Hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot count down their favorite albums released in 2020. From blues to rap to dance pop to rock to alt-country, there was a wide range of great music released this year. Find out what albums took the top spots.
Sound Opinions hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot welcome our crate-digging Kris Kringle, Andy Cirzan to share great holiday songs that aren’t played-out.
Well, it’s Thanksgiving, a holiday that revolves around family, football, and most importantly, food. So on this Afterglow special, we’re going to chow down on some food-related songs from the Great American Songbook. Ahead this hour, we’ll hear some odes to beans, cornbread, meat, and potatoes by some guys named Louis. Louis Jordan, Louis Armstrong, and Louis Prima, that is. Nat King Cole will also get in on the food-song fun. And we’ll hear a few songs saluting feasting together at home, sung by Kay Starr and Cab Calloway.
From WFIU in Bloomington.
“Cup of Tea” will air at 5:00 pm today because of network maintenance scheduled for its regular 4:00 pm time slot.
Scheduled maintenance on our computer network will interrupt KSPB’s connection to the tower. Music will play during this time from a backup device.