WMM Playlist from February 8, 2017

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, February 8, 2017

“The MidCoast Sound”
Marion Merritt + Nico Gray
+ Sid Sowder of Too Much Rock & Members of Witch Jail
+ Nathan Reusch of The Record Machine

1. “Main Title Instrumental – It’s Showtime Folks”
from: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / 1980 [WMM’s theme song]

2. Love Always – “We Wont Go Back”
from: Battle Hymns / Quasi / January 20, 2017
[Love Always is a side project of Kathy Foster, bassist and founder of the Portland, Oregon, based band, The Thermals. She also performs under the name Butterfly Transformation Service. She is the owner of the T-shirt company Daydream Factory. Battle Hymns is a compilation album created in direct response to the current political situation in the U.S.A – it is a protest record! Released digitally on inauguration day in opposition to the new administration. More information at: http://www.quasiband.com with all proceeds divided equally between Planned Parenthood, The ACLU and 350.org. Battle Hymns features new unreleased music by Doug Martsch, Stephen Malkmus, Cristina Martinez, Jon Spencer, Mickey Finn, Mac McCaughan, Ash Bowie, Carrie Brownstein, Katie Harkin, Sean Croghan, Drew Grow, Mary Timony, Carl Newman, Corin Tucker, Peter Buck, Scott McCaughey, Bill Rieflin, Kurt Bloch, Kathy Foster, Rebecca Gates, Sam Coomes and Janet Weiss, with art by Chris Johanson and Johanna Jackson. The collaboration was spearheaded and assembled by Sam Coomes and Janet Weiss of Quasi (who also serve as the backing band for some songs.) Participants generously donated their music, studios, art and time.]

3. Mary Timony – “Fight The Hate”
from: Battle Hymns / Quasi / January 20, 2017
[Mary B. Timony was born October 17, 1970, and is an American independent singer-songwriter, guitarist, keyboardist, and violist. She has been a member of the bands Helium, Autoclave and Wild Flag, and currently fronts the band Ex Hex. Timony’s music is often heavy and dark, frequently using drones, beats, and modal melodies reminiscent of European Medieval music. She uses a number of alternate guitar tunings, most prominent of which is DADGAE, which allows for the execution of melodic passages. WE LOVE HER!]

Marion Merritt is our most frequent contributor to WMM, She grew up in Los Angeles, and St. Louis. She went to college in Columbia, Missouri. She studied art and musical engineering, and is a avid lover of classic films and punk rock music. She saw Talking Heads on their first tour when they played One Block West, in 1978. For over twelve years she has been sharing her musical discoveries and information from her encyclopedic brain on Wednesday MidDay Medley. Marion has joined us for every on-air fund drive of the past 12 years to help us raise funds for the MidCoast Radio Project. Marion is the creator of Records With Merritt, a small, independent, minority owned business, at 1614 Westport Rd. in Kansas City, Missouri. And in the spirit of Anne Winter, a renegade who helped launch KKFI, Marion Merritt is keeping the tradition of, female-owned, independent record stores, alive on Westport Rd. More at: recordswithmerritt.com

Nico Gray has been placing the needle on the record before he was able to
read and turn pages of a book. His musical interests come from a wide variety of influences, and from learning to communicate through the sound of music and the usage of lyrical expression. Rooted in Kansas City, and growing up in front of a radio, he is a former theatre actor, performance artist, writer, and is currently a marketing and advertising consultant, where he serve Union Station. Nico is an avid concert goer, his search for his own “Original Music Soundtrack” to his life has transplanted him to the brownstones of Chicago, the rooftops of Paris, the sea-side of Marseille and the balconies of New York City. Music has served as the ‘passport’ throughout his spiritual journeys.

While the spirit of this station is kept alive by hundreds of volunteers who passionately donate their time and abilities to keep the transmission of our 100,000-watt-signal alive. We are a operated by a not-for-profit organization, incorporated over 35 years ago, called The MidCoast Radio Project. We’re non-profit, but we still have to pay the electric bill, the rent on our fully accessible production studios and offices, the insurance, and for our small staff. Even though we have hundreds of committed volunteers, who donate thousands of hours every year, producing radio shows, answering phones, creating websites, producing benefits, rewiring the board, setting up our computer system, we still need YOU, our listener, to donate to keep us alive!

