We talk with the director & cast from the increasingly extreme comedy-satire "God of Carnage" produced by Axiom Repertory Theatre, performing at Redding's Old City Hall. We also talk with Chico State gallery curators about the print exhibit "Currency" -- the Eleventh Annual Print Exhibition and Competition which showcases cutting-edge printmaking.
Tonight’s show features music from the Doobie Brothers classic 1975 album “Stampede.” Their fifth studio album, it was also their final album by the band before Michael McDonald replaced Tom Johnston as lead vocalist and primary songwriter. Also on the show music from the Nu-Grass band The Green Cards 2013 album “Sweethearts of the Sun” featuring their sweet and haunting vocals. After that it’s good old classic Rock and Rock at its best, with Journey, Bon Jovi, Van Morris, Carole King and many others.
Tonight’s set list includes the “Empress of Soul” Gladys Knight & The Pips and Motown legend Smokey Robinson. You’ll also hear from The O'Jays, The Isley Brothers, and the first female performer inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Miss Aretha Franklin.
Tonight’s show features recording artists such at Diana Ross & The Supremes, Dionne Warwick, and Sharon Jones. Later in the show, some great soul music from the soundtrack to the movie “The Commitments”, with lots of classics in between. If you enjoy great R&B, Soul, and Motown you've come to the right place.
Tonight’s show features Daryl Hall and John Oates rare album “Our Kind of Soul” recorded in 2004. It’s Hall and Oates 17th studio album and covers of soul hits of the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s. The album is mostly acoustic with some electric guitar and synthesizers.Later in the show, Jack Johnson, Joni Mitchell, some vintage Bob Dylan and lots of good music in between.