For this Hear At Home episode, 88.5 FM's Nic Harcourt talks with Norah Jones from her home. Jones tells us how she handles her life staying at home. She explains the title of her new album, Pick Me Up Off The Floor and the process of creating it.
What do you do when you’re stuck? Phone a friend! Wait, that’s for “Millionaire,” not quarantine. Maybe phone a few friends? Hey, let’s get together and form a band!
Dave Mason did just that, but not just any band... how about Sammy Hagar, Michael McDonald, Mick Fleetwood, John McFee, Tom Johnston, Pat Simmons, his son, Pat Jr. and drummer Alvino Bennett? Wow, right ?! Can’t get together, everyone’s quarantining, but we can build it, we have the technology.... hey, it’s not the Six Million Dollar Man, it’s...
Dave Mason and the Quarantines! Next, they needed a song, something upbeat, something familiar, there’s comfort in that, maybe sing along too... so that you're… Feelin’ Alright!
CONWAY SAVAGE of Nick Cave And The Bad Seeds
In 1940, Bugs Bunny made his official screen debut in A Wild Hare.
In 1976, After a long battle, John Lennon was finally issued his green card granting him permanent residency in the US.
For this Hear At Home episode, the Independent 88.5 FM’s program director, Mookie - or Marc, if you prefer - talks with Ernest Weatherly Greene Jr., commonly known as Washed Out. He shares his story behind the album art for his latest album, Purple Moon. Host Mookie and Greene talk about the challenges and benefits of working from home.
Join Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall Wednesday, 7/29 at 2PM PT as she performs some tunes from her home studios in Los Angeles for NPR Music's Live Sessions.