Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Fri Jul 11, 2014 9:07 pm

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This Sunday (late Saturday night), WBAI's "Morning Dew" will feature n extensive Interview with Gathering of The Vibes Founder Ken Hays, and lots of great 2014 Vibes Artist music samples. 2 hours of "Gettin Psyched" Tune-age for all the vibesters out there!!!

Tune In Sunday 1:00 - 3:00 AM (EDT) ~ 99.5 FM in the Tri-State Area, also Streaming Globally at http://www.wbai.org" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; ~

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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Sun Jul 20, 2014 8:33 am

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Tune In to "Morning Dew", Still available for listening 24/7 on our Archival Stream at http://archive.wbai.org/show1.php?showid=mdew" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; (7/20/14 segment) streaming worldwide...

Jerry would have been 72 years old on August 1st. Because "Morning Dew" won't be on the air that night, we'll celebrate his birthday on 7/20/14 instead. Hey, I'm sure he wouldn't have minded.

As many of you know, Jerry was lead guitarist of the Grateful Dead. But his well deserved fame really amounted to much more. He was a cultural icon, a leader of the tribe. He was a very bright, funny, articulate guy who was, despite his denials, leader of the band and many who grew up in that era. And he was a hell of a guitar player.

Don Grossinger, tonight's host, will intersperse Garcia's music with excerpts from a 1982 interview to give a firsthand look at Jerry Garcia, the man. "Morning Dew", our show on WBAI-FM, is named for one of the songs he sung with the Grateful Dead from 1967 till the band's end in 1995.

Our two previous shows can also be heard at archive.wbai.org

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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Tue Sep 23, 2014 5:21 am

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We've been a little lax posting to this thread lately, but here 's the past two weeks segments:

Sept 14 ~ Interview with John Kadlecik / LOCKN Review

Sept 21 - Interview with Ska King Neville Staple.

Enjoy!: http://archive.wbai.org/show1.php?showid=mdew





http://archive.wbai.org/show1.php?showid=mdew
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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Sun Nov 23, 2014 1:33 am

Tune In tonite to 99.5 FM WBAI ~ "Morning Dew" @ 1:00 - 3:00 AM (EST) ~ Streaming globally at http://www.wbai.org" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; ~ Lots of variety with a chunky set of Phil Lesh & Friends, emerging artist Michaela McClain, and Alt-Country rockers YARN!!!
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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Sun Jan 25, 2015 4:01 pm

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Did you miss the live Broadcast? You can still hear it 24/7 on our Streaming Archives. Just scroll down to "Morning Dew" for 1/25/15:
http://wbai.org/server-archive.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Tune in to 99.5 FM ~ http://www.wbai.org" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; ~ We will listen with fresh ears and an open mind to some Phil Lesh & Friends jams with Trey Anastasio to get a flavor for what's to come in Chicago for the "50th Anniversary Celebration of The Grateful Dead"...Got some original Grateful Dead for ya too, including some Hornsby jams!!!
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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Sun Feb 15, 2015 3:14 pm

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We have Concert Tickets for new "Buddy" Members!!!


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~ The Moody Blues **~ (2) Shows:
- 3/20/15 ~ The Moody Blues **
- 3/21/15 - The Moody Blues **

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- 2/27/15 - North Mississippi Allstars & Anders Osborne Present N.M.O.

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- 3/06/15 - Los Lobos & special guest Alejandro Escovedo


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If you missed the live Broadcast, please give us a listen on our Streaming Archives:

http://wbai.org/server-archive.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

Just scroll down to "Morning Dew" for 2/15/15 and enjoy at your convenience.

