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2011-04-14 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
Not with a bang, but a sax solo….

For his last show, Bill talks to the person who got him into radio in the first place: Rachel Maddow, who can finally reveal a little secret about the show she handed over to Bill.

Also, Bill tries to get Jaz to play an 8 1/2 minute jazz song he’s been trying to play on the air for five years. No wonder he’s leaving radio.

Thanks everyone. It’s been a blast. We’ll keep you posted on our exciting new adventures once we get settled.

 

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Thursday 14 April 2011 - File Audio
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…some of them we talk about, some of them we don’t (which may cause Jaz to explode).

Bill Scher does NOT talk about Donald Trump, thankfully.

Tom Pappalardo makes some pretty bold statements about hipsters…and probably wishes we’d stopped there.

And Bill talks to Deb Katz of the Citizens Awareness Network about how people who think the nuclear disaster in Japan can’t happen here are deluding themselves.

 

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Wednesday 13 April 2011 - File Audio
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Bill’s a little cranky about a new proposal from the folks who want to build casinos in the area. You’ve heard of the “Twinkie defense?” Bill may have just come up with the Twinkie OFFENSE.

In more uplifting news, this weekend at Diva’s Nightclub in Northampton, there’s an event to benefit local Gay Straight Alliance groups. Organizer Suzan Seymour and performer John Brandoli talk about the event, and why even Northampton needs more gay rights advocacy.

 

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Wednesday 13 April 2011 - File Audio
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2011-04-11 | Jaz Tupelo // Audio
Here we are now, entertain us.

Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth (who has a new solo album coming out next month) and music critic Byron Coley talk about tonight’s screening of 1991: The Year Punk Broke at Flywheel in Easthampton. They also discuss another film that will be screened, that Courtney Love isn’t thrilled about, and other controversial films about dead musicians.

 

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Also, here’s a video for that crazy mashup Jaz played:


Monday 11 April 2011 - File Audio
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