Tuesday, February 06, 2007

Tuesday 8:00 Buzz - 2/6/2007

This continues my effort to chronicle the guests and topics covered on the Stan Woodard's Tuesday 8:00 Buzz on WORT-FM

Today's Show

First Guest: Peniel Joseph Professor in the Department of Africana Studies at SUNY Stony Brook and Author of Waiting 'Til the Midnight Hour - A Narrative History of Black Power in America (Non-Fiction). A Henry Holt book.

Second Guest: Hannah John Taylor Co-Owner of Madison Center for the Cultural and Creative Arts talking about the center and it's upcoming Freedom Fest.

Third Guest: Stephen Shames Photographer and Editor of The Black Panthers (Non-Fiction). An Aperture book.

Musical Breaks:

  1. Spinners Could It Be I'm Falling In Love from Could It Be I'm Falling In Love
  2. Maghostut Trio Talkin' to You from Live at Last

  • February 15 - 18, 2007 - Freedom Fest at Madison Center for the Cultural and Creative Arts - a four-day festival of live improvisational and inspirational music. World-class artists from Midwest and East Coast America featuring Sonny Fortune New York Quartet and with performances by First Liberation Saxophone Choir, the Joan Wildman Trio, the Hanah Jon Taylor Artet, the Roscoe Mitchell Quartet, a solo performance by Professor Richard Davis, the Steve Nelson-Rainey Trio from Milwaukee, a special concert by the Madison High School All-Star Jazz Ensemble and a Sunday Gospel Sing-Out.

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