The Deslondes / Iain Anderson Show / The Arc in Ann Arbor
Song and Artist: Cover of Joe Tex’s “Yum-Yum” by The Deslondes of New Orleans, Louisiana.
photo courtesy Sarrah Danziger, the Deslondes official website
Cover of Joe Tex’s “Yum-Yum” by The Deslondes…
The Deslondes website/music:
Radio Show: The Iain Anderson Show on Radio Scotland, BBC (Glasgow, Scotland)
images courtesy BBC
Description (excerpt from official website):
“..listen to Iain Anderson present the very best in classic and contemporary songwriting”…”Iain also shows his passion and commitment to the very best in Scottish, Irish and Gaelic artists”…”Throughout the week, Iain dips into deep back catalogue and re-issues” and “…To complete the mix, look out for special and exclusive live performances, in-depth interviews and Iain’s regular features: Current Album of the Week, Archive Album of the Week, Song of the Week and Songwriter of the Week. “
Listen live on Mondays, Tuesdays, and Wednesdays from 10:05pm thru 1am.
Access “The Iain Anderson Show”: http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b0074hkv
Supporter of Americana (venue/nonprofit organization): The Arc of Ann Arbor
images courtesy the official website of The Ark of Ann Arbor, Michigan
The Arc is a longtime-running organization with its current purpose being that of providing a nurturing environment for folk music performances, maintaining its reputation as a top-notch listening room.
Excerpt from the official website of The Arc:
“The Ark is Michigan’s nonprofit home for folk and roots music. Considered one of the top music clubs in the world, The Ark is renowned for the quality and breadth of its programming. The Ark is an intimate 400-seat club presenting performers ranging from young up-and-comers to classic figures of the folk genre. With live music over 300 nights each year in one of the best listening rooms anywhere, The Ark is a sure bet for a memorable evening of enriching entertainment, musical artistry, and personal warmth. “
The Ark, a nonprofit organization, funds the operating expenses of the listening room venue through ticket sales, an annual Ann Arbor music festival, and through membership fees and donations.
Link to Ann Arbor Listening Room: http://www.theark.org/