The 5-piece band Sanctum Sully from Asheville describes itself as a "traditionally untraditional" bluegrass band. Tune in for live takes of songs off their new release "Trade Winds" in Studio B. It's their officially unofficial release party before their real one in Asheville Saturday night (with Yarn!)
The mandolinist of one of the hottest bluegrass bands today takes over the music mix from 11am to Noon with details about the Rangers' new album, tales of their travels with Steve Martin and others this past year, and an eclectic selection of some of his personal favorites.
It's a popular idea in Texas that the Lone Star State — once an independent republic — could break away and go it alone. A few years ago, Texas Gov. Rick Perry hinted that if Washington didn't stop meddling in his state, independence might be an option. In his brief run for the White House, he insisted that nearly anything the feds do, the states — and Texas in particular — could do better.
Originally published on Fri March 30, 2012 2:39 pm
The Republican National Committee's anti-"Obamacare" ad which edited audio of this week's Supreme Court oral arguments to accentuate the pause taken by the Obama administration's lawyer as he began his defense of the law, continued to get significant attention Friday, much of it negative, two days after it first went up on YouTube.