We’ve just received news of two more upcoming broadcasts of the series:
On Dec. 27, Chattanooga’s WAWL will air Part 1 at 8 p.m., followed by Part 2 at 9 p.m. The series will then be repeated at 2 a.m. WAWL is a web-only radio station and is the only alternative station in town. It serves as a learning lab for students at Chattanooga State University and places a lot of emphasis on local musical talent. It covers a musical range that runs from R&B to metal to Native America. You can listen online at wawl.org.
Then, on Jan. 21, WVPE, the NPR station in Elkhart and South Bend, Indiana, will broadcast Part 1 at 7 p.m., followed by Part 2 at 8 p.m. WVPE’s range extends across the region called Michiana, which consists of southwestern Michigan and north-central Indiana. Part of its diverse programming includes six hours of the blues each weekend, hosted for the past 27 years by blues vocalist Harvey Stauffer. Tune in locally at 88.1 or online at wvpe.org.