Author Susan Whitall Reissues Her Book “Women of Motown: An Oral History”

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Ann Delisi

Host, Ann Delisi Essential Music

Ann will guide you through the “essential music,” both new and familiar, that’s shaping our culture and feature music made in Detroit every hour.   Follow @anndelisimusic

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Ann Delisi Interviews Iggy Pop and Jim Jarmusch

Sam’s Jams 010: Slum Village - Hold Tight (Lost Remix)

StoryCorps Detroit Podcast: House, Techno, Raves and Voguing

Taylor Swift covers Earth Wind and Fire's "September" for Spotify Singles Collection.

Standout Detroit House Songs

Sam's Jams 009: Sunny & The Sunliners - Should I Take You Home

Jazz Guitarists Peter Bernstein And Randy Napoleon Perform Live In WDET's Studio A

Sam's Jams 002: Remembering South African trumpeter, Hugh Masekela

Live From Studio A: Detroit psych-rock band 3FT perform "Hey Love"

Funk Brother Says Blurred Lines Verdict Will Change Little In Music Industry

Sam's Jams 001: We listen to the song "New For U" by Andrés

New Dean Of UM Music, Arts, Theater: Students Need To Be Artists And Entreprenuers

Sam's Jams 003: Exclusive from Black Milk's new album, Fever.

People Travel From Around the World to Birthplace of Techno, Movement 2015

Sam’s Jams 004: Remembering drummer Leon “Ndugu” Chancler

Stream Live: "Detroit Performs Live" wsg Jessica Hernandez, Bettye LaVette & Alexander Zonjic

Sam’s Jams 005: Words and music with Detroit artist Xavier Jack

A Celebration of Detroit Sound

Sam's Jams 006: Holy Name of Mary Choral Family - He'll Give Us What We Really Need

"Seven Last Words of the Unarmed" Explores Final Words of Black Men

Sam's Jams 007: Words and music with Amp Fiddler

<i> Far Off Sounds</i> Takes Viewers Into A World Of Strange and Beautiful Music

Sam's Jams 008: Weldon Irvine - We Gettin' Down

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