On Air

Sunday Street playlist for 02/16/2014

ArtistTitleAlbum (* = New Release)
Opening Set
Jesse WinchesterSnowJesse Winchester
John GorkaHoled Up Mason CityBright Side of Down*
James KeelaghanGet To YouA Recent Future
Fountains of WayneValley Winter SongWelcome Interstate Managers
Set # 2
John GorkaShe's That Kind of MysteryBright Side of Down*
Bill MorrisseyBoston EyesThe Essential Collection
Bill Morrissey and Greg BrownAin't Life A BrookFriend of Mine
Garnet RogersShadows on the WaterSummer's End*
Set # 3
Garnet RogersA Fireside ChatSummer's End*
Greg BrownBlues Go WalkingCovenant
Mose AllisonEver Since I Stole The BluesMy Backyard
Set # 4
Poor AngusSomething I Can't SeeGathering*
More Than A SongMeaning to LifeMore Than A Song
Amy SpeaceThe Fortunate OnesHow To Sleep In a Stormy Boat*
The Sea The SeaLove We Are We LoveLove We Are We Love*
Miles To DaytonLittle BrotherPass It On
Set # 5
Lake Street DiveBetter ThanBad Self Portraits*
Lake Street DiveRadio AnimalBad Self Portraits*
Graham ParkerI Want You BackAnthology
Jackie WilsonHigher and HigherGreatest Hits
Pesky J. NixonTalk About HeavenRed Ducks
Set # 6
The WaymoresWay MoreThe Waymores*
The WaymoresSinging Like A ByrdThe Waymores*
The ByrdsFull CircleThere Is A Season
Poor Old ShineSweet Virginia LeeLive at Infinity Hall
Set # 7
Warren ZevonJohnny Strikes Up The BandExcitable Boy
Warren Zevonexcerpt from interviewPreludes
Warren ZevonKeep Me In Your HeartThe Wind
Warren ZevonKnockin' On Heaven's DoorThe Wind
Bob DylanMutineerEnjoy Every Sandwich

Lots of new releases on today's program along with a visit from Bill Herman of Paradiddle Records to announce a benefit concert at The University Cafe on Saturday, April 5th at 8 P.M. "Keep Me In Your Heart: A Long Island Musicians' Tribute to Warren Zevon" will feature a host of area musicians sharing interpretations of well-known and lesser-known Zevon songs. Information at www.universitycafe.org

The concert will benefit WUSB-FM and help with the expenses associated with repairing our damaged transmitter. Recent storms have had their impact on the transmitter and as a consequence, our signal has been reduced dramatically. It is unlikely the University will assist us with this cost so we need to raise these funds by ourselves. Hopefully, our listeners will come to our rescue.