5:00 am Advance Radio: Haitian language
7:00 am Black Introspectives: Eric Ford
10:00 am Morning Maniac Music: Dave Golden
1:00 p.m. Sunday Brunch Live Concert: Brian Dolzani
Brian Dolzani is an engaging and energetic singer/songwriter, drawing comparisons to artists such as Dave Matthews, Neil Young, and Freedy Johnston. He is supporting his 5th CD release, the self-titled ‘Brian Dolzani’. Brian tours across New England and beyond, pulling audiences into his introspective, emotive and deeply imagistic songwriting. Tune in to hear songs from his latest release, as well as some brand new songs from his ever-evolving songwriting catalog. Not to be missed. For reservations & directions, call 203-331-9756.
2:00 pm La Esquina Latina: Latin bands
5:00 pm Between The Lines: News and interviews not heard on the corporate media
5:30 pm J.F. filling in for Pam Smith’s Amazon Radio: J.F. interviews Patrick Foster
7:00 pm Antique Blues: Bill Nolan
Bring the best in old blues, country blues, swamp blues, Chicago blues, urban blues…and more blues. Occasional “LIVE” blues, too.
10:00 pm Backstage Buzz with Hosts Leo Meyer and Dolly Curtis
Actress Misty Rowe, Joy Franz & Comic Legend Steve Rossi talk about Sally Rand and their show “Fandance, The Legend of Sally Rand” at the Downtown Cabaret Theater through April 25. Misty Rowe has a long career in TV and movies. She was a star on Hee Haw, Happy Days and scores of TV, film and stage productions http://mistyrowe.com/ Steve Rossi Comic of note having worked with Mae West, Marty Allen, Slappy White and at one point was Howard Sterns manager. Steve Rossi was part of a comedy duo with Marty Allen in the ’60s and ’70s. They played Vegas, appeared on game shows and made many appearances on The Ed Sullivan Show. Joy Franz is best known for her work within the theatre. She notably portrayed the role of Susan in the original 1972 West End production of Stephen Sondheim’s Company and the role of Cinderella’s Stepmother in the original 1987 Broadway production of Sondheim’s Into the Woods. She was also one of the Street Singers in the world premiere of Leonard Bernstein’s Mass at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on September 8, 1971. She currently portrays the role of the Mother in My Damn Channel’s television series Horrible People.