WMM Playlist from Oct. 23, 2018

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

Wednesday, October 23, 2019

Spinning Records With Marion Merritt
+ Shawn Stewart + Jon “Piggy” Cupit

Marion Merritt

Today, we welcome back to the show, Marion Merritt as our special “Guest Producer.” For 15 years now Marion has been sharing her musical discoveries and information from her encyclopedic brain. Marion is the creator of Records With Merritt, a small, independent, minority owned business, at 1614 Westport Rd. in Kansas City, Missouri.

10:00 – Marion Merritt – Guest Producer

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

2. Dimitri From Paris – “Prologue”
from: Sacrebleu / Atlantic / 2001

3. Marvin Gaye – “Inner City Blues (Make Me Wanna Holler) [Live at the Kennedy Center Auditorium, Washington, D.C., 1972]”
from: What’s Going On (Live) / Motown / October 18, 2019
[Marvin Gaye What’s Going On Live is the only live performance by Marvin Gaye of his landmark 1971 album What’s Going On — his first concert for four years. Recorded at the Kennedy Center in his home town of Washington DC during the city’s Marvin Gaye Day on May 1, 1972 and then shelved for decades, it was released on CD in 2001 as part of the expanded deluxe edition of the album, but it has never before been issued on vinyl or as a CD in its own right. What’s Going On Live has been newly mixed by John Morales at M+M Mix Studios and mastered by Alex Abrash at AA Mastering. Its vinyl debut is in black 2LP and limited 2LP turquoise editions with deluxe gatefold packaging. The vinyl and CD packages of What’s Going On Live include rare images from Gaye’s performance as well as new liner notes by his biographer, David Ritz, who describes it as “an invaluable and vibrant historical document marking a milestone in the artist’s career.” The album includes the only known live recordings of Gaye performing four songs: ‘That’s The Way Love Is’ and ‘You’ (which opened the Washington concert as part of a meditative 13-minute medley), ‘Right On’ and ‘Wholy Holy.” A delay in switching reel-to-reel tapes during the concert meant that his performance of the What’s Going On hit ‘Mercy Mercy Me (The Ecology)’ was not successfully recorded. ‘Wholy Holy’ is now available for streaming and immediate download with pre-orders of the album. Marvin Gaye Day began with the Motown idol’s speech to students at Cardozo High, the school he had himself attended. Then a motorcade took Gaye and his parents to various other locations around Washington, including the office of city mayor Walter Washington, who presented Gaye with a key to the city. Then came a VIP reception at the US House of Representatives’ Rayburn House Office Building, before Gaye took to the stage of the Kennedy Centre at around 11pm. It was his first live show since 1968, and he gave only one other brief performance in the year of 1972 the following month, a short set in Chicago on 27 September which was filmed and recorded for the documentary Save the Children. Gaye later told Ritz about the withdrawal from performing that followed the tragic early death of his friend and Motown recording partner Tammi Terrell. “I understood that I’d been punishing myself by staying away so long,” he said. “I’d been denying myself love, and that’s one of the most foolish things a man can do.” Of Marvin Gaye Day, he added: “It was certainly the biggest day of my parents’ life. Here they came to Washington in the thirties without a penny, and their son was being honoured by the mayor as some sort of hero. At least on this one day I felt like I made Father proud.”

4. Flora Purim – “A Morte de Um Deus de Sal”
from: Flora e MPM / Sony BMG 2001 -/ Audio Clarity – 2019
[Flora Purim (born March 6, 1942) is a Brazilian jazz singer known primarily for her work in the jazz fusion style. She became prominent for her part in Return to Forever with Chick Corea and Stanley Clarke. She has recorded and performed with numerous artists, including Dizzy Gillespie, Gil Evans, Opa, Stan Getz, George Duke, Mickey Hart of the Grateful Dead, Santana, Jaco Pastorius, and her husband Airto Moreira. In 2002, Purim was the recipient of one of Brazil’s highest awards, the 2002 Ordem do Rio Branco for Lifetime Achievement. She has been called “The Queen of Brazilian Jazz”.]

