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Tuxedo Junction Playlists

Tuxedo Junction playlist for 05/24/2016

Bob Dylan is 75 years old today.

Tuxedo Junction playlist for 05/10/2016

To be called the show that celebrates the greatest music of the Twentieth Century, it would not be complete to not have a show devoted to the Blues. Modern music today would not exist without the blues which has given inspiration for rockabilly, rock and roll, jazz, hip hop, soul and so much more. The station has has a wonderful vinyl collection of blues music and so tonight, it's "Blues from the Basement" on Tuxedo Junction.    "Nobody leaves this place without singing the blues."  Albert Collins  Adventures in Baby-Sitting.   Suellen  

Tuxedo Junction playlist for 03/29/2016

 Tonight on Tux-Junk, we celebrate the release, on this day in history, of "I Can't Explain," the first single by a little known rock band called The Who back in 1965.  Emerging from the pop art and mod movement of swinging London in the mid-60's, the Who started off playing as The Detours until drummer Keith Moon was added to their line-up.  Despite being beset by relationship difficulties amongst the members, drug addiction, and mental health issues, the Who went on to become one of the most influential bands of the 20th Century.  Best known for inventing auto-destructive art, (destroying their instruments on stage) The Who remains one of the best live bands of our generation.  Thanks, John, for letting me sit in and play my air guitar........          Suellen

Tuxedo Junction playlist for 03/08/2016

Tonight, Tux-Junk featured the music, the myth and the man behind Fillmore East, the rock venue opened by Bill Graham on March 8, 1968 on 106th East Street in Lower Manhattan.  Fillmore East was the counterpart of Mr. Graham's already successful venue, Fillmore West, located in San Francisco, California. From its inception until it's closing on June 27, 1971, the Fillmore East hosted Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Frank Zappa, The Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead, the Jefferson Airplane, Taj Mahal, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Led Zepplin, Country Joe MacDonald, the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha Na Na, Van Morrison, Derek & The Dominoes and more. Fillmore East became known as "The Church of Rock and Roll."  It is a tribute to the WUNH vinyl collection and to FE that all of the live music that you heard this evening were on record compliations of recordings done at that venerable venue and are currently part of our historic record collection here at the radio station. Thanks to my rock-and-roll brother, JP, for letting me "let my freak flag fly" and thanks, listeners of the Freewaves, for being there, always.  Suellen

Tuxedo Junction playlist for 03/08/2016

Tonight, Tux-Junk featured the music, the myth and the man behind Fillmore East, the rock venue opened by Bill Graham on March 8, 1968 on 106th East Street in Lower Manhattan.  Fillmore East was the counterpart of Mr. Graham's already successful venue, Fillmore West, located in San Francisco, California. From its inception until it's closing on June 27, 1971, the Fillmore East hosted Jimi Hendrix, John Lennon and Yoko Ono, Frank Zappa, The Allman Brothers, The Grateful Dead, the Jefferson Airplane, Taj Mahal, Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young, Led Zepplin, Country Joe MacDonald, the Byrds, the Elvin Bishop Group, Sha Na Na, Van Morrison, Derek & The Dominoes and more. Fillmore East became known as "The Church of Rock and Roll."  It is a tribute to the WUNH vinyl collection and to FE that all of the live music that you heard this evening were on record compliations of recordings done at that venerable venue and are currently part of our historic record collection here at the radio station. Thanks to my rock-and-roll brother, JP, for letting me "let my freak flag fly" and thanks, listeners of the Freewaves, for being there, always.Suellen