MSPR will offer special programs for Thanksgiving weekend
Thanksgiving Day @ 9:00am
Music & the Spoken Word Thanksgiving Special with the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square. Music includes, "Count Your Blessings Instead of Sheep", from White Christmas, “For the Beauty of the Earth", "I Think the World is Glorious", "Come Ye Thankful, Gather Together" and more.
Full-Time Blues: Thanksgiving Blues
Friday, November 25 @ 8:00pm
Saturday November 26 @ 3:00pm
A Thanksgiving edition of Full-Time Blues, featuring a mouth-watering selection of songs in all flavors of the Blues.
Songs of Hearth and Home: A Thanksgiving Special
Friday, November 25 @ 9:00pm
Saturday, November 26 @ 4:00pm
A music special perfect for Thanksgiving. A look at songs from the Great American Songbook about the comforts of home life, performed by Frank Sinatra, Sam Cooke, Norah Jones, and more. Hosted by Mark Chilla.
NBTB 1992 Top 30 Album Countdown
Saturday, November 26 (8:00pm to 11:00pm)
Paul Hitchcock celebrates 30 years of hosting "Nothin' But The Blues" on WMKY with a three-hour countdown of his favorite blues albums of 1992. Follow along in the countdown for legendary music by J.J. Cale, Robert Cray, Dr. John, Etta James, Little Milton, Pinetop Perkins, Johnny Winter and more.
Jazz and The American Spirit: Thanksgiving Jazz
Saturday, November 26 @ 11:00pm
Sunday, November 27 @ 8:00pm
Jeff Rupert celebrates Thanksgiving in a swingin’ style by giving thanks through jazz. On the playlist are Wynton Marsalis, John Coltrane, Vince Guraldi, Stan Getz, Maceo Parker and more!
In The Good Old Days When Times Were Bad: Good Old Songs From Dolly Parton
Sunday, November 27 @ 2:00pm
It seems like Dolly Parton is everywhere these days, but the songs on which she built her career - - many of which appeared on the country charts for years - - don't get played on country radio these days, and she doesn't sing them when she's on TV now. This special presentation from Bluesnet Radio is an hour of some of those songs, songs that offered country humor, rural wisdom, social commentary, a little melodrama, and a dose of good old-fashioned doom and gloom.
The Apple Seed: Thanksgiving
Sunday, November 27 @ 3:00pm
A special episode of The Apple Seed that will help you celebrate Thanksgiving. We’ll share stories of things we’re thankful for, stories about great food, and even a bit of the Thanksgiving Proclamation written in 1789 by George Washington. You’ll be thankful you joined us!