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Radio Show 317 Thursday August 15, 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 August 15. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Lined up before:
Inner Revolution – Adrian Belew
The Saint – Decker

Song Before: Undertow – Late Night

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Let’s begin tonight with a band who will be at Light Club Lamp Shop tomorrow.

1.) Soft Fireworks – SWALE
2.) Windswept – Her Crooked Heart
3.) The NRA Is Not My Boss – Terri and Rob Duo
4.) Dear Friend – Adeline (Addie Herbert )

That’s a lovely song form a lovely performer and supporter of our music scene. Teri will be in town on Saturday for a show at Radio Bean at 7pm. Her Crooked Heart and Swale will play a show tomorrow at the Lamp Shop and I’m very excited. Speaking of being excited, let’s head over to Robot for an interview and live performance from Clare Byrne and her band.

5.) Reflection – Clare Byrne
6.) My Beloved Nothing – Clare Byrne
7.) EG Blues – Clare Byrne
8.) Ocean Arrives – Clare Byrne
9.) Big Green Light – Clare Byrne

I really want to thank Clare and the band for being so amazing. Nick, Patricia, Jom Hammack and Ted Looby make those songs soar, and Clare is just amazing.Thanks also to Ryan Cohen for making everything sound so great and for shooting the video for Ocean that is out on YouTube now. OK, this next band will be at ArtsRiot tomorrow.

10.) Burdens Down – Cricket Blue
11.) Angle Of The Sun – Peg Tassey MUSIC
12.) Nova Scotia – The Steph Pappas Experience
13.) Gravity – Milton Busker and the Grim Work

The Grim work played at Summervale earlier today. Steph and the band will be at the Rose Street Gallery on Saturday. That’s a lovely song from Peg and Cricket are just amazing. OK, this next band will be at The Monkey Housey on Saturday.

14.) Fool That I Am – Eastern Mountain Time
15.) A Stranger Time – Chazzy Lake
16.) Suspended – J Bengoy
17.) Low Flying Planes – Chin Ho
18.) What If – REDadmiral

Admiral will be at the Barn at Lang Farm on Saturday for the Vermont Cannibis Solutions Party. I haven’t played that cool Chin Ho song in ages and thought it was about time. Bengoy are at SideBar tonight. Chazzy will be at Foam Brewers tomorrow. Eastern are so great. OK, here is the next song on the Matthew Mercury album.

19.) Contessa – Matthew Mercury
20.) Coming Over The Hill – Radio Underground
21.) Parasite – Miku Daza
22.) Mary – Plan B

That’s another classic from the ’90’s. Miku will rock Radio Bean on Saturday around 10. Underground will rock Nectar’s around 7 on Saturday. That’s another great song from Mercury. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

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Songs after
A Feast Of Consequences – Fish
Train Overnight – The Tragically Hip
Science Fiction Double Feature – Joan Jett
We’re Finally Here – Phil Yates & The Affiliates
Oliver’s Army – Elvis Costello
Astronomer’s Call – Kate Bush
And Dream Of Sheep – Kate Bush
Under Ice – Kate Bush
Waking The Witch – Kate Bush
Watching Them Without Her – Kate Bush
Watching You Without Me – Kate Bush
Little Light – Kate Bush
Jig Of Life – Kate Bush
Hello Earth – Kate Bush
The Morning Fog – Kate Bush
Cascade – Andriana Chobot
Day After Christmas – Slingshot Dakota
Keystoned State Radio – Ruckzuck
Starship Trooper – Yes
Against The Rain – Tilt
Jigsaw – Marillion
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Heavy – Clever Girls
regular awesome programing.

 

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Senayit, Beard & Glasses, David Rosane & The Zookeepers and Emma Back at the Fletcher Free Library, Blowtorch at Robot Dog Studio, Steph Pappas at Light Club Lamp Show, and Abby Sherman and The Mountain Says No at Radio Bean June 21, 2019   Leave a comment

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I hope your day went well. I started mine by driving to Shelburne this morning to hang out with my brother Ken for a while. He went to work then I headed home. I dropped the car and walked downtown to the Fletcher Free Library and got settled in as Senayit played some gorgeous songs. With a cool drummer and Don Sinclair on lead acoustic guitar, she sang some huge epic raw indie songs and hit her electric guitar hard. Her music was the best part of the show, but seeing the band on the main floor in front of the windows, and watching people walk past the windows potentially asking why a woman was playing electric guitar in a library, was pretty cool too. She sang about your eyes and being out of time. Her songs were sparse and dark and lit up my soul. Can you imagine a thin indie rock version of Procol Harem? If so, you have a hint of what she sounded like. She sang about rising to the occasion when you are chosen and ended the set with a song about being broken down and living on a merry go round. Her songs had a huge feel that made me swoon.

