WMM Playlist from August 15, 2018

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, August 15, 2018

Kristie Stremel & Summer Osborne & Sarah McCracken
+ Chase The Horseman

1. “Main Title Instrumental – It’s Showtime Folks”
from: Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / Universal / Dec. 20, 1979
[WMM’s theme]

2. The Beths – “Future Me Hates Me”
from: Future Me Hates Me / Carpark Records / August 10, 2018
[The Beths are from Auckland, New Zealand. Elizabeth Stokes on lead vocals & guitar, Jonathan Pearce on guitar & vocals, Benjamin Sinclair on bass & vocals, Ivan Luketina-Johnston on drums & vocals. Their debut album on Carpark Records. Elizabeth Stokes previously worked in a folk band. “Fronting this kind of band was a new experience for me,” says Stokes. “I never thought I had the right voice for it.” All four members of The Beths studied jazz at university, resulting in a toolkit of deft instrumental chops and tricked-out arrangements that operate on a level rarely found in guitar-pop. Beths guitarist and studio guru Jonathan Pearce (whose other acts as producer include recent Captured Tracks signing Wax Chattels) brings it all home with an approach that’s equal parts seasoned perfectionist and D.I.Y. Channeling their stew of personal-canon heroes while drawing inspiration from contemporaries like Alvvays and Courtney Barnett, The Beths serve up deeply emotional lyrics packaged within heavenly sounds that delight in probing the limits of the pop form. “That’s another New Zealand thing,” Stokes concludes with a laugh. “We’re putting our hearts on our sleeves—and then apologizing for it.”]

3. Dream Version – “Fight Fair”
from: Fight Fair / Dream Version / July 7, 2017
[Chicago based trio with Eric Brummitt on guitar, keyboards, & vocals; Alec Jensen on lead vocals, bass, guitar, & keyboards; and Michael Kunik -on drums & vocals. All songs written by Alec Jensen. Recorded and mixed by Dorian Gehring at Foxhall. Mastered by Matthew Banhart at Chicago Mastering Service]

[Dream Version play The Rino, 314 Armour Rd, North Kansas City, Sunday, August 19, at 7:00 PM, with The Philistines, and Westerners.]

4. The Lithographers – “Slowing Down”
from: The Lithographers / The Lithographers / July 12, 2017
[Kansas City, Missouri based 4-oiece band made of: Ben McSpadden on vocals & guitar, Chaz Herrera on drums, Nick Miles on bass, and Tom Williams on guitar. Recorded and mixed by Justin Mantooth at Westend Recording Studio, Kansas City, KS. Mastered by Mike Nolte at Eureka Mastering, Portland, OR. Artwork by Kate Fleming, Arlington, VA.]

[The Lithographers play the NeXt2rock Showcase with: Yes You Are, Kid Computer, Maddison Ogden, Famous For A Day, on Friday, August 17, at 6:00 to 9:00 PM, at The 10 Spot, 1000 Broadway Blvd., Suite 300, KCMO, the 3rd floor of The Garment House.]

5. Stacy Busch – “Speak”
from: 3-Song EP / Stacy Busch / July, 2018 (Unreleased)
[Stacy says these songs “were written for the Outskrts LBTQ Festival and performed live with live dancers. They are meant to be anthem-like in their themes of coming together as a community.” 28 year old Stacy Busch is originally from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. She is a multimedia artist & performer. Her collaborative concert experiences are designed to be provocative and accessible to cultivate broader artistic interest and, reach under-served and/or misrepresented communities. Stacy is the founder and president of No Divide KC, an arts and social justice non-profit that creates artistic events for various social causes. Stacy’s work has been performed nationally as well as in France and Iceland. She recently partnered with Gilda’s Club KC, Owen/Cox Dance and Charlotte Street Foundation to compose and perform the music for “Collective: Our Stories of Cancer.” In 2018, her service with No Divide KC will include partnerships with the Kansas City Ballet School and the Johnson County Library. Stacy’s work has been performed at, the Kansas City Fringe Festival, Art in the Loop Kansas City, the experimental concert series ArtSounds, the Lyric Opera of Kansas City and UMKC Composer’s Guild Concerts. She has partnered with the Kansas City Streetcar, the UMKC dance program, Charlotte Street Foundation and the electronic music non-profit KcEMA. In addition to Kansas City, Stacy’s work has been featured at the University of Colorado-Boulder, the University of Michigan, Western Michigan University, Central Michigan University. It has also been performed by ensembles including: Bent Frequency, the Beo String Quartet and the Zodiac Trio. She is a two-time ArtSounds Grant recipient, a UMKC Women’s Council Grant recipient and was a CITS Scholar at the University of Missouri-Kansas City. Stacy received her Masters in Music in composition from the University of Missouri-Kansas City and her Bachelors in Music in composition from Western Michigan University. Her teachers include Rome Prize winners Paul Rudy and James Mobberley as well as Pulitzer Prize winners Zhou Long and Chen Yi. Other influential teachers include Guggenheim Fellow Curtis Curtis-Smith, Christopher Biggs and Lisa Coons. Prior to studying music, Stacy studied print journalism at Boston University.]

