Wednesday MidDay Medley
“A Story in A Song”
the Dead Voices Band, Tiny Horse and Betse Ellis
and stories from:
David Wayne Reed, Lisa Cordes, Sarah Beth Mundy, Maria Vasquez Boyd, Mark Manning, Meghan Whelan, and Natasha Derakhshanian
The Ukulele Fight Club
A Post “Story” Dance Party!
Molly Picture Club
LIVE at the recordBar, 7:00 PM, Tuesday, July 10, 2012
A Benefit for 90.1 FM KKFI
$10.00 at the door
On Tuesday, July 10, 2012, 90.1 FM’s Wednesday MidDay Medley presents, “A Story in A Song,” a signature piece of the radio show, presented LIVE onstage at the recordBar as a benefit for KKFI, Kansas City Community Radio.
The evening starts at 7:00 with Tiny Horse (Abigail Henderson & Chris Meck), at 7:30 The Ukulele Fight Club (Maria Vaquez Boyd, Joe Frogge, Patrick Fedo, Kim Rausch McLaws, Kent Turpin, Ruth Noland, and Don Hall) takes the stage to perform.
At 8:00 we present, “A Story in A Song,” with original stories from: David Wayne Reed, Meghan Whelan, Lisa Cordes, Sarah Beth Mundy, Maria Vasquez Boyd, Mark Manning, and Natasha Derakhshanian. These Kansas City based writers will each share a story, about a song, that changed their life in some significant way, and then we’ll hear the song.
The songs will be interpreted LIVE by the Dead Voices Band: Mike Stover, Jason Beers, Marco Pascolini, & Matt Richey, with Betse Ellis, and Abigail Henderson & Chris Meck (Tiny Horse). This incredible band collective will give us their interpretation of songs from: Velvet Underground, The Kinks, Regina Spector, David Bowie, The Carpenters, The Beatles, and Harry Chapin.
At 10:00, we’ll shift gears with a Post “Story” Dance Party! featuring three more Kansas City bands: Molly Picture Club at 10:00, The B’Dinas at 11:00, and Red Kate at 12:00.
Tickets are $10.00, at the door. Proceeds benefit 90.1 FM KKFI, Kansas City Community Radio. The recordBar is located at 1020 Westport Rd.
Wednesday MidDay Medley airs every Wednesday, 10 to Noon, on 90.1 FM. The show is hosted and produced by Mark Manning, and features new & local releases, and information on KC’s diverse music, performance and arts scenes.