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Senayit pic by Tim Lewis

Up next Beard & Glasses filled the room with some dark and moody blues. They played a slow, sultry, long, and lovely song about not being able to stop thinking about you, then got a little jazzy on a song about missing the point. They brought a reggae vibe to a song about how I don’t know where my mind is at and followed with one with a jazzy chorus and a Custard Pie bluesy set of verses. They played a cover about blaming my ADD then rocked out on the one that got away. They closed the super cool set with a song about testing faith at the Pearly Gates. They were just delightful.

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Beard & Glasses pic by Tim Lewis

Up next, David Rosane & The Zookeepers kicked off their library tour for the summer with a delightful Sugar And Cream. They showed us Hope In The Dark then gave us Stardust For Dessert. They jammed out some punk rock in the library with Ba Doom, then sang about having a drink with your Grandma. Liquid Sunshine was a huge rocker that begged the question is rain liquid sunshine in Vermont. Well, can rain be qualified as a particle and a wave? I think we have our answer. Break A Leg rocked nicely, then Today Is Mine filled my soul with glory. They were going to call it a show but the usual quiet library crowd spoke up and asked for one more. A mellow beautiful This City ended the set.

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David Rosane & The Zookeepers pic by Tim Lewis

I chatted with James Lockridge and Bob from Big Heavy World for a bit, then Emma Back began looping violin, drums, vocals and played a song that reminded us of ancient Israel. It was really cool, but I looked up and the clock on the wall when her first song was done, and it said it was time to go. I took the lovely walk home, got into the car and drove to Williston.

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Emma Back pic by Tim Lewis

I arrived at Robot Dog Studio at 5 and hung out with Blowtorch for a bit. When everything was ready to go, we hit play and they jammed out 8 powerhouse punk songs. With Justin Crowther on drums, Jefferson Rush on bass, Bill Mullins on guitar, and Clark Russel on vocals and effects they played four sets of double songs and we chatted about art in between. You can hear how it turned our by listing to WBKM at 9pm next week.

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Blowtorch pics by Tim Lewis

 

They were solid pros and we knocked it out quick. I drove home, dropped the car and walked to Light Club Lamp Shop. The Steph Pappas Experience were on and playing as an electric four-piece. They were playing a long cool jam as I got in and settled. They followed with a cool version of energy then jammed out an instrumental. It fell into a song with a wicked blues riff with lyrics something like that’s what the people who love you want to say. They threw in a little Purple Haze at the end and Steph let her voice fly through the club. They rocked out some Piranha Love the gave us goosebumps with Nova Scotia. They jammed out some jazz then played a long lovely Jellyfish. Throughout the show Matt kept it going on drums, Augustus Elgee rocked the bass hard and Ted Looby mixed rhythm and leads to perfection. They jammed out a cool mellow blues song and ended with something about how everything’s going to be OK. Steph is stunning and the band are amazing and I’m so glad I was there.

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The Steph Pappas Experience pic by Tim Lewis

I hung out for a bit then took the long walk to Radio Bean. I got in and settled as Abby Sherman began to play. I missed the name of her banjo player, but her mandolin player was Ben Slotnick, and both backed up her songs in a lovely way. Her voice was strikingly powerful and filled the room. She sang about watching it burn then played a cover about hanging over the edge. She sang Come With Me then covered a song about a letter on a dusty box. She sang about being in a Wasteland and about Feeling Small. She played Dreamcatcher from her upcoming album and the room was in a happy place. She sang a new one about floating down the river with you and followed with a cool song that my notes failed me on. She played a couple more cool songs and wrapped up her lovely set. I had high hopes that she would be amazing, and was well rewarded by hearing her.

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Abby Sherman pic by Tim Lewis

I was pretty exhausted but there was no way I could leave. The set break was short and The Mountain Says No hit the stage with a new song about chasing it all. The end was especially huge and my heart was in a happy place. They continued the set with new songs that made me love them more and more. They sang about how it was too much and about how you know you should. They sang about Murder B’s and how it’s not a problem. All of the songs were new to me and lit up my world. They closed with a couple that they’ve been playing for a while. If You Lie has a great build and Light Bright Lord had super cool versus and a staggering rock chorus. I love them so much.

