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Friday October 31, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Billy Cobham

this week?s edition of the Vintage Cafe revisits a conversation with drummer Billy Cobham from last year
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Saturday November 1, 2014

Etown 7:00 am
Anais Mitchell & Jefferson Hamer / Joe Pug

in this encore broadcast, eTown hosts Nick & Helen Forster welcome Chicago singer/ songwriter Joe Pug: Joe?s songs offer an updated version of the country-folk archetypes that Bob Dylan and John Prine made famous. Also joining us is singer/songwriter Anais Mitchell, along with talented friend and musical collaborator Jefferson Hamer, sharing music from their duo record Child Ballads. It?s a show full of music and conversation with both new and old friends, plus a great eChievement Award story honoring someone dedicated to ending world hunger, one grilled cheese at a time
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Halloween

it's all about Halloween this weekend on H61, the obvious and not so obvious
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Music City Roots 4:00 pm
Jeff Black / Front Country

Gareth Laffely and Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers also perform
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Sunday November 2, 2014

Tent Show Radio 6:00 am
Great Big Sea

Celebrating their 20th Anniversary
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Art Of The Song 7:00 am
Smokey Robinson

our guest this week on Art of the Song is the legendary Motown singer and songwriter, Smokey Robinson. Smokey?s career spans over 4 decades, and he?s received numerous awards including the Grammy Living Legend Award, Kennedy Center Honors and the National Medal of Arts Award from the President of the United States. He has also been inducted into the Rock ?n? Roll Hall of Fame and the Songwriters? Hall of Fame. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, Smokey Robinson founded The Miracles while still in high school. The group was Berry Gordy?s first vocal group, and it was at Robinson?s suggestion that Gordy started the Motown Record label. We had the pleasure of talking with Smokey about the release of ?Smokey and Friends,? an album of duets with some of his favorite singers
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American Routes 12:00 pm
Sacred Steel Brothers and a Jazz Master: Robert Randolph, Calvin Cooke and Yusef Lateef

sacred steel guitarist Robert Randolph has gathered together the leading players of the genre for a recent recording, paying tribute to the past, and covering tunes outside the cannon. We'll speak with him and one of his fellow Slide Brothers, Calvin Cooke. Then a conversation with jazz adventurist Yusef Lateef about his musical mentors and inspirations
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Commonwealth Journal 7:00 pm
Sen. Tom McGee

Sen. Tom McGee, Chairman, Massachusetts Democratic State Committee, talks about politics at the state level with host Maurice Cunningham
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Monday November 3, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Macy Gray

R&B singer, Macy Gray, is back with her eighth studio album, The Way
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Tuesday November 4, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
Field Report

Marigolden is the sophomore record from Milwaukee-based folk band, Field Report
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Wednesday November 5, 2014

World Cafe 10:00 pm
J. Mascis

guitarist and songwriter of Dinosaur Jr., J Mascis, has a new solo album called Tied to a Star
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