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8:20am

Tue April 14, 2015
Arts & Culture

Fog City Blues Tax Deadline Special

Whether you've already filed, or are waiting for that extension, tune in for some blues views on the taxman and the almighty dollar this Wednesday April 15 at 9 pm. Followed at 10 pm by a special broadcast of Mark Naftalin's Blues Power Hour.

8:13am

Tue April 7, 2015
Arts & Culture

Karina Denike and Lily Taylor live on Fog City Blues

Karina Denike is a vocalist, composer, arranger and performer from the San Francisco Bay Area. Her original songs are comprised of snippets of torch songs, doo wop drama, Eastern European lullabies, crackly records and girl group harmony. Karina's new album, Under Glass, will be released on April 14.

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4:41pm

Thu April 2, 2015
Arts & Culture

StoryCorps: Two artists fall in love

Jena McRae and David Schwirtz

Jena McRae, a dancer with the Embodiment Project, first met David "Dublin" Schwirtz, a vocalist with the Shotgun Wedding Quintet, during a rehearsal at the Treat Street Social Club. They sat down with StoryCorps and shared a few highlights of how their relationship evolved over time, into love.

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8:10am

Wed March 18, 2015
Arts & Culture

Young Musicians Choral Orchestra live on Fog City Blues tonight

Founded in 1968 as a summer outreach program, Young Musicians Choral Orchestra has transformed the lives of over 3,000 Bay Area Youth. Under the leadership of Executive Director Daisy Newman, who took the helm in 2003, the program erupted from a modest youth music program into a national model, providing a rigorous and robust combination of musical training, academic reinforcement, and personal development for low-income, underprivileged children.

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5:38pm

Wed March 11, 2015
Arts & Culture

Exploring the Latin roots of American music with John Santos

John Santos is a five-time Grammy-nominated percussionist in the Afro-Latin tradition. He’s a San Francisco native, who chose to explore his family’s roots in Puerto Rico and Cape Verdean Islands through his music. His career as an educator, composer, writer, and performer spans 35 years.

When it comes to exploring how Latinos have influenced American music, he first asks us to consider how we use the word “American.”

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