Cultural, Community, Information

9:00pm

Fri February 17, 2012
Cultural, Community, Information

Buddy Guy: Can't Quit the Blues

Buddy Guy

Airs Friday, February 17 at 9:00 p.m.   A music intensive radio special features legendary bluesman Buddy Guy in his own words and music. Buddy Guy's own comments come from an exclusive interview session, and include many recollections and insights that will heard on your station for the first time.

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7:00pm

Fri February 17, 2012
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Human Kind: Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter

Rubin ‘Hurricane’ Carter

Airs Friday, February 17 at 7:00 p.m. Memorialized in a Bob Dylan song and an Academy Award nominated Denzel Washington film, Rubin “Hurricane” Carter was a successful prize fighter, who was falsely accused of murder. After nearly two decades in prison, Carter was exonerated by a federal judge (also heard in our documentary) in a ruling later affirmed by the US Supreme Court.

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8:00pm

Thu February 16, 2012
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Savannah Music Festival - The Clayton Brothers Part 1

The Clayton Brothers

Airs, Thursday, February 16 at 8:00 p.m.  In 2009, brothers Jeff and John Clayton brought their band to the Savannah Music Festival to perform and to participate in Swing Central, SMF's annual high school jazz band workshop and competition. They were joined on stage by John's son, pianist Gerald Clayton, trumpeter Terrell Stafford and drummer Obed Calvaire. Part one of this two-hour radio show features the Clayton Brothers live in the Charles H. Morris Center.

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11:00am

Thu February 16, 2012
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Carnegie Hall Live: Leif Ove Andsnes in Concert

Leif Ove Andsnes

Airs Thursday, February 16 at 11:00 a.m.

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9:00pm

Wed February 15, 2012
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Zydeco Nation

Airs Wednesday, February 15 at 9:00 p.m.  Zydeco Nation is an hour-long, music-rich documentary that tells the story about an epic chapter in modern American history. Starting during World War II, French-speaking Louisiana Creoles began moving across the country to Northern California in search of both jobs and freedom. They were part of the Great Migration: the movement of six million African Americans from the Jim Crow South to the big cities of the West, North, and Midwest starting in 1915.

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