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Fabulous interview with Alaska candidate for Congress, Forrest Dunbar in hour one and author Karen Esposito in hour two talks about her new book, Eyes of the Soul. Plus This Day in Music History, Rock n Roll Birthdays and The Joke of the Week!  Enjoy!

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It's the one year anniversary of The Backstreets of America Tour, this audacious vision to take my new live streaming show on the road! We celebrate with precious audio from the night before I left Alaska for this great adventure. Plus, The Allman Brothers call it a night and we call them great as was Jack Bruce, co-founder of Cream who sang and played bass in the world's first supergroup! Plus This Day in Music History and we take a listen to what the women in new music are saying these days!

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New music from Ziggy Marley, Walk the Moon, One Republic and the new one from Foo Fighters. Plus This Day in Music History and Justin Baragona returns to the show to talk about the leaks around the Michael Brown case and St. Louis Dispatch articles that find evidence were there is none. Also, The Joke of the Week!

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Along with This Day in Music History, some great new music from The Great Escape, Young Rising Sons & Johnny Winter, we countdown to The Allman Brothers' last gig next week at the Beacon Theater and celebrate the 34th anniversary of the release of The River.

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Noir photographer, Mark Krajnak is my special guest today. Happy Birthday Bob Weir! This Day in Music History brings us a special treat from George Harrison live from Madison Square Garden, The Joke of the Week and the Foo Fighters rock out on David Letterman! 

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Justin Baragona from PoliticusUSA spent the weekend observing "Ferguson October", four days of organized civil disobedience. He was there for "Moral Monday" when Cornel West was arrested and calls what's happening now, "a movement". Incredible conversation. Lots of great new music, This Day in Music History and Marriage Equality has its reception in Alaska!  Let Love Lead the Way!!  

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We celebrate what would have been John Lennon's 74th birthday with the co-creator of The John Lennon Tribute Concert, Joe Raiola who is also the Senior Editor of Mad Magazine! Fantastic interview. Plus This Day in Music History, two other rock birthdays to celebrate, The Joke of the Week and lots of great music from John Lennon! Thank you John! 

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The Backstreets of America Tour finally gets to talk with the Backstreets man himself, Chris Phillips, owner, publisher, editor of Backstreets Magazine and Backstreets.com. Plus, music for our lunar "blood moon" eclipse, This Day in Music History, Happy Birthday John Mellencamp and some awesome music! Enjoy!

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This Day in Music History, Happy Birthday to Sting, The Joke of the Week and Justin Baragona, Sr. Editor for PoliticusUSA.com gives his weekly update from Ferguson, MI. Oh yeah, and some great music including a money block for those Alaskans getting their PFD's!!

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Incredible! Amazing! My Central Park horse drawn carriage "driver", Stephen Malone, turns out to be the spokesperson for the NYC carriage industry! I didn't know that when I invited him on the show a couple of weeks ago but I know it now! Plus, a Motown itch that wouldn't quit, This Day in Music History and Trey Anastasio turns 50! Whew! What a show!

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