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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With an eye on the past, Quebec traditional music is reinventing itself — again | CBC RadioWith an eye on the past, Quebec traditional music is reinventing itself — again | CBC Radio
There’s a traditional Québécois song that’s devoted entirely to leg afflictions. Sung without instruments, Le pied fait su’l’cant plaintively describes a misshapen foot, a crooked ankle, a fat thigh. For
For the first time since I started hosting Detour in 1995 there will be an unplanned encore edition of the show today. The friendly snowplow has not found its way