Woodstock Music and Art Fair celebrates it's 50th anniversary, having been held August 15-18, 1969. In this special edition, we look back at this event that was the ultimate concert of the 20th century. Multi-award winning program director Ray White talked with bluesman Johnny Winter, before his passing, about this historical festival. Your "Hostess with the Mostest," Lisa Davis, takes you back in the time machine to visit several of the great Blues, R&B, and Soul musicians and bands that played key roles at Woodstock including Jimi Hendrix, Sly and the Family Stone, Richie Havens and the Paul Butterfield Blues Band. A show not to be missed right here on Coool CAT!
History making flute player Althea Rene, was the first flautist to reach the number one spot on a Billboard chart. Drawing music inspiration from her father (one of Motown's original Funk Brothers), Dezie McCullers, Althea has landed on the Top 20 charts five times. In 2018, she released a book too - titled "Becoming Chocolate Barbie." Althea just released her latest album - Flawsome, to critical reviews. Multi-award winning program director Ray White, spends some time with Althea backstage and shares the highlights of that interview. Lisa Davis features Tito Jackson, of that famous Motown family, in her showcase segment. His most recent studio release is Tito Time. For more information on our show, visit us at Coool CAT!