The obscure, but excellent band, Refugee is the star of this week’s brand-new episode of Herman Linte’s Prognosis, and Tuesday sees an RFC Marathon to celebrate Independence Day. On both days we have fine programming on our internet radio station, The AIR. You can listen at the website, or on this embedded radio player…
Monday at 3 PM Prognosis takes in a Refugee as presenter, Herman Linte, brings you the entire recorded output of this band that combined Lee Jackson and Brian Davison, who had been left behind in The Nice after Keith Emerson left to form ELP, with former Mainhorse keyboardist, Patrick Moraz, who would go on to more fame with YES and The Moody Blues. You’ll hear the band’s sole studio album, plus a live concert from 1975.
Following that, at 5 PM, you can join Matt BelVillain and Betty Rock on Marking Out as they discuss the previous week in professional wrestling. You can catch up on all the grappling shenanigans just in time to fully understand everything that will happen tonight on RAW.
The rest of Monday Evening is our usual mix of The New Music Show, The (BS) Crazy Show and our Monday slate of talk shows. At midnight you can Swing All Night because a scheduling error meant that our Sunday night Swing marathon was replaced by New Wave Music. Sorry about that.
Tuesday, beginning at 9 AM, it’s a 24-hour marathon that mixes Radio Free Charleston with Radio Free Charleston International. Celebrate the true meaning of freedom as your PopCulteer slacks off for the day. New episodes of Radio Free Charleston start next week.