Saturday, August 20, 2011

The Liberal Curmudgeon Live On “St. James Infirmary”

Your faithful blogger had a blast yesterday as a guest host on the “St. James Infirmary” online music show, hosted by my good friend Dr. Michael Mand. If you enjoy my “Saturday Night at the Liberal Curmudgeon” offerings, I encourage you to listen to the August 19th show, first half and second half. I'm introduced at 36:29 after driving around trying to find the studio.

Michael did the opening monologue and musical set, and we then spent almost two-and-a-half hours on the air together. We started off with political commentary, of course, and then played and talked about the Grateful Dead, David Bromberg, John Lee Hooker, Bob Dylan, Mink DeVille, Patti Smith and much more. Enjoy!

Get regular updates on the eclectic yet discerning “St. James Infirmary” from the new Facebook page, which I encourage you to “like,” or the show’s Web site, where you can also sign up for the weekly podcast. “St. James Infirmary” is also available live on Fridays from 1:00-4:00 PM on OWWR.

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