There was more music to be had, but my poor body was tired. I took the lovely walk home, turned on the computer and began typing. I hope your day went well.

 

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The Mountain Says No pic by Tim Lewis

Radio Show 315 Thursday August 1, 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 August 1st. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Lined up before

Cellars – decker.
Navigate – Kali Ma and the Garland of Arms – KMGA
Today Is Mine – David Rosane & The Zookeepers

Song before: New York Groove – Ace Frehley

A Day In The Life Of James Bond – Josh Bridgman

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. I’m sorry that last week’s show ran into technical difficulties, so let’s try it again. Let’s begin with a great singer who played at Deli/126 last night. .

1.) What The World Looks Like – Sabrina Comellas
2.) Round And Round – Native Harrow
3.) Don’t Leave It In Our Hands – The Essex Green
4.) Lightning Ocean – Matthew Mercury
5.) Paranoid – Surf Sabbath (The High Breaks)

I was lucky enough to represent WBKM at ArtsRiot last week as Ben & Jerry’s showed off their expanded line of plant based frozen desserts. They were really good and don’t miss the dairy. The Breaks played a couple of cool sets and fun was had by all. Last week, I finished playing the Cricket Blue album all the way through. Tonight we begin a journey through the debut album of Matthew Mercury. I’ll work my way through the whole album in the coming weeks. That’s a great song from Essex. I caught Harrow at Nectar’s on Saturday before the Blondes. I was delighted by their show and wanted to play some of their music. That’s a lovely song from Sabrina. OK, let’s head on over to Robot Dog Studio for the shredded voices version of the Dirty Blondes.

Warning, there may be some naughty language.

6.) Slut – Dirty Blondes
7.) King Pao – Dirty Blondes
8.) James Bond – Dirty Blondes
9.) Crybaby – Dirty Blondes.

That was fun, if a little rough. We may have to have them in again some night when their voices are intact. Thanks Sam Markk for doing the recording and Ryan Cohen for making it sound as good as possible. OK, let’s keep rocking.

10.) Skybot->Paydirt – Blowtorch
11.) Warmaker – Green Chapel
12.) Humble Pie – Smokestack Lightning
13.) Golden Cadillac – Happy Spangler

Spangler rocked Switchback Brewing Company last weekend Those are fun rockers from Lightning, Green, and Blowtorch. OK, this next artist played last week at Vermont Pub & Brewery of Burlington.

14.) Drivin’ All Alone – Danny & The Parts
15.) The Mime – Joe Adler
16.) Small Town Movie – The Cush
17.) Road Trip – Jesse Taylor Band

That’s such a fun song by Jesse about traveling around. She was at Radio Bean last Saturday. The Cush traveled from Texas to live with us for a while then traveled back. The Mime is about traveling around the Mississippi and driving is a great way to travel. OK, it’s the time of year when Girls Rock Vermont teaches campers about the music industry and how to get on stage and play. Here is a song by one of the many people who make that happen every year.

18.) Tell Me – Linda Bassick
19.) Manhattan – Bethany Conner Music
20.) Ace Of Spades – Jason Baker
21.) Baby – Francesca Blanchard
22.) Super Powers – The Dead Shakers

That’s such a dreamy song about our power. Thanks Francesca for that lovely new song and cool video. Jason played at Radio Bean tonight. Bethany was in St Albans and Exxex last weekend. That’s such a great song from Linda. Last Saturday folks Rambled around the Old North End of Burlington. It culminated in a cool rock show. The Shakers were there. So were these next four bands.

23.) Hands – J Bengoy
24.) Fantasma – Mal Maïz
25.) Captain 20 – Barbacoa
26.) Falter – Julia Caesar
27.) Californ-i-a – Ryan Ober and The Romans
28.) London – Tom Pearo

I caught a few songs from Tom and his band last week at Light Club Lamp Shop I caught a few songs from Ryan at Radio Bean right before that. With all four of those other bands, the Ramble round up was great. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

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Songs after
3D – Fish
Sharks – The Tragically Hip
Toronto #4 – The Tragically Hip
Take Off – Bob And Doug McKenzie
Lakeside Park->Anthem – Rush
Running Hard – Renaissance
Cascade – Andriana Chobot
Son Of A Preacher Man – Joan Osborne
Empire Of The Clouds – Iron Maiden
Science Fiction Double Feature – Joan Jett
The Dog Is the King Of The Losers – Bee Bee Sea
Give It Up To The Night – Bad Smell
Jigsaw – Marillion
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Heavy – Clever Girls
regular awesome programming.

