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Introducing New Music To Your Parents: Listeners' Picks; Glenn Kotche Meets Michael Anthony; Rubblebucket

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Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Rubblebucket performs in the Soundcheck studio. Rubblebucket performs in the Soundcheck studio. (Michael Katzif / WNYC)

In this episode: Thanksgiving is just one day away, and that means that it's the perfect time to introduce your parents to some new music. We hear from some of our listeners about their attempts at doing just that -- and we also listen to some voicemails that we received about the New York City nightclub Area, which we talked about in our Vanished Venues series earlier this week. 

Plus: Find out what happens when James Beard Award-winning chef Michael Anthony of New York’s Gramercy Tavern and Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche meet for the first time on Soundcheck.

And: The infectiously fun electro-Afrofunk pop band Rubblebucket performs in the Soundcheck studio.

Thanksgiving Matchmaker: Glenn Kotche and Michael Anthony

John Schaefer introduces Wilco drummer Glenn Kotche to award-winning chef Michael Anthony for a conversation about food, music, and what they're grateful for this Thanksgiving. 


Rubblebucket: Undeniably Fun Dance Pop

Hear the infectious indie dance pop band Rubblebucket perform in the Soundcheck studio.


Stream: Maria Schneider

The jazz composer Maria Schneider performs at Jazz Standard Wednesday. Stream "Aires de Lando."


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