The Community Speaks Through our Airwaves and this Program

In the last 12 months Wednesday MidDay Medley has interviewed nearly 200 guests:

Britt Adair, Duncan Burnett, Promise Clutter, Chris Meck, Not Sisters (Jen Appell & Kristina Ning), Teri Quinn, Chase Horseman, Mirina Landry, Victor & Penny (Erin McGrane & Jeff Freling), Judy Mills, Stephonne Singleton, Jamie Searle, Patrick Alexander, Cody Kaul, Riala (Nick Turner, Kalo Hoyle, Morgan Greenwood), Nathan Reusch, Chris Haghirian, Joshua Allen, Steve Rector, Sterling Witt, The Uncouth (CJ Wilson, Todd Rainey, Steve Gardels) Chico Sierra, American Slim (Nathan Jurries, Patrick Newland, Jacob Newland, Mikala Petillo), Nedra Dixon & Andrew Parkhurst, IVØRY BLACK & Keenan Franklin, John Nobles & John Scott, Nate Bowman, Desmond Mason, Perry Holliday, Derick Cunigan, Heidi Lynne Gluck, Jessica Paige, Ron Megee, Jorge Arana Trio (Jorge Arana, Josh Enyart, Jason Nash), Marion Merritt, Sondra Freeman, Rae Fitzgerald, Allison Banks, My Oh My! (A.M. Merker, Stephen Berry, Grant Buell, Melissa Geffert & Stephanie Gaumé),The Matchsellers (Julie Bates & Andrew Morris), Don Simon, Megan Slankard, Kristen Ford, SONiA disappear fear, Betse & Clarke (Betse Ellis & Clarke Wyatt), Nicholas St. James, The Jellyman’s Daughter (Graham Coe & Emily Kelly), Be/Non (Brodie Rush, John Huff), Brenton Cook, Poet Jen Harris, Pat Fischer, Freebo, Cat Mahari & Hermon Mehari, Mike Alexander of Hipshot Killer, John Rensenhouse, Cody Wyoming & Kimmie Queen, Sara Glass & C Woods, Kianna Alarid of Yes You Are, Michelle Bacon, Doby Watson & Margo May, Wendy Scott, Pink Royal (Dylan James Guthrie, Josh Dorrell, & Alex Hartmann), Bill Sundahl, Calvin Arsenia, Fally Afani, Beth Bryd, Patrick Rippeto, Diane Hightower, Rachel Mallin and The Wild Type (Rachel Mallin, Justin Walker, Austin Edmisten, Jesse Bartmess, & Matt Kosinski), Bill Svoboda, Joelle St. Pierre, Anson The Ornery, The Sexy Accident (Jesse Kates, Jamie Lin), Maggie Henehan, Shaun Crowley, Nico Gray, Ryan Wilkes, JOy Baker, Krystle Warren, Ben Grimes, Ian Michael Flanagan Johnson, AJ Young, The Ovaries-eez (Amber Hansen, Johni Lacore & Monica George), Patrick Alonzo Conway & Gamelan Genta Kasturi, Adriana Nikole, Andrew Foshee & His Gosh Darn Band (Brian James, Preston Ott, Phil Spencer), Rick Malsick, Robert Gibby Brand & Michael Reiser, Katy Guillen & The Girls (Katy Guillen, Claire Adams, & Stephanie Williams), HMPH! (Ryan Lee Toms, Jonathan Thatch, & Dee Mac), Jerad Tomasino, Til Willis, Jody Hendrix, The Philistines (Kimmie Queen, Cody Wyoming, Rod Peal, Michelle Bacon, Josh Mobley & Steve Gardels), Maria Vasquez Boyd, Jenny Mendez, Chato Villalobos, Miguel Morales, Philip blue owl Hooser, Barry Lee, & Whitney Boyd, Simone Briand, Emma Carter, Mackenzie Goodwin, Vigthor Zophoniasson & Lauren Braton, Salar Rajabnick, Tim Finn, Barbara Eubank, Samn Wright, Caitlin Jemma & Bart Budwig, Michael McQuary, Janet Henry, David Wayne Reed, Barclay Martin & Rabbi Moti Rieber, Crystal Clayton, Howard Iceberg, Instant Karma (Cole Bales & Cody Calhoun), Steven Tulipana, Zachary Van Benthusen, Kyle Dahlquist, Jennifer McCartney & Autumn McCartney, Amy Farrand, Vanessa Severo, Krysztof Nemeth, Amy Marcus, Susanna Lee Lucky-Deluxe.

