Radio Show 126 Thursday September 10, 2015 9-11PM Eastern US Time WBKM.ORG
Words by Tim Lewis.
I just got back from doing my local music radio show on internet only WBKM.org. I highlighted some of the great music in town last week, some of the great music coming up this week, some music to say goodbye and some music to say thank you.
Song before the recording: Weeping Willow – Persian Claws
From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. It’s a beautiful night in the Queen city and there is a ton of stuff happening this weekend. Grace Potter is filling the waterfront with killer local and national bands Saturday and Sunday. It’s Pride week. The Art Hop is happening in the South End. Before I get to all the great stuff coming up, I want to mention a show I caught last week. Rue Mevlana put on a truly stunning spectacle of stage and music. They wove casual and classic stories with a hypnotic light and image show. Here is a hint of what the music was like.
1.) Hermaphroditus – Rue Mevlana 2.) Empty Frequency – Rue Mevlana 3.) Magenta Man – Rue Mevlana
That show was beyond words, which is unusual for me. OK, Grace is bringing a few national bands this weekend, but here are some wonderful local bands who will be there too.
Four really cool songs from four really cool bands who are all going to play great shows this weekend on the waterfront. Tomorrow at the Art Hop these bands are playing at Arts Riot and nearby.
I saw Prince once (thanks Kevin Joseph Ryan) and he was amazing, Unfortunately, Prince is not actually playing the Art Hop. However, a bunch of local musicians, with Craig Mitchell singing, will play a show called Operation Prince. It should be a wild time. The other three are playing at Arts Riot and that will be a great time as well. A little farther down Pine st, these next three bands are playing at Zero Gravity Brewery. The singer for the first band was also part of the Rue show.
Black Rabbit have a new drummer and are ready to rock us hard. BB rock hard too. The Toes are so delightfully quirky, and rock hard too. I’ve seen this next band several times in town and am always blown away. They are a killer rock band and two of the nicest people you could ever hope to meet. I’m so psyched for their show next Wednesday at The Monkey House.
15.) Intro – Slingshot Dakota 16.) May Day – Slingshot Dakota 17.) Wave – Slingshot Dakota 18.) Grudge – Slingshot Dakota
I just saw that song on bandcamp and really liked it. Wave is a killer song from the first album. The first two are from the second. I can’t wait to see you Carly Comando and Tom Patterson!! OK, it’s time to play the last song on the stunning album JV. I guess I have to start a new album next week.
19.) Statistik – The Mountain Says No 20.) I Don’t Know How To Love Him – Jesus Christ Superstar 21.) Superstar – Jesus Christ Superstar
The Mountain Says No are playing the Art Hop on Saturday, so if you like that song, Go Check Them Out! I played the two songs from Jesus Christ Superstar in honor of my father, who died suddenly on Tuesday. That was, maybe, the only music that we both really loved. It’s hard knowing that he will never be there again, while wondering where, if anywhere, he is now. It’s been a long few days, but there have been so many wonderful people sending good thoughts that I can feel the love being sent to me and my mom and brother. I want to just play some of the music that has inspired me and made me feel love. Do not be offended if your music was not played, I’m just grasping for any lifelines that I think of. I don’t have enough time in the show to grasp even a third. I love you all for how you have helped and know we will all be there for anyone going through such a tough time. I want to start with a song from a man who’s love even radiates through social media posts. Last week I saw Joe Adler, who recently lost his father, talk about seeing a bird every time someone has died, and feeling like their soul might be in the bird. I don’t have the song Little Bird to play, so let’s start with the above mentioned, love radiating, Aaron Flinn.
I want to thank you indeed. Thanks for all the kind words, all of you. Life is full of joy and pain and dad always wanted to help the downtrodden. I think this song is highly appropriate.
I always got such a timeless feeling from that song. Thanks Matt Hutton. Thanks Phil Yates, and OMG thank you Raph Worrick. Thanks Rebecca Rogers, Diane Sullivan, and make sure you send lots of love to Ornan McLean and his family, because they need it too! Amanda Gustafson, Eric Olsen, you’ve been fantastic. OK, here is another song that I’ve just always loved and really want to play.
I just love that song too. I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?
I always play a Fish song after my show, because I love his music and his ideas and his fantastic way of expressing them through his very intense lyrics. This week I just got an album I’ve been waiting for and just love this song. I don’t have to be up early so I can hang out a bit later tonight, so let’s go.
recording ends, music keeps playing
The Show Must Go On – Queen Why Does Love Got To Be So Bad – Bob Wagner and the Book ‘Em Blues Band Child In Time – Deep Purple Margaret – Marillion Parisian Walkways – Greg Lake with Gary Moore The Next Instead – Swale TFAY – Elephants of Scotland Another Murder Of A Day – Fish and Tony Banks Murder – David Gilmour Flood Of Sunshine – The Posies Catch The Rainbow – Rainbow Bad Oasis – farm On And On – Michael Schenker Group / Temple Of Rock The Bomb – The Mountain Says No What’s In California? – Joshua Glass Music Dear God – Kat Wright & The Indomitable Soul Band regular programming
This post was originally published by Tim Lewis at his personal blog, https://timstriangletribune.wordpress.com.