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Charles Lloyd w/ Gerald Clayton, Joe Sanders and Kendrick Scott

Charles Lloyd was born March 15, 1938 in Memphis, Tennessee. From an early age, he was immersed in that city's rich musical life and was exposed to jazz. He began playing the saxophone at the age of 9. Pianist Phineas Newborn became his mentor, and took him to Irvin Reason for lessons. Lloyd worked in Phineas Sr.’s band, and from the age of 12 worked as sideman in the blues bands of B.B. King, Howlin’ Wolf, Johnnie Ace, Bobbie “Blue” Bland, and others. His closest friend in high-school was trumpeter, Booker Little.

In the intervening sixty years, Lloyd has become a true giant of the jazz world, playing with Billy Higgins, Don Cherry, Bobby Hutcherson, Chico Hamilton, Keith Jarrett, Jack DeJohnette and many more.

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Inside the Headlines w/ the Newsvandal Fridays 4pm CT


>>The Jobbed Report
Jobs Report Disappoints, Participation Rate Falls to Lowest Since 1977
>>Greco Roamin'
Pressed by Debt Crisis, Doctors Leave Greece in Droves
Why we recommend a NO in the referendum – in 6 short bullet points

>>Add It Up
Alaska's Seal Hunt Lasted Only A Few Days Because It's So Hot
Warming and Overfishing Sent Seabirds Flocking to California
Scientists Baffled Over Unprecedented Warming of Ocean Off Atlantic and Pacific Coasts


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Inside the Headlines w/ the Newsvandal Fridays 4pm CT


Big winner from Obamacare ruling: Health care stocks

>>The Recovery Doesn't Suck. It Just Sucks For You.
CEO pay at US’s largest companies up 54% since recovery began in 2009

>>Collaterally Damaged
Is Iraq worth the fight? After years of war and chaos, its people no longer know

The Many Miseries of Yemeni Families

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June 19-21

Featuring Cyril Neville’s Royal Southern Brotherhood, Elephant Revival, Greg Brown, Pieta Brown, The Pines, Sam Llanas (formerly of the BoDeans), Gipsy Moon, Shook Twins, Ian Moore, Giving Tree Band, Keelan Dimick, Muddy Ruckus, Arthur Lee Land, Chad Elliott, Christopher the Conquered, Dylan Sires & Neighbors, Robert Reeder, Society of Broken Souls, Jefferson Cuunty Green band & dozens more! Click on poster for more info.

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"Inside the Headlines" w/ Newsvandal JP Sottile & James Moore


>>Free Traitors
Why Fast Track Isn’t Free Trade
Fast Track to the Corporate Wish List

>>Funny Money
AP analysis: More 'phony numbers' in reports as stocks rise
States Confront Wide Budget Gaps Even After Years of Recovery

>>Apple Of Your iTunes
Apple Music: The second revolution
Spotify Just Raised Quite a Lot of Money to Take On Apple’s New Music Service

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-tonight-    | CYRIL *  SAM  *  GREG    -tonght-


Music of the FAIRfest Maestros

Cyril NevilleSam LlanasGreg Brown

"Bring two pairs of dancing shoes to FAIRfest cuz you're gonna wear one pair out!"

 Grammy Award winning vocalist Nawlins' favorite son Cyril Neville has been called a philosopher, poet, and one of the last great southern soul singers. His prolific career spans work with the Meters the Neville Brothers, and now the Royal Southern Brotherhood who have a NEW RECORD JUST OUT with Ruf Records recording group. Their third studio album is called “Don’t Look Back: The Muscle Shoals Sessions”. The album was recorded at the legendary FAME Studio in Muscle Shoals and produced by Grammy award winning producer, Tom Hambridge, along with some new talent has created RSB’s best studio effort to date.

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"Inside the Headlines" w/ Newsvandal JP Sottile & James Moore


Gen John Allen>>Passing the Baton... and the Bucks
Gen. Allen: ISIS War to Last 'A Generation or More'
SUMMARY: Costs of War in Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan FY2001-2014 in Billions of Current Dollars

>>Now You See It, Now You Don't
USA Freedom Act Passes: What We Celebrate, What We Mourn, and Where We Go From Here

>>Eyes of the Beholder
Caitlyn Jenner, 65, Is the Oldest Woman to Appear on the Cover of Vanity Fair
Jon Stewart criticizes Jenner coverage: 'Now, your looks are the only thing we care about'

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Nichola Naioti, aka MR NASTIFull tilt boogie today program, a musical & topical safari deluxe on PLANET ERSTWILD!

First up, the amazing Nicholas Naioti, who talks about being MR NASTI, playing in Control, owning the Arbor Bar, what he's got going for FAIRfest Afterparties (and speaking of non-stop boogie, it's a ton of fun!)!

Secondly we speak with Dagmar's beautiful Gemma DagmarCohen and beautiful Miranda Mallard about their brand new amazing release and CD release party this Saturday, June 6th at Phoenix Rising Hall. Beautiful music and a lot of special friends will descend upon the stage for their CD debut party.

Ryan and Bagryan CairnsThirdly, meet Iowa Peace Corps state director Ryan Cairns (pictured with his wife) and St Louis Peace Corps recruiter Joe Zucchini who will inform us about all things Peace Corps. They will have a booth at this year's FAIRfest and can answer any questions you might have about joining the Peace Corps or even finding out more info for future consideration.

And lastly, we bring you, not one, not two, but THREE basses in a menage s twois of basshooded blisscapades recorded last week at Cafe Paparazzi with James Moore, George Foster & Eric Hurlin wielding the axes and David Hurlin on drums. Yep, it's Apocalypso Tantric Noise Choir. No holes barred. Let the Apocalypse begin.

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