Mister Radio

Mister Radio

"Mister Radio" invites you to participate from the comfort of your own home. "Mister Radio" will interview you about anything: politics, education, religion, science, industry or the arts. So, if you’d like to share your life with a short phone interview please let "Mister Radio" know by emailing him at misterradio2020@gmail.com.

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May 30, 2021 32 min
"Mister Radio" is now booking guests for Season Two. The original “Mister Radio” Podcasts started circa 1990. Currently on hiatus, every now and then we will reach into the vaults for an old show from way back when. On this show we will reach into the vaults for selections from the 2013 Texas Road Trip. Starting off with Bo Porter on guitar and vocals and Jimmy Lee Jones on guitar playing at at the Picker Circle in Lucken...
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"Mister Radio" is now booking guests for Season Two. The original “Mister Radio” Podcasts started circa 1990. Currently on hiatus, every now and then we will reach into the vaults for an old show from way back when. On this show we will reach into the vaults for a 2001 Jam Band album that Y107’s Joey Black reviewed with "They got the jam band feel down" and Jeff Burger from GetMusic commented "It's impress...
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On this show we will reach into the vaults for an interview with jazz saxophonist, the late John Lee Krasnow. "Mister Radio" is now booking guests for Season Two. The original “Mister Radio” Podcasts started circa 1990. Currently on hiatus, every now and then we will reach into the vaults for an old show from way back when. Remember, "Mister Radio" invites you to participate from the comfort of your own home where...
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Today’s guest grew up in El Paso, Texas where, in his own words, “the desert southwest and the mountains of southern New Mexico left an indelible impression on his soul.” The recipient of six Texas Music Awards, including "Song of the Year" for the title cut on his album “Find Your Shine” he was also a New Folk Finalist at the Kerrville Folk Festival in 2000. It was 2013 when I first became fully immersed in the Texas Musi...
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May 3, 2021 34 min
Awarded the 2012 United States Artists Friends Fellow in recognition of the excellence of his work today’s guest has been an inspiration to many other progressive musicians. He has been playing the banjo since 1963 and worked on the soundtrack for “Driving Miss Daisy”. His 2007 album, “Double Banjo Bluegrass Spectacular”, featured appearances by Steve Martin, Earl Scruggs, and many other banjo luminaries. The recipient of two Inter...
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April 26, 2021 30 min
A folksinger from “The Gentle Isle”, Prince Edward Island, who learned to play by ear at an early age and was immersed in a culture of family kitchen parties and by age 13 was performing professionally on stage. His connection to Maritime folk music dates back to the efforts of his great-grandparents who where preservers of folklore in Prince Edward Island. Today he is carrying the torch forward with his own songs, inspired by rura...
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April 19, 2021 30 min
Today’s guest is a Swedish singer-songwriter living in Visby, the capital city of the magical Swedish island of Gotland. She has made regular appearances in TV and Radio and has roots in Americana, folk and pop, writing music for herself as well as other artists. In 1993 her first single Oktoberbarn (October Child) made it perfectly clear that she was an extraordinary talent, and the single made it to the Swedish Top Ten. She has s...
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April 12, 2021 30 min
808, Auto-Tune, Bars, Beat, Beatbox, Bite, Boom bap, Break, Cypher, Diss, DJ, Emcee, Flow, Freestyle, Hook, Mixtape, Rap, Remix, Rhyme, Sample, Spit, Swing, Vibe and Wack. Welcome to the world of Hip-Hop. Heritage Hip-Hop currently has over one hundred episodes available for download on the iTunes podcast platform and according to it’s web site it is “The Podcast that celebrates the Hip-Hop Culture by celebrating the stories behin...
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April 5, 2021 30 min
Today’s guest has been a guitarist with the rhythm and blues group Genesis III, the Jimmy James Jazz Orchestra and has performed as a freelance member of various New York society orchestras. In addition to teaching music, he currently has students from ages 7 to 70, he has also been the guitarist for vocalist Carmen John as well as a classical guitarist for the “From Bach to Broadway” ensembles. A solo guitarist throughout the New ...
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March 29, 2021 30 min
