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Sunday Evening Music
Originally, the 8 -10 p.m. Sunday time slot was veteran host Richard Winham's weekly free-form radio show featuring an unpredictable mix of live performances, albums, and talk. Richard continues to surprise listeners with his playlists and conversations, but now invites select audience members into the studio to share their musical expertise. Check out the current schedule:
8-10 pm | The Supersonic Soul Show, hosted and produced by Doug Cook
Spinning anything that's soul from a foundation of classic deep soul most often associated with Muscle Shoals and Memphis, the playlist may range from non-charting tracks from stars like Aretha, Marvin, Otis and Al to near-hits and obscure gems from many of the so-called "Lost Soul" wonders like James Carr, Paul Kelly and O.V. Wright.
In general, the focus is on the under-appreciated, with plenty of themed shows--food (300 pounds of hongry), studios (Stax, King, Fame, Motown), genres (country funk, doo-wop) and more. If you like your soul and R&B with a solid back beat and a taste of some of the more interesting personalities and historic back stories, the Supersonic Soul Show will do you right.
8-9 pm | Connect The Dots, hosted and produced by Chris Dortch, Sr. and Chris Dortch, Jr.
Connect the Dots is a show about the love of music, and the desire of the father-son co-host duo of Chris Dortch and Chris Dortch to share it with their listeners. The show began as an extension of what Chris and Chris have done together for years: staying up late and playing new music for one another’s consideration.
Connect the Dots picks a theme—shows have been about songs with handclaps, best brother acts, best piano players, guitarists, harmonica players, etc.—that unites the songs together and then offers up great music with stories about the songs and artists. The co-hosts’ affection for the music and one another comes through in the banter that precedes and follows each song. It’s sometimes funny, often lively, and always informative.
9-10 pm | Alternative music, hosted and produced by Haley Solomon
8-10 pm | Variety Mix, hosted and produced by Diane Human
8-9 pm | River City Sessions: "Live" from The Camp House, hosted and produced by Mike Gray
9-10 pm | Alternative music, hosted and produced by Abby Blasingame