Sunday is Father’s Day. Many people may think most fathers want fishing or golfing gear or something sporty, but as Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Sheki Ransom reports, most dads just want love.[audio:http://www.wuft.org/media/audio/FathersDaywrap.mp3]
From Ray Charles' early years in Florida to homegrown stars like Linda Lyndell and Little Jake Mitchell, John Capouya shines a spotlight on the underappreciated contribution Florida has made to the history of soul music in America. "Race is really the context for almost all of the stories I tell." "When white kids started listening to soul music, it really helped the whole movement toward integration of this country that when that music was accepted by a generation, it’s something you can’t quantify, but I think it made a difference."