10:15 – Folk Alliance International Conference + KC Folk Festival

4. Nancy and Beth – “Please Mr Jailer”
from: Nancy and Beth / Herpursef / Expected April 7, 2017
[Megan Mullally and Stephanie Hunt met in Austin Texas while filming the independent movie Somebody Up There Likes Me. The minute the two started singing together they realized they had something special. They formed the band Nancy and Beth in 2012. formed the band Nancy and Beth in 2012. They went on tour in March 2013. They are set to release their debut album just before a North American tour. Actress, singer, Emmy and Golden Globe Awards winner, MEGAN MULLALLY (Children’s Hospital, Party Down and Will & Grace) . STEPHANIE HUNT (Friday Night Lights, Californication and How To Live With Your Parents For the Rest of Your Life).

[Megan Mullally will present awards for the Best of 2016 Album, Song, and Artist of the Year, at the International Folk Music Awards, at 6:00 pm, Wednesday, February 15, 2017 at the Westin Crown Center Hotel in Kansas City. All registered conference delegates are invited to attend. Event emcee is Grammy-Award winning artist and feminist, Paula Cole, the first woman in history to individually receive a Grammy nomination for Producer of the Year.]

[Nancy and Beth play an Official Showcase at this year’s Folk Alliance International Conference, Wednesday, February 15, at 10:45 pm, at Westin Crown Center in Washington Park Place II & III]

5. Calvin Arsenia – “Safe”
from: Catastrophe / Calvin Arsenia / Expected: February 14, 2017
[Calvin Arsenia premiered these songs in a live show at recordbar last November. Since Calvin Arsenia came home to KC after living in Edinburgh, Scotland, he has released his EP, Moments, in 2014, and his EP Prose in 2015, and his Folk Alliance exclusive EP Catastrophe in 2016. He has played Folk Alliance International, Kansas City Fringe Fest, The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, The Kauffman Center For The Performing Arts. Standing at 6 foot 5 inches, Arsenia’s powerful vocals span a 3.5 octave range, while playing piano, banjo, guitar and harp Calvin teaches music to elementary students. Calvin is also a graduate of Artist INC.]

[Calvin Arsenia plays an Official Showcase at this year’s Folk Alliance International Conference, Wednesday, February 15, at 9:00 pm, at Westin Crown Cwenter in Benton’s 20th Floor.]

6. Bobby Rush – “I’m Tired”
from: Porcupine Meat / Independent / July 1, 2016
[Bobby Rush is a blues legend who has garnered 4 GRAMMY® nominations, 10 Blues Music Awards with 44 nominations, and a 2006 induction in the Blues Hall of Fame. He has recorded over 337 records in 60 years and was named King of the Chitlin’ Circuit by Rolling Stone Magazine!]

[Bobby Rush plays the Kansas City Folk Music Festival, Sunday, February 19, at 3:00 pm in Liberty, at Westin Crown Center.]

[Bobby Rush plays 2nd Annual Rebels and Renegades Showcase – Dedicated to the memory of Louis Meyers, Thurs, Feb 16, at Knuckleheads, with: Verlon Thompson, Michael Fracasso, and BettySoo.]

10:33 – Underwriting

5. Witch Jail – “Slimewave USA!” (vinyl)
from: Slimewave USA! – Single / Too Much Rock / February 10, 2017
[Formed in 2013, Witch Jail recommends their music for fans of: Space transmissions, psychedelic hypnosis, surf punks, rockabilly madmen, garage sleaze, exotica, trash digging, pill popping, low budget movies, and high fashion crime. SUZY BONES on surf-n- turf, EDDIE MORPHINE on fuzz-n-slide, MATTY RAT on bangs-n-clangs, and GUY SLIMEY on moans-n-wails. Witch Jail released their 8-song album, Desperation Beach on October 26, 2016, produced by Ben Hughes for Woody Records. More info at: http://www.witchjail.com

[Too Much Rock presents Witch Jail, Friday, February 10, at Mills Record Company with the official release of their new single “Slimewave USA!”, Also on the bill is the band Shortsweather.]
[Witch Jail play The Brick, 1727 McGee, Sat, Feb 18, at 10:00 pm, w/ Mr. and the Mrs. & Beelzebabes.]

