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Page's Kitchen

  • A lot of the credit for this last show, this Texas Twin Bill, goes to one of Page’s cohorts Ames Arnold, who was often tasked with contacting touring artists and cajoling them into a recording studio, schooling them on the whole Swamp scene, and having them buy into it - no small task. Ames coaxed Robert Earl Keen, Jr. and Townes Van Zandt into Alpha Audio’s main 3rd floor studio on June 18th 1991.
  • On this 7th edition of Page’s Kitchen, we spend the full hour with one of Americana’s most treasured voices and songwriters with strong Virginia roots - Mary Chapin Carpenter and her longtime musical partner John Jennings.
  • On this sixth edition of Page’s Kitchen, we spend an intimate hour with the legendary Oklahoma songwriter and guitar slinger, John Weldon Cale, from a session recorded in the summer of 1990 at Richmond’s storied Floodzone studio in Shockoe Bottom.
  • On this 5th edition of JAMinc Presents Page’s Kitchen, we’ll be serving up some of his very favorite brand of purebred American mongrel music…some seriously swampy stuff from down Louisiana way. In the second half hour we’ll hear from the anointed son of the late zydeco king Clifton Chenier, C. J. Chenier and his Red Hot Louisiana Band. But we begin with the rollicking two-fisted piano and the lets-get-this-party-started vocals of Marcia Ball.
  • On this 4th edition of the program, our most welcome kitchen guests are giants in the world of acoustic music, a hand-picked group of world class musicians that spent many years supporting one of most influential and revered guitarists of any genre, Tony Rice.
  • On this third edition of "Page’s Kitchen," we’ll be serving up a rich and nourishing helping of the blues… more specifically the Piedmont blues, as delivered by two of the all-American genre’s most renowned practitioners, John Cephas and Phil Wiggins.