Many hours of podcasts available here: https://radiochair.podbean.com/
Email Trish Lewis at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Connect on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FaceRadioChair/
Connect on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ECLECTICCHAIR
The Eclectic Chair #123 Gold-Plated Duct-Taped
#Podcast & #Playlist is pulled out by
J..J. Vicars who serves a Stinky Twinky knowing it’s one
of the Things I Need to enjoy his Irreverent Dissident.
Hamell On Trial teaches Not Aretha’s
Respect (Cops) out of his Tackle Box.
James Scott Bullard enjoys Evil
Lovin’ during his Full Tilt Boogie.
The Claudettes Give It All Up For Good
while their Naked On The Internet
during a Dance Scandal at The Gymnasium.
The Reverend Shawn Amos
doesn’t miss 2017 but still Ain’t Gonna
Name Names when he Breaks It Down.
Marcia Ball knows I Got To Find Somebody otherwise
What Would I Do Without You to Shine Bright.
The Nick Moss Band featuring Dennis Gruenling
counts on The High Cost Of Low Living
to Get Right Before You Get Left.
Long Tall Deb & Colin John share
Lungs with a Dragonfly.
Katy Guillen & The Girls carry The Load
to Remember What You Knew Before.
Teresa James and the Rhythm Tramps wonders
why You Had To Bring That Up when they’d rather just
Find Me A Bar Here In Babylon.
Robin Devereaux (with James Nelson Piano
& Jeff Yantz Harmonica) serve up Oatmeal
to lead us into Hour Two
and Robin Devereaux (with Jon Potrykus Cello & Violin)
imagining If I Were A Star.
dares to Take My Heart and Run to
become so very Hard To Love.
The Yellow-Bellied Sapsuckers remember
This Song with Empty Gestures so
Don’t Think About Tomorrow Night.
Breezy Rodio laments that I Walked Away
because You Don’t Drink Enough
when Sometimes The Blues Got Me
no matter the verb tenses.
Belle Of The Fall sees that They All Come Crashing Down
like the Itsy Bitsy Spider who will Rise Up.
Billy Walton Band prescribes a Poison Pill
to cure the Soul of A Man.
Meg Williams says it’s Not My Problem
but Maybe Someday it might be.
Kathy & The Kilowatts answer
All These Questions with a Premonition Of Love.
Tokyo Rosenthal remembers his Little Poetry Girl
during This Minstrel Life.
Jesse Terry (with Dar Williams) make a joyful
Noise that’s Natural.
F.O.R. Collective (Friends of Rosco Selley)
featuring Michael Robertson give the order to Get Out.
Bark (Tim Lee & Susan Bauer Lee) wonder
How You Gonna Miss Me (if I don’t go away)
to put The Eclectic Chair back upside
down on the table for this Year of the Dog.
Trish Lewis Signing Off