Caravan

Airs Friday, November 18, 2016 at 9 p.m. A 40th anniversary celebration and exploration of "Blood on the Tracks," the Bob Dylan album voted his best in a Rolling Stone magazine fan survey.

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Airs Friday, November 11, at 9 p.m. REPEAT - As the Rolling Stones mark their 50th anniversary this year, we join the celebration with a public radio special from award-winning producer Paul Ingles. It's called "Got Blues If You Want It! A Rolling Stones Special". The program is exclusively devoted to an exploration of the blues and rhythm & blues roots of The Rolling Stones.

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Airs Friday, November 4, at 9 p.m. This week we'll open with a tribute to Guy Clarke titled "You Should Know Guy Clarke," and we'll follow with Ten For Glenn, a remembrance of Glenn Fry and then we'll close the program by taking the long way home with music by Daniel Lanois, Robbie Robertson, Keith Bear, The Damnations, Issa Bagayogo, The Cowboy Junkies, and Rose Polenzani.

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Airs Friday, October 28, at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we open with a rockin' blues filled hour featuring the Memphis Rockabilly Band, the Chicago Rhythm & Blues Kings, Son House, and Erin McKeown, along with Henry Gray, Arthur Adams & BB King, Deborah Coleman, and George "Harmonica" Smith. Then, in our concert hour, from Miami Florida, it's Amy Carol Web live at the Sunday Sampler Concert series, and in our final hour we visit The Plateaux of Mirror with tracks from The Wailin Jennys, Alice Coltrane, Phosphorescent, Violet, Brian Eno & Harold Budd, and Poi Dog Pondering.

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Airs Friday, October 21. at 9 p.m. This week on the Caravan we'll start out moody and end up bluesy with tracks from the Rolling Stones, Warren Wilken, Buddy Flett, Daniel Lanois, The Amboy Dukes and a touch of the Allman Brothers as well. Then in our concert hour, blues man and Reverend Gary Davis protégé Roy Bookbinder takes the stage at the Fur Peace Ranch and this week in our final hour we look for secret poets.

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