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Tell Me I’m Pretty, Paper Wheels And Emperors Of Medieval Japan

Monday, January 18

Tell Me I’m Pretty is the latest release from Cage The Elephant. We’ll hear selections from that recording as well as music from our Best of 2015 list.

Tuesday, January 19

Listen for music from Sonic Youth, Los Lobos and Tom Petty and The Heartbreakers, all acts represented on our Best Music-Related Books of 2015

Wednesday, January 20

Lisa Ronson is the daughter of legendary guitarist Mick Ronson. In 2015 the younger Ronson released the album Emperors of Medieval Japan. We’ll hear selections from that recording as a well as selections from her father’s classic album Slaughter on 10th Avenue.

Thursday, January 21

Listen for selections from Stop Time by Jon Regen and Faithful and Tall by Angela Parrish.

Friday, January 22 

Half Past Present Pending is the 2015 release from Kansas-born and Oregon-based musician Mike Coykendall. We’ll hear selections from that as well as music from Blitzen Trapper’s All Across This Land

Saturday, January 23

Trey Anastasio is a founding member of the Vermont band Phish but in recent years his solo albums have seen him delve into a variety of styles with superior results. We’ll hear from his most recent album Paper Wheels as well as Widespread Panic’s 2015 effort Street Dogs.

Monday, January 25

Listen for music from David Bowie’s latest recording Blackstar as well as music from the 2015 self-titled release by Reeves Gabrels and His Imaginary Friends. 

Tuesday, January 26

Listen for selections from The Deepest Lake, the 2015 release by Dengue Fever and selections from The Pents, Jenny Wood and The Femeline and others.

Wednesday, January 27

Something More Than Free is the universally acclaimed 2015 release from singer-songwriter Jason Isbell. Listen for selections from this recording as well as music from Son Volt’s Trace

  Thursday, January 28

2015 saw the passing of Yes co-founder Chris Squire. Squire was the only member of the band who remained with the group throughout all the band’s various lineups. We’ll remember him on this episode of the show with selections from a variety of projects he was involved with.

Friday, January 29

We’ll hear selections from The Magic World by The Wonder Revolution as well as music from 2015 releases by The World Palestine.

Saturday, January 30

Listen for selections from our February featured artists, Turnpike Troubadours and John Moreland.

Jedd Beaudoin is host/producer of the nationally syndicated program Strange Currency. He has also served as an arts reporter, a producer of A Musical Life and a founding member of the KMUW Movie Club. As a music journalist, his work has appeared in Pop Matters, Vox, No Depression and Keyboard Magazine.