[Stacy Busch will performed an acoustic piece at Open Spaces Festival, October 28, at Swope Park.]

[Stacy Busch performs in No Divide KC Exhibition and Documentary Sept-Dec at the Johnson County Public Library Branches.]

[Stacy Busch presenting a big solo show, January 12, 2019 at Musical Theatre Heritage Stage in Crown Center called, Mass: Multimedia performance and exhibition. Stacy is partnering with an artist from Australia who she spent a month with in Iceland. The concert will involve live music performance, dance and video.]

6. Team Tremolo – “Worship You”
from: Intruders / Team Tremolo / August 29, 2017
[Debut EP from Wichita, Kansas based 5-piece band formed in January 2016 with Jenny Wood on lead vocals, Kristyn Chapman on guitar, Zack Roach on guitar, Caleb Drummond on bass, and William Erickson on guitar & drums. Recorded at Air House Studios in Wichita alongside veteran engineer Micajah Ryan (Bob Dylan, Megadeth, Guns N’ Roses) and Air House founder David Lord in Spring 2017. Mixed by Micajah Ryan. Produced by William Erickson and Micajah Ryan. Mastered by JJ Golden at Golden Mastering. Cover photograph by Sam Salinas. Cover layout and design by Kristyn Chapman. Intruder was released on cassette by on Wichita’s This Ain’t Heaven Recording Concern.]

[Team Tremolo play a Fundraiser For Braxton Matlock, Saturday, Aug 18, at 7:00 PM, at The Rino, 314 Armour Rd, North KC, w/ Mess, and Rachel Mallin & The Wild Type. Braxton Matlock is a husband, father, musician, producer, sound engineer, He’s the sole provider for his family,wife Holly, and young son Levi. Two weeks ago he began suffering what he thought was migraines. After a being rushed to the hospital with possible symptoms of meningitis, the doctors cleared him. A few days later Holly found Braxton unresponsive and called for another ambulance to the hospital. Friends are raising funds to cover his deductible, ambulance rides and to help him cover lost wages while being put out of work. http://www.gofundme.com/braxton039s-emergency-medical-fund%5D

7. Gully Boys – “I Wanna Go Home”
from: Not So Brave / Gully Boys / August 12, 2018
[Minneapolis, Minnesota based three piece all female band, with Kaytee Callahan on vocals & guitar, Natalie Klemond on bass/ & vocals, and Jazmyne McGill ~on drums & vocals. All songs written and performed by Kathy Callahan, Nadirah McGill, and Natalie Klemond. Recorded and mixed by Nick Tveitbakk at Pachyderm Studio. Mastered by Bruce Templeton. More info at http://www..gullyboys.bandcamp.com]

[Gully Boys play miniBar, 3810 Broadway, KCMO, on Thursday, August 16, at 9:00 PM, with Chase The Horseman, Taylor Seaborg, and Robe Rage.]

7. Chase The Horseman – “RIPchord”
from: RIPchord – Single / Chase the Horseman / October 24, 2017
[Recorded at Element Recording with Engineering, Mixing, Mastering, Coiling, Tutelage nu Joel Nanos , and Fritz Hutchison on C&C Drums, Kustom K Cymbals, Heidi Lynne Gluck on Fender Jazz Bass, Grounding, and Chase Horseman on Prophet 600, Wurlitzer 206, Drumbrute, Arp Explorer, Hagstrom 12-String, Framus 12 String, vox. Chase the Horseman is a band, film composer, multi-instrumentalist, audio engineer, and producer. He has composed music for over 36 films and as musician has collaborated with Clairaudients, Teri Quinn, Heidi Lynne Gluck, and many more.]

[Chase The Horseman plays miniBar, 3810 Broadway, KCMO, on Thursday, August 16, at 9:00 PM, with Gully Boys, Taylor Seaborg, and Robe Rage.]