5. Dona Onete – “Mexe Mexe”
from: Rebujo / Mais Um Discos / May 24, 2019
[Dona Onete (born June 18, 1939) is a Brazilian singer & composer. She has been referred to as the “Queen of Carimbo”. She was born Ionete da Silveira Gama in Cachoeira do Arari and grew up in Igarapé-Miri. By the time that she was fifteen, she was singing songs from traditional music genres such as sambas, quadrilles and boi bumba. She taught history & Amazonian studies in Igarapé-Mir and conducted research into rhythms, dances and traditions of the region. She helped establish music & dance groups which preserved traditional music and customs. From 1993 to 1996, she served as secretary of culture for the municipality. Onete recorded her first album Feitiço Caboclo when she was 73. She developed her own hybrid genre of music carimbo chamegado. After she retired to Pedreira [pt], she continued to perform. Together with a local band, she has performed throughout Brazil as well as in the UK, France, Portugal and NYC. In 2013, a biography of Onete Menina Onete – Travessias & Travessuras was published by anthropologist Antônio Maria de Souza Santos and educator Josivana de Castro Rodrigues. In 2017, she was named Brazilian Ordem do Mérito Cultural.]

6. Christone “Kingfish” Ingram – “Outside of This Town”
from: Kingfish / Alligator / May 17, 2019
[Christone “Kingfish” Ingram (born January 19, 1999) is an American blues guitarist and singer from Clarksdale, Mississippi, United States, who became a well known performer as a teenager. His debut album, Kingfish, was released in May 2019. In addition to his own album, musicians he has recorded with include Eric Gales, Buddy Guy and Keb Mo. He has shared the stage with well-known blues artists and younger blues musicians such as The Tedeschi Trucks Band, Samantha Fish, Bob Margolin, Eric Gales, Rick Derringer, Guitar Shorty and Buddy Guy.One of his earliest influences is Muddy Waters. Christone Ingram was born to Princess Pride and Christopher Ingram of Clarksdale, Mississippi in 1999. His extended family sang and performed in church. Ingram grew up attending gospel performances, and while still young joined groups to play and perform. His mother, Princess Pride, is first cousin to country music legend Charley Pride. He listened to and learned from music by Robert Johnson, Lightnin’ Hopkins, B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Jimi Hendrix, Prince and others. Ingram became interested in the blues around age 5 when his father showed him a PBS documentary about Muddy Waters, and at the same time promised they would go to the Delta Blues Museum to learn all about the music. He was taught how to play by Bill “Howl -N- Mad” Perry and Richard “Daddy Rich” Crisman at the arts and education program of the museum. He has also attended Clarksdale’s Pinetop Perkins Workshop Experience, where the events are held every summer. He started playing drums at age six. By the time he was eleven he was playing bass and then he moved to guitar. He appeared on the Rachael Ray and the Steve Harvey shows. By the time he was fifteen, he had received offers to perform and for custom guitars.His early teachers gave him the name “Kingfish”. Ingram described how he explained his interest in the Blues to his childhood friends who were interested in hip hop music: “They really thought it was funny, cause it was like “Man you young but you listen to that old, sad stuff.” I’m like, “Man, I ain’t really like that, I’m listening more for a culture thing, you know? This is history. This birthed what you guys listen to today, because you know rap is nothing but the blues’ grandchild.]

7. Christone “Kingfish” Ingram – “Fresh Out (feat. Buddy Guy)”
from: Kingfish / Alligator / May 17, 2019

10:35 – Underwriting

8. Joan Shelley – “Coming Down for You”
from: Like The River Loves The Sea / No Quarter Records / August 30, 2019
[Joan Shelley was born in 1985,. She is a songwriter and singer from Louisville, KY. She draws inspiration from traditional and traditionally-minded performers from her native Kentucky, as well as those from Ireland, Scotland, and England, but she’s not a folksinger. Her disposition aligns more closely with that of, say, Roger Miller, Dolly Parton, or her fellow Kentuckian Tom T. Hall, who once explained—simply, succinctly, in a song—“I Witness Life.” Since the 2015 release of her fourth album Over and Even, Shelley has crossed the country and toured Europe several times as a headlining artist, joined by guitarist Nathan Salsburg and sharing shows with the likes of Jake Xerxes Fussell, Bonnie “Prince” Billy, Doug Paisley, Daniel Martin Moore, the Other Years, and Michael Hurley. She has opened for Wilco, Chris Smither, Andrew Bird, and Richard Thompson. Jeff Tweedy produced her 2017 record “Joan Shelley” at The Loft in Chicago. She’ll be familiar to readers of guitar-centric magazines for having appeared, in the same season, on the covers of Fretboard Journal and Acoustic Guitar. Her latest album, “Like the River Loves the Sea,” was released to wide acclaim in Uncut magazine, Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Mojo, and Q magazine. Her second album, Ginko, and third album Farthest Field (with Daniel Martin Moore) were released in 2012 on Ol Kentuck. In 2014, Shelley released her fourth album, Electric Ursa, on No Quarter Records. In 2015, Shelley released her fifth album, Over and Even, on No Quarter. In 2017, Shelley released her eponymous sixth album. Her seventh album, Like the River Loves the Sea, was released in 2019. ]