10:37 – Interview w/ Sid of Too Much Rock + Guy Slimey & Eddie Morphine of Witch Jail

Guy Slimey of Witch Jail, Sid Sowder of Too Much Rock, Eddie Morphine of Witch Jail on the February 8, 2017 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley

Guy Slimey of Witch Jail, Sid Sowder of Too Much Rock, Eddie Morphine of Witch Jail on the February 8, 2017 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley

Too Much Rock, is a music site created by Sid Sowder in 1997, to share his original photographs, video, and commentary, of the live music shows he attends. Too Much Rock also hosts a musical podcast.

Several years ago Sid Sowder created the Too Much Rock – Singles Series, a collection of 45 rpm 7″ singles, featuring an original song from the band, with a cover song, chosen by Too Much Rock. 500 limited edition copies are pressed by Too Much Rock and given to the band. Kansas City based bands, Schwervon!, Rev Gusto, Josh Berwanger Band, The Uncouth, and Hipshot Killer have all recorded for the Too Much Rock Single Series.

We just heard the latest Too Much Rock release, the A-side, a new Witch Jail original song called, “Slimewave, USA!”

In just a few minutes we will proudly broadcast the world premiere of the Too Much Rock B-side, featuring Witch Jail, covering the Alien Sex Fiend song, “My Brain is in the Cupboard Above the Kitchen Sink.

Joining us live in the studio is Sid Sowder, founder of Too Much Rock, along with Guy Slimey and Eddie Morphine of the band Witch Jail,

http://www.TooMuchRock.com was created by Sid Sowder in 1997, to give a home to all of Sid’s original photographs, videos and commentary of the live shows. Too Much Rock podcast.

The 45 rpm two-song single features one original track and one chosen by Too Much Rock. The series has covered songs from The Raincoats, Graham Parker, The Jags, Slade, Samiam, and now, Alien Sex Fiend. Sid Sowder talked about his passion of bringing these songs alive again with new recordings, and new interpretations.

Many of the Too Much Rock releases, involve Joel Nanos, and Element Recording Studios have been involved. Sid Sowder talked about how a partnership of music label and music studio has been forged through this series.

Guy Slimey, shared with us about how the band recorded the two songs for this new single release, before they recorded the eight new songs for the new Witch Jail release Desperation Beach, that came out on October 26, 2016.

Witch Jail was formed in 2013. The band includes: Suzy Bones on surf-n- turf, Eddie Morphine on fuzz-n-slide. Matty Rat on bangs-n-clangs. Guy Slimey on moans-n-wails

Witch Jail is for fans of: Space transmissions, psychedelic hypnosis, surf punks, rockabilly madmen, garage sleaze, exotica, trash digging, pill popping, low budget movies, high fashion crime.

http://www.witchjail.bandcamp.com

10:49

The world broadcast premiere of the new Too Much Rock B-side, Witch Jail, covering the Alien Sex Fiend song, “My Brain is in the Cupboard Above the Kitchen Sink”

6. Witch Jail – “My Brain is in the Cupboard, Above the Kitchen Sink” (vinyl)
from: Slimewave USA! – Single / Too Much Rock / February 10, 2017
[Originally recorded by Alien Sex Fiend for their 1987 albu Here Cum Germs on Anagram Records. Witch Jail were formed in 2013, with SUZY BONES on surf-n- turf, EDDIE MORPHINE on fuzz-n-slide, MATTY RAT on bangs-n-clangs, and GUY SLIMEY on moans-n-wails. Witch Jail released their 8-song album, Desperation Beach on October 26, 2016, produced by Ben Hughes for Woody Records. More info at: http://www.witchjail.com]

[Too Much Rock presents Witch Jail, Friday, February 10, at Mills Record Company with the official release of their new single “Slimewave USA!”, Also on the bill is the band Shortsweather.]

[Witch Jail play The Brick, 1727 McGee, Sat, Feb 18, at 10:00 pm, w/ Mr. and the Mrs. & Beelzebabes.]

11:00 – Station ID

7. Sera Cahoone – “Up To Me”
from: From Where I Started / Sera Cahoone / Expected: March 24, 2017
[4th album from Seattle based songwriter. After three albums on Sub Pop Records and years at the top of the indie charts, she’s returning to her earliest influences growing up in Littleton, Colorado, and the honky-tonk songs she heard at mining conferences her Rocky Mountains dynamite salesman father took the family to when she was a child.]

[Sera Cahoone plays Knuckleheads KC, Sunday, February 19, at 7:00 PM, with Tift Merritt.]

