Charles Warren

Charlie Warren - while backpacking the Wind River Range / Charlie Warren

Airs Friday, October 13, 2017, at 9 p.m. An extensive journal of the life and music of one of the most creative and popular performers of the late 20th Century. John Denver's music and comments about his life as a songwriter and performer, as revealed in interviews and his songs. Includes top hit recordings and those less familiar, but revealing, meaningful, and sometimes humorous. We're also reminded of his life as a husband, father, environmentalist, and adventurer. In our second hour we'll share Ten More From David: A David Bowie Appreciation, and in our final hour we'll share a New Angel Song.

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Airs Tuesday, July 4, 2017, at 8 p.m. Music and comments that take your listeners into the heart of America, including a powerful presentation of our 200+ year old national anthem. Familiar and forgotten songs, many not normally associated with Independence Day, that highlight the people, issues, and ideas that create America, supported by insightful commentary. After the program introduction, you'll hear a dramatic rendition of The Star Spangled Banner, accompanied by rare facts about the origin of its words and music.

Charlie Warren - while backpacking the Wind River Range / Charlie Warren

Airs Friday, April 14, 2017, at 9 p.m. An extensive journal of the life and music of one of the most creative and popular performers of the late 20th Century. John Denver's music and comments about his life as a songwriter and performer, as revealed in interviews and his songs.  Includes top hit recordings and those less familiar, but revealling, meaningful, and sometimes humorous.  We're also reminded of his life as a husband, father, environmentalist, and adventurer.

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Airs Monday, September 5 at 9 p.m. From mining to manufacturing, housework to ranching, hear surprising information about the labor movement, the return of overseas jobs, U.S. manufacturing, employment, and the auto industry, plus quitting, firing, and hiring, all highlighted by songs about unusual, tough, and dangerous jobs. Music about work and workers in a variety of genres: soft rock, bluegrass, country, bebop, folk, show tunes, and more, plus a classic comedy bit by George Carlin.