10:30 – Interview with Chase the Horseman

Chase The Horseman

Chase the Horseman is a band, film composer, multi-instrumentalist, audio engineer, and producer. He has composed music for over 36 films and as musician has collaborated with Clairaudients, Teri Quinn, Heidi Lynne Gluck, KD Kuro, and many more.

Chase the Horseman thank you for being with us on WMM.

Chase The Horseman recently played The Rino, August 9, with Kat King, and The Sextet.

Chase The Horseman plays miniBar, 3810 Broadway, KCMO, on Thursday, August 16, at 9:00 PM, with Gully Boys, Taylor Seaborg, and Robe Rage.

Gully Boys, from Minneapolis, are also on the bill.

Chase the Horseman is now a 4-piece band with Chase on lead vocals & keyboards, Ian Dobyns on drums, Skylar Cowdry on bass & synth, Ada Brumbach on guitar, synth, & bass.

Chase is also now playing bass in the band Dreamgirl, where Ian Dobyns is also on drums.

Ian Dobyns was in the band The Author and The Illustrator. He also plays in the bands: Scouts, Bledsoe, and Double Drag.

We just heard Chase the Horseman’s track “RIPchord”

“RIPchord” was recorded at Element Recording with Engineering, Mixing, Mastering, Coiling, Tutelage from Joel Nanos, with Fritz Hutchison on C&C Drums, Kustom K Cymbals, Heidi Lynne Gluck on Fender Jazz Bass, Grounding, and Chase Horseman on Prophet 600, Wurlitzer 206, Drumbrute, Arp Explorer, Hagstrom 12-String, Framus 12 String, and vocals.

Chase the Horseman lists his influences as: Brian Eno, St. Vincent, A Tribe Called Quest, Grizzly Bear, Feist, James Blake

Last time Chase was on the radio show was on November 15, 2017, after he had just returned from Mexico City, where he was working on the soundtrack for a new television show.

On August 2, 2017, Chase Horseman joined us on Wednesday MidDay Medley with KD Kuro. Chase helped to produce KD’s debut solo album.

On June 7, 2017 Chase Horseman joined us on Wednesday MidDay Medley with Teri Ann Quinn. Chased helped in Teri’s debut EP recording, Moons and Meltdowns, as producer, engineer, and performer.

Chase The Horseman has also performed on stage and in recordings with with Heidi Lynne Gluck. A lot of his work has been in collaboration with other artists.

Chase Horseman also works with Element Recording doing Engineering, Mixing, Mastering under the guidance of Joel Nanos and Lennon Bone.

Chase Horseman has also released a digital album of 16 songs called Covers & Others, as a benefit for the American Civil Liberties Union.

More information at http://www.chasethehorseman.bandcamp.com

Bandography:

The Cherry Tree Parade – writer, performer 2007-2008 – Self Titled E.P. 2009
*The Low End – performer, producer, mixer, engineer 2009-2010 – House Fire E.P. 2009
Lower 48 Single 2010
*The Heat Index – producer, engineer, mixer 2010 – Horsehead E.P. 2010
*The Vowels – mixer/performer 2011 – Alligator Pear L.P. 2011
*Fake Natives – producer, performer, mixer, engineer 2011 – Self Titled L.P. 2011
*Towers – writer, performer, engineer, mixer, producer 2010-Present – For Whatever We Were & What Will Never Be L.P. 2012
*Clairaudients – guitar, keyboards, aux-percussion, vocals, writer 2013-
*Teri Quinn – Producer, engineer, performer – Moons and Meltdowns E.P. 2016
*Narkalark – Producer/Engineer – Narkalark Ep II released November 18, 2016
*Molly McGlaughlin – Producer/Engineer – A Beautiful Dying 2017

Chase the Horseman thank you for being with us on WMM.

Chase The Horseman plays miniBar, 3810 Broadway, KCMO, on Thursday, August 16, at 9:00 PM, with Gully Boys, Taylor Seaborg, and Robe Rage.