For the next two weeks, we will be asking folks to support Non-Profit, Commercial Free WBAI by becoming members. Thanks to the generosity of The Capitol Theatre and Bowery Presents, WBAI's Morning Dew is now able to offer a limited number of select concert tickets to "Buddy Pledge" Members. The following Pairs of Concert Tickets are now available to you when you pledge a minimum $10/mo for a 12 month committment, to support listener-sponsored, Free-Form Radio:

Email requests MUST be sent to <morningdew@wbai.org>

PAIRS OF TICKETS ARE NOW AVAILABLE FOR:

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~ The Moody Blues **~ (2) Shows (**$20/mo Min. Pledge)
- 3/20/15 ~ The Moody Blues **
- 3/21/15 - The Moody Blues **

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- 2/27/15 - North Mississippi Allstars & Anders Osborne Present N.M.O.

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- 3/06/15 - Los Lobos & special guest Alejandro Escovedo

Email requests MUST be sent to <morningdew@wbai.org>

**IMPORTANT**
Pairs of Tickets are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis only to qualifying "WBAI Buddy Pledge" Members at a minimum of $10/mo for a 12 month committment . Email requests MUST be sent to <morningdew@wbai.org> and will be honored by their respective time stamps. The Morning Dew Producers will be responsible for distributing these tickets, based on availablity, and with the "winners" first choice of concert/dates as priority. If the first choice is no longer available, the Morning Dew Producers will respond to winners by email or phone to find an acceptable alternative Concert date.

Thanks for listening!!!
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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Tue Feb 24, 2015 8:51 am

Hey I just checked in to see if the Archive was Streaming correctly, and I found the Feb 22 link plays with some hiccups in it. For a cleaner version, go to the Feb. 15th "Morning Dew" link http://wbai.org/server-archive.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; ~ it's the same Broadcast :-)
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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Thu Mar 19, 2015 3:55 am

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Good Interview with Eric Krasno of Soulive & Guest of Phil Friends on the 3/15/15 Streaming Archives: http://wbai.org/server-archive.html
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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Sat Mar 21, 2015 10:18 pm

Dennis McNally was the official historian of the Grateful Dead and author of books on the history of the G.D. and beat author Jack Kerouac. Dennis now has a new book out called "On Highway 61, Music, Race, and the Evolution of Cultural Freedom".

The Morning Dew radio show, WBAI-FM ~ 99.5 FM in NYC & Streaming globally live at http://www.wbai.org" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; ~ 1:00 - 3:00 AM (EST) Sunday morning (late Saturday Night), features an in depth interview with historian / author Dennis McNally this weekend.

We speak with Dennis about the origin and evolution of popular music in the USA going back to it's origin in the slave era up to the present day. Black culture has affected all the music the nation has embraced for all these years. However, due to a repressive social culture, credit for breakthroughs in popular music from field hollers to minstrel shows through ragtime, blues, swing, jazz, R&B, and rock and roll have long been concealed.

Several archival recordings will be played. We go into depth about the lives of the originators.

Morning Dew host Don Grossinger says "I learned lots about the origins of the music I love from Dennis' book; it's a great read."

Please join us as we take this musical journey!
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Re: Wee Bit O' Promo for Da Radio Show...

Postby DJ Easy Wind » Sat Mar 21, 2015 10:19 pm

Dennis McNally was the official historian of the Grateful Dead and author of books on the history of the G.D. and beat author Jack Kerouac. Dennis now has a new book out called "On Highway 61, Music, Race, and the Evolution of Cultural Freedom".

The Morning Dew radio show, WBAI-FM ~ 99.5 FM in NYC & Streaming globally live at http://www.wbai.org" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false; ~ 1:00 - 3:00 AM (EST) Sunday morning (late Saturday Night), features an in depth interview with historian / author Dennis McNally this weekend.

We speak with Dennis about the origin and evolution of popular music in the USA going back to it's origin in the slave era up to the present day. Black culture has affected all the music the nation has embraced for all these years. However, due to a repressive social culture, credit for breakthroughs in popular music from field hollers to minstrel shows through ragtime, blues, swing, jazz, R&B, and rock and roll have long been concealed.

Several archival recordings will be played. We go into depth about the lives of the originators.

Morning Dew host Don Grossinger says "I learned lots about the origins of the music I love from Dennis' book; it's a great read."

Please join us as we take this musical journey!

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