Tune in to the Musician’s Show Wednesday, February 22 from 6:00-9:00 PM EST for an interview with tenor saxophonist James Brandon Lewis. James has shared stages with icons including Benny Golson, Geri Allen, Wallace Roney, Dorinda Clark Cole, as well as Weather Report bassist Alphonso Johnson, William Parker, Gerald Cleaver, Charles Gayle, Ed Shuller, Kirk Knuffke, Jason Hwang , Marilyn Crispell, Ken Filiano, Cooper Moore, Darius Jones, Eri...
Tune in to Live Constructions Sunday, February 19 from 10:00-11:00 PM EST to hear a live in-studio performance with cellist Amanda Gookin. Gookin will be premiering her Forward Music Project, which aims at encouraging social change and empowerment for women and girls, at the National Sawdust on March 1.
Tune in to Studio A, Sunday, February 19 from 9:00-10:00 PM EST for a live, in-studio reading and interview with poet Diana Delgado. Delgado received her MFA in Poetry from Columbia University and a BA in Poetry from University of California, Riverside. Her poetry chapbook, Late-Night Talks With Men I Think I Trust, selected by Cornelius Eady, won the Center for Book Arts 2015 Poetry Chapbook Competition. Her poetry has appeared in Ploughshares, Ninth Letter, The
Tune in for this week's Middle Eastern Influences (12am-1am on Friday, February 17th, late Thursday night) for an in-studio interview with Brooklyn-based artist, Alsarah, from her group, Alsarah & the Nubatones. Just concluding an East Coast tour, Alsarah sat down with In All Languages programmer, Dominique Groffman, to listen to the group's highly-acclaimed 2016 album on Wonderwheel Recordings, Manara, talk about buying first