10:43 – Underwriting

8. Calvin Arsenia – “Headlights”
from: Cantaloupe / Bullseye Records / September 15, 2018 (KC Release)
[First single from upcoming full length album from Calvin Arsenia called, Cantaloupe, the first release on the new recording label Bullseye Records. Since 2014 we have been celebrating the music of Calvin Arsenia who came home to KC after living in Edinburgh, Scotland, and has released the EPs, Moments, Prose, and last year his full length debut, Catastrophe, and a LIVE recording from Greenwood Social Hall. This year he released the EP Caviar to special guests who attended his show at Wickstock West in West Bottoms. Standing at 6 foot 6 inches, Arsenia’s powerful vocals span a 3.5 octave range, while playing piano, banjo, guitar and harp. Calvin has played Folk Alliance International, Kansas City Fringe Fest, Apocalypse Meow, The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, The Kauffman Center For The Performing Arts, The Middle of the Map Fest., The Folly Theatre. Last year he undertook a three month US/European Outlyre Tour where he has played San Francisco, Portland, Vancouver, NYC, Boston, Edinburgh, Sweden, Denmark, Holland, Switzerlnd, Lyon and Paris.]

[Calvin Arsenia plays a special Album Release Show for his new album Cantaloupe, at The Gem Theatre, 1615 East 18th Street, KCMO, on Saturday, September 15 with special guest Krystle Warren and others, presented by Bullseye Records.]

9. Krystle Warren – “Get A Load”
from: Three The Hard Way / Parlour Door Music / August 18, 2017
[Produced by Krystle Warren and Ben Kane (D’Angelo, Emily King, PJ Morton). Recorded, engineered, and mixed by Ben Kane. Written & performed by Krystle Warren. Mixed at The Garden, Brooklyn. Mastered & cut by Alex DeTurk at Masterdisk. Last year in Krystle Warren premiered this song and her other new songs from this album at the Middle of the Map Fest in a packed room at Californos in Westport and later at The Polsky Theatre for the Performing Arts Series of Johnsons County Community College. For this record Krystle decided to play every instrument and vocals & back up vocals, “playing bass, drums, lap steel, piano, guitar, and vocals directly to analog tape. She and Ben Kane recorded in Villetaneuse, France, a small town on the outskirts of Paris in a vintage 70s era studio that offered just the right, rich sound to suggest the musical foundation for the record, and to do justice to the duo’s carefully balanced arrangements.” On the radio show last year Krystle shared inspirations for this record, early gospel recordings, that crossed over into Jazz from Pharoah Sanders, Edwin Hawkins, and The Swan Silvertones. Originally from KC, Krystle learned to play the guitar by listening to Rubber Soul & Revolver from The Beatles. Krystle graduated from Paseo Arts Academy in 2001 and began her musical career in collaborating with area jazz and pop musicians. After living in San Francisco and NYC, Krystle was signed to a French label, Because Music, and moved to Paris to release “Circles” in 2009. Krystle played French and British television programs, including Later with Jools Holland, garnering critical acclaim and traveling all over the world with Rufus Wainwright, Nick Cave, Norah Jones, and Joan As Police Woman. Krystle created, Parlour Door Music, to release “Love Songs: A Time You May Embrace” a recording from a 13-day session in Brooklyn, where she recorded 24 songs live with 28 musicians including her band, The Faculty, alongside choirs, horn and string sections.]

[Krystle Warren plays in Calvin Arsenia’s special Album Release Show for his new album Cantaloupe, at The Gem Theatre, 1615 East 18th Street, KCMO, on Saturday, September 15 with special guest Krystle Warren and others, presented by Bullseye Records.]

10. Megan Slankard– “Loving You Another Day”
from: Loving You Another Day – Single / Megan Slankard / Setember 13, 2016
[San Francisco based indie alt-rock musician Megan Slankard released her 5th album: Running on Machinery on May 19, 2015. This single was track was a, exclusive dmo recorded for Megan’s Patreon subscribers. More info at: http://www.patreon.com/meganslankard or http://www.meganslankard.com]

[Megan Slankard is currently on tour opening for Toad The Wet Sprocket through August 18.]

[Megan Slankard plays the InterUrban ArtHouse, 8001 Newton St, Overland Park, KS., Sunday August 19, at 5:30 pm, with Andy Davis & John Goolsby, Hosted by Createful JOY, LLC. More information at: http://www.interurbanarthouse.org]

