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The Signal, 06.10.11, Maryland traditional musicians Phil Wiggins, Warner Williams, Ahmad Borhani, and The Legendary Orioles
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This week (June 10th & 11th, 2011) on The Signal…
A special collection of documentary recordings with some of Maryland’s finest traditional musicians, from the archives of Signal producer Aaron Henkin and Maryland Traditions folklorist Cliff Murphy...
We drop in at a barbershop in Riverdale, where Warner Williams, Phil Wiggins, and other Piedmont Blues musicians turn out on the weekends to play their favorite songs.
We meet Ahmad Borhani, a master of Persian classical music whose devotion to song has brought him to the States. Here in Baltimore, he keeps alive the torch of an Iranian musical tradition that may be lost, but isn’t forgotten.
And we pay a visit to the surviving members of a trailblazing doo wop group that went from singing on street corners to being immortalized in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame: The Legendary Orioles.