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Songs To Keep In A Vase

Courtesy Flowers of America

Monday, March 9

Videorama is the debut release from Flowers of America (FOA), the new solo project of Elk City vocalist Renée LoBue. We’ll hear selections from that release as well as music from Elk City’s Souls in Space.

Credit Courtesy William Bloom
'Songs to Keep in a Vase' from William Bloom

Tuesday, March 10

We’ll hear music from Listen, the new release from Nashville-based singer-songwriter Kyshona Armstrong, who performs under the name Kyshona. Plus, music from Songs To Keep In A Vase by William Bloom.

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WIll Sexton's 'Don't Walk the Darkness'

Wednesday, March 11

Don’t Walk the Darkness is the new release from singer-songwriter Will Sexton and his first album since suffering a stroke in 2009. We’ll hear music from that release plus selections from Red Tail, the debut solo album from Trampled By Turtles’ Dave Simonett.

Thursday, March 12

The Fight is the new release by critically-acclaimed Brooklyn duo Overcoats. Listen for music from that as well as songs from Fruition’s Broken At The Break of Day.

Friday, March 13

Listen for music from The Slow Rush, the latest by Tame Impala as well as songs from A Deeper Understanding the 2017 release from The War on Drugs.

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Cream's 'Goodbye Tour: 1968'

Saturday, March 14

Goodbye Tour: Live 1968 is a new four-disc boxed set from the British supergroup featuring Eric Clapton, Ginger Baker and Jack Bruce. The set features material from the band’s 1968 farewell tour of the U.S. as well as its final appearance at the Royal Albert Hall in November of that year. (The band did reunite briefly in 2005.) We’ll hear music from that collection as well as songs from Jimi Hendrix’s 1970 set Band of Gypsys.

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.