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What A Show! Link For The Pandoras OUSD Podcast LuxuriaMusic

Internet Radio History was made on Wednesday May 15, 2013 when four ex-members of The Pandoras:  Kim Shattuck, Melanie Vammen Buscher, Karen Blankfeld Basset, and Sheri … Read more

5/15 Former Pandoras Live on OUSD – LuxuriaMusic

Over Under Sideways Down on LuxuriaMusic presents a Pandoras Party! Wednesday, 5/15 at 3-5 PM Pacific Inspired by all the lively posts and photos on The … Read more

LuxuriaMusic 2013 Listener Sponsorship Drive Starts 2/18

World renowned internet radio music purveyor, LuxuriaMusic.com announces its 2013 Listener Sponsorship Drive from Monday, February 18th through Sunday March 3rd. Once a year, LuxuriaMusic … Read more

Playlist and Podcast: Sugartown episode of OUSD on LuxuriaMusic

Enjoy the Sugartown episode of my Over Under Sideways Down show broadcast live from the LuxuriaMusic studios in the Empire Media Center located in Glendale, … Read more

1/16: OUSD Brings You Sugartown on LuxuriaMusic.com

Tune in to LuxuriaMusic.com, 1/16/13,  3 – 5 pm Pacific for two hours of sweet and sassy sounds from some of our favorite female fronted … Read more

Playlist: Over Under Sideways Down on LuxuraMusic 1/9/13

Here is my playlist and podcast link for Over Under Sideways Down, show #11, my first live show in the newly moved and improved LuxuriaMusic … Read more

“Over Under Sideways Down” on LuxuriaMusic.com Debuts in June

OVER UNDER SIDEWAYS DOWN
with your host Lee Joseph
The first and third Wednesdays of the month
3 pm – 5 pm Pacific on LuxuriaMusic.com Internet radio

Our friend Jeff Chenault’s Latin Exotica symposium at Tiki Oasis11

Senor Chenault returns to the Tiki Oasis with an all-new Exotica presentation. This time with a Latin twist! You will learn about Exotica’s success in the pop world as well as the significant Latin Jazz artists that helped shape the genre. Join us as we go south of the border with George Shearing, Cal Tjader, Jack Costanzo, and Eddie Cano. As Jeff exclaims: “Exotica music and Latin-Jazz share such a close relationship, that sometimes the only difference is the bird calls.”

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