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Wednesday, September 5, 2012

09/21-22, 7 til Midnight Globalquerque Live on KGLPfm

On Friday, September 21 and Saturday, September 22, from 7 p.m. until
Midnight, KGLP will carry live coverage of ¡Globalquerque!, the world music
festival being held in Albuquerque.

Southwest Stages & KUNM present
2012 ¡Globalquerque!
Live Broadcast
 September 21-22, 2012
9:00 pm - 2:00 am ET 
Quick Link
Globalquerque Logo


We hope you'll join us for this great musical event.

Let us know your plans to air these broadcasts, and we'll be sure to say hello to your station on the air!  Please send a quick reply to this e-mail.
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R. Carlos Nakai
R. Carlos Nakai will be joined by Mongolian khoomei throat-singer Shinetsog Dorjnyam, Mongolian yatag (zither) player Munkh-Erdene and didgeridoo player Stephen Kent. 

Southwest Stages, in collaboration with KUNM 89.9 FM, once again presents two days of music from ¡Globalquerque! live on September 21 & 22, 2012.

All broadcasts are available to stations for free to air by the hour, live or tape delayed.  

New Mexico's annual celebration of world music and culture is held at the National Hispanic Cultural Center in Albuquerque, NM. The event is recognized as one of the country's premier world music festivals.
The festival showcases renowned artists from five continents on three stages over two days, including Native artists, R. Carlos Nakai, and Keith Secola. 

This is a great opportunity to bring your listeners a world cultural experience that we are sure they will enjoy!     
Nola Daves Moses

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Although rare, please be aware that the live feed is subject to unforeseen technical difficulties. We advise stations scheduling the program live to have back-up audio or program available.

We will attempt to resolve any possible issues with the live feed in the subsequent download files available after the broadcast.

2012 ¡Globalquerque!
A Celebration of World Music and Culture
 September 21 & 22, 2012
Globalquerque Poster

Join Southwest Stages and KUNM 89.9 FM for live music from ¡Globalquerque! at the National Hispanic Cultural Center, in Albuquerque NM. 

Hosted by KUNM's  Matthew Finch, and Paul Ingles, the broadcasts span both days of the festival, with 5 hours of entertainment each day from all three festival stages.

The broadcasts will feature live performances from this year's festival and archival sets from Native artist recorded at ¡Globalquerque! over the years, along with candid backstage interviews. 

Artists scheduled to perform at this year's event include:
The Big Spank (New Mexico, USA)
Bombino (Niger)
Canteca de Macao (Spain) Ozomatli
EarthRise SoundSystem (USA)
Daniel Kahn & The Painted Bird (Germany)
Ali Akbar Moradi Ensemble (Kurdistan, Iran)
R. Carlos Nakai Earth Sounds Ensemble (Navajo-Ute/Mongolia/UK)
Ozomatli (USA)
Ti-Coca & Wanga-Nègès (Haiti)
Zeb & Haniya (Pakistan)

Bombino (Niger)
La Familia Vigil (New Mexico, USA)
Bettye LaVette (USA) Secola
Los Gaiteros de San Jacinto (Colombia)
R. Carlos Nakai Earth Sounds Ensemble (Navajo-Ute/Mongolia/UK)
Plena Libre (Puerto Rico)
Razia (Madagascar)
Keith Secola Band (featuring the Wild Band Dancers) (Anishinabe)
Zeb and Haniya (Pakistan)
                                                                     (Keith Secola) 
2012 ¡Globalquerque! LIVE BROADCAST

Date: September 21, 2012

Time: 21:00 - 02:00 EST
Total Running Time:  5 hours

Date: September 22, 2012
Time: 21:00 - 02:00 EST

Total Running Time:  5 hours


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2012 Globalquerque Day 1                               
2012 Globalquerque Day 2
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2012 ¡Globalquerque! Program Clock:
Sept. 21 & 22, 2012

Each hour will include an introduction and a closing, which will allow stations to broadcast by the hour if they are unable to carry the entire broadcast. 

There will be two 1-minute breaks with a music bed per hour, for station identification and announcements.  
21:00 - 02:00 Eastern Time

Segment 1: 21:00                (9:00 PM)         Program Start
                21:20 - 21:40*                          Floating Break with 1-min Music Bed 
Segment 2: 21:59 - 22:00                            Break Music Bed
Segment 3: 22:00                (10:00 PM)        Hour 2
                22:20 - 22:40                            Floating Break with 1-min Music Bed 
Segment 4: 22:59 - 23:00                            Break  Music Bed 
Segment 5: 23:00                (11:00 PM)        Hour 3
                23:20 - 23:40                            Floating Break with 1-min Music Bed 
Segment 6: 23:59 - 00:00                            Break Music Bed 
Segment 7: 00:00                (12:00 AM)        Hour 4
                00:20 - 00:40                            Floating Break with 1-min Music Bed
Segment 8: 00:59                                       Break Music Bed
Segment 9: 01:00                (1:00 AM)         Hour 5
                01:20 - 01:40                            Floating Break with 1-min Music Bed
Segment 10: 01:59 - 02:00                          Music Bed

*A one-minute music break will air between :20 mins and :40 mins after the hour.

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