The Hurricane's scheduled shows are Gumbo Ya-Ya (2nd Friday 10:00 a.m.), Soul System (1st and 3rd Thursday 7:00 pm); Turn It Up (3rd Saturday at 7:00 pm), and Cookin' With Jazz (4th Friday 7:00 pm).
The Hurricane" moved back with spouse Maggie to the North Fork in 2004, having left in '79 so that Hugh could pursue a career in wildland fire fighting, a journey that led them to Grand Junction, Salt Lake, Reno, and Boise. They have two wonderful grown daughters who were subjected to massive doses of Van The Man and Miles during their formative years, but are nonetheless residing comfortably in the Pacific Northwest.
Music is The Hurricane's passion. His signature shows consisting of an eclectica of blues, funk, electronica, world beat, jazz, soul, and zydeco. Shows typically "start out at 300 knots with a "HurricaneHotStart" and they don' get no slower." Hence "The Hurricane."
Though "retired" since 2000, The Hurricane still does air operations on wildfires, floods, hurricanes, and the like. "I got the best of both worlds," he says. "A few weeks out in the so-called chaos world, then back to the beautiful quiet high lonesome outside of Crawford." "And the privilege of being a KVNF DJ, sittin' there in the Joe Cocker Studio, puttin' out the beautiful sounds of genius musicians, it don' get no better than that."
You can also listen to or download past shows at www.eteamsolutions.com/dj/recordings.htm
Keep it real, it'll keep ya' alive.