Morning Show Thursday
Randy Wind gathers an unpredictable, eclectic mix centering around contemporary singer-songwriters and folk and acoustic music, spiced with blues, rock and world music. Rare obscurities mix with the latest releases. News updates every half hour from NPR and the WMNF news team.
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Royal Southern Brotherhood Justin Townes Earle Shakey Graves The Mix Tapes Bob Dylan One Mile Final Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers Martin Sexton Elvis Costello Rhiannon giddens Dar Williams Peter Mulvey Ronny Elliot Deer Tick Yo La Tengo Tahuantinsuyo The Pretenders Bruce Cockburn Nick Lowe Hal Ketchum Honey Island Swamp Band Big Sandy and the Fly-Rite Boys Whitehorse JD McPherson
I love the Morning Show because it can be the latest release or music going back to the early twentieth century. It can be the slowest, prettiest song or the fastest, rockingest song, and everything in between.
I often create theme shows, whether it's a tribute to a great year in music...or a study through music of aging or nostalgia or quiet desperation...or parent-child relations or male-female roles. Do you have an idea for a theme show?