Join us for our very special Women In Music with Laney Goodman, featuring a new take on traditional Christmas music. Coming up, singer/songwriters Jennifer Kimball from the Boston area…
Americana/swing with the Allison Brown Quartet and Rhonda Vincent… Rhythm and blues with a touch of jazz from Irma Thomas and the Preservatoin Jazz Hall Band out of New Orleans…
Olga, bringing us a North Mississippi Christmas…
and the late Koko Taylor from the Chicago blues scene…
then we’ll finish up the hour with the global rhythms from Galicia, Spain and Loreena McKennitt’s Middle Eastern/Celtic fusion performing Good King Wenceslas.
So, tune in to this week’s Women In Music as we wish you a very Merry Christmas.
Join us on the next Women In Music with Laney Goodman for our “Winter Solstice Special” — beautiful, healing music about the longest night of the year… featuring the music of Annbjorg Lien
Erica Wheeler, Gayla Drake Paul, Lisbeth Scott
Aine Minogue, Ahn Trio, Kathy Lowe, and Loreena McKennitt
All your listeners will hear and feel the magic and spirit of the holidays on this special show.
Coming up this week on Women In Music, The Season of Lights, a holiday special celebrating Hannukah, the turning of the wheel of life with the Cherokee Medicine Wheel, and Winter Solstice, Christmas and Kwanzaa. This week’s show will feature the music of Elaine Silver
Winter Bloom, Loreena McKennitt
and Sweet Honey In the Rock
Sweet Honey In the Rock
That’s all coming up on the next Women In Music.
Coming up on the next Women In Music, we’ll hear NYC singer/songwriter Rachel Sage and Boston area singer/songwriter Catie Curtis…
Americana/roots with 5-time Grammy Award winner Mary Chapin Carpenter and a classic from 1997 with Amy Grant… roots/rock with a single from Heart featuring Sarah McLachlan, and new music from California singer/songwriter Tricia Freeman…
then we’ll finish up the hour with the latest from LA electronic artists, Celeste Lear with a cover of the Rolling Stones’ 20,000 Light Years from Home and Nashville, TN electronic trio Venus Hum, featuring Annette Strean.
That’s all coming up on the next Women In Music with Laney Goodman.
This week, the latest from Boston singer/songwriter Heather Maloney and the Irish band Roisin O… Americana/roots with Rising Appalachia from their latest release “Wider Circles”
and a classic from 1977 with talented banjo player Woody Simmons from the Pacific Northwest…
progressive sounds out of Sweden with Rebekka Karljord
and new music from Roisin Murphy… then we’ll finish the hour with electronic beats and trip hop from Brighton, England with the latest from Anushka and California indie electronica producer and Dj Celeste Lear.
That’s all coming up on the next omen In Music.
On this coming week’s show we’ll hear singer/songwriter Heather Maloney from Western Massachusetts, and a classic from Grammy Award Winner Joni Mitchell from her 1971 release “Blue”… Americana/Roots of Carrie Rodriguez out of the Austin music scene…
Grammy Award winner Lucinda Williams from her 2007 album West… the Appalachian fusion from sister duo Rising Appalachia, out of New Orleans…
and the iconic singer/songwriter ani di franco… then we’ll finish up the hour with the late Chiwoniso from Zimbabwe…
and Razia from her 2010 release Zebu Nation.
On Women in Music with Laney Goodman, you’ll hear a very special show, in the spirit of Halloween.
You’ll hear haunting music, tales of trick-or-treating, jack-o-lanterns and witches, and ghost tales to bring in the spirit of the season, with the music of Sweet Honey in the Rock
Sweet Honey in the Rock
On this coming week’s Women In Music with Laney Goodman, we’ll hear new music out of Austin, TX with Raina Rose, Canadian duo Dala, and out of Brooklyn, NY, Natalia Zukerman
roots/rock with new music from Boston area singer/songwriter Lori McKenna
and a classic from 1995 wuth Grammy Award winner Emmylou Harris… progressive pop from 2005 with San Francisco singer/songwriter Megan Slankard and Tina Dico
from Denmark… then we’ll finish up with another band from Copenhagen called Antenne and return to the States with mid-west artist Jen Gloeckner.
That’s all this coming week on Women In Music with Laney Goodman.
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 progressive singer/songwriters Kree Woods out of Nashville, TN
and Molly Bancroft, originally from the Southlands now living in Michigan…
Americana/roots with Brigitte DeMeyer and Boston area new grass band Joy Kills Sorrow… alternative singer/songwriter from Athens, GA Lera Lynn…
and from Brooklyn, Emily Zuzik… then we’ll finish up the hour with two classic covers – The Cowboy Junkies performing “Sweet Jane,” and Patti Smith with Nirvana’s “Smells Like Teen Spirit”.
That’s all coming up on the next Women In Music.