Pic: Bennie Moten & His Kansas City Orchestra
Click here for the mixcloud of yesterday’s Gramophoney Baloney, it’s all recordings 1918-1947 connected with people whose images appear on the cover of The Beatles’ Sgt Pepper’s Lonley Hearts Club Band LP cover, including some by Shirley Temple Black (1928-2014) who passed away last Monday
Save Our Station! A benefit to keep KPOO 89.5 FM on the air!
March 1 at 12:00pm until March 2 at 12:00am
Bluesman, KPOO’s own Bobbie ‘Spider’ Webb, (pictured above) who’ll be performing live, along with MJ’s Brass Boppers & Blue Bone Express during next month’s fundraiser at 7 Mile House, Bar.
DJ sets from DJ Lamont of KPOO’s Fingersnaps Music Salon.
Co-Hosted by KPOO’s Marilyn Fowler and Donald E. Lacy Jr.
Games, raffle, food, music, bake sale and dancing ALL DAY!
A Live Broadcast on KPOO 89.5 FM and KPOO.com 4-8 PM.
Suggested donation: $10
The bar will also be donating half of its profits made during the event to KPOO
To donate prizes for raffle:
Phone: 415 346 5373
Pic: Chick Webb
This is a kind of ‘greatest hits’ of early Louisiana Cajun recording artists of the 1920s. It features Joseph Falcon & Cleoma Breaux, Soileau & Robin, the Segura Brothers, the Walker Brothers, and Amede Ardoin & Dennis McGee in some characteristically fun and beautiful songs and dance tunes.
Photo: Pete Seeger - 1940s
"Folk Music in America" is a series of 15 LP records published by the Library of Congress between 1976 and 1978 to celebrate the bicentennial of the American Revolution. It was curated by librarian/collector-cum-discographer Richard K. Spottswood, and funded by a grant by the National Endowment…
Oops! the Mixcloud I posted yesterday had the wrong soundfile attached, how embarrassing! So…
Photo: Hot Lips Page - whose birthday was yesterday