Thanks Luke Awtry Photography for the photos of the Blondes

 

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Radio Show 314 Thursday July 18, 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 18. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM. It will go as follows.

Song before: Countdown – Rush

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Saturday will mark 50 years since humans first went to the moon, and will also be a great day to celebrate the life of one of Burlington’s favorite stars. There will be many events celebrating the life of Matthew Thorsen. Keep your eyes open. OK, let’s begin tonight with a piece of advice that may seem counterintuitive.

1.) Don’t Listen To Your Heart – Matt Saraca and John Townsend
2.) Burdens Down – Cricket Blue
3.) Magnolias – Troy Millette Music
4.) Something That’s Never Been Done Before – Jason Baker

That’s such a fun song from Jason. Troy writes and sings some beautiful songs and that is one of them. That’s the last song from Cricket’s amazing album Serotinalia. I’ll have to find a new album to being playing next week. Your heart represents your emotional side and it’s best to be sure it’s in a good place before using it to make major decisions. OK, I’ve got a real treat for you. Let’s head over to Robot Dog Studio.

5.) The Laundry Song – Bethany Conner Music
6.) I Miss You – Bethany Conner
7.) Manhattan – Bethany Conner
8.) Clearer – Bethany Conner

I really want to thank Bethany for singing and playing those lovely songs. Thanks Greg Conner for helping out and huge thanks to Ryan Cohen for hosting, recording, mixing and filming the show. OK, let’s keep on rocking.

9.) Someone Get Me A Brown Paper Bag – Jesse Taylor Band
10.) Pass Me Not, O Gentle Savior – Hallowell
11.) Repetition – All The Time Always
12.) Sunny Skies – Be•er

It’s summer and that song seems so appropriate. Always are coming to town and playing a show at Light Club Lamp Shop tomorrow, so stop by if you like that song. That’s a pretty catchy song from one of our local ministers. Lovely song about life from Jesse. OK, this next band just released an album called This Day In Age. I played a couple of songs last week and here’s another.

13.) He Is Risen And Appears On Toast – Sad Turtle
14.) Makarov – James and the Giant Sleep
15.) Bacalao Con Pan – Mal Maïz
16.) Energy – The Steph Pappas Experience

That’s such a cool song from Steph. That one from Maiz just rocks. I haven’t played Sleep for a while and wanted to pull it out again. Turtle are so amazing. OK, let’s keep rocking.

17.) Teenage Mother Earth – The Red Telephone
18.) Forgiveness Is For The Weekend – Humble Hero
19.) All I Want – The Silent Mile
20.) Rising On->Bridge Out – Blowtorch

That’s a couple of fun rockers from Blowtorch. I wanted to pull out the new Silent Mile song again. I hope you liked it. Hero just released a new EP called The Harper Sessions and that is one of the songs. That’s such a classic from Telephone. OK, this next band are from Boston but have a cool local connection.

21.) Robotrippin’ – Death Pesos
22.) Bitchcraft – Jessica Rabbit Syndrome
23.) Inept Tune – The Wet Ones
24.) Dragonfly – Barbacoa

It”s summer and dragonflies are everywhere. So, Amy Wild plays in Wet and Rabbit with Ali Evans and Pete Schluter, and Pete also plays in Pesos, so I thought that would be a fun set. OK, you can likely find this next band at a Vermont library near you.

25.) Hope In The Dark – David Rosane & The Zookeepers
26.) This Ain’t No Love Song – The Red Newts
27.) Gone Gone Gone – Radio Underground
28.) Can The Call Go Through? – Seth Yacovone Band

I thought that would be a great way to rock the show to a close. That is a live from Robot Dog Studio version of the Radio Underground song. If you like it, you can get it, and the other three songs from that session, on Bandcamp now. That’s a brand new song from the Newts. It looks like they are releasing songs one at a time. New one next week? It’s so great that the Zookeepers are helping and highlighting our local libraries. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