9. Angel Olsen – “All Mirrors”
from: All Mirrors / Jagjaguwar / October 4, 2019
[4th album from Angel Olsen who was born January 22, 1987. She is an American singer-songwriter and musician from St. Louis, Missouri who currently lives in Asheville, North Carolina. At age three, Olsen was adopted by a foster family that had cared for her since shortly after her birth. The difference in years between her and her parents left an impression. “Because there are so many decades of difference between us, I became more interested in what their childhood was like,” she says of her parents, both of whom still live in St. Louis. “I fantasized about what it was like to be young in the ’30s and ’50s, more so than other kids my age.” Olsen explained that “my mother just has this capacity for children.” Despite early adolescent aspirations to be a “pop star”, her interests later shifted in high school. Olsen became more introverted, regularly attending punk rock and noise music shows at the Lemp Neighborhood Arts Center and the Creepy Crawl as well as Christian rock shows throughout the city. She began learning the piano and guitar and writing her own music. Two years after graduating from Tower Grove Christian High School, Olsen moved to Chicago.After releasing her first EP, Strange Cacti, and a debut album, Half Way Home, on Bathetic Records, Olsen signed with Jagjaguwar, ahead of her first full-band record, Burn Your Fire for No Witness, which was released on February 17, 2014. Olsen’s third full-length album, My Woman, was released on September 2, 2016. In addition to her work with Bonnie “Prince” Billy and The Cairo Gang, Olsen has collaborated with a number of other notable figures of American indie rock, including Tim Kinsella of Cap’n Jazz, LeRoy Bach of Wilco and Cass McCombs. Her collaboration with Kinsella and Bach, as well as with Chicago poet Marvin Tate, resulted in the album Tim Kinsella Sings the Songs of Marvin Tate by Leroy Bach Featuring Angel Olsen which the group released on Indianapolis label Joyful Noise Recordings on December 3, 2013. Her song “Windows” was featured in the final episode of the Netflix original series 13 Reasons Why.]

10. Angel Olsen – “Chance”
from: All Mirrors / Jagjaguwar / October 4, 2019

11. Moon Duo – “Lost Heads”
from: Stars Are the Light / Sacred Bones / September 27, 2019
[Moon Duo is a psychedelic rock band from San Francisco, California formed in 2009 by Wooden Shjips guitarist Ripley Johnson and Sanae Yamada. Their debut album Mazes was released on Sacred Bones Records in 2011. The band’s style is inspired by psychedelic rock, combining repetitive rhythms and saturated guitars. Their influences include Alan Vega of Suicide, Spacemen 3 and Silver Apples. The band’s seventh full-length album, Stars Are the Light, was released on September 27, 2019.]

