Spotify Playlists 3/8/17-3/14/17

Soulful Situation – 3/13/17

Hosted by Rum Cove

From the Dixie-fried sounds of the Southern soul centers of Muscle Shoals, Memphis, New Orleans and Shreveport to the Uptown Rhythm and Blues shots from the Northern cities of Chicago, Detroit, New York and Philadelphia, Rum Cove puts you in a Situation that is Sooo Soulful! Soulful Situation, each Monday afternoon from noon til 2 right here on WTJU.

Reggae Vibrations – (3/11/2017)

Hosted by Goldfinger

The tradition of Roots and Culture in the Old Dominion endures. Set upon the solid foundation of bedrock Nyabinghi chants, syncopated Ska and rumbling Rock Steady, your selectors build the framework of the positive Word, Sound and Power of Reggae. Riddim for the Next Generation each Saturday afternoon from 12 til 2 right here on WTJU…

Garage Sale – (3/11/17)

Hosted by Brother Jimmy B-Side

Brother Jimmy “The Truth” and B-Side host the sleaziest, greasiest, trashiest radio show on the airwaves. Get a Garage, Punk, Rockabilly, Soul and Psychedelic fix by listening to The Garage Sale on Saturday afternoons from 2 to 4. It’s pure psychotic rock radio fury and fun.

Professor Bebop – 3/14/17

Hosted by Professor Bebop

Take a weekly trip into Heptown each Tuesday morning from 9 til noon. Professor Bebop ankles down Swing Street, slips into Blues Alley, checks out the Museum of the Rhythm and the Blues, catches the service at the Cathedral of the Broken Heart and slips down Palpitation Boulevard to Soulville.

Back Up and Push – (3/13/2017)

 Hosted by Annette & Ryan

Ryan and Annette look back at Bluegrass and Old Time tunes of yesteryear, and push forward to the music of today and tomorrow. Along with traditional Bluegrass and Old Time, they’ll throw in some Folk, Local Favorites, plenty of Live In-studio performances, and the latest news of festivals and other venues for live music. So buckle up for the ride on Monday afternoons from 4 til 7 with the best picking and strumming around on Back Up and Push!

The Early Music Show – 

Hosted by Bill Robertson

Imagine hearing the origins of the music of Western civilization! The Early Music Show reaches back to the ancient meditative sacred music and foot tapping dances of the abbeys and troubadours of the first millennium and journeys through seven centuries of music, featuring the friendly madrigals of the Italian and English traditions, sublime motets and music of the Renaissance, Medieval and Baroque eras up to the time of JS Bach – a genre of endless richness and variety. Imagine, and then join us for music of centuries gone by, every Monday evening from 7 til 9 on the Early Music Show.

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