Wisconsin Center for Humanities’ Jeff Kollath tells the story of how the Wisconsin Chair Company became Paramount Records, and discusses the recent reissue of their entire catalog.
Our final charts for the year see some of the best new music coming out in the last two months of 2014. New releases always slow down as the holidays approach and nostalgic music takes over. Charts and new album releases will resume on January 6th, 2015.
2014 Sugar Maple Fest headliners The Drunken Catfish Ramblers of New Orleans will make a live appearance on Global Revolutions this Monday morning at 11:00 am.
LA FETE DE MARQUETTE is always a great party, and now everyone can join in! If you can’t camp out in Central Park all weekend, you can still catch some of the music as it’s being broadcast live on WORT Friday evening and Saturday and Sunday afternoons, pre-empting our regular programming this week.
Art Schuna is planning to celebrate Chinese New Year on Two For The Blues January 25th with a whole show of blues songs about equines.
In commemoration of Bobby Blue Bland, Peaches Lacey interviewed Lee Parker, a musician who often collaboration with Bobby. Peaches Lacey hosts the Wednesday Buzz the last Wednesday of every month, and is also the host for Dusty Storm.