12. Moon Duo – “Fever Night”
from: Stars Are the Light / Sacred Bones / September 27, 2019

11:03 – Station ID

13. J.S. Ondara – “Saying Goodbye”
from: Tales of America / Verve / February 1, 2019
[J.S. Ondara is a Kenyan singer-songwriter whose debut album, Tales of America, was released on February 15, 2019 via Verve Label Group. J.S. Ondara was born in August 1992 in Nairobi, Kenya. As a child, he wrote poems and stories as well as songs despite not having an instrument to play them on because his family couldn’t afford one. He was inspired by Radiohead, Nirvana, Death Cab For Cutie, Jeff Buckley, Pearl Jam, Guns N’ Roses, and Bob Dylan. He grew up listening to rock songs on his older sisters’ battery-powered radio. Having discovered The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan following a dispute with a friend over whether Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door was a Guns N’ Roses song, Ondara resolved to travel to the United States to pursue a career in music. In February 2013, after winning in the green card lottery, he moved to Minneapolis, Minnesota at the age of 20. He taught himself to play guitar and perform during open mic nights. Eventually, he decided to study music therapy in college, but dropped out of school to return to playing small shows at coffee houses after attending a concert. After moving to Minnesota, Ondara tried his hand at making music and performing in small venues. His big break came when Minneapolis radio station KCMP 89.3 The Current played one of his songs on air by pulling audio from his YouTube channel, where he had been uploading covers of his favorite songs. At the time, he was going by the name Jay Smart. Ondara’s debut album, Tales of America, was released in February 2019 by Verve Label Group. Despite only 11 tracks making the final tracklist, Ondara wrote more than 100 songs for the album, all based on an immigrant’s life in America. The album was produced by Mike Viola of the Candy Butchers. In support of the album, Ondara embarked on his first headlining tour in March 2019. After the release of the album, Ondara debuted on Billboard’s Emerging Artist chart at No. 37 in March 2019. The album also landed on the Billboard Heatseekers Album, Americana/Folk Album Sales, and Rock Album Sales charts. He was nominated for Best Emerging Act at the 2019 Americana Music Honors & Awards. Ondara cites Bob Dylan as his musical hero, which is why he chose to live in Minnesota and why he wears his signature fedora. He has toured with the Milk Carton Kids, Lindsey Buckingham and in 2019, he opened for select dates on tour with Neil Young.]

14. Michael Kiwanuka – “Pin It Down”
from: KIWANUKA / Interscope Records / November 1, 2019
[Michael Samuel Kiwanuka (born 3 May 1987) is an English indie and folk rock singer-songwriter and record producer who is signed with Polydor Records. His 2012 debut album Home Again went gold in the United Kingdom and his second album, Love & Hate, debuted in 2016 at number one. He has been nominated for numerous honors, including the Brit Awards, MTV Europe Music Awards, Mercury Prize, BBC Music Awards. In January 2012, he won the BBC’s Sound of 2012. Born and raised in Muswell Hill, London, Kiwanuka is the son of Ugandan parents who escaped the Amin regime. He attended Fortismere School, leaving there in 2005 after completing his A-Levels. He went on to study at the School of Media, Arts and Design at the University of Westminster. Kiwanuka worked as a session guitarist, playing with Chipmunk and Bashy before working as a solo artist. His first proper gig was at The Oxford in Kentish Town at age 22. He came to the attention of Communion Records, which released his first two EPs, including his debut Tell Me A Tale on 13 June 2011. Kiwanuka supported Adele on her Adele Live 2011 tour, as well at her iTunes Festival 2011 gig, and played at the 2011 Hard Rock Calling. In 2011, he signed a deal with Polydor Records. He was included in the BBC’s Sound of 2012 poll and was named as the winner on 6 January 2012. In June 2012, he was illustrated in a BBC article regarding Spain vis-à-vis Uganda during the Eurozone crisis; his putative counterpart was actress Penélope Cruz. Kiwanuka released his debut studio album, Home Again, in 2012 to positive reviews from critics. The album peaked at number 4 in the UK and, as of 2012, has sold over 70,000 copies in the UK. In 2016, Kiwanuka released his follow-up to Home Again, Love & Hate. The album was a critical and commercial success, reaching a peak at number 1 on the UK albums chart. The album was produced by Danger Mouse and spawned several singles. The HiPipo Music Awards honoured Kiwanuka with the Best Global Act award for his Love & Hate album success and musical accomplishments since his 2012 debut album Home Again. Kiwanuka has acknowledged influences from musicians such as Jimi Hendrix, Bill Withers, Otis Redding,Jack Johnson, Pops Staples, The Band, Joni Mitchell, Bob Dylan, Eric Bibb, Tommy Sims, Wham!, Richie Havens and Funkadelic. He’s played with James Gadson, drummer for Bill Withers.]

