Today on Detour: 10 years ago on August 29th hurricane Katrina caused widespread destruction in New Orleans and the surrounding Gulf Coast. We’ll hear some songs about the flooding and dismal government response. And, of course, the Detour Cover Set will challenge you and the Detour Concert Calendar will enlighten you. Listen to Detour today at 5 pm on 89.7 or online at http://wtmd.org. The show will be archived at http://www.detourradio.com later tonight.
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Joseph Shabalala, Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder, dies aged 78 | Music | The GuardianJoseph Shabalala, Ladysmith Black Mambazo founder, dies aged 78 | Music | The Guardian
Joseph Shabalala performing in 2008. Photograph: Joseph Kaczmarek/AP Joseph Shabalala, the bandleader who brought the South African vocal harmony group Ladysmith Black Mambazo to global success, has died aged 78.