#1151 Live Broadcast


The human voice is said to be the first instrument of all time. Others appeared as humans imitated sounds of nature, with windblown hollow reeds, rattling stones, seeds, drums and strings. Today music is firmly rooted in nearly all cultures. I’m Jonathan Overby please join me this weekend for a taste of world music familiar and distant, Saturday night at seven right here on Wisconsin Public Radio.

Featured Artists Include: Tambours Croisés, Lila Downs, Ellis Marsalis Trio, Taj Mahal, Toumani Diabaté, Sonzeira, Jolly Mukherjee, Te Vaka, Richie Havens, Alpha Blondy, Klezmatics, Indigo Girls, Mokhira, Gipsy Talisman, Soap Kills, Swingle Singers, Sibongile Khumalo, Rubén González, Guo & Joji Hirota, Kate Rusby, Kad Achouri, Dikanda and much more.

Tune in at 7pm Central or listen online at wpr.org click on the news and classical music promote to hear the broadcast.

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