Wayne Kramer has a great new album out this week, called Lexington. In recognition of that, and many other things, on tonight's "The Bottomless Pit" at 10, I'll feature an hour's worth of music with Wayne's name on it, including as many tracks from Lexington as the Digital Millenium Copyright Act will allow.
On "The Bottomless Pit" we think of Wayne as an asset to American culture and society. He's been making the rounds this month doing radio and press for the new album, explaining how the intent of it and the ideas behind it fit into his life story, his life's work, etc. We'll touch on some of that tonight, but most importantly, we'll play the music, and it's great.
That's the "The Bottomless Pit," tonight at 10pm EDT, on 90.7FM WFUV and streaming online.
You can also find The Bottomless Pit in the FUV archives for up to two weeks after broadcast.