Radio M host Tony Sarabia joins Jerome for another edition of Global Notes, Worldview’s weekly look at what’s happening in the world of music.Tom Clowes is a graduate student at Roosevelt University's Chicago Conservatory of Performing Arts. For the past several summ
Fate works in mysterious ways. For local musician Brad Smith, it came in the form of an old high school buddy, Philip Sternberg. Sternberg came across a tape of Smith’s songs and thought they’d be perfect for a film his brother in law was making. The brother in law?
Alison Cuddy got a chance to review the year in music. She invited WBEZ's "Radio M" host Tony Sarabia and music critic and "Eight Forty-Eight" contributor Althea Legaspi in to talk about the highlights of 2010.
Golosa is a Chicago choir group with a difference. They sing pre-Soviet Russian folk music, mostly Siberia-based. They have released their second CD, "Until Bright Day." Jerome and Radio M host Tony Sarabia talk with the choir about their music.
DJ LA Jesus will save your soul, or at least the soles of your dancing feet! His name’s not meant to be blasphemous or sacrilegious.Rather, it’s a persona and a musical message that has evolved over time.