Songs after
Moving Targets – Fish
Freak Turbulence – The Tragically Hip
ME 262 – Blue Oyster Cult
Stagefright – Def Leppard
Now I’m Here – Queen
Ariel – Kate Bush
Precious Things – Tori Amos
My Old House – Andriana Chobot
Diamond Hop – Kali Ma and the Garland of Arms – KMGA
Mad As The Mist And Snow – The Waterboys
Parasite – Miku Daza
Jigsaw – Marillion
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Heavy – Clever Girls
regular awesome programming

 

Radio Show 311 Thursday June 27, 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 June 27, 2019. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Lined up before
Black 17 – The New Siberians
Buffalo – Late Night
Jellyfish – The Steph Pappas Experience
Navigate – Kali Ma and the Garland of Arms – KMGA
Suzy Is A Headbanger – The Ramones

Song before: Ba Doom – David Rosane & The Zookeepers

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. It’s so cool that David and the band have begun this year’s tour of libraries. I caught them last Friday in Burlington and they are in Enosburg tomorrow. Call your local library to find out when they will come and play. OK, let’s begin with a band who used to play in town and now play all over the world.

1.) Bells – THE VACANT LOTS
2.) Nicky Says – Black Rabbit
3.) L Ron Hubbard – Humble Hero
4.) Power Up – James Kochalka
5.) Boredom – Ninja Custodian
6.) No More – The Wards

The Wards rocked us hard in the ’80’s. Ninja played furious shows in the late ’80’s and early ’90’s. James plays some fun quirky songs and has been doing so for a long time. Hero will be at City Lights in Vergennes tomorrow. Rabbit are just amazing and the Lots seem on top of the world. OK, let’s head over to Robot Dog Studio and keep rocking.

7.) Skybot – Blowtorch
8.) Paydirt – Blowtorch
9.) Rising On – Blowtorch
10.) Bridge Out – Blowtorch
11.) Ready, Fire, Aim – Blowtorch
12.) Say Her Name – Blowtorch
13.) Mirror – Blowtorch
14.) Thank You – Blowtorch

Thanks for that amazing performance Blowtorch! Thanks for the recording Sam Mark and thanks to Christian James for the video work. Thanks for hosting Ryan Cohen. OK, so something cool happened this week. Beloved local photographer Matthew Thorsen, who recently passed away, just had a street in Burlington named after him. The alley by Red Square is now known as Thorsen Way. Here is a song about walking around the streets of Burlington.

15.) Yayo – Dirty Blondes
16.) Plastic Revolution – Doll Fight
17.) Not True – Peg Tassey MUSIC
18.) Fly On The Wall – Zola Turn
19.) Flypaper – Persian Claws
20.) Popular Crowd – SWALE

That is such a great rock song. That can be said for all of the powerhouse songs in that set. OK, let’s keep rocking. This band will be in Holland VT on Saturday and at The Monkey House on Sunday.

21.) Vocal Fry – Jessica Rabbit Syndrome
22.) Nowhere Feels Like Home – Fire The Cannons
23.) Creatures – Hayley Jane and the Primates
24.) So Good (I Could Die) – J Bengoy

The lyric is a little dark, but that’s such a fun song otherwise. Haley and the band are a force of nature. Great rockers from Cannons and Jessica. OK, this band are at SideBar tonight.

25.) Dumb Smile – Clever Girls
26.) Tho’ Dark Be My Way – Hallowell
27.) Straw Boy – Cricket Blue
28.) Jail Song – Senayit
29.) Dreamcatcher – Abby Sherman

That’s a new song from Abby. I got to hear her sing on Friday at Radio Bean and was very impressed. I got to hear Senayit Tomlinson sing at the Fletcher Free Library on Friday and was very impressed. That’s yet another lovely song from Cricket. Thanks Chris Farnsworth for turning me on to Hallowell’s music. Great song from Clever. OK, these next three artists will perform Saturday as Duck Duck Goose at the Marriott.

