Words & Music From Studio A
Monday through Thursday at 9 P.M. on WFUV (90.7 FM, wfuv.org)
(Take Five, a 5-minute version of each evening’s interview, airs every day at 7:40 A.M. and 4:45 P.M. and is available to download as podcast at www.wfuv.org/audio/podcast )
Tuesday, February 1st—The man with the giant voice known as The White Buffalo will join The Alternate Side’s Russ Borris to talk blues and rock & roll.
Wednesday February 2nd—Multi-talented singer-songwriter Sonya Kitchell joins Sunday Breakfast host John Platt in the studio before her Rockwood Music Hall show on February 9th.
Thursday, February 3rd—Former New Pornographer Neko Case talks to FUV Music Morning host Claudia Marshall before taking the stage at two NY-area concerts—Westha.m.pton Beach Performing Arts Center on February 5th and the Bell House on February 6th.
Friday, February 4th—Toronto’s Dia.m.ond Rings, aka John O, heads to the WFUV studios to chat with The Alternate Side’s Alisa Ali about his modern brand of gla.m. rock.
Monday February 7th—Texan, songwriter and constant performer Alejandro Escovedo sits down with Claudia Marshall before his big 60th birthday show at City Winery.
Tuesday. February 8th—Grammy-winning jazz great Kurt Elling joins WFUV Music Director Rita Houston to talk about the release of his new album, “The Gate," followed by an FUV Live concert from Avatar Studios.
Wednesday, February 9th—Lissie, the folk rocker Paste Magazine called the best new solo artist of 2010 talks to Alisa Ali. The interview is followed by Lissie’s recent Hiro Ballroom concert.
Thursday, February 10th—New Yorker and long-time FUV favorite Nellie McKay sits down with her early champion, Rita Houston, to talk about music and life before her show at Tilles Center for the Performing Arts on February 12th. Followed by FUV Live: Nellie McKay from City Winery.
Friday, February, 11th—Erland and The Carnival, the London folk rock supergroup comprised of Simon Tong, Gawain Erland Cooper and David Nock, join Alisa Ali for an interview and performance session.
Monday, February 14th—British-American folk prince Teddy Thompson talks to Claudia Marshall on Valentine’s Day.
Tuesday, February 15th—Mountain Man, which is actually three women, come to Studio A for a chat with Rita Houston.
Wednesday, February 16th—Philadelphia band Dr. Dog make it to New York to play Terminal 5 on February 18th, but first they talk to WFUV’s Claudia Marshall.
Thursday, February 17th—Alt-country forefathers The Jayhawks join longtime fan Rita Houston for an interview and performance session.
Friday, February 18th—Avant-pop disco experimenters The Hundreds In The Hands talk to the equally avant Alisa Ali.
WFUV (90.7 FM, wfuv.org) is a non-commercial, listener-supported public radio station, licensed to Fordham University for more than 60 years. Serving the New York area as well as an international audience on the web, and a leader in contemporary music radio, WFUV is Rock & Roots Radio, offering an eclectic mix of rock, singer-songwriters, blues, world and other music, plus headlines from National Public Radio and local news.
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