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Radio Show 312 Thursday July 4, 2019 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm Eastern time Thursday July 4. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Lined up before
Until We Sleep – David Gilmour

Song before State Of Independence – Jon & Vangelis


From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Happy Birthday America! Le’s celebrate in the classic way, with fireworks.

1.) Soft Fireworks – SWALE
2.) Lifts The Red Rocks – Hill Wizard
3.) Bleed White – Chin Ho
4.) Corn King – Cricket Blue

That’s such a tremendous song from their Serotinalia album. Chin rocked us in the ’90’s and the Wizard has just come out in the last few months, to weave their spell. Swale are just amazing. OK, so there are some cool people in Rutland who have been making great music for a long time. Their singer just released three songs, but I’m going to play a couple of his other bands in this set too.

5.) From Prison With Love – Eoin Noonan
6.) Hoping That I’m Wrong – Will
7.) No Reservations – Split Tongue Crow
8.) The Little Thing – Eoin Noonan
9.) The Cold – Eoin Noonan

So, that’s the whole new EP The Prison Demos along with a couple of beautiful older songs. OK, let’s keep the red, white, blue theme going.

10.) Ruby Red – Aaron Flinn
11.) Black, Blue And White – The New Siberians
12.) Trading Bullets – Fire The Cannons
13.) From Here – The Red Summer Sun

Summer played some cool shows for a couple of years. I had to play the Cannons and Siberians together for obvious reasons. That’s such a great song from Aaron. So, on the 4th of July a lot of people like to barbecue pork. I think this band agree with that sentiment.

14.) Pork Fortress – Jessica Rabbit Syndrome
15.) Despondent – Circus Trees
16.) Eyes Of The Abyss (Chapter 1) – Glass Lungs
17.) Firewalker (Chapter 2) – Glass Lungs

I went to The Monkey House on Sunday to see the mighty Rabbit and caught amazing sets from Lungs and Trees and had to share. I hope you like their heavy rock. So, on the 4th of July a lot of people like to contemplate freedom. Let’s look at it in a few different ways, and begin with a lovely culture that helped us get to freedom, so many years ago.

18.) Little French Earthquakes – Phil Yates & The Affiliates
19.) Highway Girl – The Skamaphrodites
20.) Clandestino – Mal Maïz
21.) US – Late Night Sneaky Uncle

That’s a very cool song from people who have been playing around for a long time. I love their take on America. I think it’s great to have lovely people from other cultures come and live with us and turn us on to great music. Unfortunately, we seem to have difficulties with our immigration systems and we Americans should start hiring representatives who can fix it so people don’t have to hide. Thanks for pointing that out Maiz Vargas Sandoval. A lot of people like to get in a car and get out on the highway and feel free. OK, let’s keep up with the red, white and blue theme.

22.) What If? – REDadmiral
23.) How It Goes – Blue Button
24.) Don’t Tell Me To Smile – The Red Newts
25.) Energy – The Steph Pappas Experience
26.) Gold In California – The Red Telephone

Red were so great. Steph is completely amazing. Great song about something a man should never tell a woman. Great songs from Blue and Red. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

27.) Sayonara – Black Rabbit

Songs after
White Feather – Fish
The Bastard – The Tragically Hip
Look Out – Kali Ma and the Garland of Arms – KMGA
The Red Shoes – Kate Bush
White Light White Heat – David Bowie
The Red And The Black – Blue Oyster Cult
Fireworks – The Tragically Hip
White Flags – Blue Oyster Cult
Blue – Myra Flynn Music
Blue – Arc Iris
The Sound Of A – Alice Cooper
The Disillusionist – The Church
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Heavy – Clever Girls
regular awesome programming

Posted July 21, 2019 by tmusicfan in WBKM Burlington's Kind of Music