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Bluebirds of Paradise - Sunday Breakfast - 2015

by John Platt
Jeremy Rainer

Bronx-born Ari Hest has built a loyal following over the course of a career that's seen more than a dozen albums on both major and indie labels. His girlfriend Chrissi Poland has fewer releases to her credit, but a growing reputation as a singer in her own right. They've teamed up for a Brazilian-flavored project they call Bluebirds of Paradise. Always a sucker for a samba, I was delighted to share their breezy songs and sweet harmonies in this Sunday Breakfast session.

Question of the Day: Messages, Cards & Letters

by Corny O'Connell

You'll see from the Google doodle that today is the 155th anniversary of the Pony Express. You can have some fun with that trying ride your pony across the land. And we'll have some fun playing your favorite songs about messages, cards, letters and the like. Drop them in the slot below and we'll deliver a set on air after 9am. 

Here's what we played:

"Can't Hardly Wait" - The Replacements

"Put the Message in the Box" - World Party

"Love Letter" - Bonnie Raitt

Twin Shadow - FUV Live - 2015

by Russ Borris

Eclipse, the new album from Twin Shadow, is one of my favorite releases of the year so far and it was WFUV's New Dig last month. The man behind Twin Shadow is George Lewis, Jr., an artist with a keen sense of melody and an ambitious vision for his music.  He has spent the last several years on the indie scene in Brooklyn, but a recent move to L.A. brings his major label debut Eclipse.  All of these songs are big and anthemic and instantly likeable.  

A Brilliant "Skylight"

by John Platt
John Haynes

Bill Nighy is the veteran British actor who's brought a wry diffidence to films like Love Actually, Pirate Radio and The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel. Since her breakthrough in An Education just six years ago, the young British actress Carey Mulligan has shown range in films like Inside Llewyn Davis and The Great Gatsby, often with a kind of winsome charm.