Jeff Sweatman

#WorkdayWrapUp – cool duos theme & Daily Show NSA scandal coverage 6/11

Jon Stewart leaves The Daily Show for a brief hiatus to make a movie and no big news happens over the summer, right?

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Every Weekday at 6pm, we do a request hour with a different theme, started by the New Song of the Day.  Here’s what actually got played among the requests tonight…

 

Workday Wrap Up 6/11/13 (Cool duos theme)

 

The Civil Wars – The One That Got Away

Indigo Girls – Romeo & Juliet

Hall & Oates – Private Eyes

 

Simon & Garfunkel – Cecilia

Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell – You’re All I Need To Get By

Wild Belle – Keep You

MS MR – Hurricane

Ike & Tina Turner – Proud Mary

Jerry Lee Lewis & John Fogerty – Travelin’ Band

 

Sam & Dave – Soul Man

Sonny & Cher – The Beat Goes On

Joan Baez & Brett Dennen – The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down (live on E-Town)

 

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