What You're Not Listening To

What You're Not Listening To


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Fake News and Alien Heavy Metal
October 29, 2020

Orson Wells proved to the world he was a media genius without limits with a radio broadcast of War of the Worlds that literally shocked many and even drew the ire of a dictator. #orsonwelles #waroftheworlds #radio #mercurytheater

The Very Short In-Town Move
October 22, 2020

How can a group survive by proudly staying local, being possibly too talented for their own good, not being pigeonholed and rising to the occasion when others drop the ball? Not for long, at least in the case of The Move.

We’re Gonna Party Like It’s 1979!
October 15, 2020

One of the few bands to survive the Garage Rock revival of the new millennium, The Strokes have carved out their own corner of cool by looking back twenty years prior to their formation. #postpunk #altrock #garagerock #newwave

Santana and the Latin Rock Breakthrough
October 08, 2020

Though Hispanic/Latinx/Latino music from the United States of the last couple of decades has primarily focused on club bangers and Pop music, there was a time when practically everyone in the underground and the mainstream was grooving to a brand new a...

Janis Forever
October 02, 2020

Before there was the marketing catchphrase "Women In Rock", there was Janis Joplin, who set a standard so incredibly high that 50 years after her passing, no one can match her. #bluesrock #womeninmusic #blues #acoustic #rockandroll #rock #countercultur...

The Other Passion of RBG
September 27, 2020

Regardless of your political views, there was one unmistakable truth about Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Opera was what she loved. #RBG #Opera #Classical

Phil May Was The Prettiest Thing
September 21, 2020

A tribute to one of the greatest "cult" bands of all time, which featured lead singer and songwriter Phil May, Rock and Roll's first true bisexual frontman. #bivisibilityday #britishinvasion #garagerock #psychedelic #guitarrock

Ladies of Latin Freestyle
September 14, 2020

Kicking off Hispanic Heritage Month 2020 is a program featuring remixes and extended tracks from the mainland United States first-ever homegrown Hispanic music movement. #lantinx #hispanicheritagemonth #dance #oldschool

When Hippies Overtook The Great White Way
September 09, 2020

Billed as the “The American Tribal Love-Rock Musical”, Hair made an immediate and far-reaching impact outside of Broadway. NOTE: This program contains language and subject matter not suitable for all audiences. Racism. The Vietnam War.

Black Jazz on Broadway
September 06, 2020

The legacy of Ain't Misbehavin' is that the genius of Fats Waller might never have been recognized if this Broadway show, first appearing in 1978, had not been made. #jazz #broadway #fatswaller #aintmisbehavin #blackhistory