On this coming week’s show have a very special Women In Music as we celebrate Pride and the LGBTQ community with a special dance party, featuring classic club hits from divas like Gloria Gaynor,
Madonna, Cece Peniston,
Pink and Lady Gaga.
So, get your dancing shoes on and join the dance party as we celebrate Pride on Women In Music.
This coming week, we’ll hear Portland, Oregon’s Laura Berman, the alt/folk rock band with Nordic roots, Kalandra…
Americana roots with their latest from 2015 from Boxcar Lillies, a New England all-female trio… and clawhammer banjo player Abigail Washburn…
progressive pop with the latest from Finnish-American singer/songwriter Janita…
and the amazing jazz of Cassandra Wilson from her 1999 release Traveling Miles…
and we’ll end the hour with the latest from Danish singer/songwriter, pianist and composer, Agnes Obel with “Fuel to Fire”… and the one and only Kate Bush off her 1993 release “The Red Shoes” with “Moments of Pleasure”.
On this coming week’s show we’ll hear singer/songwriter from western Massachusetts Heather Maloney,
Canadian singer/songwriter Annabelle Chvostek,
a classic from Lisa Loeb,
new music from award-winning vocalist and composer Lisbeth Scott, progressive sounds of Rebekka Karijord out of Sweden,
talented NYC guitarist Kaki King, Irish singer/songwriter Roisin Murphy,
and the sounds of Nigerian performer Nneka…
That’s all coming up on the next Women In Music.
Coming up on the next Women In Music with your host Laney Goodman, we’ll hear New England singer/songwriter Heather Styka
and a duo called Viatsa from western Massachusetts… Americana/roots with Heather Maloney and Darling Side, and new music from NY-based female trio, Red Molly… global sounds from northern Wales with new music from 9Bach and a classic from 1997 with Estonian singer/songwriter Kirile Loo…
then we’ll finish up the hour with the ambient sounds of an indie electronic band out of Florida called Hundred Waters, and an awesome DJ out of California, Celeste Lear,
with her remix of the Rolling Stones’ “20,000 Light Years From Home.”
Celebrate Earth Day with Women In Music!
On this coming week’s show we’ll hear singer/songwriter Tracy Chapman
and a classic from 1970 with Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi”… Native American trio Ulali, singing in their native tongue “Heart Beat Drum Song” and singer/songwriter activist Buffy Sainte Marie from her 2009 release “Running for the Drum”…
Buffy Sainte Marie
world music from Madagascar with Razia and Jamaican-Canadian dub poet Lillian Allen with a classic freom her 1988 release, “Conditions Critical”… then we’ll finish up the hour wiht Susan Werner performing Marvin Gaye’s classic from 1971, “Mercy, Mercy Me (The Ecology Song)”
and a beautiful song from Scottish singer/songwriter Karen Matheson, called “The Song of the Sea”.
That’s all coming up on the next Women In Music.
On this coming week’s show we’ll hear emerging two singer/songwriters with a combined total of over 70 years in the music business: Claudia Schmidt and Rickie Lee Jones…
Rickie Lee Jones
alternative roots with new music from Heather Maloney out of Northampton, MA, classic R&B from the late great Etta James performing Marvin Gaye’s “Inner City Blues”
and new music from activist folk duo Emma’s Revolution… then we’ll finish up the hour with the latest from the band Dub Colossus, mixing world fusion from Ethiopia and the United Kingdom,
and Grammy-award winner from Benin Africa, now living in the United States, Angelique Kidjo
On this coming week’s show we’ll hear new music from Sonya Kitchell out of NYC and from Toronto, Megan Bonnell… Scottish and English singer/songwriters
off a compilation called “Songs of Separation”, with Karine Polwart…
and new music from Scottish band called
Roisin O, featuring Roisin O’Reilly, (daughter of noted
singer/songwriter Mary Black)…
then we’ll hear the latest from blues rock guitarist Danielia Cotton, performing
the cover of the Rolling Stones’ “Gimme shelter”,
as well as a classic from Canadian pop singer/songwriter Feist off of her 2007 release with Sea Lion Woman. Then will finish up the hour with classic hits from 2005 with “Good Night and Go” from Imogen Heap and the latest out of Los Angeles with Molly Moore from her album “Shadow of the Sun”.
Coming up in the next hour, two Boston-area singer/songwriters Patty Larkin from her 1995 release “Stranger’s World”
and Lori McKenna from the 2004 release, “Bitter Town”…
new music from Americana/roots trio out of Pittsburgh, called The Early Mays, and a classic cover of “Landslide” written by Stevie Nicks performed by Dixie Chicks…new progressive sounds from Canadian singer/songwriter Frazey Ford
and Austin Texas singer/songwriter Erin Ivey and her band The Finest Kind… then we’ll end the show with ambient sounds with a classic cut from 1990, Heaven or Las Vegas with the Scottish band Cocteau Twins, and new music from Toronto duo, Electric Youth.
Women In Music with Laney Goodman continues to Celebrate Women’s History Month with women’s lives and women’s voices past and present. This coming week we’ll learn about the first African woman to win a Nobel Peace Prize…
the first Native American woman to become chief of the Cherokee Nation… and a labor leader,
writer and women’s rights activist in Puerto Rico at the start of the 20th Century. We’ll also hear the music of Joanne Shenandoah
Walela, Lourdes Perez, Lila Downs, Hasu Patel, Susheela Raman, Miriam Makeba, and the women of Mombazo.
That’s all coming upon the next Women In Music as we continue our celebration of Women’s History Month.
Women In Music with Laney Goodman continues to Celebrate Women’s History Month with women’s lives and women’s voices, past and present.
Join us this coming week for another special celebrating St. Patrick’s Day with “Women from the Isles”. We’ll hear the music of Maura O’Connell,
Dolores Keane, Natalie MacMaster,
and the Scottish band Rise… we’ll learn about the first St. Patrick’s Day parade… why we kiss the Blarney Stone… and who came up with the St. Patrick’s Day pinch (if you’re not wearing any green). From the Emerald Isle to the rocky Scottish shores, from the wild racing seas off Cape Breton to the Highlands of America, that’s all coming upon the next Women In Music as we continue our celebration of Women’s History Month.