Vivid Muses, Names Remembered
Monday, February 10
Released in 1989, Good Evening saw singer-songwriter Marshall Crenshaw deliver a series of originals alongside covers from artists such as Richard Thompson and John Hiatt. The album includes the Diane Warren-penned song “Some Hearts” which was a 2005 hit for Carrie Underwood. We’ll hear selections from that release as well as songs from Freedy Johnston’s Never Home.
Tuesday, February 11
Released in 2013, The Muse was the fifth album from The Wood Brothers. Listen for selections from that as well as songs from David Crosby’s 1971 solo debut, If I Could Only Remember My Name.
Wednesday, February 12
We’ll hear music from Kira Small’s 2010 album Raise My Voice as well as selections from Lilly Hiatt’s Trinity Lane.
Thursday, February 13
Released in 1988, Living Colour’s debut album Vivid was notable for the inclusion of the radio hits “Cult of Personality” and “Open Letter (To a Landlord).” Listen for songs from that album as well as selections by Pearl Jam, Guided By Voices and John Moreland.
Friday, February 14
It’s our annual Valentine’s Day celebration with music from The Haden Triplets, Aimee Mann and Jason Isbell.