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WHILE I'M LIVING: TANYA TUCKER & WARREN STORM

Singer Tanya Tucker got her start as a very young singer in Nashville. At age 13, she had her first hit with “Delta Dawn.” Since then, she’s seen a lot of the world of Country Music but still kept her landmark sound. We’ll talk about her new Grammy-nominated record and her love of cutting horses in the Desert West. Then the late King of Swamp Pop, Warren Storm brings us back to Louisiana where took the world by storm with a new recording of classic songs.

REMAKE THE WORLD: JIMMY CLIFF & ARTURO O'FARRILL

We travel to Jamaica and Cuba, with connections in NY and New Orleans. Singer Jimmy Cliff is the global reggae star whose career was launched a half century ago by the iconic film and sound track, The Harder They Come. We talk with him about his start in the early days of Jamaican recorded music and his work to make the world a better place for everyone. Then bandleader and pianist Arturo O’Farrill shares his family heritage in Afro-Latin jazz and a recent project playing music of all kinds on the US side of the Mexican border at the Fandango at the Wall. Plus music from around the Caribbean and Gulf South with Toots and the Maytals, Machito and Big Chief Donald Harrison Jr.