15. Allah-Las – “Roco Ono”
from: Lahs / Mexican Summer / October 11, 2019
[Allah-Las are an American rock band from Los Angeles, California, formed in 2008. The band consists of Miles Michaud (vocals, guitar), Matthew Correia (percussion, vocals), Spencer Dunham (bass, vocals), and Pedrum Siadatian (lead guitar, vocals). The group was founded in 2008, when school friends Matt Correia and Spencer Dunham met Pedrum Siadatian while working together at Amoeba Records in Los Angeles. They began jamming, and together with Correia and Dunham’s fellow school friend, Miles Michaud, formed the band. They released their first 7-inch recording in 2011, “Catamaran/Long Journey”, produced by Nick Waterhouse for his Pres label. In 2012, they released a second single, “Tell Me (What’s on Your Mind)/Sacred Sands”, produced again by Waterhouse but this time for their new label, Innovative Leisure. One reviewer commented that “their sound is steeped in the pop sensibilities of The Zombies, The Kinks and The Yardbirds, laced with Northern Soul, lo-fi funk and the ever-enduring influence of Arthur Lee and Love”. Allah-Las were featured in a Daytrotter session in May 2012 and their performance of Catamaran was named one of the top 200 Daytrotter songs of the year. In September 2012, Allah-Las released their self-titled debut LP, also produced by Waterhouse for Innovative Leisure. The album has been described as “an effortlessly wistful batch of starry-eyed, minor-key beauties that gently ruminate on the usual young-guy subjects: sex, freedom, the ways the former can interfere with the latter and vice versa”. In October 2012, NPR’s World Café featured two songs of Allah-Las, noting that “the music captures the carefree, breezy sounds of California… dreamy romanticism [with] a vibe that can feel both joyous and melancholy”. In October 2019, the album landed at no. 22 on Happy Mag’s list of “The 25 best psychedelic rock albums of the 2010s”, labeled as “a staple in surf-rock and ’60s revival.” Allah-Las completed their first tour in 2011, up the California coast from San Diego to San Francisco. They toured the East Coast and Europe during 2012, where their first show in London, UK was described by The Guardian as “a blissful 45 minutes on a cold night”. In 2014 they released their second album, Worship the Sun. The group released their third album, Calico Review, on September 9, 2016, out on Mexican Summer. The album was recorded in 2016 at the Valentine Recording Studio in Los Angeles.]

16. Allah-Las – “Star”
from: Lahs / Mexican Summer / October 11, 2019

17. Kay Kyser & His Orchestra, Harry Babbitt & Julie Conway – “Jingle Jangle Jingle”
from: Jingle Jangle Jingle (Remastered) – Single / Bacci Bros Records / April 6, 2012
[“Jingle Jangle Jingle”, also known as ‘I’ve Got Spurs That Jingle Jangle Jingle”, is a song written by Joseph J. Lilley and Frank Loesser, and published in 1942. It was featured in that year’s film The Forest Rangers, in which it was sung by Dick Thomas. The most commercially successful recording was by Kay Kyser, whose version reached no. 1 in the Billboard charts in July 1942. Versions were recorded by many other musicians, including Tex Ritter, Gene Autry, Glenn Miller and The Merry Macs. Members of the Western Writers of America chose it as one of the Top 100 Western songs of all time. Kay Kyser’s recording of the song is featured in the 2010 role-playing video game Fallout: New Vegas. The song was performed by Jon Walmsley and Lisa Harrison on The Waltons, Season 9, Episode 13, “The Gold Watch” (26 Feb. 1981).]

Marion Merritt thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

Marion is the creator of Records With Merritt, a small, independent, minority owned business, at 1614 Westport Rd. in Kansas City, Missouri. More info at: http://www.recordswithmerritt.com

11:26 – Underwriting

18. Shawn Stewart – “Til You Didn’t Want Me (feat. Jocelyn Nixin)”
from: Radio / Shawn Stewart / October 23, 2019

Shawn Stewart

11:31 – Interview with Shawn Stewart

Shawn Stewart started playing music in Kansas City after he moved here from Chicago in 1991. His band, “Tin Roof Echo” played venues around town through 1993 when he retired to the suburbs to raise a family as a “stay at home dad.” In 2014, after his kids were grown, he moved to midtown to pick up where he left off. He released four albums under the moniker, “JohnnySuperColossal” and today is releasing is newest album, Radio, under his own name.

Shawn Stewart thanks for being with us again on WMM.