8. Foxlin – “Caught Up”
from: Animal With Lonely Eyes [EP] / Foxlin / August 13, 2016
[Debut EP from Saint Joseph, Missouri based Indie/Folk duo that started as a solo project of songwriter Ryan Johnson on vocals, guitars, percussion, keyboards, & bass, and developed into a band when Lauren Bergman joind in on vocals and violin. More info at http://www.foxlin.bandcamp.com]

[Foxlin play the 10th Anniversary of the Kansas City Love Hangover 2017, Wednesday, February 15, at 6:00 pm, at Holy Cow Market and Music, with Venus Van Horn & Troy Van Horn, Katlyn Conroy & Nick Carswell, and Under The Big Oak Tree.]

We shine a light on area not-for-profit theatre companies, art museums & galleries, area festivals, service organizations, area record labels and Record Stores, the area music scene, arts scene, theatre scene, literary arts scene.

In just this past year, we’ve featured segments shining a light on: Charlotte Street Foundation’s Open Studios, Spinning Tree Theatre, Charlie Parker Celebration, Middle of The Map Fest, American Jazz Museum, The Green Lady Lounge, KC Fringe Theatre Fest, Crossroads Music Fest, Midwest Music Foundation and the MidCoast Takeover, Record Store Day, Mudstomp Records, Folk Alliance International Conference, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. , The Living Room Theatre, Late Night Theatre, Lawrence Field Day Fest, I Heart Local Music, High Dive Records, 31st & Brklyn, KC Physical Theatre Fest, Kansas City Pride Fest, Girls Rock! and the Annual Girls Rock! Camp, Manor Fest, Westport Roots Festival, The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, Mattie Rhoades Gallery, Apocalypse Meow, The Buffalo Room, Standing Rock, Egads Theatre, Union Station, Outer Reaches Festival, Plaza Art Fair, No Wave Fest, Haymaker Records, Johnson County Performing Arts Series, The Pop Poetry Series at Prospero’s Books, Datura Records, Center of The City Fest, Too Much Rock, Crossroads Summer Block Party, Shelf Life, Kansans Against Campus Carry, Kansas Interfaith Action, Like Me Lighthouse, The Lesbian & gay Film Festival, Uptown Arts Bar, Women’s March on Washington, The Band That Fell To Earth A Tribute To David Bowie, Rose Brooks Center, KC Refugees, The Kauffman Center for The Performing Arts, Artist Inc., and more…

11:14

11. JAENKI – “Miracle Maze”
from: Jaenki Ep1 / Jaenki / August 30, 2016
[The new band from The Republic Tigers lead singer, Kenn Jankowski with Ryan Wallace, Drew Little and Rachel Mallin. This Kansas City based band who released their new video for “Miracle Maze” on Monday, Decmber 12, in the Crossroads.]

[Jaenki play Tito’s Sound Machine KC, Friday, February 10, at recordBar, 1520 Grand, with Pink Royal, Westerners, and Westside Royal.]

11:18 – Interview with Nathan Reusch

Nathan Reusch, founder and director, of The Record Machine and he joins us to share details on Sound Machine KC, Friday, February 10, at recordBar, 1520 Grand, with Jaenki, Pink Royal, Westerners, and Westside Royal. Sound Machine is a new Kansas City series of events, brought to you by homegrown record label, The Record Machine. This monthly concert series highlights up and coming area talent, mixed with veteran bands from all around the world. More information at: http://www.soundmachinekc.com

Tito’s Sound Machine KC, Friday, February 10, at recordBar, 1520 Grand, with Jaenki, Pink Royal, Westerners, and Westside Royal.

The Record Machine Presents: RPM Revolutions Per Month with Violent Bear & Teri Quinn, Saturday, February 11. 5:00 to 7:00 pm at Ollie’s Local. 3044 Gilliam Rd, KCMO

Tito’s Sound Machine, Saturday, February 18, at recordBar, 1520 Grand, with Abnorm, Duncan Burnett x Riot, Lincoln Marshall, AZP, Smitty the Kid, and J. Theiss

The Sound Machine series will focus on music discovery by highlighting up and coming area talent and bringing in bands from all around the globe. We will be showcasing not only acts on The Record Machine roster but will also curate a unique monthly musical experience. Our goal is to bring Kansas City together by inspiring people to see what can happen in their own backyard and show them what’s going on outside of it.

