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What's Up Next on the Doug Lewis Show

Jan. 22, 2008 – Tune into the Doug Lewis Show on WVGN 107.3 FM from 2 to 4 p.m., on Sunday, Jan. 27. This Sunday we will feature music by Luke Powers, John Lennon, Mahalia Jackson, Jeff Beck, Hot Buttered Rum, the Grandsons and more.
Due to a delivery breakdown between the post office and the central office of WVGN, the Doug Lewis Show for Jan. 20 was not available for broadcast and the station re-ran the Jan. 13 program. Hopefully, this problem will not re-occur.
The Modern Music Feature CD is "Live Earth" a two-DVD and one-CD set featuring highlights from the nationally telecast Live Earth event. This release has lots of great performances including contributions from Corinne Bailey Rae, the Police, Bon Jovi, Melissa Etheridge, John Legend, Genesis and more.
The Indie Spotlight CD is "Picture Book" by Americana rocker Luke Powers, whose CD features contributions from, among others, Garth Hudson of the Band.
We play new music from Hot Buttered Rum, Roomful of Blues, Peter Case and more.
We also play music from Bruce Springsteen, Rhonda Vincent, John Lennon, Carey Bell and more.
We remember gospel great Mahalia Jackson and R&B songwriter Gene McFadden on the anniversary of their deaths. We also celebrate the birthdays of the late, great songwriter Doc Pomus and of Margo Timmins of the Cowboy Junkies.
We include music from the Grandsons, who will be appearing at numerous venues throughout the Virgin Islands.

We give away a copy of the Indie Spotlight CD from Luke Powers, the new release from country singer Pam Tillis, a tribute CD to the guitar artistry of Jeff Beck, and the latest release from the Cowboy Junkies.
Doug Lewis Show is underwritten by Hook, Line and Sinker; Molly Molones; and St. Thomas Radiology Associates.

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