As a New York freelance musician, today’s guest has played more gigs and, in more situations, than he could possibly ever list, but moving to New York in the early 80's a lot of young players started gigging in the Latin circuit which was huge at that time. A player could work with multiple Latin groups and multiple gigs in one night, often not finishing before the sun came up. It was through these gigs that he met many players...
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March 22, 2021 30 min
Today’s guest has won six Grammy awards and eight Grammy nominations including an award for , “Best Album Notes for Bird - The Complete Charlie Parker On Verve. Frank Foster has called him "a walking jazz history book". Early in his career he managed the Basie alumni band, The Countsmen and for 17 years ran the Jazz at The West End jazz room on Broadway at 114th St in New York City. He attended Columbia University and durin...
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March 15, 2021 30 min
Todays guest is from from Wilton, New Hampshire and has been playing and sharing her love of the Appalachian dulcimer for over 25 years. Over the years she has led many workshops at festivals in New England and New York. Today’s guest is also a contra dancer, caller, and dance organizer but her greatest joy comes from bringing people together around music. For her dulcimer students, whom she is now teaching on Zoom, her goal is to ...
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March 8, 2021 30 min
Kip Ferguson is a singer of traditional songs and writes and performs original acoustic music as a member of the duo Coyote Bleux. He lives in New Hampshire and together with long-time musical collaborators and friends Kevin Meyers and Sandy Lafleur is a founder of the Celtic Camping Ceilidh. Kevin Meyers was the Duty Piper for all the Celtic Camping Ceilidh and Sandy Lafleur was the "Seisiun Mum" and one of the original or...
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March 1, 2021 30 min
What do Goofy, Baloo, Bre’r Bear, Tigger, Foul Fellow, Captain Hook and The Genie all have in common? Today’s guest has portrayed them all. An educator and All-State Artist Mentor at the University of Massachusetts as well as a 3D Instructor for the Massachusetts College of Art and Design he has been a sculptor for National Fiber Technology as well as a Puppeteer for Walt Disney World, in Orlando, Florida. Most recently he has been...
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February 22, 2021 30 min
The New York Times’, Anthony Tommasini describes today’s guest as “the shimmering soprano”. She enjoys singing everything from opera’s light lyric roles to oratorio to pops classics. A partial list of roles to her credit includes Juliette in Roméo et Juliette, Kathy in the Student Prince as well as roles in musical theater favorites like Sarah Brown in Guys and Dolls, Maria in West Side Story, Carrie in Carousel, Fiona in Brigadoon...
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February 15, 2021 30 min
Today’s guest is the Artistic Director of Art of Motion, Inc. a non-profit and home to The Art of Motion Dance Theatre. She has toured six out of seven continents and almost all of the United States. A former soloist with the Nikolais Dance Theatre she is the recipient of an international Andrew W. Mellon Cultural Exchange Fund Award and a National Dance Magazine Award for Choreography. Her work has been featured at the global TEDM...
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February 8, 2021 30 min
Today’s guest is an American singer-songwriter, novelist, and educator. He was a big part of the 1980s folk revival in Greenwich Village clubs, performing at the Speakeasy, The Bottom Line and Folk City, he also co-founded the Greenwich Village Folk Festival. His songs have been covered by Dave Van Ronk, Shawn Colvin, Four Bitchin’ Babes, Jonathan Edwards, Garnet Rogers, Joe Jencks, and others. He has appeared on stage with fellow ...
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February 1, 2021 30 min
Called "ardent and assured" and a first-class pianist by the New York Times, he has appeared in partnership with many of the worlds leading singers and instrumentalists, including over five dozen artists on the roster of the Metropolitan Opera. Passionately committed to the performance of chamber music, he is a founding member of the Palisades Virtuosi, the Janus Consort, the Hudson Trio, Kaleidoscope, the New World Trio a...
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January 25, 2021 43 min
The Virtual Burns Supper with our guests Steve and Mary Ferguson and Jim O’Rourke.
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January 18, 2021 30 min
When the New York Times book critic Dennis Lehane writes about the opening of James Ellroy’s novel, “Perfidia” he states. “There — Whalen’s Drugstore, Sixth and Spring Streets. The site of four recent felonies. 211 PC — Armed Robbery.” For better and often for worse, that style — jumpy, feverish and anarchic — mirrors the world we enter.” So too does our opening track reflect this jumpy, feverish and anarchic feeling. Composed an...
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