It’s another all-female show this week featuring some new artists as well as, for me at least, some newly rediscovered. You can listen to it now or whenever you wish from the player below. (Show airs in Olympia Thursday mornings and Bellingham Friday evenings)
Each year, doing the show gets a lot easier. In fact, in my initial music pull for this show, I had twice as much music as I needed. But the music industry, like most of our economy, is still tilted toward men. Things are improving but we’re not there yet. It’s a good year to vote.
If you’re struggling with remembering what day it is, you might appreciate today’s opening song “Any Time is Saturday Night” by Meschiya Lake and the Little Big Horns. You can make it Saturday night right now by clicking the arrow arrow in the box below
Mary, a listener and uber fan of New Orleans, hops on the show to talk about why she loves the city and designs a set of music for us that includes Trombone Shorty, King James and the Special Men and Carsie Blanton.
King James reappears to open the next set by sitting in with Haitian group Lakou Mizik for their New Orleans studio record – Haitian NOLA. The set then provides a couple of Zydeco numbers and finishes with Sweet Crude – a unique Louisiana bilingual band that has a unique pop sound.
Later in the show you’ll hear from the New Orleans Jazz Vipers, Aurora Nealand, John Mooney, Guitar Shorty and his mentor Guitar Slim, a new song from Bon Bon Vivant and a couple of brass band numbers.
Thanks for tuning in. The show airs every week on KAOS Olympia and KMRE Bellingham and you can listen to this show on this site any time you like, cause Any Time is Saturday Night. Cheers.