This Week on WXYC: Freedy Johnston on-air, the Grateful Dead live & more
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Wed Nov 7 00:52:50 EST 2001
WXYC 89.3 FM - in Chapel Hill and live on the Web at www.wxyc.org
Schedule in brief, scroll down for details:
Thursday 9 p.m.-12 a.m.: GRATEFUL DEAD LIVE on the Thursday Night Feature
Friday 3-4 p.m.: a live interview with FREEDY JOHNSTON prior to his
performance at Go! Studios
Sunday 2-3 p.m.: "Loveless" from MY BLOODY VALENTINE on the Classic Inside
Sunday 5-7 p.m.: a discussion of SPIRITUALITY IN ACADEMIA on Northern
GRATEFUL DEAD LIVE on the Thursday Night Feature, Thursday 9 p.m.-midnight
This Thursday Night Feature spotlights one of the greatest live bands in
the history of rock n roll -- the Grateful Dead. The Grateful Dead was
active throughout four decades and this TNF will offer a wide variety of
live Dead tunes and concert dates. Throughout the program, we will focus
on the inspired jamming, improvisation and playing that has deeply
touched the millions of Dead fans around the world. This TNF should be a
treat for all fans of raw, energetic live performances (Deadhead and
An interview with FREEDY JOHNSTON, Friday 3-4 p.m.
One of the brightest singer/songwriters to emerge in the 1990s stops by
the WXYC studio for a live chat. Johnston has been earning acclaim since
his 1990 debut; his most recent album, "Right Between the Promises," was
released this summer. Hosts Ashley, Eric and Sam will give you an inside
look at Johnston's life and a taste of his work. Johnston performs at
Go! Studios in Carrboro on Friday night.
MY BLOODY VALENTINE'S "LOVELESS" on the Classic Inside Track, Sunday 2-3
This week's Classic Inside Track commemorates the tenth anniversary of My
Bloody Valentine's "Loveless" compliments of Eric C. Leading figures of
the shoegazer movement that dominated Britain's indie rock scene in the
late '80s and early '90s, MBV crafted gorgeous melodies from raw white
noise directly inspiring such artists as Mogwai, The Verve, Primal Scream,
Yo La Tengo and J. Mascis, and indirectly influencing just about everyone
A discussion of SPIRITUALITY on Northern Hemisphere Live, Sunday 5-7 p.m.
This week, NHL will address the question of whether admitted spirituality
negatively affects a person's credibilty in an academic environment, or
otherwise has adverse effects on one's profession. Listeners are invited
to call in and participate.
Also this week and every week:
-THE INSIDE TRACK: a new release played in full Monday, Wednesday and
Friday, 9 p.m.
-ORANGE COUNTY SPECIAL: folk music of all countries and cultures Sunday 10
-HELL OR HIGH WATER: music from UNC's Southern Folklife Collection Sunday
-CLASSIC INSIDE TRACK: a classic release in full, Sunday 2-3 p.m.
-BROKEN MUSIC: longer, more "difficult" pieces Sunday 3-4 p.m.
-MAKING CONTACT and COUNTERSPIN: news programs from F.A.I.R. (Fairness and
Accuracy In Reporting) Sunday 4-5 p.m.
-NORTHERN HEMISPHERE LIVE: issues-based live talk Sunday 5-7 p.m.
-BACKYARD BARBEQUE: North Carolina music culled from the fresh produce of
from Chapel Hill's finest, as well as older records from N.C. bands of the
past, Sunday 7-8 p.m.
-THE NEW MUSIC SHOW: spotlight on new releases right out of the mail bin,
Sunday 8-9 p.m.
-SPORTS RAP: live UNC sports talk, Sunday 9-10 p.m.
-NEW SCIENCE EXPERIENCE: a live electronic mix, Sunday 10 p.m.-12 a.m.
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