10 p.m. to Midnight Host: Steve Winters
Hosted by Paul Litwinovich
There is a short story of how this show came be, but it is worthy of mention for its amusement value if nothing else. Steve was going to be out of town for a family gathering and a well deserved vacation. The plan was to replay what we refer to in the broadcast trade as an “evergreen edition” which is a show that has no reference to dates, upcoming concerts, holidays and such. Bad things happen to those who procrastinate. I waited until Friday to load the show into the computer for automatic broadcast later that night. It was a show that we had used before, and it should have been a quick and easy task. Minor problem however, the first hour disk was damaged. No problem I thought, there will be one machine somewhere which will play it. Not. Maybe the original was still on the computer where Steve and I had produced it. No such luck, it was my own policy to routinely clean up old audio files to prevent the servers from filling up.
Steve had mentioned that he was concerned about returning in time to do the show on March 19th, and I assured him that I would produce a “best of” of some sorts to use in case his return was delayed. I already had the first 30 minutes done, but I had planned to produce the rest at an easy pace over the course of the next week. It was now 3 pm on Friday and I had a bit of work to do.
The rest is history and the show turned out to be a fine tribute to the diversity of the many musicians and styles of music that have graced Studio A over the past two years. I could have easily produced another two hours with the amount of material available.
Songs of the Sea and Life
Hammered Dulcimer/Contemporary Folk
Klezmer /Bluegrass Gospel
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