Middle of The Map Fest, May 4, 5, 6

The Record Machine is a pioneering, homegrown record label based in Kansas City, Missouri. Mike Russo, Richard Robinett, and Nathan Reusch founded TRM in 2003 when we released our first record. In the 12 years since, we have gone on to release over 50 albums. Our roster averages 10-12 bands from across the United States. In 2013 The Record Machine added current team members Alex Ellis and Steven Ervay. Our goal is to make an organic community of artists and help connect them with listeners. Tim Finn of The Kansas City Star remarked about The Record Machine’s output “[They] have assembled a stable of diverse artists who are making music that deserves national attention.

11:30

12. Westside Royal – “Not The Same” (CD #12) (3:34)
from: So Wrong, So Well [EP] / Westside Royal / November 11, 2016
[Kansas City based, 4-piece band.]

[Westside Royal play Tito’s Sound Machine KC, Friday, February 10, at recordBar, 1520 Grand, with Jaenki, Pink Royal, and Westerners.]

11:34 – Underwriting

KKFI is an Independent, non-commercial radio station!

Now, more than ever, Independent, Community Media is important for our world. We are here to listen to you, and share your concerns, and offer resources, and community activities and information. Along with our stellar National Public Affairs shows like Democracy Now, and Workers Independent News we also offer more locally produced public affairs programs than anywhere else on the dial. We offer programs specifically produced for the LGBTQIA Community, Women’s Issues, Native American News and Culture, and more.

Just remember what you don’t have to hear when you are tuned to 90.1 FM KKFI!

No Commercials. No automated robot playing the same 40 to 100 songs in a “rotation” based on a formula of one person, who programs the robot.

90.1 offers nearly 100 different radio programs. 80 of those programs are locally produced, and hosted and engineered by over 100 different people, who create content, and personally handcraft each show. There are over 135 hours each week of locally produced handcrafted programs. You will not find this anywhere else on your radio dial. It is very special. Not only do we bring the most diverse and unfiltered news and information, but our musical playlist is so very much deeper, and more comprehensive, than any other radio station in town. In one week you will hear over 2000 different songs played, as well as voices from the hundreds of KKFI volunteers and the hundreds of guests who visit out midtown studios to share their stories. How much is this worth to you?

11:43

13. The Ovaries-eez – “Hopeful Future”
from: I Saw You in My Dream / Whatever Forever / March 18, 2016
[Lawrence Kansas, based vocal trio. The Ovaries-eez debut full length was recorded & mastered by John Griffin at Sound + Vision Studio at Lawrence Public Library and released on Whatever Forever. Guitar and vocals by Monica George and Johni Lacore and Amber Hansen on vocals.]

[The Ovaries-eez play Replay Lounge in Lawrence, Friday, Februry 10, at 6:00 pm, with Philosophy of Lions]

14. Faultfinder – “Blind Mathematicians”
from: In The Sweaty Grip of The Moron / Faultfinder / January 19, 2017
[Recorded by Mike Tuley. Kansas City based Faultfinder was formed June 10, 2010. The current line up consists of: Joe Wetteroth on guitar, Don Beasley on guitar, Mookie Ninjak on bass & vocals, and Ben Biersmith on drums & vocals. Moe info at: http://soundcloud.com/faultfinder%5D

[Faultfinder play miniBar, Friday, February 10, with The Bad Ideas, Lovergurl, and Varma Cross.]

11:57

15. Verbose – “Underwater”
from: Underwater – Single / Left Handed Records / May 4, 2016
[One of two singles released from the alternative-blues-rock, Joplin, Missouri three piece band, with Logan on vocals & drums, Cody on guitar, and Will on vocals & bass, Produced by Logan Glasgo, and Jerrod Naff]

[Verbose plays 02-11 the MidCoast Takeover Fundraiser, Saturday, February 11, at The Brick, with Me Like Bees, Something & the Whatevers, and Nicholas St. James]

16. Noel Coward – “The Party’s Over Now”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003 [orig. 1957]
[WMM Closing Theme]

Next week on February 15, we feature music from artists playing at the 29th Annual Folk Alliance International Conference. We’ll welcome Kansas City’s very own Calvin Arsenia and also, from Edinburgh, Scotland, The Jellyman’s Daughter – Emily Kelly and Graham Coe. and more.

Our Script/Playlist is a cut and paste of information.
Sources for notes: artist’s websites, bios, wikipedia.org

Wednesday MidDay Medley in on the web:
www.WednesdayMidDayMedley.org,
http://www.facebook.com/WednesdayMidDayMedleyon90.1FM,
http://www.kkfi.org

Show #668

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