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Dr. John, flamboyant soul of New Orleans music, dies at 77

Filed under: Radio Today, Bob Edwards Archives — Charlie Summers @ 1:29 pm

From The Washington Post: Dr. John, flamboyant soul of New Orleans music, dies at 77

In April of 2010, The Bob Edwards Show took a trip to The New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival to collect interviews that ran that entire summer. The first program in the series ran a “teaser” of the summer interviews, then aired the first of those conversations…Dr. John, born Mac Rebennack.

This program begins with an interview of Sue Miller, author of The Lake Shore Limited, then moves firmly into New Orleans. You can read producer Chad Campbell’s contemporaneous discussion of the trip at; script/roadmap included below. Programs in the series were recorded and produced by Chad Campbell and Geoffrey Redick.

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show Script for Wednesday, May 26th, 2010: Download

icon for podpress  The Bob Edwards Show for Wednesday, May 26th, 2010 [59:15m]: Play Now | Play in Popup | Download

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