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What's Up Next on the Doug Lewis Show

Nov. 7, 2006 – Tune into the Doug Lewis Show on WVGN 107.3 FM from 2 to 4 p.m., Sunday, Nov. 12. This Sunday we will feature Tony Bennett, Dan McKinnon, Neil Young, Hudson and the Hoodoo Cats, Abbie Gardner and more.
The Modern Music Feature CD is "Duets: An American Classic" from classic pop artist Tony Bennett. Bennett celebrates his eightieth birthday with a wonderful album of duets featuring some of the biggest names in the music industry. Among those joining Tony are Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder, the Dixie Chicks, Elvis Costello, Sting, Diana Krall, Elton John and many others.
The Indie Spotlight CD is "Fields of Dreams and Glory" from Canadian singer-songwriter Dan McKinnon. McKinnon wrote most of the songs on the CD and has a fine voice.
We celebrate the birthdays of Neil Young, bluesman Bukka White, Americana artist Hunter Moore, respected songwriter Vic Chestnutt and songwriter Mort Shuman, who wrote a number of classic hits in the fifties and sixties.
We include music from Hudson and the Hoodoo Cats, who will be playing in the Virgin Islands at various venues from Nov. 14-28.
We play new music from Tom Russell, Abbie Gardner, blues duo Scrapomatic and more.
We also include music from the Turtles, Buddy Guy and Junior Wells, Memphis Slim and Canned Heat, Pink Martini, the Drifters, the JW Jones Blues Band and more.

Tune in for a chance to win a copy of CDs from singer-songwriter Serena Ryder and from Daniel Powter, whose song "Bad Day" was a big hit. We also give away a copy of the new CD from Canadian folk artist Dan McKinnon and a new EP from Ani Difranco.
Doug Lewis Show is underwritten by Hook, Line, and Sinker and Molly Molones and by St. Thomas Radiology Associates.

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