Because of time constraints we couldn’t play:
00. Bob & Una Walkenhorst – “Time Goes Walking”
from: For Tomorrow / BAT Records /October 12, 2018
[25 year old Una Walkenhorst is a singer/songwriter from Kansas City, Missouri. Following the release of her debut album “Scars” in 2014, Una immediately had “new fans. . . coming out of the proverbial woodwork” (AXS). Paired with refreshingly raw vocals, Una’s heartfelt lyrics “will stop you in your tracks (at once beautiful and chilling),” wrote Gilded Palace Radio, as she weaves stories of genuine human experience. Una told KCUR FM that her father was one of the people who made her love music. But having a famous father can be challenging: “I knew that if I started my music career here I would have a lot of opportunities, but not all of them would be because of my music. They would be because I am someone’s daughter,” Walkenhorst says. Loading up her 97 Honda Civic, Una then spent a year traveling across North America promoting her music and connecting with listeners one-on-one. She ended up living in New Orleans. Una Walkenhorst is the youngest daughter of Bob Walkenhorst, a founding member of The Rainmakers, which had national and international hits in the 1980s and 90s, and continue to this day touring and recording new music. In January of 2018 Una Walkenhorst returned home to Kansas City from New Orleans. Over the past several years, Una and Bob had performed together at selected events, including Folk Alliance International. This year the father and daughter duo decided to record an album together, where they split the difference, taking turns as songwriters for the album’s songs, written individually, and recorded together, in clear beautiful harmonies, with that extra special shared musical DNA, that can be heard in the harmonies of The Carter Family or Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear. Bob & Una Walkenhorst recently played the Rural Grit Happy Hour at The Brick, Monday, August 13.]

[Una Walkenhorst plays Songs For Justice: A Benefit for the Midwest Innocence Project, Monday, August 20, at 7:00 PM at recordBar, 1520 Grand, KCMO, with Instant Karma, and Blue False Indigo.]

11:00 – Station ID

11:04 – Interview with Kristie Stremel & Summer Osborne & Sarah McCracken

Kristie Stremel, Sarah McCracken, & Summer Osborne on the August 15, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

Kristie Stremel, Summer Osborne, and Sarah McCracken are here, to play LIVE in our 90.1 FM Studios. These three singer songwriters are currently on the road for, The Tiny Town Tour 2018, performing shows in Ellsworth, Wichita, Manhattan, Tonganoxie, Des Moines, Lincoln, and Lawrence.

Kristie Stremel

Described as “Joan Jett & Tom Petty’s love child,” and armed with her guitar, fueled by coffee, and over 75 published songs, singer, songwriter, producer, rock & roll mom, Kristie Stremel has 10 full-length releases in her musical career of over 20 years. She has recorded as a solo artists and also on the bands Frogpond, and The 159ers. In 2015 Kristie released, Wildflowers, a children’s book of songs and poems with an accompanying CD recording inspired by her son Charlie. In 2016 Kristie released the single “Orlando (Keep Dancing).” More info at: http://www.kristiestremel.com

Kristie Stremel, thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

Summer Osborne photo by: Larry Perez

Described as the “love child” of Adele, Carole King, and Joss Stone, Summer Osborne is an award winning singer-songwriter with a charismatic stage presence. Summer’s ninth album, Spiritual Revolution, was released in August of 2015. Summer Osborne first graced the stage at the tender age of four, but has been performing her original tunes for fans since 2005. Summer has played: the National Women’s Music Festival and SXSW, and Pridefests all over North America, and has shared the stage with Holly Near, The Indigo Girls, The Cliks, Crystal Waters, Martha Wash, and Jennifer Holliday. More info at: http://www.summerosborne.com

Summer Osborne, thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

Sarah McCracken

St. Louis, Missouri based singer songwriter, Sarah McCracken has been on tour with Summer Osborne before. She has toured all over the country. Sarah McCracken graduated from Missouri State University in Springfield with a degree in Psychology. She also studied at Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College in St. Louis. Sarah McCracken has worked as a case manager for the Center for Urban Community Service in New York City, and as a program manager for St. Louis Arc.

Sarah McCracken, thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

11:07

Kristie Stremel and Sarah McCracken, play live on the August 15, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

