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What's Up Next on the Doug Lewis Show

Jan. 16, 2008 – Tune into the Doug Lewis Show on WVGN 107.3 FM from 2 to 4 p.m., on Sunday, Jan. 20. This Sunday we will feature music by Rufus Wainwright, Sam Baker, Dave Potts, Ruthie Foster, the Kennedys, Terri Hendrix and more.
The Modern Music Feature CD is "Rufus Does Judy at Carnegie Hall" by Rufus Wainwright. Rufus' sensational new release pays tribute to Judy Garland's classic 1961 Carnegie Hall concert with a song-by-song replication of this concert (the audience included Rufus' grandmother). We follow Rufus with a track from the original concert as performed by Judy Garland.
The Indie Spotlight CD is "Pretty World," the new release from Austin, Texas singer-songwriter Sam Baker, whose release features contributions from some of Texas's leading musicians.
We play new music from Nick Moss and the Fliptops, Big George Brock, folk artist Dave Potts and more.
We also play music from John Mellencamp, Chad and Jeremy, the Kennedys, Ruthie Foster, Jerry Jeff Walker and more.
We remember acoustic blues-artist John Jackson on the anniversary of his death, and we celebrate the birthdays of folk legend Leadbelly and Poco drummer George Grantham.
We include music from Terri Hendrix, who will be appearing on Wednesday, Jan. 23, at Tillett Gardens, on St. Thomas. For ticket information call 776-8566. Find out more about Terri at www.terrihendrix.com.

We give away a copy of the Blues Award- nominated CD "On the Jimmy Reed Highway" by Omar Kent Dykes and Jimmie Vaughn. We also give away the latest blues CD, "Son of Skip James," from rock and roll legend Dion.
Doug Lewis Show is underwritten by Hook, Line and Sinker; Molly Molones; and St. Thomas Radiology Associates.

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