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BJ Leiderman's debut recording featured on Punto Radio

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BJ Leiderman's music has been heard on many public radio stations across the country, for many years now. Leiderman is the award-winning composer of some of the best-known theme music on National Public Radio. For almost four decades, his melodies have graced programs including Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, Marketplace, Science Friday, Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me!, and the Stump The Chumps theme from Car Talk. BJ's debut CD is cryptically titled - BJ, produced by Eric Sarafin a.k.a. Mixerman, and backed by the incomparable Athens, Georgia-based Randall Bramblett Band. The culmination of three decades of writing and production, the 15 tracks span a wide range from songs from the perspective of BJ's dog, voicemail recordings from his mother, sacrilegious gospel and more. Even a guest appearance by the one and only Béla Fleck on banjo.

Punto Radio's BLUES FIRES is featuring - BJ. SEE THE PAGE