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Music, where did it come from?
Where is it going?
In this one-hour special, The History of Classical Music takes listeners through a history of this enduring art form from its beginnings up to today.
Through an engaging narrative, host Dianne Nicolini of KFDC and renown conductor Robert Ziegler tell the story of classical musical, episode by episode, from Gregorian chants to today’s minimalism, highlighting innovations and developments and profiling the lives and works of groundbreaking composers.
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The Band Radio Special with
For this hour-long special, The Band co-founder and songwriter Robbie Robertson sits down with host Mike Etchart for an exclusive, candid, insightful and revealing conversation on the behind-the-scenes history and dynamics of the group, and the inspiration and stories of some of their best known songs, like “The Weight”, “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down” and many others that are interspersed throughout the program. Robbie also discusses the original influences of The Band and their music, all the way from their roots in rockabilly with legend Ronnie Hawkins backing band, to their years playing with Bob Dylan, to their own rise to fame as one of the most celebrated and iconic groups of their time, and why their sound continues to influence contemporary groups like The Lumineers and Mumford & Sons.
Before there was “Americana”…….there was The Band.
The Band Radio Special with Robbie Robertson will be available on September 9 at no cost to all stations.
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Meet Abe Teal. Abe is 11 years old. His mother, Leah, is the sole detective in their town, Alvin, Alabama. Alvin is a small town with a dark history that its townsfolk would like to keep buried for as long as possible. Until the past comes back to haunt them. And Leah’s daughter, Caroline, goes missing…along with two other girls.
It’s up to Abe to tell the story of his mother’s search for truth and justice, all while balancing his false feelings of safety and naïveté…and well, just being a kid.
Mystery novelist Michael Hiebert brings us his debut literary suspense text, Dream with Little Angels and stays true to his elements of mystery and redemption in the horrific.
Young Abe is reminiscent of Scout in Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird and somewhat of Susie Salmon in The Lovely Bones. At 11 years old, he learns of secrets and is forced to become courageous in spite of his discoveries, all while his mother struggles against small-town bureaucracy, the town’s past, and the longstanding mystery of ‘Who is kidnapping all these girls?’.
Read Michael Hiebert’s honest and raw text and see that there is still hope when all seems lost. Dream with Little Angels is his first suspense novel, but he’s no stranger to mystery and fantasy. A two-time consecutive recipient of the Surrey International Writer’s Conference Storyteller’s Award and one who was published in The Best American Mystery (edited by Joyce Carol Oates), Hiebert is sure to tell a thrilling tale, and you can hear our interviews with him on ID Radio.
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