Check out the Inside Track, Monday at 9pm, to hear the late Jack Rose's Luck in the Valley. The finger-picked guitar album explores traditional American, Middle Eastern, and South Asian styles.
Wednesday's Global Music Show will give you a taste of music and cultural knowledge new to your Western ears. 9pm.
This Thursday, Joel W. explores a broad range of music in a special Black History Month edition of the Thursday Night Feature. He'll feature the Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM) and one of the its best known groups, the Art Ensemble of Chicago. A rainbow of genres will be represented. 9 pm.
Then, Friday, on the Inside Track, listen through the Flower-Corsano Duo's self-released album The Chocolate Cities. Drums, melodica and Japan banjo get featured on this psychedelic album, compiled from the duo's live recordings. 9 pm.
Elusive Southern band Shit Horse rides all over the Backyard Barbecue. From Odessa Records: "So who is Shit Horse? Well, they prefer to remain a mystery, but we know them as Jessee, Ronny, Red and Danny Magic... Ron Liberti of Pipe said he loved the band and compared them to Malcolm Mooney-era Can." It all starts Sunday at 8 pm.