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Upcoming Performances on MBE

(All Morning Becomes Eclectic sessions stream live on kcrw.com @ 11:15am PT, unless noted below)

Wednesday, September 6 — Reggae historian and archivist Roger Steffens is one of the world’s foremost authorities on Bob Marley and former host of KCRW’s hugely popular show “The Reggae Beat”. He sat down with Rhythm Planet host Tom Schnabel for “So Much Things to Say”: A Bob Marley Special, airing at *11:05am*.

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Tuesday, September 12, Icelandic singer-songwriter Ásgeir has an otherworldly voice and music with a distinctively melancholic touch. It’s pensive yet bold, and very beautiful. We’re excited to welcome this special artist to our studio for a live session.

Thursday, September 21 — Grammy award winning artist/producer/remixer RAC(aka André Allen Anjos) returns to our studio to share a batch of poppy songs from his latest album of original material. He’ll be joined by a handful of guest vocalists for what is sure to be a lively set.

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