Hailey with some country tunes, and Western Swing classics galore!
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Sunday July 28, 2019

Commonwealth Journal 7:30 am
A Night at the Opera with guest Lloyd Schwartz

Beyond the big costumes and vocal pyrotechnics, there's a lot to love about the opera scene today. Really! Pulitzer Prize-winning music critic Lloyd Schwartz joins host Anna Fisher-Pinkert for a friendly introduction to a heady musical genre.
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Sunday Morning Brew 8:00 am
Seth Avett; Detroit

Seth Avett turns 39 this week, so Rob will have a birthday tribute for him in store, as well as Bobbie Gentry and Buddy Guy who also have birthdays this week. Hometown Heroes: Detroit

American Routes 12:00 pm
Blue Jukes and Jazz Jukes with Bill Ferris and Doreen Ketchens

We travel from Mississippi juke joints to the streets of the French Quarter to hear from those who record and perform music. Folklorist Bill Ferris recounts his experience documenting blues, gospel, fife & drum music and folk arts in the Mississippi delta and hill country. Ferris recently compiled his recordings in the Voices of Mississippi boxed set. Then, New Orleans’ queen of the clarinet Doreen Ketchens serenades us from her post at Royal and St. Peters Street. Doreen tells how the clarinet brought her from the family’s sweet shop in Treme to a global stage. Plus, hot takes from Hot Tuna, Mississippi Fred McDowell, Lavern Baker and Marvin Gaye.
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Odyssey 2:00 pm
Southeast Asia

Some new music from Thailand is on the menu today, then heading south into Indonesia
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Celtic Twilight 4:00 pm
Masters of the Celtic Harp

Masters of the Celtic Harp: We explore the works of Derek Bell, Grainne Hambly and William Jackson
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