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Spinitron - KDHX: Earthworms Mon Jan 20th 2014

Earthworms (Talk)

Mon Jan 20th 2014 7.00pm–8.00pm

R=listener request. N=music new at the station. L=local music. Your purchases using the Buy it! links

Time zone: central


January Kiefer - Storyperformer “Bringing the Light - traditional Cherokee story of Grandmother Spider” from Bringing the Light - Tales from Native America (StoryPerformances 1987L —Rev. January Kiefer, now a minister in the AME Church, inspired countless humans with her original and traditional storytelling skills. Tonight we hear some of her repertoire's earliest (and loveliest) tales.Buy it!


Robert Fishbone - St. Louis artist, musician, entrepreneur “Comfort Story” from 1,000 Steps (On The Wall Productions www.onwardisbest.com 2007L —Earthworms offers some deep-winter listening tonight: stories by St. Louis artists, creative neighbors, some are dear friends. Extraordinary human Robert Fishbone presents two tales tonight, this first one a small, true story from his own home. Thanks forBuy it!


TAIFA - African American Folklore Duo Kunama and Imani Mtendaji “Eziokwu (Ibo tale, the title means TRUTH)” from Stories from the Heart (TAIFA Productions Some musical diversity highlights this LAST 2014 edition of Earthworms as the African-American holiday Kwanzaa lights up many families and homes 1999L —Traditional to the Ibo of West Africa. Honesty, respect and manners are emphasized in this story. TAIFA performed at many St. Louis Earth Day Festivals - and have inspired countless humans with stories, music, morals and rhythms of the heart!Buy it!


Robert Fishbone - St. Louis artist, musician, entrepreneur “1,000 Steps - a true story of traveling, in the world and in the teller's mind and heart.” from 1,000 Steps (On The Wall Productions www.onwardisbest.com 2007L —In pursuit of Good Luck, Robert danced through cosmic flames - and mental doo-dah - and grew & changed from this experience he tells so melifluously . . .Buy it!


Jean Ponzi - Earthworms Host “Dot-to-Dot at the Smithsonian's Native American Museum” from A tiny little live true story (Just last week, in Our Nation's Capital, I loved this experience of human being-ness in a most amazing human-made space 2014N LBuy it!

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