Revisiting our Youth: Back to the 80′s on Off the Record

August 30, 2008 by onair

 

Join me Monday as we revisit that golden age, the 1980′s!  We’ll be featuring one of those old 24 Page Read-Along Book and Records entitled “E.T.: The Extraterrestrial” narrated by a young Drew Barrymore!  We’ll hear songs from The Chameleons, Suzanne Vega, The Cure, Shonen Knife, The Dead Milkmen and many more!  I’ll have a special guest co-host—- join me from 10-noon on Monday!

Silent Beats this Saturday

August 28, 2008 by onair

To show our support for fellow volunteers at the station;  in honor of the hard work and dedication given by them, and to protest recent decisions unfairly made regarding the cancellation of “7 Layer Dip”,  Molly and Lucia have opted to host DROP BEATS NOT BOMBS this Saturday, August 30, 8-10pm, in silence.  

We will continue to play all your favorite beats and rhymes and will even be available for requests, but will remain silent hosts until further notice.  Our interview scheduled for this week with 1865 will be recorded and saved for another show. Please stream online or access our archive for a playlist.  Thank you for your love, support and listening ears.

Peace.

BREAKING NEWS: Parkside down for the count?

August 28, 2008 by onair

The Pack heirs have prevailed in their lawsuit against Buncombe County and Stewart Coleman. The Parkside Condominium project appears to be dead. Read the Mountain Express story here. Tune in to Making Progress: News for a Change Monday at 7 pm. for details and discussion of what happens next.

Edgy Mama on Listen 2 Women, 4-5pm Thur. 8/28

August 28, 2008 by onair

Today’s guest on Listen 2 Women will be The Edgy Mama, Anne Fitten Glenn, author of the weekly Mountain Xpress column of the same name.  Tune in from 4-5 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28 to hear Shelley and Leah’s conversation with our own local Edgy Mama.  We’ll talk about kids and parenting, but also beer and who knows what else. 

The goal of Listen 2 Women is to be a forum for women’s voices.  If you miss the show live, check it out on WPVM’s archives page.  Just click on Listen 2 Women.

August 27, 2008 by onair

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Tune in tonight (Wednesday) live @ 11pm or check out the Archive @ www.nighttimeswerve.org

Listen for Adam’s exclusive interview with Elliot Bergman, sax player for NOMO (Ubiquity Records). Elliot took a quick break from their American tour to stop by our WPVM studios last month. Learn about the formation of this explosive band and their exciting US tour promoting their new album Ghost Rock.

This was my last show . The Paris of the South is no more .

August 27, 2008 by onair

In solidarity with Gillian Coat , Simone ,  their show  ” 7 layer dip ” been abruptly cancelled, add the resignation of Jason , our manager at the station   , the Paris of the South radio hour is taking a leave of absence and will not be on the air next week until changes and new policies  in the structure happen .

At this moment the station  cannot guarantee and support ” freedom of speech”   and the community spirit  that I cherished since I  moved to Asheville 15 years ago.

This last show is dedicated to Gillian, Simone , and Jason and to all of you  who have by your  presence , voluntarism , devotion, passion  and commitment,  created a real community radio during my time (117 shows). On this last one you will hear the greatest French song ever written (with all its covers) ” With time , love goes away  “ by Leo Ferre   .

CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO THE HOMAGE !(starting wed-midnight)

I love you all , au revoir et a bientot .

FRANCOIS MANAVIT (francois@redherringpuppets.com)

Ooze Out Update: Catching up with Caethua

August 26, 2008 by onair

If you listen to the Ooze Out Program you are no stranger to the music of Clare Hubbard’s Caethua project. Listen to our exclusive Ooze Out Telephone Interview, tonight, as she talks about weird holes in the badlands, the Lord of the Rings inspired sounds of Bo Hansson and other things she has encountered during her travels. We’ll also discuss her many forthcoming releases and have the Ooze Out Premiere of the new LP by the Skaters, Physicalities Of The Sensibilities Of Ingrediential Strairways.


my very best,
Peter

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