May 30 – “The Woman” + Spirit Is the Spirit + “My Friend Mott-ly”

Wednesday MidDay Medley
TEN to NOON Wednesdays – Streaming at KKFI.org
90.1 FM KKFI – Kansas City Community Radio
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning

Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Spirit is The Spirit + Philip Hooser’s “The Woman”
+ Chris Snipes & “My Friend Mott-ly”

Mark plays more Local & New Releases from: Making Movies, The Quivers, Spirit is The Spirit, Caul, John Velghe, Soft Reeds, Joel Kraft, She’s A Keeper, Junkyard Empire, Gossip, Regina Spektor, Lower Dens, Tennis, Here We Go Magic, Grimes, and Destroyer.

At 10:15 Mark talks with Philip Hooser & Heidi Van about “The Woman: A Stunning Tribute” at The Fishtank Performance Studio, Friday, June 1 thru Monday, June 4. Conceived and performed by Philip blue owl Hooser who portrays nearly 100 characters, all women, with the help of quite a few hats. Heidi Van, winner of the 2012 Charlotte Street Performative Fellowship Award, serves as Director of this one man tribute to the original 1939 film, “The Women,” a camp classic. The Fishtank is located at 1715 Wyandotte, in the Crossroads, KCMO. For ticket info visit: brownpapertickets.com/event/250176

At 10:35 the Lawrence based band, Spirit is The Spirit, join us to discuss their new recordings, their new song “Pillows,” from “Secret Handshakes” a 12″ vinyl release with The Record Machine and Golden Sound Records bands, and their Kickstarter campaign to acquire a van to begin to tour across the country, and outer space! Spirit is The Spirit includes: Austen Malone, Noah Compo, Wayne Zimmerman, Josh Landau, Brook Partain, Danny Bowersox. For info visit: kickstarter.com/projects/spiritisthespirit.

At 11:15 Mark talks with Chris Snipes Director of the film, “My Friend Mott-ly” making it’s premiere, Saturday, June 2, at 6:30 pm, at The Screenland Crossroads, 1656 Washington, in KCMO. “My Friend Mott-ly” is a testament about the life of KC artist Lee Tisdale, a.k.a. Mott-ly. The film chronicles his life and the impact he had on those who knew him, in the Kansas City art/punk scene in the late 80s/early 90s, and as an art pioneer who opened one of the first galleries in the Crossroads. For info visit: screenland.com/crossroads

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