Jazz giant Wayne Shorter, who died last week at 89, was celebrated in songs from Miles Davis, Weather Report and some of the pop songs to which his sweet sax contributed, from The Rolling Stones to Norah Jones. He also had a long musical connection to Joni Mitchell, who happened to be honored here last week, winning the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for American Song in a D.C. ceremony that drew both women whose careers she inspired and a couple of old boyfriends (James Taylor and Graham Nash).

Jackson Browne also apparently had a tryst with Mitchell, but we were playing him to honor David Lindley, his ace guitarist who died Friday at 78. Other Lindley work was featured on works from Warren Zevon, Terry Reid and Bruce Springsteen as well as from his single solo album El Rayo-X.

Celebrated birthdays of Phil Alvin, Red Simpson, Bob Wills, and Mary Wilson and closed with a farewell to K.C. R&B singer Ida McBeth. Here’s the link to the whole show; the set list follows.