It’s time to welcome Spring with more new programming on The AIR, Wednesday brings new episodes of Beatles Blast and Curtain Call to our sister internet radio station. You can listen at the website, or on this embedded radio player…
In the morning, following our regular 7 AM replay of the previous day’s episode of The Swing Shift, we will bring you up to date with Prognosis at 9 AM and Psychedelic Shack at 11 AM. At noon tune in for Word Association iwth Lee & Rudy, followed by 90 minutes of The AIR Music Mix. All times listed inthis post are Eastern, by the way.
At 2 PM it’s a new episode of Beatles Blast that dives into the vast and uncharted waters of cover versions of Beatles tunes. Presented in a mixtape format, you’ll hear everyone from Manfred Mann’s Earth Band to Willie Nelson and all the musical styles between.
Beatles Blast offers up a new episode every Wednesday at 2 PM, with replays Thursdays at 9 PM, Saturday mornings, and Sunday at 5 PM, exclusively on The AIR.
At 3 PM Mel Larch presents a new hour of great musical theater on Curtain Call. This week Mel opens with a song from Ain’t Too Proud, the new musical based on the life of the Temptations. The rest f the show is filled with gems of the stage, ranging from huge hit songs to obscure classics. Check out the playlist:
Curtain Call 058 Playlist
“Shout” Ain’t Too Proud: The Life And Times of The Tempations
“Hello Dolly” performed by Pearl Baily
“Die, Vampire, Die” [Title of Show]
“Eating Myself Up Alive” A New Brain
“The Baseball Song” Falsettoland
“I’m Alive” Next To Normal
“Lovefool” Cruel Intentions A 90s Musical
“Sweet Summer Days” Mythic
“I’ll Build A Stairway To Paradise” An American In Paris
“Brush Up Your Shakespeare” performed by Charles Nelson Reilly and Robert Morse
“It All Comes Back (Opening)” Fun Home Off-broadway cast
“I Could Not Have Dreamed Him” Andy Capp
“He Come Down this Morning” Raisin
After the new hour of Curtain Call, stick around for two additional episodes from the Curtain Call archives. Curtain Call can be heard Wednesday at 3 PM, with replays Thursday at 7 AM and 8 PM and Saturday at 6 PM. An all-night marathon of Curtain Call episodes can be heard Wednesday nights, beginning at Midnight.