On the occasion of what would have been Ahmet Ertegun's 90th birthday, Tom Moon, NPR contributor and author of 1,000 Recordings to Hear Before You Die, spoke with us about the life and lasting legacy of Atlantic's founder and former president.
The American Mustache Institute has relocated its headquarters from St. Louis to Pittsburgh. Adam Paul Causgrove of Mount Washington is taking over as the President and came by the station to pick some songs from his favorite mustached musicians and discuss mustache culture with Joey Spehar.
In light of the release of their third album, Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros, singer Alex Ebert called in to talk to Joey Spehar of The Morning Mix. Joey and Alex discuss the writing process, tracking the new album, and the single "Better Days."
Calvin Cooke has been called "The B.B. King of Sacred Steel Guitar" and it doesn't take much to understand why. Cooke spoke with Joey Spehar of The Morning Mix before The Slide Brothers' performance at The Pittsburgh Blues Festival.
On the 10th anniversary of Celia Cruz's death, Morning Mix host Cindy Howes talks to Grammy Award winning producer and authority on Latin music, Aaron Luis Levinson, about the legendary Cuban Superstar.