Wednesday, March 1, 2017
More Kinky Cuties? No! Just some fresh, juicy and ripe girl group and female fronted r&b and soul goodness, with a little bit of pop and some jazz, all with loads of appeal! Hear it here, 7pm Wednesday on Ichiban!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 5:54 AM
Sunday, February 26, 2017
Wild Teens gather no moss here at the Whig Out! Tune in and turn on, Sunday at 8pm right after Pat K's Make with the Shake (filling in for The Real Nitty Gritty). We'll make you twist and we'll make you shout! Right here! Tune in!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 2:46 PM
Posted by Pat K at 10:15 AM
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Join the chat and view the live playlist during the show at: http://wfmu.org/playlists/shows/71306 or listen to the archive there later!
Posted by Vikki Vaden at 6:02 PM
The last of the Decca Darlings series airs today on Crayons to Perfume! with America Decca Girls on US Decca. Tune in at 7pm for a little bit of soul, some girl groups, a smidgen of country tinged pop and all the Decca Girl Goodness!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 5:58 AM
Sunday, February 19, 2017
Wow Wow Wow Whig Out! Tune in at 8pm Eastern, 4 Pacific for tonight's Whig Out! Right after The Real Nitty Gritty! We've got our usual heaping helping of garage topped off with some Dutch Beat, a sprinkling of psych and a dash of beat!
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 7:02 PM
Be the first person to name the distribution company started by John Abbey for the Curtom Record Company out of Atlanta, Ga. Winner will receive a copy of Traveling Soul The Life of Curtis Mayfield. Written by Todd Mayfield with Travis Atria. If you'd like to know who the people in the slideshow are, pick up a copy of the book. It's fantastic. Curtis Mayfield forever, Amen.
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Posted by Nitty Gritty Tania at 11:51 AM
Wednesday, February 15, 2017
Posted by Vikki Vaden at 7:59 PM
Today it's the remarkable Georgia Girls on Crayons to Perfume! featuring Gladys Knight and the Pips, Sandy Gaye, Nancy Broom, the Ravenettes and many may more. Liz Lands was Georgia's Motown Girl in the 60's - under appreciated, she had a long road to the stardom she never really attained - a unique voice most suitable for the gospel and praise music she grew up singing, Liz turned to secular music as a way to become independent. There is a great interview with Liz below, make sure you check it out. She is a great character and had a very interesting life, including a stint as a Freedom singer for Martin Luther King. Tune in to Crayons to Perfume! today at 7pm for Georgia Girls, and then stay tuned for the Fringe Factory at 8.
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 6:57 AM
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
The Electras - Ten Steps To Love
Wilson Picket - Everybody Needs Someone To Love
Jean Shepard - Just Give Me Love
Posted by GirlGroupGirl at 1:25 PM
Sunday, February 12, 2017
Alright With Me -- The Real Nitty Gritty -- tonight at 7:00PM ET on WFMU's Rock-n-Soul ICHIBAN! Savage R&B, gutbucket blues, gruesome garage, sweaty soul, greasy rockabilly & sleazy instrotrash platters! then Whig Out! at 8:00
Playlist and pop up player here: https://wfmu.org/playlists/RG
Posted by Shouting Thomas Torment at 1:05 PM