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Rise When The Rooster Crows 12.25.08

How Will You Spend Christmas (Rev. A. W. Nix, Blues, Blues Christmas: 1925-1955)
The Wrong Way To Celebrate Christmas (Rev. Edward Clayborn, Blues, Blues Christmas: 1925-1955)
Christmas Eve (Amy & Karen, Amy & Karen Play 15 "Old Time" Quality Tunes)
Santa Claus (Bo Carter, Blues, Blues Christmas: 1925-1955)
Babe of Bethlehem (The Seeger Sisters, American Folk Songs For Christmas)
God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen (John Fahey, The New Possibility: Christmas With John Fahey)
Christmas & New Year's Blues (Tampa Red, Blues, Blues Christmas: 1925-1955)
Emmanuel (The Watersons, Frost and Fire)

twilight of the vampires

For the Old Mole December 22, 2008.

If there are any pubescent girls in your familiar circles, you may already know about Stephenie Meyer's Twilight series of young adult novels.

RIAA To Shift Tactics

Interesting notes on the RIAA and their War on Us:

Welcome to The Forests of Fennario

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Hi All,

Welcome to the Forests of fennario Blog, from my little corner of the Grateful Dead and Friends' Universe. I'll be posting stuff about stuff at random intervals and, often, coinciding with my on-air appearances. I'll also be posting transcripts of my interviews, as time allows.

This Saturday, 12/20, I will be doing my annual Solstice-time show, with fun and, maybe, some surprises. Tune in from 12-2 PM.

Tune in here, soon, for a transcript of my 7/19/08 interview with Mr. Derek Trucks.

Folk Espresso 11.10.08

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Hop High My Lulu Girl (Dirk Powell, Hand Me Down)
Crapshooter's Hop (New Lost City Ramblers, There Ain't No Way Out)
Shout You Cats (Hezekiah Jenkins, Good For What Ails Ya, VOl. 2: Music of the Medicine Shows)
Bird Feet Feelings (Trialer Bride, High Seas)
Pinball Machine (Split Lip Rayfield, Split Lip Rayfield)
Ain't Nobody's Business (Jimmy Witherspoon, Devil In A Blue Dress)
Chittlin Cookin Time In Cheatham County (Dickel Brothers, Volume 1)
Indian War Whoop (Floyd Ming's Pep Steppers, Mississippi String Bands, Vol.1)
No One Knows My Name (Gillian Welch, Soul Journey)

Rise When the Rooster Crows 12.18

Fiddle Tune  (John Hartford, Live From the Mountain Stage)
Travelin' John  (Beth Wood, Beachcomber's Daughter)
They'll Never Keep Us Down  (Hazel Dickens, Hard Hitting Songs For Hard Hit People)

Bread & Roses Show January 9, 2009 ~ Two Women Writers: Keepers of History

I'll be interviewing two local women writers, Anjala Ehelebe author of Images of America: Portland's Woodlawn Neighborhood and Jewel Lansing author of My Montana: A History and Memoir - 1930-1950.  Anjala takes us through a historic accounting of the Woodlawn neighborhood while Jewel shares with us what life was like growing up in rural Montana.  Both women are true "Keepers of History" and during this segment of Bread & Roses, you’ll hear the process each one went through in writing and publishing their work along with a live reading.
 
Mark your calendar for January 9, 2009 at 6pmPST as I'll be the host of another segment of Bread & Roses. You can also listen online at http://www.kboo.fm/.
 
Cheers ~ Bridget B.
 

Volunteer Updates: Bad weather contingency plans and events in January

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Many thanks to intrepid volunteers who are making it into KBOO through all manner of weather!  If you are unable to make it to a volunteer shift, please call and let us know as soon as you are able, so we can try to cover. For situations involving on-air cancellations during business hours, please call the front desk (503-231-8032) and ask to speak directly with Chris Merrick or myself.  If neither are available, please ask for any staff person.  For very time sensitive urgent situations like this, it is important not to rely on voicemail or email, but to speak with a staff member directly. If it is after hours, and you are unable to make it in for an on-air shift, please call the air room (503-231-8187), and ask for emergency contact information for Chris Merrick or myself. 

KBOO's starting off 2009 with a volunteer appreciation party! We would love for all volunteers to join us in a very special afternoon of celebration, honoring the amazing work you do to make KBOO the great community radio station it is.

The appreciation party will be at Liberty Hall, 311 N. Ivy, on Saturday, January 10th, 1 - 4 PM.  Please check kboo.fm/volunteer for up to date details.

Folk Espresso 12.15.08

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Voyage of the Mechanical Unicorn (The Crow Quill Night Owls, Mechanical Unicorn)
Lina Blues (The Crow Quill Night Owls, Mechanical Unicorn)
I Wonder Where You Are Tonight (John Hartford, Live From the Mountain Stage)
Queen Of the Earth and Child Of the Stars: Roving On Lass (Jody Stecher and Kate Brislin, Our Town)
Haunted Hunter (Billie Maxwell, Juneberry 78s)
Cold Morning Shout (The Yes Yes Boys, Why Say No?)
One Cold December Day (Dick Justice, Juneberry 78s)

An Evening of Afrotainment

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Celeste and An Evening of Afrotainment welcome Bridget B on board!

In search of perfect flow in the aural stream of African diaspora,

this new experiment hopefully won't bore ya. 

Another chef to stir the pot...and keep the vibe and rhythm hot.

Keep ya hoppin', boppin' and soppin' my beat , just like a buscuit with spicy meat.

Share the news, send the link, and tell me and Bridget what you think.

Celeste

 

 

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