Dial into a Weird and Wonderful Week of Specialty Shows on Pure Pop Radio

mic-small 10This first full week of October brings to you a full slate of weird and wonderful specialty shows on Pure Pop Radio. What’s in store?

ww-logo-longThis week’s big event is the premiere of the new show hosted by Pop 4 and Tiny Volcano’s melody maker, Scott McPherson. Scott’s The Weird and the Wonderful debuts this Wednesday afternoon at 1 pm ET. Yes, we’re filling your mid-week lunchtime slot with sounds spun by a master of melodic wonder, including, during this first go-around, songs from The Major Labels, Seth Swirsky, Roswell, and Jon Brion. Plus, Scott converses celestially with one of the top hep cats ever to tread the show business boards, Sammy Davis, Jr. (Scott has, you know, connections.)

everylittlethinglogo-smallBefore we turn the calendar pages to this Wednesday, we look to tonight’s specialty show fare. At 8 pm ET, Ken Michaels is back with an all-new edition of Every Little Thing. This week, Ken talks to famed Beach Boys lyricist and poet Stephen Kalinich, and spins an acoustic set featuring both Beatles and solo Beatles tracks.

waveJammin’ James Riley follows tonight in the 9 o’clock slot with his latest survey of cool summer sounds on Catching a Wave, where The Explorers Club, Donna Loren, The Beach Boys, The Sabres and Danny Amis and the Twin Tones negotiate the sun-soaked vibes rocking our host’s virtual beach.

needle meets vinylAfter Scott McPherson’s The Weird and the Wonderful kicks off its run this Wednesday at 1 pm ET, musician Brian Bringelson lowers the tone arm onto a bevy of records on the latest edition of Needle Meets Vinyl. Tune in at 8 pm ET on Wednesday for a triple-play of Beatles tunes, and equally fantastic sides from across the decades from such artists as The Kinks, The Rolling Stones, The Beach Boys, Roy Orbison, Michael Nesmith and the First National Band, and Emitt Rhodes. It’s all vinyl, all the time for a festive celebration of 33 1/3 and 45 rpm spins.

the-beatles-things-we-said-todayWe close the book on this first week of October’s run of specialty shows on Pure Pop Radio with another very special edition of the weekly Beatles roundtable, Things We Said Today. This Thursday at 8 pm ET, our esteemed panel of Fab experts speaks with Nigel Sinclair, the producer, and Paul Crowder, the editor of Ron Howard’s Beatles film, Eight Days a Week: The Touring Years. This is your chance to go deep inside the making of this popular film, now playing on Hulu and in specialty theaters.

Don’t miss the debut of Scott McPherson’s lunchtime show, The Weird and the Wonderful, and all-new editions of Every Little Thing, Catching a Wave, Needle Meets Vinyl and Things We Said Today. Pure Pop Radio has your nighttime listening covered!

It’s Weird and Altogether Wonderful! Pop 4’s Scott McPherson Chows Down with You Beginning Next Wednesday, October 5

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Pop 4 and Tiny Volcano’s musical ringmaster, Scott McPherson, weaves a tantalizing web of hooks and harmony, punctuated by the occasional making of a mirthful aside or two, on his new Pure Pop Radio lunchtime show, The Weird and the Wonderful, debuting next Wednesday afternoon, October 5, at 1 pm ET here on Pure Pop Radio.

Lunch and catchy tunes are served! Set your midday soup and sandwich combo on your tray table (and don’t forget your cutlery, condiments, and napkin) while you listen to the most excellent, weird and wonderful first episode. You’ll virtually chow down with Scott and hear him play some truly outstanding tracks from The Major Labels, Seth Swirsky, Foxtails Brigade, and Jon Brion, among others, and you’ll dig the hipster lingo coming from special guest “Sammy Davis, Jr.,” who visits The Weird and the Wonderful from the great, swinging beyond. It’ll be a gas, maaaan!

scott-mcpherson-15Scott McPherson’s The Weird and the Wonderful airs Wednesday afternoons at 1 pm ET on Pure Pop Radio. Each week, expect a wide-ranging selection of hooks and harmony that will put a smile on your face. Weird? Check. Wonderful? Check. Your regular, weekly lunchtime companion? Indeed. Lunchtime never tasted so good!

 

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