Wednesday: Celtic Legend Tommy Sands!

About 11:20 a.m. on Wednesday October 16, Mandorichard will be chatting with Tommy Sands on WRCT’s Whiskey Before Breakfast!

Tommy began touring with his brothers and sister in the 1970s and is known as an eloquent storyteller throughout all of Ireland — North and South. He works hard to provide the music of healing to all who are in conflict. (“The Music of Healing“)

He will be appearing for Calliope on Thursday, October 24 in what promises to be a stellar solo show.

So tune in to 88.3 FM in Pittsburgh or the stream at www.wrct.org for Whiskey Before Breakfast at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday. You’ll hear an eclectic mix of folk music and a great conversation with Tommy Sands.

(Note: If you miss the Tommy Sands interview, it will be available at Mandorichard’s mixcloud page on Thursday.)


Grace Quebe on WRCT: Wednesday, 9/25

If you’ve been listening to WRCT’s Whiskey Before Breakfast recently, you’ve heard tracks from The Quebe Sisters‘ new record, available today, wherever independent music is sold.

At about 11:20 a.m. on Wednesday, September 25, Grace Quebe the eldest of the three Quebe Sisters will tell Whiskey Before Breakfast listeners about the new record, and she and Mandorichard will chat about how much fun she and her sisters Sophia and Hulda have fiddling and singing their way across the globe.

And of course, you’ll hear music from the new record. Triple fiddles, three-part vocal harmony, innovative western swing and jazz — what’s not to love!

Be sure to tune in to 88.3 FM Pittsburgh Wednesday morning to catch the fun. Or stream the show from this very website.


Black Oak Arkansas’ Jim Dandy to appear on WRCT August 15

Thursday night on WRCT’s Court’s in Session, legendary rock’n’roller James “Jim Dandy” Mangrum of Black Oak Arkansas will join your rockin’ attorney Eric Jackson Lurie on the air shortly after 8:00 p.m.

Jim will discuss the new BOA album Underdog Heroes, the band’s first full-length release in decades!

Black Oak Arkansas was one of the top money makers touring in the 1970s. Check out their seminal hit “Jim Dandy to the Rescue.”

All here on 88.3 FM, Pittsburgh, or streaming from this very website.


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