11. Kristie Stremel – “Orlando (Keep Dancing)” (LIVE)
(Summer Osborne on backing vocals)
Orlando (Keep Dancing) was released as a Single on Stremeltone Records on June 16, 2016 The song was written by: Kristie Stremel in response to the Pulse Nightclub masacre on June 12, 2016, when Omar Mateen, a 29-year-old security guard, killed 49 people and wounded 53 others in a hate crime inside Pulse, a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida. Pulse was hosting Latin Night and most of the victims were Latino. About 320 people were inside the club, which was serving last call drinks at around 2:00 a.m. After arriving at the club by van, Omar Mateen approached the building on foot, armed with a SIG Sauer MCX semi-automatic rifle and a 9mm Glock 17 semi-automatic pistol and bypassed security and began shooting and taking hostages. After a three-hour standoff, he was shot and killed by Orlando Police Department officers. It was both the deadliest mass shooting by a single shooter and the deadliest incident of violence against LGBT people in United States history. It was also the deadliest terrorist attack in the US since the 9 /11 attacks in 2001. Recorded and Mixed by Paul Malinowski at Massive Sound. Mastered by John Hobson. Kristie Stremel on vocals & guitar, Anna Cook on cello & background vocals, Ryan McCall on piano & background vocals. In October, 2013 Kristie and her partner, Lori Isabell, welcomed their adopted baby son, Charlie, into their family. In April 2014 Kristie released her 6th solo record, and the 9th full-length release of her musical career of over 20 years. Released on her own label, Stremeltone, it was Kristie’s first self-produced album. Stremeltone Records, was created in her home in Lawrence. The last track, “It’s Enough” was released early, as a video, featuring photos of couples in partnerships, relationships, marriages, unions, families. The video was Kristie’s response the the KS House of Representatives passing HD 2453 allowing business the right to refuse service to LGBT customers. In 2015 Kristie released, Wildflowers, her children’s book of song and poems with accompanying CD recording with contributions from Victor & Penny, Kelley Hunt, Ron Megee, Kasey Rausch and more.]

Kristie Stremel, Summer Osborne, and Sarah McCracken are on the road for, The Tiny Town Tour 2018, performing shows in Ellsworth, Wichita, Manhattan, Tonganoxie, Des Moines, Lincoln, and Lawrence.

11:14

Sarah McCracken, & Summer Osborne play live on the August 15, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

12. Sarah McCracken – “Fear is a Liar” (LIVE)
(Summer Osborne on backing vocals)
a new original song from Sarah McCracken that might end up on her next release

11:24

13. Summer Osborne – The River” (LIVE)
a new original song from Summer Osborne that might end up on her next release

11:29 – Underwriting

11:31 – Interview with Kristie Stremel, Summer Osborne, and Sarah McCracken

Kristie Stremel, Sarah McCracken, & Summer Osborne on the August 15, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

We’re talking with Kristie Stremel, Summer Osborne, and Sarah McCracken who are playing LIVE in our 90.1 FM Studios. These three singer songwriters are currently on the road for, The Tiny Town Tour 2018, performing shows in Ellsworth, Wichita, Manhattan, Tonganoxie, Des Moines, Lincoln, and Lawrence.

Kristie Stremel, Summer Osborne, and Sarah McCracken, Thanks for being on WMM

More info at: http://www.kristiestremel.com / http://www.summerosborne.com

11:33

Kristie Stremel, Sarah McCracken, & Summer Osborne play live on the August 15, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

14. Kristie Stremel – “Miracle” (LIVE) (Summer Osborne on backing vocals)
originally released on All I Really Want, on September 25, 2001, on Slewfoot Records, and then on Stremeltone Records.

11:39

15. Sarah McCracken – “They” (LIVE) (Summer Osborne on backing vocals)
a new original song from Sarah McCracken that might end up on her next release

11:45

16. Summer Osborne – “You Are” (LIVE)
a new original song from Summer Osborne that might end up on her next release

Kristie Stremel, Sarah McCracken, & Summer Osborne on the August 15, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

We’re talking with Kristie Stremel, Summer Osborne, and Sarah McCracken who are playing LIVE in our 90.1 FM Studios. These three singer songwriters are currently on the road for, The Tiny Town Tour 2018, performing shows in Ellsworth, Wichita, Manhattan, Tonganoxie, Des Moines, Lincoln, and Lawrence.

Kristie Stremel & Summer Osborne & Sarah McCracken, Thanks for being on WMM

For Wednesday MidDay Medley, I’m Mark Manning, thanks for listening.

11:54:30

17. Summer Osborne – “As I Am”
from: As I Am / Summer Osborne / June 30, 2013
[St. Louis based singer songwriter has been performing on stage since the age of four. She’s been performing her original music since 2005, releasing 8 full-length albums and an EP. Since 2009, Summer has been constantly on tour playing Pridefests in St. Louis, Vancouver, Columbia, Memphis, Springfield, Lexington, Belleville. Summer is a champion of the KC HRC Battle of The Babes – Acoustic Stage. Summer has shared the stage with The Indigo Girls, God-Des and She, Tiffany, Jen Foster, Sugarbeach, The Cliks, Crystal Waters, Betty, Martha Wash, RJ Helton, Jennifer Holliday, Kimberley Locke, Tret Fure, and Shannon Curtis.]

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

Next week, on August 24, as we welcome the bands: Abandoned Bells and Emmaline Twist

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

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