30.) Captured In Circles – Julia Beerworth
31.) My Daughter’s Hand – Aaron Flinn
32.) I’ve Got Nothing To Do – Josh Glass
33.) Chosen Names – Julia Caesar
34.) Plays The Enchanted Bass – Hill Wizard
35.) Gazerbeam – The Mountain Says No

It was great to hear Mountain rock the Bean on Friday. That’s another cool song from the mountain spirit. Julia will rock the Bean tomorrow. I’m so psyched for Duck. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

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Songs after
State Of Mind – Fish
Stay – The Tragically Hip
Why We Build The Wall – Anais Mitchell
It’s A Miracle/Amused To Death – Roger Waters
Spread Your Wings – Queen
Wake Me When It’s Over – Longwave
All In My Mind – Love And Rockets
The sound Of A – Alice Cooper
The Disillusionist – The Church
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Heavy – Clever Girls
regular awesome programming

 

 

 

Radio Show 309 Thursday June 13, 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 June 13. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Lined up before
Hey You – Jesse Taylor
The Sound Of A – Alice Cooper
Neurotica – Adrian Belew
Spades – decker.
Null – Kali Ma and the Garland of Arms – KMGA
A Day In The Life Of James Bond – Josh Bridgman

Song before – From Russia With Love – Matt Monro

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Let’s begin tonight with a song I can relate to. I’ve got some skills, but am not especially handy.

1.) No Carpenter – Cricket Blue
2.) Light In Your Eyes – John Townsend
3.) It Occurred To Me – Adaline (Addie Herbert)
4.) Indigenous Souls – Jeremy Gilchrist – Singer-Songwriter

That’s such a cool song from Jeremy. Adaline is divine. That’s another song form John’s Seattle Songs album. That’s another great song from Cricket Blue. OK, let’s head over to Robot Dog Studio.

5.) Across The Desert Sand – Jason Baker
6.) The Last Living Coral – Jason Baker
7.) Something That’s Never Been Done Before – Jason Baker
8.) We Don’t Know Any Better – Jason Baker
9.) Entropy Always Wins – Jason Baker
10.) Ace Of Spades – Jason Baker

I really want to thank Jason for that great set. He was joking about doing the Motorhead song so when I asked if he would do it at the end, he was a great sport, but thinks the end was a little rough. It’s definitely rock and roll. I want to thank Sam Mark who ran the show and did the recording and thanks Ryan Cohen for hosting. OK, let’s keep rocking.

11.) Enter Sandman – Troy Millette Music
12.) Hide – Be•er
13.) I Know You Rider – Bardela
14.) Blessed Light – Kristina Stykos Music

That’s another great song from her River Of Light album. That’s such a fun cover from Bardela. That’s a great song from Be-er, whose album I just got. Great cover from Troy who will be at The Double E tomorrow. OK, so this next artist created a great album that became a play and it just won 7 Tony awards this week. Let’s listen to a chunk of Hadestown.

15.) Gone, I’m Gone – Anais Mitchell
16.) When The Chips Are Down – Anais Mitchell
17.) Wait For Me – Anais Mitchell
18.) Why We Build The Wall – Anais Mitchell
19.) Our Lady Of The Underground – Anais Mitchell

We are all so proud of her great accomplishment. Way to go! OK, let’s keep rocking.

20.) On My Way – Hover
21.) Golden Cadillac – Happy Spangler
22.) Is It My Body? – Peg Tassey MUSIC
23.) ETI ( Extra Terrestrial Intelligence) – The Contrarian

The Contrarian, aka Casey Rae, just released a book this week called William s Burroughs And The Cult Of Rock And Roll. We’re all so proud of his great accomplishment. I just had to play some of his music, and might play some more soon. That’s a fun cover of the Alice Cooper song . Cadillac is such a great song. The Hover one is too. OK, let’s play an original Contrarian song.

24.) Purpose And Object – The Contrarian
25.) The Summer Of Andy – The Cancer Conspiracy
26.) Pale Rage – Invisible Homes
27.) Falter – Julia Caesar
28.) Piranha Love – The Steph Pappas Experience

That’s such a fun rocking song. Falter is just amazing, and so is Pale. That’s a classic from CC and another great song from The Contrarian. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

Songs after
3-D – Fish
Lake Fever – The Tragically Hip
Dancing In The Ruins – Blue Oyster Cult
Holy Water – Alice Cooper
Roadhouse Blues – Blue Oyster Cult
King Of The Mountain – Kate Bush
We Live For Love – Pat Benatar
Friends Of Mr. Cairo – Jon & Vangelis
When The Music’s Over – The Doors
Jacob’s Ladder – Rush
Madness To The Method – Blue Oyster Cult
Usual Plays In Heaven/Be Kind And Talk To Me – Active Heed
Walk On Water – Jane Siberry
Radiance – The Church
Jigsaw – Marillion
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Heavy – Clever Girls
regular awesome programming

Radio Show 308 Thursday June 06, 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 June 6. You can stream it from the website or here: It will go as follows.