Radio was recorded by Pat Tomek, Mike Moreland, and Rob Nold, with mixing, mastering, and engineering performed by Pat Tomek. Drums and most percussion was by Pat Tomek. All songs, 2019, “Hear You” Music.

Track-listing of Shawn Stewart’s Radio / Released October 22, 2019

1. Til You Didn’t Want Me (Feat: Jocelyn Nixon)
2. My Bourgey Baby
3. Just Move On (Feat: Helen Proctor w/Martin Ferrell and Dylan Moses)
4. Poppies & Puppies
5. Let’s Just Say I Like You A Lot (feat: Bram Wijnands)
6. Surprise
7. I Don’t Care (Feat: Sascha Groschang)
8. Better Than Me (Feat: Ro Myra)
9. Kid Gloves
10. A Song For You


19. Shawn Stewart – “My Bourgey Baby”
from: Radio / Shawn Stewart / October 23, 2019

Jon “Piggy” Cupit

11:45 – Interview with Jon Piggy Cupit

Jon “Piggy” Cupit was a graduate of the Kansas City Art Institute, in the fibers department. Jon Piggy Cupit is a multi media artist. He’s always had an affinity to the theatre & stage, both in front of the curtain and behind it, starting his career in the 5th grade as the back end of a dancing donkey and things have just been coming up roses ever since. Just last week Jon finish an extended run of “Golden Girls Gone Wild Part 3” for Late Night Theatre, where he has also appeared in “The Birds,” “The Stepford Wives,” “Super Models in Space” (a show he wrote) and many other productions. Jon designed the set for David Wayne Reed’s Mother Trucker. In the 1990s with his Thunder Pussy Productions, and with Big Bang Buffet Jon created multiple performance art pieces integral soundtracks, video projections and lots of wigs.

Jon “Piggy” Cupit joins us to share details about his new solo ONE NIGHT ONLY pop up show, “There’s an Army on the Dancefloor” on Tuesday, October 29, 5:00 to 8:00 pm, at Missy B’s, 2nd floor, 805, West 39th Street, KCMO.

Jon Piggy Cupit thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

Congratulations on another great run with Golden Girls Gone Wild. This year you all took the show on the road, to Tybee Island, how was the adventure?

Jon “Piggy” Cupit’s new solo ONE NIGHT ONLY pop up show,
“There’s an Army on the Dancefloor”
Tuesday, October 29, 5:00 to 8:00 pm,
at Missy B’s, 2nd floor, 805, West 39th Street, KCMO.

Along with the larger pieces, which will be part of a silent auction,

Jon will also have a ‘POP shop’ for his smaller multiple art pieces he has created especially for this event. It’s very colorful, shiny & glittery pop inspired stuff. Jon has been exploring a few different series lately.

Works included are from the REvolutions series, the SEXIT series and the WTF series, which is jewelry inspired.

Jon Piggy Cupit thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

Jon “Piggy” Cupit’s new solo ONE NIGHT ONLY pop up show, “There’s an Army on the Dancefloor” on Tuesday, October 29, 5:00 to 8:00 pm, at Missy B’s, 2nd floor, 805, West 39th Street, KCMO.


Jon “Piggy” Cupit & Shawn Stewart on the October 23, 2019 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

20. Shawn Stewart – “Better Than Me (feat: Ro Myra)” (CD #20) (2:57)
from: Radio / Shawn Stewart / October 23, 2019

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

Next week on Wednesday MidDay Medley, October 30, 10-Noon, on KKFI 90.1 FM we welcome special guests Julie Berndsen, Adam Phillips, and Brandon Taylor Phillips of Other Americans. We also talk with Ryan Lee Toms, Jonathan Thatch, and Kitten Adventure Boggs of HMPH! Plus we talk with Sondra Freeman of Midwest Music Foundation about Apocalypse Meow 12 – Friday, Nov. 1 at Mills Record Company and Saturday, Nov. 2 at Drexel Hall Kansas City. We will also spin more New & MidCoastal Releases from: Headlight Rivals, Carswell & Hope, Other Americans, Scott Hrabko & The Rabbits, HMPH!, Nublvckcity, Shy Boys, The Sluts, Iris DeMent, Slights, and Kristie Stremel & The 159ers.

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

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