Join me, J Zed, this weekend as I bring you all my favorite belters and chill-out tracks from the past four weeks…here’s just a sampling of who’s featured: Hervé, Happy Clappers, Osunlade & Pastaboys, Kenny Brian, GotSome, Primal Scream (Melé Edit), Green Velvet, Toddla T & Andrea Martin, SG Lewis, Courage, and more! LOG ON, OR JOG ON…your marching orders are clear. 10PM CT, this Saturday on 90.1 FM or stream us online at KKFI.ORG!
Pythia Peay, author of America on the Couch, returns with a discussion about integrity…or the lack thereof…during our current political season. Host David Mitchell and Ms Peay will discuss the work of San Francisco Jungian analyst John Beebe.
This week on This Way Out:
Canada’s “Queer Decade: 1995-2005” culminates in marriage equality; a banned U.S. hate preacher diverts his South African crusade to Botswana, college sports groups flee anti-LGBT North Carolina, the U.S. Army finally okays transition treatment for whistleblower Chelsea Manning, the curtain falls on Edward Albee, RuPaul’s Emmy win surely tops an enema, and even more queer news and culture!
Hosted this week by Lucia Chappelle and produced with Greg Gordon. NewsWrap reporters: Carole Meyers & John Dyer V; Producer: Steve Pride. Correspondent: Heather Kitching. Theme music: Kim Wilson. Add’l music: Triumph; John Williams.
Join Host Beth Pike as she and the proverbial box of musical chocolates takes you on a journey through some of Progressive Rocks Greats. Peter Gabriel, King Crimson, Jethro Tull, Rare Kansas and Yes along with… of course…..RUSH. Just wouldn’t be Progressive Rock without them. There will be plenty more in store but you will just have to tune in and have a listen for yourself.
The Conscious Cleanse is a step-by-step, 14-day journey that teaches how to detoxify your body, ignite a process of deep healing, discover what food makes you feel the best, and create a sustainable way of eating that will support you on your journey to vibrant health and longevity. Think you’re ready to give it a try? Hear specifics about it from the creators, Jo Schaalman and Julie Pelaez on today’s show.
A husband and wife duo close out summer with a live performance from 7am to 7:30am. We’ll also celebrate International Peace Day
This week on American Routes, we give voice to the saxophone—an instrument revered by everyone from free jazzmen like Charles Lloyd to soul rocker Charles Neville, of the Neville Brothers. New Orleanian Charles Neville tells us how music carried him through his family, his neighborhood and a segregated South. Charles Lloyd, a real California dreamer, traces the roots of his modern, free style and musical collaborations back to the blues of Memphis. From the archives we hear words and music of saxophone honker Sam Butera (Louis Prima), bebopper Sonny Rollins and modernist Yusef Lateef; plus recordings from Sidney Bechet, Lester Young, Louis Jordan, John Coltrane and King Curtis.
Brian Steed is a military historian and Mideast specialist at the U. S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth. On this 15th anniversary of 9‐11, Brian will posit that to defeat ISIS, we need to beer understand their centuries old beliefs, wrapped in a philosophy of violence.