Global A Go-Go presents:

WRIR’s Fall 2017 Fund Drive wraps up on Wednesday October 25 at 11 PM. If you’ve been waiting until the end of the drive to contribute — well, now is that time.

We’re within shouting distance of our $40,000 goal, so your help right now can push us across the finish line and ensure that WRIR’s next six months are filled with great locally produced and nationally sourced music and news programming that provides a true radio alternative, demonstrating that making the public airwaves available to the public results in the highest level of community service.

I’ll be doing a special fund drive program this week, answering one of the questions I’m most often asked: “How do you find out about the music you play on Global A Go-Go?”

And I’ll be back on the air Wednesday between 7 and 11 PM, encouraging listeners to contribute during the drive’s last four hours. I’d love to be able to announce your name on the air (with your permission, of course), thank you for your support, and say that it’s folks like you who make community radio in Richmond an ongoing reality.

We have three easy ways for you to donate:

Online at http://www.wrir.org/station/donate
By calling 804-622-9747
Or by visiting us in person at 1621-B W. Broad Street (2nd floor)

Thank you for considering it, and extra thanks if you’ve already contributed this fall. Love live Richmond Independent Radio!

Podcast: http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/94502

All the podcasts: http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/series/Global+A+Go-Go

Playlist:

    Time: October 25 - 11:00:00 am
  • Oliver Lake, “Separation”

    from Matador Of 1st & 1st

    Passin' Thru - 1997

    USA

  • Time: October 25 - 11:00:00 am
  • Joe Strummer & The Mescaleros, “Global A Go-Go”

    from Global a Go-Go

    Hellcat - 2001

    England UK

  • Time: October 25 - 11:09:00 am
  • Dollar Brand, “African Marketplace”

    from African Marketplace

    Elektra - 1980

    South Africa

  • Time: October 25 - 11:16:00 am
  • African Jazz Pioneers, “Nonto Sangoma”

    from Afrcan Jazz Pioneers

    Kaz - 1989

    South Africa

  • Time: October 25 - 11:30:00 am
  • Linton Kwesi Johnson, “Sonny's Lettah (Anti-Sus Poem)”

    from Forces of Victory

    Island - 1979

    Jamaica-England UK

  • Time: October 25 - 11:33:52 am
  • Burning Spear, “Slavery Days”

    from Marcus Garvey

    Island - 1975

    Jamaica

  • Time: October 25 - 11:37:24 am
  • Faraon Bantu Sound System, “Westbound Train”

    from Profecias Del Emperador Bantu

    Chusma - 2011

    Jamaica-England UK-Colombia

  • Time: October 25 - 11:48:00 am
  • Fela Anikulapo Kuti, “Sorrow Tears And Blood”

    from Black President

    Arista - 1980

    Nigeria

  • Time: October 25 - 12:09:00 pm
  • Ali Farka Toure, “Jungau”

    from The River

    Mango - 1990

    Mali

  • Time: October 25 - 12:17:00 pm
  • Mdou Moctar, “Adounia”

    from Akounak Tedalat Taha Tazoughai (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

    Sahel Sounds - 2015

    Niger

  • Time: October 25 - 12:32:00 pm
  • Kocani Orkestar, “L'Orient Est Rouge”

    from L'Orient Est Rouge

    Crammed - 1997

    Macedonia

  • Time: October 25 - 12:38:07 pm
  • Fanfare Ciocarlia, “Born To Be Wild”

    from Borat original motion picture soundtrack

    Downtown / Atlantic - 2006

    Romania

  • Time: October 25 - 12:46:00 pm
  • Lord Kitchener with the Frank Francis Orchestra, “Kitch You're So Sweet”

    from single

    Telco - 1963

    Trinidad & Tobago

  • Time: October 25 - 12:50:05 pm
  • The Jolly Boys, “Hanging On The Telephone”

    from Great Expectation

    eOne Music - 2011

    Jamaica

  • Time: October 25 - 12:53:02 pm
  • Silvia Blanco, “Barubana Yagien”

    from Umalali: The Garifuna Women's Project

    Cumbancha - 2008

    Guatemala

96 October 25th, 2017

Posted In: Music Shows