The First Christmas collection from Lester the Nightfly. Lost but Not Forgotten Christmas Songs. From Ryba to Lou Rawls.
Hope for Christmas (S2 | E102) The Lester the Nightfly Holiday Music Interview Yes. That's right. A holiday show just prior to Thanksgiving. In a word, our crack team at…
Chris Oglesby Musicology (S2 | E101). Certainly one of the most musically intelligent guests we have ever had on this radio show.
An instant classic episode, we have probably the most diverse collection of music yet on the program. Chris Oglesby Music.
Lizz Wright Jazz Blues Gospel (S2 | E99) on Lester the Nightfly - where you never know what you're gonna get.
Chris brings us Tyler the Creator, Charles Gounod, Sufjan Stevens... We talk pop, rock and opera. Chris has a gorgeous voice. And we get to hear his Giulio Gari Foundation concert performance on this show.
THE CAME. THEY WENT. 10-10-22. STEREOLAB performs at Brooklyn Steel in New York. We do the setlist.
You can Jonas' appreciation for the bass voice in this exclusive interview. This is Part Two of a Two-Part Series.
Idomeneo Act II. Little know? Well... how about this... lesser-known Mozart. He was 25 and this opera was a very big deal for Wolfy Amadeus.
We hear from the greats on this radio show. Jerome Hines. Samuel Ramey. Cesare Siepi. Jonas Jud Opera Bass on Lester the Nightfly.
Jazz: We have three major meditations and one micro-meditation. We hear the greats and we learn about the new.
Part 2 with Jen Ayers. Glamrock, Transgender & Music from the new record SHe Said. An exclusive interview.
Jen Ayers' husband says "I'm transgender." Yeah - it took a while for that to get sorted. And Jen shares the story in her new record: "SHe Said."
The show is under protest! This VRL has NO BUSINESS appropriating my favorite year of music (1985) and using it for her own purposes!
Ludwig Van: Donald Levine Edition (LTNF LIVE 4 WERB Radio). Overtures and a Symphony from Ludwig Van Beethoven.
What Remains of Edith Finch. Valerie (she/they), also known by VRL, is an LA-based voice actor, musician, and creative. This week on LTNF.
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith is an American composer, performer and producer, whose work prominently employs Buchla modular synthesizers.
We're working our way to 10-10-22. That's the date for Stereolab to play at Brooklyn Steel in NYC. Stereolab: Influences
Francesco Gualerzi formed Officina Del Battagliero, a band devoted to the work of Tienno Pattacini, a notable composer from the Emiglia Romagna region of Italy.
Opera singer Rebecca Kidnie brings us music and chat about David Bowie, Richard Wagner, Jonas Kaufman and Bandits on the Run.
ONJ. Our Olivia Newton John had way more great songs than you remember. So let's fix that. A special two-hour show reviewing her work.
Rebecca Kidnie Opera Singer. Get to know the talented opera singer from Manhattan. We hear her music and she shares a fun playlist.
We explore more of Hope Griffin's new EP, Before We Take Our Leave, in this endearing interview on Lester the Nightfly.
It's Goat Radio and Avant Bluegrass this week on LTNF LIVE! Avant Bluegrass is what we want to call this thing - this marvelous music.
July 2022 New Music (LTNF LIVE) Pogo renforshort Afghan Whigs Severence Vancouver Sleep Clinic rapport Beach Bunny
Hope Griffin New Music (S2 | E85). This week part one of a two-part series featuring indie folk artist Hope Griffin from Asheville, NC.
The Cat Who Walked by Himself. And The Elephant's Child. Stories... Just so.
Celeste Morales, opera singer, shares other music that she loves with us. Plus an interview with Gloria Gari.
Elegant and sophisticated, provocative and daring, The Cellist explores one of the preeminent threats facing the West today.
Caprice. A record from Alison Balsom. 2006. We play it, and talk about on LTNF Live.
Celeste Morales is a highly decorated young opera soprano singer and recent winner of the Giulio Gari Vocal Competition.
Brittany Danielle's Retro Pop. We take on Elton John, Sara Bareilles and jump into Brittany's new record "Hindsight."
The romantic comedy of the summer? Too early to say? Cha Cha Real Smooth gets our vote... the new movie on Apple TV+. Listen to our show about the movie's fun soundtrack right here.
Brittany Danielle brings the flavor of the decades. Mostly the 70's, but you will hear your childhood from the 50's and 60's as well. She reaches into the vault of her parents' music and creates new gems.
Steve Ferman Summertime Rock and Roll - Van Halen, Boston, The Ramones, Cheap Trick, REM, The Beach Boys - this week on Lester the Nightfly.
Jason Scavone: Indie We finish the conversation about Foxwarren and then pay tribute to Nick Drake with two poignant selections.