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A road trip to different U.S. states, with songs like “Georgia On My Mind,” “I Been Down In Texas,” “Mississippi Mud,” and “Massachusetts.”
On this show, we're looking up at the moon, examining lunar songs of all kinds, with a focus on Mel Tormé's 1960 concept album "Swingin' on the Moon."
How the Hollywood Blacklist affected music stars like Frank Sinatra, Billie Holiday, Lena Horne, and Harry Belafonte
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Afterglow is a weekly one-hour radio program of jazz and American popular song hosted by Mark Chilla and produced by WFIU Public Radio. Learn More »
Mark Chilla writes and hosts Afterglow and WFIU's weekly music trivia show, Ether Game. Learn more »
"To French listeners and writers of the 1950s and 60s… Solal’s power was spectacular." Surveying the arrival of a modern jazz piano giant.
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Night Lights is WFIU's weekly program of classic jazz hosted by David Brent Johnson.
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