The Progressive Underground Show 223: ZO! & CARMEN RODGERS TAKEOVER EDITION

The Foreign Exchange Music

Tonight’s episode of The Progressive Underground is a special TAKEOVER edition as international soul artists ZO! and CARMEN RODGERS sit the in the captain’s chair sharing music from their discographies - past and present - and chat it up about their upcoming performance at the Charles H. Wright Museum, future projects and endeavors as well as the latest happenings with The Foreign Exchange.

It will be a memorable night of music, melody and positive vibrations!  We go from 8-10 pm EST on 101.9 WDET and wdet.org.

 

Song Artist Album
Mystery Breakbot 12" single
Seeing the Way Through Black Jazz Consortium Re: Actions of Light
Sour Mango Gabriel Garzon Montano Jardin
Just Ask DeZaulait feat. Courtney Beavers 12" single
La Danse De La Pluie Le Motel 12" single
If This Is Love The Foreign Exchange Leave It All Behind
Tell Your Story Carmen Rodgers The Bitter Suite
Players (Instrumental) Slum Village Fantastic Vol. 2
Tell Me What To Do Johnny Hammond Gears
Rudiment Zo! Freelance
We Are On the Move Zo! feat. Eric Roberson Manmade
Love Carmen Rodgers Free
Lifelines Zo! feat. Dornik Skybreak
Heartless Carmen Rodgers Stargazer
Song Artist Album
Never Again Carmen Rodgers The Bitter Suite
Tell Me Something New Zo! feat. Jeanne Jolly Manmade
Body The Foreign Exchange Tales From The Land Of Milk And Honey
Wishing You Well Zo! feat. Phonte & Carmen Rodgers Skybreak
Count to Five Zo! feat. Gwen Bunn Manmade
It's Me (Salah Ananse remix) Carmen Rodgers The Bitter Suite
A Choice of Weapons Zo! feat. Nicolas Ryan Gant & Carmen Rodgers 12" single
Making Time Zo! feat. Phonte & Choklate Manmade
Don't Stop 'Til You Get Enough Michael Jackson Off The Wall
Packing for Chicago Zo! feat. Muhsinah Skybreak
Milk & Honey The Foreign Exchange Tales From The Land Of Milk And Honey
If I Knew You Then The Foreign Exchange Love In Flying Colors
About the Author

Chris Campbell

Host/Producer, The Progressive Underground

Host/journalist/DJ/producer with a deep interest in curating Detroit’s rich music scene and presenting it to the world-at-large.

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