Lined up before
Right Place Wrong Time – Dr John
Goin’ Back To New Orleans – Dr John
Ol’ Dirty Revival – decker.
Inner Revolution – Adrien Belew
The Ghost In You – The Psychedelic Furs
Once In My Life – The Decemberists

Song before: Emerald Lies – Marillion

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Let’s begin with the next song on Serotinalia.

1.) Milkman – Cricket Blue
2.) Summer Star – Clare Byrne
3.) Emerald Lake – Adrienne Cooper Smith
4.) The River – Kat Wright

That’s a great rocker from Kat. Adrienne just put out a new EP called Nagra that was recorded on tape. Is summer actually here? It’s starting to look that way. That’s such a cool story from Cricket. OK, let’s head over to Robot Dog Studio.

5.) Nova Scotia – The Steph Pappas Experience
6.) Energy – The Steph Pappas Experience
7.) Piranha Love – The Steph Pappas Experience
8.) Jellyfish – The Steph Pappas Experience
9.) Jazz – The Steph Pappas Experience

Wow, what an incredible performance. Loren and Matt did a great job flowing through the rhythms, and Steph’s singing and guitar playing was just over the top. Thanks for making everything sound so great Ryan Cohen. Steph and the band will be at Light Club Lamp Shop on June 21 so go check out that show! OK, it’s Jazzfest so let’s play a couple of jazz songs.

10.) Skylark – Tiffany Pfeiffer and The Discarnate Band
11.) Elmer’s Van – the le duo
12.) Super Powers – The Dead Shakers
13.) Buffalo – Late Night

I’ve had that song stuck in my head for the last week so I thought I’d share. I love that song from the Shakers. Le Duo are such great musicians. I was bummed to work through Tiffany’s Jazzfest show. I had to play some of her music. So, something cool happened this week. Swale submitted a song to NPR’s Tiny Desk contest and did not win, but received a lot of notice, and even did a cool interview. They submitted the song coming up and described it as a love song for people struggling with addiction. Of course it is perfect for that and more. We all feel lost sometimes, and hearing Amanda Gustafson being so positive and giving a path out of that is very powerful. I’ve always loved and held this song dear. It’s gotten me through hard times. Please share it if you or anyone you know is feeling that way.

14.) If You Get Lost – SWALE
15.) Don’t Cough Me Out – Slowdim
16.) Premeditated – Slingshot Dakota
17.) It’ll Be Okay – Let’s Whisper

I love that song and wanted to bookend the set with pure positive vibes. I’m loving Heaving Banding, the new Slingshot album. Slowdim are from Boston and are friends of the show and I haven’t played their music in a while and thought it was time. That is such a great song from Swale. OK, let’s keep rocking.

18.) So They Say – The New Siberians
19.) Honest Little Me – Paper Castles
20.) A Cut In The Night Sky – Matt the Gnat and the Gators
21.) Endless Sunkissed Lover – gneiss
22.) Leave Me Low – Jason Halogen
23.) Today Is Mine – David Rosane & The Zookeepers

It’s almost time for year two of the tour where David and the band raise money and awareness of Vermont’s libraries. I think they kick it off June 21 at the Fletcher Free Library in Burlington. That’s s a cool newer song from Jason, who played around town for many years. Is Summer here? It’s starting to feel that way today. I caught Matt and his biting songs recently, and highly recommend them. Those are such great songs from Castles and the Siberians. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we? Tata, farewell….

24.) Sayonara – Black Rabbit

outro

Songs after
Credo – Fish
Tiger The Lion – The Tragically Hip
Spine – Kali Ma and the Garland of Arms – KMGA
Alan’s Garden – Ruckzuck
Bitchcraft – Jessica Rabbit Syndrome
Devil Inside Me – Dam Kat
Strontium Burling – TILT
The Revenge Of Vera Gemini – The Contrarian
Block – The Church
Parallels – Yes
Chamber Of Hellos – Wire Train
Low Spark Of High Heeled Boy – Traffic
Celluloid Heroes – The Kinks
Rudy – Supertramp
Orange Like Water – The Cush
Afraid Of Sunlight – Marillion
Walk On Water – Jane Siberry
Radiance – The Church
Jigsaw – Marillion
Dormant Magic – Jason Baker
The Surprising – Deep Purple
Heavy – Clever Girls
regular awesome programming