John’s Porch delivers soulful music this Sunday
I sincerely hope you will join me this Sunday morning, November 20th, from 10:00 until noon on John’s Porch as we examine music for the soul. I firmly believe that all music emanates from the soul, but more obviously with certain songs. The first hour is chock full of those songs and I’ve got several that I think you’re going to enjoy.
Blues lovers will enjoy the work of Frank Bey & Anthony Paule, Lurrie Bell, Robert Ward, and Dave Specter with Brother Jack McDuff, but there’s more to the first hour than the blues. There’s also Stevie Wonder, The Pointer Sisters, and Van Morrison among others.
In hour two, we’ll drop the theme but continue with some great music. There’s Alison Krauss with Union Station, Brock Davis, and Gina Sicilia. There’s also Carlene Carter, The Eagles, and Lyle Lovett with his take on a Ray Charles classic.
Plus, there’s more. George Harrison, Marvin Gaye, and Gladys Knight And The Pips and more to round out the hour.
If we keep on like this, pretty soon we’re going to need a third hour. (Just kidding boss, two hours are fine – for now…)
For those of you who haven’t visited John’s Porch yet, I hope you will check us out one Sunday morning. We play an eclectic mix of blues, country, bluegrass, rhythm & blues, mix of blues, country, bluegrass, rhythm & blues, zydeco, folk, and other genres that will make you happy.
I hope you will join me this Sunday, November 20th, from 10:00 to noon, on John’s Porch. We would love to have you over for company. You can find us on one of these great VPM Stations: 93.1 and 107.3 VPM-Music and 88.9 HD2, Richmond, and streaming online at VPM.org