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Today’s Featured Virtual Performance Recommendation..
With the Coronavirus in full force it is advisable not to go out and see live music, but there are alternatives via virtual concerts.. Here are some recommendations for this week.
Some of the performances to check out today are (all Pacific Time Zone)
Bay Area House Concerts Performances Hosts Listings Include..
What’s On The Airwaves
If you are out and about today or at home doing projects or just hanging out and have the ability to stream radio, my recommendation is checking out WWOZ starting at 7:00 AM with Traditional Jazz Hosted by Michael Longfield..
Following Michael at 9:00 AM is the The New Orleans Music Show hosted by Missy Bowen.. This is three hours of great New Orleans music..
Following Missy at noon is two hours of power house blues with Sitting At The Crossroads With Big D…
Following Big D at 2:00 PM is 3 hours of great Jazz programming with Jazz From The French Market With Sondra Bibb..
Following Sondra at 5:00 PM is one of my favorite programs on the air. Rare On The Air hosted by Bob Murret is 3 hours of 50’s and 60’s swamp pop, rock’n’roll, r&b, soul and more…
After Rare on the Air turn the radio dial over to KPFA 94.1 at 8:00 PM for Dead To The World hosted by Tim Lynch.. Keeping the spirit and music of the Grateful Dead alive with music by the Grateful Dead, and music not by the Grateful Dead. Highly recommended!!
Video Pick Of The Week!!
Horn player, composer and one of music’s great innovators Miles Davis came into this universe 94 years ago this week. To celebrate this great music giant I would like to recommend the documentary Miles Davis: Birth Of The Cool which explores archival photos and home movies shot by Miles and his colleagues, his manuscripts and Miles’ original paintings, to explore the man behind the music.