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It's with mixed emotions that we announce that, after 10 years of sharing his passion for and expertise of the big screen with us, this week marks Hank Sartin's last appearance on our show. After taking on the additional responsibilities of Senior Editor for Time Chicago Hank has discovered that there really are not enough hours in the day. That is unless he wants to give up sleeping entirely. We can't overstate how much we've enjoyed having Hank on the show. Hmmm ... now, maybe if we bought him a lifetime supply of STRONG coffee to show our appreciation ......
SUNDAY NIGHT / MONDAY MORNING
Tax day is only weeks away. So, tonight we'll get some last minute tax advice and tips from Arnie Brown of Brown CPA Group.
Our New Music Monday Magic Laser lands on "Roadside Attractions," the latest tasty serving of New Orleans boogie and Gulf Coast blues from, Her Tallness, Marcia Ball.
If you'd like more information on all the New Music Monday albums and artists we featured during the past couple of years, you'll find it right here.
We'll get a recap of Jeff Beck and Imelda May's tribute to Les Paul from the one of the men who opened for them: Joel Paterson of The Modern Sounds.
We'll visit with our U.K. correspondent Simon Thompson about how things are across the pond.
MONDAY NIGHT / TUESDAY MORNING:
Will you need a drink to get through the newest version of Arthur? Will you be able to figure out the Source Code? Ready to munch on popcorn while watching Water for Elephants?
We'll preview these movies and more of April's big screen releases with Hank Sartin, Senior Editor for Time Out Chicago. Hey Hank, are you SURE we can't get you a coffee before you leave?
For many years, as our Monday night segued into the wee hours of Tuesday morning, we'd check redhotred.com to see who our friend Les Paul had been jamming with at the Iridium Jazz Club, in New York. Now and then Les would surprise us with a call after his show. Once again, tonight we'll take a few minutes and remember the amazing Les Paul and his legacy as we revisit part of an interview, a story, a laugh or, most importantly, his music and listen to "A Little More Les."
Don't forget, you can keep up with the latest Les Paul news and events by checking out the Les Paul Foundation website.