John Diliberto’s final Sleepy Hollow show is this Sunday; the baton will be passed to new early a.m. host Keith Kelleher

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Two legends: Echoes host and producer, John Diliberto (right) with Brian Eno (left). Photo courtesy of Echoes.
Two legends: Echoes host and producer, John Diliberto (right) with Brian Eno (left). Photo courtesy of Echoes.

John Diliberto’s “regular” day job is host and producer of the popular syndicated public radio show Echoes (heard on WXPN Monday through Thursday at 11 p.m.).

The show, anchored by Diliberto’s broad knowledge of music, excellent interviews, and his intimate on-air style, brings together a variety of music styles, from acoustic to electronic, jazz to space music, avant-garde to rock, and vocal to instrumental.

John’s been taking time out of his very busy schedule to also host the two hour 6 to 8 a.m. early morning Sunday Sleepy Hollow shift. This Sunday morning will be John’s final Sleepy Hollow shift. As part of the new Sleepy Hollow team, Julian Booker has taken over the 8 to 11 a.m. shift, and starting in several weeks, Keith Kelleher will begin hosting the early morning 6 to 8 a.m. shift.

If you recognize Keith K’s name its possible you may have heard him on XPN2, and before that he volunteered as a studio assistant to former Sleepy Hollow host Keith Brand. We thank John Diliberto for his early morning Sleepy Hollow hosting and don’t forget you can listen to him on Echoes, Mondays through Thursdays on WXPN at 11 p.m.