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What's Up Next on the Doug Lewis Show

June 4, 2009 – Tune into the Doug Lewis Show on WVGN 107.3 FM from 1-3 p.m., on Sunday, June 7. This Sunday, we will feature music by Scott Miller and the Commonwealth, Johnny Cash, Tom Jones, Blame Sally, Joan Armatrading and more.
The Indie Spotlight CD is "For Crying Out Loud" from the roots-rocking Scott Miller and the Commonwealth. Miller was a former member of the V-Roys, who recorded for Steve Earle's label.
We play new music from Blame Sally, Joel Rafael, Guy Davis, the Meat Puppets, Diana Krall and more.
We also feature music from Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, Dan Tyminski, J.B. Hutto, Joan Armatrading and more.
We celebrate the birthdays of Tom Jones, Dean Martin, Clarence White of the Byrds and Bill Kreutzman of the Grateful Dead. We also remember blues pianist Meade Lux Lewis on the anniversary of his death.
We give away a copy of a great CD with an assortment of Chicago blues artists performing some great harmonica blues pieces, and we give away a pair of fine Americana releases from Chris Stuart & Backcountry and from Jamie Kindleyside.
Some Live Shows coming up: Danny Silber and his Jazz Band play at Tillett Gardens at 7 p.m., on Wednesday, June 10. The cost is $10 and a portion of the proceeds will benefit Arts Alive. The show will be recorded.
Billy Davis, a current member of British rockers Badfinger, plays at the Brew Pub on St. Croix on June 12 and also plays at Chicken Charlie's on June 13.

Hook, Line and Sinker, and St. Thomas Radiology Associates underwrite the Doug Lewis Show.

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