18 December 2008

Global Holiday Tunes tomorrow!

Spin the Globe: Live Locally, Groove Globally
Fridays 10-noon (Pacific) on KAOS 89.3 FM Olympia, and streaming live

NEWS: Snow! I know, it's not news for many of you who are used to such
wintery conditio ns, but it's rare enough here in the Pacific
Northwest that it bears special attention, even if it melts in the
rain expected on Christmas Eve. It's so much lighter out at night now,
and provides a great excuse to play hooky and go for a long crunchy
wal k instead. But since that kind of talk isn't good for the economy,
you should probably just stay in your cubicle and not listen to me.

Dec. 19: Christmas/Hanukkah/Solstice -- we're loading up the sleigh
with global holiday m usic, and you're invited along for the ride!
Dec. 26: The Best Global Music of 2008
Jan. 2: New Music for a New Year -- including some albums and songs so
fresh I guarantee you haven't heard them anywhere else!

You know you can listen live online Fridays 10-noon*, right?)
* Pacific USA time

Missed an artist or song name? Check out Spin The Globe's past playlists

Listen Again: Want to hear something again? You can now catch archived
shows for a limited time on the blog

Check out the events calendar for upcoming global happenings,
particularly in the Pacific Northwest.

Find out what's hot on Spin The Globe's World Music charts, and read
new CD reviews.

All that and more at http://spintheglobe.earball.net

Scott Stev e ns
KAOS World Music Director and host/producer of Spin the Globe
SoundRoots Global Culture blog http://soundroots.org

Send review CDs/DVDs/books to: (please, world music only! others will
likely not be reviewed)
Scott St ev ens, Spin The Globe/SoundRoots.org
2103 Harrison Avenue NW
Olympia, WA 98502 USA

Send airplay info/CDs to:
Scott Stevens, World Music Director
The Evergreen State College
Olympia, WA 98505 USA
Music department phone: 360-867-689 66

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