Bassist and singer George Porter, Jr. formed The Meters in 1965, who are recognized as one of the progenitors of funk music. The band has been nominated 4 times for induction into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and was presented the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award. Today they carry on the tradition as The Funky Meters. Since 1990, George tours on a regular basis with his own band - The Runnin' Pardners, who've released a half-dozen or so albums throughout the years. Award winning program director Ray White, caught up with George in July of 2012 to talk about highlights of his career and his Can't Beat The Funk CD. His latest release is the EP, It's Time To Funk. In our showcase segment, our "Hostess With The Mostest," Lisa Davis, features the legendary Buddy Guy. His latest album The Blues Alive and Well, garnered a Grammy award for Best Traditional Blues Album at the 61st Grammy Awards ceremony.