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- Icon Art Radio - 20100815 - Baseball

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- Life & Debt - Foreclosure Mills

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Sharon Bousquet

It was a blast having Sharon Bousquet in the studio, hearing her new poems (which totally kick the proverbial @#$%, by the way) and hearing her mesmerizing way with the guitar and voice. New poems, new songs, great company. Grab a scone and a cup of coffee and tune in to some fine music AND poetry, and find out what Sharon has been up to lately.

Sharon Bousquet is an award-winning songwriter/fingerstyle guitarist, and a seminar leader of The Singing Body – a system combining yoga, singing, breath and integrative movement to free your natural voice.


With 5 CDs to her credit spanning a stylistic range from contemporary folk to pop to bluesy a cappella rants, Bousquet's work continues to deepen and reward repeat listening.

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James Moore speaks with Anya Petrova about the upcoming Fairfield Film Festival, a 5-month film series that asks Fairfield  to think global.

Mike Ragogna's 2.0 - 20100812 - Rosanne Cash

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Rosanne Cash

 

On Thursday, August 19 at 1pm CST, Mike Ragogna interviews country music singer/songwriter Rosanne Cash. She discusses her life, music, and new book, Composed: A Memoir, just released last week. Rosanne, daughter of country music legend, Johnny Cash, has gone on to great critical and commercial success on her own. Also, interviewed is Steve Berlin of seminal rock band Los Lobos.

Note that Mike Ragogna's web archives do not contain the music from the originally aired program in order to comply with copywrite laws.

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Al Jardine

Beach Boy Al Jardine talkis about his new CD "A Postcard from California." Joining Al on this record are Brian Wilson, Neil Young, Steve Miller, Stephen Stills, and David Crosby.

Note that Mike Ragogna's web archives do not contain the music from the originally aired program in order to comply with copywrite laws.

Mike Ragogna's 2.0 - 20100811 - Tom Jones

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Listen Tuesday at 8am rebroadcast of Tom Jones, the 60's Welsh international sensation, who has a new gospel release out. Jones turns to his roots with this record and Mike, as always, uses his endearing style combined with musician/music biz insights to deliver world class interviews. New material from both releases will be presented.

Note that Mike Ragogna's web archives do not contain the music from the originally aired program in order to comply with copywrite laws.

- Great Taste - 20100811 - Beth Howard

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Beth HowardKathy's Peach PieTo write that Beth Howard loves pie is not telling the true story.  As we see it, she is a pie fanatic and that's good because Beth views pie as a means to making the world a more peaceful place.  She says, "Pie represents comfort, purity and simplicity, it's the perfect antidote to today's highly stressed-out world."

Beth is an Iowa native coming back to the state to judge 22 categories of pie-making beginning August 13 at the Iowa State Fair.  Whether it's apple pie, French silk, savory or oh-my it's peach pie, Beth will eat her way through hundreds of entries during the Fair's 10-day run.

Born in Ottumwa, Beth got her start baking pies in a most unlikely fashion.  Also, her pie fixation has helped her through some trying times.  Join us on this week's episode of Great Taste to hear about Beth's pie journey and how it's lead her back to the state of her birth.

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Big River, Way Off Broadway's final musical of their summer season, is opening Friday, August 13 over at The Sondheim Center. Big River is the musical adaptation of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn with a score by country music legend, Roger Miller.

I spoke with the director Adam Cates, the musical director, Mark Hanson, and cast member, Mike Ragogna about their upcoming production and the history of this musical. 

- 20100810 - Planet Erstwild - Tommy Castro

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4-times BMA award winner blues musician Tommy Castro talks with James Moore from the road about his nascent career, recent European jog through Norway, his brand of songwriting, grooving band and much more.

His latest release Hard Believer, produced by John Porter, who has worked with B.B. King, Elvis Costello, Buddy Guy, Keb Mo, The Smiths, Otis Rush, Billy Bragg, and Roxy Music, has garnered rave reviews. The band plays 150-200 gigs a year all across the US and Europe.

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