At The Crossroads

    Brant Zwicker, host of  "At The Crossroads"

    "I write and host the weekly radio show, which is engineered and produced by Mike Braniff, who is also ATC’s web guru. Sam Garvey provides the program’s signature voice, and Neil Harnett wrote and performs the ATC signature theme."

    For the most part, each edition of "At the Crossroads" includes a dozen tunes, a two-song spotlight on a brand new album, a classic blues cut or artist, and emphasis upon both established and independent artists.

    The over-riding goal is to attract new listeners to the blues, while at the same time satisfying purists and long-time aficionados.

    "At the Crossroads" – the website – complements the radio show with more information, streaming audio of each week’s program, and an easy way for listeners and site visitors to contact us with requests, comments and suggestions.

     

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