Death Valley Radio is a format-free program for the musically curious.
Death Valley Radio can be heard on Tuesdays at 8:00 PM ET on WNTI.
Program 1,050 features soul streets (Wilson Pickett, Eddie Floyd, Linda Lyndell, Salt-N-Pepa with En Vogue); music from and about Tunisia (Bargou 08, Gang Starr); trombonist John Yao's Triceratops, a quintet featuring saxophonists Billy Drewes and Jon Irabagon; pianists Marc Copland, Randy Weston, Norah Jones and Kris Davis; guitarists Pat Irwin, Tony Wilson and Jon Stickley; "Continental Divide," an epic work written by American composer Daniel Lentz; Irish and English melodies (Martin Hayes and Brooklyn Rider, Martin Simpson, Caoimhín Ó Raghallaigh & Thomas Bartlett); and something new from Baguette Quartette and the Swedish trio Väsen.
That's Death Valley Radio, where the party never ends....
"No pain unless necessary, but if necessary, pain." — Aunt Lydia, Margaret Atwood's The Testaments
Death Valley Radio is dedicated to the memory of my wife Valerie. And sometimes I miss Maria Alessandra more than words can say.
|© 1998-2019 Ron Alden / Last Updated: 29 October 2019|
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