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This page last updated July 23, 2014
Kenny G's Hour of Pain
A Double Dose of Nick the Bard. From December 24, 2008. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
Brian Joseph Davis & Comments Enabled. From December 3, 2008. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
Tormented Women. Nick The Bard Sings "Magical Mystery Tour" acapella, in its entirety. From November 19, 2008. Listen to the whole show: . See the playlist.
Nick the Bard performs an a capella version of Joni Mitchell's 1974 classic rock record "Court and Spark", during the last hour.. as Nick dons Joni's falsetto and rips through classics like "Midnight at the Oasis" and "Free Man in Paris." Ouch. From July 26, 2006. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio. See the playlist.
Nick the Bard Sings! Kenny G welcomed Nick the Bard back to his show for one last time to perform a mystery song of great length. What song is it? Only Nick knows. But one thing for sure, it's bound to be long and painful: at least 43 minutes. From June 14, 2006. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio. See the playlist.
Author Gerard Malanga. From January 15, 2003. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio.
Mal Sharpe drops in on Kenny G. From August 9, 2001. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio.
Toronto based sound poet Christian Bok holds the world record of the fastest rendition of Kurt Schwitters' "Ursonate," and performs it double-speed live on WFMU. He also performs his own compositions, many of which are derived from made-up languages used for Canadian science fiction shows. From May 17, 2001. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio. See the playlist.
Kenny G welcomes The Flux String Quartet and Joan La Barbara to perform the works of John Cage and Morton Feldman. Plus a chat with Margaret Leng Tan. From February 8, 2001. Listen to the whole show: RealAudio. See the playlist.
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