Music

The Beat: June 9, 2018

Jun 9, 2018

Join David Nicholas for The Beat from noon-3...brand new music from Roni Ben-Hur and Woodwired plus the latest from Brad Mehldau, Manhattan Transfer and Mike LeDonne...and looking back to the innovated 1957 date "Interplay for 2 Trumpets and 2 Tenors"

Described by Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys as the "greatest soul singer alive," Robert Finley joined us for a live session. His story is a quintessential American one of perseverance. He's loved music and performing his whole life, and now finally released his first album in his early 60s.

M. Ward surprise released the album What A Wonderful Industry today, taking on a subtler shade of music industry beef, writing about the heroes and villains he's encountered over 20 years.

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