Wednesday MidDay Medley presents: Not Sisters + Teri Quinn + Victor & Penny + Judy Mills

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, April 13, 2016

Not Sisters + Teri Quinn + Victor & Penny
+ More Music for Record Store Day + Judy Mills


Mark plays more New & MidCoastal Releases from Merlin, BLK FLANL, Via Luna, Kangaroo Knife Fight, Victor & Penny, Teri Quinn, Westerners, The Coyote, and David Bowie.

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At 10:15, Judy Mills of Mills Record Company joins us to share details about Record Store Day, Saturday, April 16, 2016. Record Store Day is designed to celebrate your local indie record stores. Nearly 50 MidCoastal bands are playing In-Store shows at: Mills Record Company, Records With Merritt, Josey Records KC, Revolution Records, Vinyl Renaissance, and Brothers Music. (Love Garden in Lawrence and Vinyl Underground at 7th Heaven are also part of Record Store Day.) More information about Mills Record Company at http://www.millsrecordcompany.com

Jen Appell & Kristina Ning are Not Sisters.  Brodie Rush (Center) is their friend.

Jen Appell & Kristina Ning are Not Sisters. Brodie Rush (Center) is their friend.

At 10:30, the Kansas City based duo, Not Sisters, play live in our 90.1 FM Studios. Not Sisters are an indie acoustic folk cabaret duo consisting of Jen Appell on guitar & vocals, and Kristina Ning on upright bass. Jen Appell is the host of the Uptown Sirens Collective, presented on the second Thursday of every month at Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club. The next Uptown Sirens Collective is Thursday, April 14, at 7:30 pm featuring Not Sisters, Mirina Landry, and Andara.

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At 11:00, Mark welcomes Kansas City based multi-instrumentalist Teri Quinn who will play live and share music from her debut recording Moons and Meltdowns. A Northern girl with a Southern heart living in the Mid-West, Teri Quinn writes songs that are sweet yet savory. With her clawhammer banjo playing and stylized guitar picking, she mixes an old fashioned sound with a modern luster. Teri Quinn plays a special ALBUM RELEASE, Sunday, April 17, at 7:00 pm at The Buffalo Room, with Twenty Thousand Strongmen, Chase The Horseman, and Doby Watson. More information at: http://www.teriquinn.com.

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At 11:30 Victor & Penny join us to share music from their new release Electricity! Formed in 2010, by Jeff Freling on guitar & vocals and Erin McGrane on ukulele & vocals, Victor & Penny infuse their music with a strong sense of swing, rooted in the riff driven style of Kansas City jazz, to create their own distinctive style. The nationally-touring duo have made over 800 public appearances, traveling over 150,000 miles in the last 4 years performing their original songs, hot jazz and offbeat pop standards. Their new release, Electricity was produced by Grammy Award winning Producer/Engineer Mitch Dane, at Sputnik Sound in Nashville, TN, featuring Victor & Penny’s fine band, The Loose Change Orchestra with James Isaac on clarinet, soprano saxophone and melodica; Rick Willoughby on upright bass; and trombonist Kyle Dahlquist. Victor & Penny play ELECTRICITY: CD Release Concert with their Loose Change Orchestra, Tuesday, April 19 at 7:30 pm, at Musical Theatre Heritage in Crown Center. More information at http://www.victorandpenny.com/

We’ll also continue to feature music from The Record Machine’s new sampler: How To Keep Dreaming Vol. III, proceeds benefit Spay & Neuter KC. More information at https://therecordmachine.bandcamp.com/

Tune in on 90.1 FM KKFI
or streaming live at kkfi.org

Show #625

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