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Wednesdays 7 - 8pm (EDT) | On WFMU (Info) | 91.1, 90.1, 91.9 FM & wfmu.org
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Wednesday, July 18th, 7pm - 8pm: David Nagler & friends with Bridget St. John
David Nagler & friends with Bridget St. John - Brooklyn-based musician David Nagler has a fondness for large-scale projects. Nagler set a number of Carl Sandberg's poems to music on his last album. David's latest is The Appointees, a musical observation of members, past and present, of the current US administration. He is also the musical director for Wesley Stace's Cabinet of Wonders, has worked with Jon Langford and is a member of the band Nova Social. Among the friends in the band is Bridget St. John, notable for two well-loved British folk albums, Ask Me No Questions and Songs for the Gentle Man, sung in her rich contralto. St. John also played alongside Michael Chapman at WFMU's Monty Hall not long ago. Bridget now adds vocals to David Nagler's songs and they played a few tunes for Irene.

Wednesday, July 25th, 7pm - 8pm: Ana Egge
With an unhurried style, Ana Egge's songs are both melancholic and filled with sweetness. Egge might be easy to miss in a crowded field of singer-songwriters but her songs have a catchiness that stays with you. Ana's 10th and latest album, White Tiger, was produced by multi-instrumentlist Alec Spiegelman, who some might know from his band Cuddle Magic. Speigelman provided just the right amount of flourishes on the album, and plays a number of instruments within the songs. Ana Egge brought Alec Spiegelman along for this live set for WFMU.

Wednesday, August 8th, 7pm - 8pm: Ethan, Master of the Hawaiian Ukulele
Claiming to have been "born in a volcano with nothing but a dream and board shorts," Ethan, Master of the Hawaiian Ukulele lets his stream of consciousness flow through every song he writes. The Austin-based musician is a rail-thin six feet five inches tall, strums guitar instead of ukulele and is hilarious in his "matter of fact" way. This will be Ethan's third visit to Irene's show on WFMU, as he prepares his first release in 10 years, "No Man is an Island", out on cassette and digital this fall.




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