In the Pocket:
(all times Eastern time zone)
Details with Win Howard
We’ll have music today by Dawan Muhammed, Bill Easley and soprano saxophonist Alexander Nichols; plus, a look at some of the events happening in and around the greater Mercer County area.
With Good Reason with Sarah McConnell
Wednesday at 11am
Rock music is dominated by white musicians, even though many early rock and roll stars were black. How have black artists come to be left out of the classic rock canon?
Also: The racial history of the great American game of baseball represents all the paradoxes of race relations in our country.
Plus: The children’s book, Odetta: The Queen of Folk, tells the story of the legendary singer and social activist known as “the Voice of the Civil Rights Movement.”
Jazz Potpourri – Re-air: Good Vibes with Gloria Krolak
Wednesday at 4pm
The vibraphone is a percussion instrument once associated with novelty tunes but has become an important voice in jazz. I’ll introduce you to a world of vibraphonists on Good Vibes, from the pioneers of the 1930s, Lionel Hampton and Red Norvo, to today’s young players forging new styles from the old. If you’re not already a “vibrafan” you’ll become one!
Trenton365 with Jacque Howard
Tonight's Trenton 365 Show will feature the music of Marlene VerPlank, Jason Paul Curtis, Calvin Keys and Dawan uhammad.
Strike Up the Band with Ted Otten & Michael Kownacky
This week -- For the Boys, Music of WWII - Part 1: You'll be hearing orchestras conducted by Tony Pastor, Tommy Dorsey, Hal Macintyre, Ambrose, Ivy Benson, Les Brown, Kaye Kaiser, Benny Goodman and Geraldo.