Li Le, Li Tan

Hosted by Carline Murphy and Azouke Legba.
Sundays from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.

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The Sunday edition of the "WGXC Afternoon Show" is "Li Le, Li Tan," a Creole Language radio program meaning "it’s the time, it’s the hour." Its mission is to promote Haitian language, music, arts & culture; to raise awareness and to discuss Haiti’s history and its relevance to today’s world; and to share news on current events happening here in the counties and in Haiti. Broadcast live from Columbia County, New York.

Known as Azouke Legba, Gregory Sanon, a native of Haiti and co-founder of HCDP, is a musician with compositions ranging from political protest, to support for children’s rights and health, to spiritual music for Voodoo ceremonies. He fuses his native music with traditional rock music such as that of Jimmy Hendrix and Santana. He has played with the famous dancer and choreographer Kathryn Dunham.