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Paul Sanchez


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Live at Papa Roux

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Sedation


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Cold Side of the Pillow

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Trapper Keaper (w/Dave Easley)

Trapper Keaper

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The Absolute


Honey Island Swamp Band

Demolition Day

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Devil's Den


Eric Lindell

Matters Of The Heart

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Here In Frisco


Michael Cerveris & Loose Cattle

North Of Houston

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Pinball Wizard


Michael Cerveris

Piety

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Atlas


Alexis & The Samurai

Move Into View

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Parlez-Nous a Boire


Lynn Drury

Come To My House

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Tell Me


Paul Sanchez & The Rolling Road Show

The Reclamation of the Pie Eyed Piper

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Romeo & Juliet


Roddie Romero & The Hub City All-Stars

Gulfstream

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Po'Boy Walk


Upcoming Shows

10:00p.m.

Music for Insomniacs hosted by Carlee B.

12:00a.m.

Our daily blend of underground and independent music, plus the latest tunes on the indie charts and your requests. Call us at 773.508.WLUW.

4:00a.m.

Our daily blend of underground and independent music, plus the latest tunes on the indie charts and your requests. Call us at 773.508.WLUW.

7:00a.m.

Specialty Show

9:00a.m.

Jim DeNomie presents contemporary and traditional Native American music, along with interviews and community news.

10:00a.m.

The Comedy Express is a weekly series covering the history of recorded comedy. Host/producer John Bialas assembles each episode from his own extensive collection of LPs, CDs, tapes and videos. "I started collecting old comedy albums in the late seventies," says Bialas, a 23-year veteran of WLUW. "Eddie Schwartz hosted an all-night radio show back then, and he'd interview comedians and play long cuts from their albums. My show is kind of a tribute to his memory." Bialas hopes to reach listeners who appreciate history as well as hilarity. "I focus on comedians or personalities that had a major impact on the entertainment history, especially the ones who happen to be celebrating a birthday next week." So what's scheduled for next Sunday? "Check your almanac for clues," hints Bialas.

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