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November 14th show: New music by geezers who rock. This week the Featured Geezer is singer-songwriter John Hiatt, who’s had his songs covered by artists as diverse as Bonnie Raitt, Iggy Pop, Three Dog Night, and the Neville Brothers. We’ve got three songs from Hiatt’s new album, “The Eclipse Sessions,” recorded during an actual eclipse! Also John Mayall and the Blue Breakers sing about what it’s like to be a geezer rocker on tour, both Garland Jeffreys and Willie Nile cover songs by Lou Reed, and there’s news about the Guns ‘n’ Roses/Donald Trump interface.
November 7th show: It’s Election Week, and we’ve got an “inciteful,” spelled i-n-c-i-t-e-f-u-l, and insightful, spelled i-n-s-i-g-h-t-f-u-l, slate of rabble rousing songs from registered geezers who rock! A “Fresh Start” with Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. Musical musings on immigration by Alejandro Escovedo. Something karmic from Bonnie Raitt and something upbeatedly whimsical from Graham Parker and the Rumour. Oh, yeah, the Featured Geezer is Billy Gibbons, so some of him, too, with a side of enchiladas.