On the day Dawes release their fourth studio album, 'All Your Favorite Bands', Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes joins Jade by telephone to talk about the new record and the band's plans for touring in support of it. "As of now, I can't wait to play music every night," Goldsmith says.
With the NBA and NHL going into their final series, and students in colleges and high schools finishing their final exams, we got to thinking about songs that finish loudly and strongly. So for today's 9:30 Coffee Break, what songs do you want to hear that have big finishes? Send us your requests.
This week, John Moe stopped by The Current's Morning Show to talk to Jade (in for Jill Riley) and Sean McPherson about a new photo-storage service from Google, and a very soothing live walrus cam. "I can't explain why it's so soothing to see these walruses lying around just doing nothing," John says. Yet it is.
Ray Charles had a No. 1 hit with a country ballad; the Stones made their U.S. television debut; Macca held two No. 1 chart positions; Prince played his first U.K. gig; and Russian authorities had neither the right thoughts, right words nor right actions when they detained Franz Ferdinand's Alex Kapranos on suspicion of spying, Today in Music History.