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Sunday January 24, 2021

The Right Mind Media Podcast 7:00 am
Relapse During a Crisis

Abby and Jon speak with expert Peter C. Johnson about relapse prevention - especially during a time of crisis - and why a relapse can be the jarring event that reinforces long-term recovery
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The SAMW Cafe 8:00 am
music from SAMW and more

This week Jay fills in for Perry. He'll feature a quick tribute to Warren Zevon who was born this week in History. SAMW Instructors/Performers include The Kennedys, Guy Davis and more.

American Routes 12:00 pm
Doo-Wop Golden Oldies–Black & White Classics of the 50s, 60s and Now–with Dion!

It’s back to the Golden Age of doo wop and classic songs of the era from Black and White groups. A conversation with Dion DiMucci, the Bronx born and raised singer who made his name first with his neighborhood group the Belmonts. We talk about his Italian American roots and his love of the blues, plus his life in music. Then, we explore the roads to doowop from gospel quartets, R&B and jazz including songs by Sam Cooke, The Mills Brothers and Jimmy Reed .
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Monday January 25, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Etta James was born in 1938. We'll play a 3-song set highlighting her musical legacy.

Then and Now at 8am: Brendan will play a two-song set of Sleepy John Estes songs (born on this day in 1899).
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Brothers Osborne

For the 6th year in a row, Brothers Osborne have been nominated for a Grammy for Best Country Duo or Group Performance. We won’t find out until March if they have won, but we know already that their latest album rocks. The pair talks about their evolving sound with the new record Skeletons and whether there is ever any sibling rivalry in the band, on the next World Cafe.
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Tuesday January 26, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Lucinda Williams was born in 1953. We'll play a 3-song set highlighting her musical legacy.

Second Take at 8am: Brendan will play two versions of a song by Lucinda Williams.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Encore: Phoebe Bridgers

A few months into the pandemic, Phoebe Bridgers released her sophomore solo album, Punisher. It quickly became an album for the moment – one that could make you feel less alone in a time of self-isolation. Phoebe talks about this moment we’re in, about how making the album was not an isolated experience at all, and about teaching her friend and collaborator Conor Oberst about memes, on the next World Cafe.
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Wednesday January 27, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Bobby Bland was born in 1930, Margo Timmins was born in 19661, and Elmore James was born in 1918.

Regional Roundup at 8am: Beale Street in Memphis.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Benee

What’s it like to have a song go viral on TikTok and rack up a half a billion plays on Spotify? We find out when host Stephen Kallao talks to up and coming New Zealand artist Benee. Her debut album Hey U X features appearances from Lily Allen and Grimes, and musically pulls from influences like Groove Armada and Radiohead. It’s coming up on the next World Cafe.
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Thursday January 28, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

This Day in Music History at 7:30 Ronnie Scott was born in 1927, The Rolling Stones released the double A-side "Let's Spend the Night Together/Ruby Tuesday" single in 1967, and Sam Phillips (singer/songwriter) was born in 1962.

Live Legends at 8am: Elvis Presley made his first national TV appearance on The Stage Show on this day in 1956.
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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Arlo Parks

Hailing from London, Arlo Parks has been building buzz with her songs “Hurt” and “Black Dog.” Her highly anticipated debut album, Collapsed in Sunbeams, arrives this week. We’ll hear how Arlo’s journals shaped her songwriting process and how she became an ambassador for Calm - the “Campaign Against Living Miserably.” Plus, she shares a live performance. It’s Arlo Parks, on the next World Cafe.
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Friday January 29, 2021

The Morning Show with Brendan Hogan 6:00 am
This Day in Music History and more

New Music Feature at 7:30 Brendan will play two new songs not yet heard on WUMB.

This Day in Music History at 7:50 James Jamerson was born in 1938, Louis Perez was born in 1953, and Bettye LaVette was born in 1946.

Local Spotlight at 8am: Les Sampou.


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World Cafe 10:00 pm
Fontaines D.C.

The Irish band Fontaines D.C. released their debut album, Dogrel, in 2019 and critics loved it. The BBC named it Album of the Year. So when Fontaines D.C released their sophomore record, A Hero’s Death, a little more than a year later, the expectations were high. The album does not disappoint. You can hear live performances from Fontaines D.C., on the next World Cafe.
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Saturday January 30, 2021

Breakfast with the Beatles 6:00 am
the Apple Corp concert in London

It was this week that The Beatles performed on the roof of Apple Corp. building in London
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Highway 61 Revisited 8:00 am
Graham Nash

This week Albert O will pay tribute to Graham Nash including time with The Hollies, CSN, solo and more.
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Folk Tales 12:00 pm
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band

This week Host Scott Alarik will include Folk Tales about The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and much more.

Guest Mix 1:00 pm
Anjimile

The month will close out with a set of music selected by Boston-based singer-songwriter Anjimile, whose debut album, Giver Taker, soothes and explores, with several beautiful songs arranged in ways that often surprise. The set of music you’ll hear, thanks to Texas-born Anjimile, is filled with interesting choices, too—including Sufjan Stevens, Zimbabwe’s Oliver Mtukudzi, and a John Lennon cover by Donny Hathaway.

Mountain Stage 2:00 pm
live music from Glen Phillips and more

This week live archived performances from Glen Phillips, Nellie McKay, Hot Club of Cowtown, Chris Barron and Jonathan Something
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Etown 4:00 pm
Margo Price and more

Live music from Margo Price and Swamp Dogg
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