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Friday January 18, 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: David Ruffin, one of the Temptations lead singers, was born in 1941 on this day

Local Spotlight: Erin McKeown
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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: In celebration of his birthday this week, we'll focus in on T-Bone Burnett

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

Description: Artist of the Week: Warren Zevon has a birthday this week, so we'll take a deeper look at his music all week

Daily Dylan: Dylan played in Boston this week in 1998; we'll play some tracks from that setlist
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Saturday January 19, 2019

Breakfast with the Beatles 6:00 am
Meet the Beatles

This week in 1964 Beatlemania arrived in the states with the release of "Meet The Beatles" on Capitol Records. It still reigns as Cha-Chi's favorite Beatles album of all time. On today's show, we'll play tracks from an original mono copy of "Meet The Beatles" on vinyl
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Janis Joplin, Mick Taylor and more!

In celebration of her birthday this week, Albert pays tribute to Janis Joplin with a few of her best tracks. We're also wishing Mick Taylor a happy 70th birthday this week, with plenty more classic hits too!
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
Greenwich Village and the Folk Revival

We'll explore why Greenwich Village became such a hive for folk music and the '60s revival--it's an older and even stranger story than you might think.

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Special Listener Edition

Join us for the first week of our special Listener Edition of Guest Mix, where we open our studio to one of our dedicated listeners and let them take over and pick the music!

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
John Oates & the Good Road Band, Tyminski, Lilly Hiatt, Danny Barnes and Bil Lepp

John Oates is one half of the best-selling duo of all time Hall & Oates, as well as an accomplished solo artist. Since embarking on a long awaited solo career in 1999, John has recorded five solo albums: Phunk Shui, 100 Miles of Life, Mississippi Mile, a live album called The Bluesville Sessions, and Good Road To FollowOates resumed work on an important music project that represents the next exciting phase in his burgeoning solo roots music career. The project is entitled Arkansas and is set for release in 2018. He takes the stage with the Good Road Band, followed by Tyminski, Bill Lepp and more!
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Spinning the Blues 8:00 pm
Local Blues, New Records, and More!

Holly spins a new record from local artist Jim Coyle called In Between. She also features new blues from Chris O'Leary and Willa Vincitore. Huddie Ledbetter and Snooks Eaglin are among the blues legends who celebrate birthdays this week, so Holly will pay tribute to them as well.
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Dixie Bee Line 9:00 pm
From Hank Williams to Western Swing, and much more!

Join us as host John Gersh spins some rare Hank Williams, Sr., Uncle Dave Macon, Ray Price, Hank Snow, Jimmie Rodgers, Norman Blake, Lefty Frizzell, Del Reeves and western swing, too!
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Sunday January 20, 2019

Etown 6:00 am
eTown on the Road: Lafayette, LA w/ Rhiannon Giddens & More

It's a not-to-be-missed "eTown On the Road" episode this week! In this special two-part re-broadcast, eTown heads to the beautiful Acadiana Center for the Arts in Lafayette, Louisiana to delve into the origins and vast musical styles of this rich cultural area. There'll be lots of great music from local artists including Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter and banjo player Rhiannon Giddens, Dirk Powell, The Band Courtbouillon, and a host of other artists. Also in Part One, we interview Joel Savoy and Josh Caffery, producers of the Grammy-nominated recording project entitled "I Wanna Sing Right: Rediscovering Lomax in the Evangeline Country."
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The Right Mind Media Podcast 7:00 am
Annie Grace: The Alcohol Experiment

As a global C-Suite level marketing star at 35yrs old, Annie Grace found herself drinking almost two bottles of wine a night. Her life had become a daily battle for sobriety. Her first book, "This Naked Mind", broke down how alcohol changes us physically and mentally and how she was able to find freedom from alcohol. Her latest endeavor, "The Alcohol Experiment", aims to change problem drinking by teaching why we drink more than we want, how to change the expectations of drinking, and how to shift your mindset to control your drinking - if not alleviate it all together.
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Commonwealth Journal 7:30 am
What's Next for the Labor Movement?

Guests: Steve Striffler, Director of the UMass Boston Labor Resource Center, and Steven Tolman, President of the Massachusetts AFL-CIO

Unions have been a defining force in American political life for decades. But recently, there have been many challenges to unions' power. Host Anna Fisher-Pinkert talks with Steve Striffler of UMass Boston's Labor Resource Center, and Steven Tolman of the AFL-CIO about the rise of the gig economy, restrictions on public-sector unions, and what it all means for our region and our nation.
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WUMB Sunday Morning 8:00 am
Perry Persoff Guest Hosts

As some may know, Rob Hochschild was scheduled to debut his new show, the Sunday Morning Brew, this week. But due to heavy snow expected in Boston, we had to switch up the arrangement. Perry will fill in this week, and next Sunday, the 27th, Rob will have his debut broadcast. So tune in this week for Perry and next week for Rob's debut!

American Routes 12:00 pm
In the Spirit of Martin Luther King, Jr., with Cyril Neville

For the Martin Luther King holiday we honor his spirit and struggle with African American spirituals, protest anthems, freedom jazz and soul power. New Orleans musician and activist Cyril Neville tells of growing up with Mardi Gras Indian rituals and street music and the importance of both to Black community life in the city. From our archives, the late jazz trumpeter Freddie Hubbard talks free form music and freedom of expression. Plus, Bob Dylan gives voice to the social unrest of the Sixties. Cellist and singer Leyla McCalla, formerly of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, reprises "The Capitalist Blues" for a new generation. And Big Mama Thornton brings a musical storm tide with her defiantly upbeat take on "Wade in the Water." Be in that number with American Routes for MLK Day weekend!
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Odyssey 2:00 pm
Spain and France and much more!

Dana continues his sweep across southern Europe with more from Spain and France. This time he takes us back in time with a deep look at some older traditions.
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Monday January 21, 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: Richie Havens was born this day back in 1941

Then and Now: In celebration of his birthday, we'll take a look at Richie Havens's career, from his legendary performances at festivals like Woodstock, Newport, and Isle of Wight to his later work in more recent decades
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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

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

Producer Spotlight: Tony Brown

Tuesday January 22, 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: Sam Cooke came into the world on this day back in 1931, so we'll have a little birthday celebration in his honor

Second Take: We'll take two looks at a Sam Cooke classic!
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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

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

Producer Spotlight: Tony Brown

Wednesday January 23, 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: Django Reinhardt and Anita Pointer both have birthdays today

Family Connection: In celebration of Anita's birthday, we'll dig into the story and music of The Pointer Sisters
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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

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

Producer Spotlight: Tony Brown

Thursday January 24, 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: Aaron Neville celebrates his 78th birthday today; also Gram Parsons's album Grievous Angel was released on this day in 1974

Live on WUMB: Alejandro Escovedo joins us in studio and plays a couple of live tracks
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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

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

Producer Spotlight: Tony Brown

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