WMM Playlist from March 11, 2020

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

Wednesday, March 11, 2019

New & MidCoastal Releases + Teri Quinn
+ Dan Jones & The Squids + Kadesh Flow

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

2. Dirty Projectors – “Overlord”
from: “Overlord” – Single / Domino Recording Co / February 26, 2020
[Scarcely 18 months after the release of their album, “Lamp Lit Prose,” from July 13, 2018, and three months after their live-in-studio album “Sing The Melody” from December 10, 2019, Dirty Projectors return with the new single ‘Overlord.’ It has been called a “Tongue-in-cheek ode to surveillance capitalism? Critique of our primal confusion of charisma for actual leadership? Cautionary tale about blind faith in technology? Anti-fascist manifesto? Who knows, but ’Overlord’ feels like a ‘Both Sides Now’ for our brave new Amazon Prime world. The lyrics are belied by a rootsy, organic arrangement — capo’ed acoustics, upright bass, congas, drum kit & three-part harmony — that must be Dirty Projectors’ loosest and warmest production since Swing Lo Magellan.” ‘Overlord’ is the first Dirty Projectors song to feature the new lineup that lead Projector Dave Longstreth put together around the Lamp Lit Prose touring in 2018/19. Guitarist Maia Friedman handles lead vocals and co-wrote the lyrics with Dave, who wrote and produced the music. Felicia Douglass and Kristin Slipp contribute additional vocals. Nat Baldwin plays upright bass; Mike Johnson is behind the kit. Mauro Refosco plays congas.]

3. Best Coast – “Everything Has Changed”
from: Always Tomorrow / Bethany Cosentino – Concord Records / February 21, 2020
[Best Coast is an American rock duo formed in Los Angeles, California in 2009. The band consists of songwriter, guitarist and vocalist Bethany Cosentino (born November 3, 1986) and guitarist and multi-instrumentalist Bobb Bruno. Cosentino, a former child actress, began writing music as a teenager and was formerly a member of the experimentalist drone group Pocahaunted. After a brief tenure at college in New York City, Cosentino returned to the West Coast and began recording lo-fi demos with Bruno, whom she met in the Los Angeles music scene. After a string of 7-inch and cassette-only singles, the band signed to Mexican Summer, who issued the band’s debut, Crazy for You, in 2010. Crazy for You became an unexpected commercial success following Internet buzz surrounding the duo. Lewis Pesacov of Fool’s Gold and Foreign Born produced, engineered and mixed the album. Best Coast added a touring drummer, Ali Koehler of Vivian Girls, and spent much of 2011 on the road for festival appearances and tour dates. Best Coast’s sophomore effort, The Only Place, was released in 2012 and featured a cleaner sound than their previous releases. In 2013, the duo released an EP, Fade Away, and their third studio album, California Nights, was released in May 2015. More recently, Best Coast released their fourth studio album, Always Tomorrow, in February 2020.]

4. Miki P and The Swallowtails – “I”
from: I – Single / Miki P / February 13, 2020
[Meeting in the vast network of Kansas City’s rich music scene, in October of 2018 Miki P and the Swallowtails was created, and by the fall of 2019 they released their first EP Swallowtail independently. With half of the band’s members having Classical music degrees, and the other half with Jazz degrees, Miki P is a self-taught musician/multi-instrumentalist & songwriter driving the Swallowtails into a creative collaboration like any other. The group includes Miki P on guitar & vocals, Rachel Lovelace on bassoon, Adee Dancy on cello & vocals, Robert Castillo on bass, and Cade Pool on drums. Each member is an integral part of the Kansas City music scene, writing, arranging, performing, and collaborating original music for their own groups and several other projects in the metro. “Introspective pop music with lyric-driven folk influences, mixed with collaborative energy & an odd pairing of instruments, Miki P locked in with the Swallowtails create a moment with music written and arranged from the heart.” Miki P started playing guitar in middle school. She taught herself to play the drums, while listening to Mitch Mitchell, Keith Moon and Ringo Starr. As a teen she played drums for various groups including tAmerican Slim. She wrote songs for their full-length album Irreplaceable released in 2017, followed by a single “Queen of Hearts” released April 11, 2018. She also plays ukulele & piano, teaching herself how to play both the instruments, using them frequently in all projects she is involved in. She was a featured vocalist with The Band That Fel to Earth Bowie Tribute. She’s played Boulevardia, Middle of the Map Fest, Royal’s Kaufman Stadium, recordBar, Uptown Theater, Arrowhead Stadium, Nelson Atkins Museum, the Crossroads Music Festival and the SXSW Music Fest. Miki P will be on WMM on April 15.]

[Miki P & The Swallowtails play a pre-album release show at ULAH Live Sessions, at ULAH, 4707 Rainbow Blvd., Westwood, Kansas on Thursday March 12, at 7:00 PM ]

5. Krystle Warren & The Faculty – “Tuesday Mornings”
from: Love Songs – A Time to Refrain from Embracing (Love Songs: A Time You May Embrace) / Parlour Door Music / April 9, 2012 UK]
[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, who gave her a one way ticket to France. Krystle 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 on tours with Rufus Wainwright, Nick Cave, Norah Jones, and Joan As Police Woman. Krystle left Because Music and created, Parlour Door Music, to release “Love Songs: A Time You May Embrace / A Time to Refrain from Embracing” 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. In 2019 The Kansas City based Owen/Cox Dance Group premiered a new dance piece titled “Love Songs” with choreography by Jennifer Owen, set to all 24 songs, in the order they appear in the double album recording, that Brad Cox originally worked on as an arranger and keyboardist. Krystle Warren has collaborated with Erykah Badu, Keziah Jones, Zap Mama, Rufus Wainwright and Martha Wainwright, Brad Cox Amadou & Mariam, Lakecia Benjamin, Guarco, Teddy Thompson, Gwyneth Herbert, Hercules & Love Affair, and Joon Moon. Along with being included in the compilation “NYC Subway – Songs from the Underground,” and tribute recordings for Kate McGarrigle, and Nick Drake, Warren has released the EP “Diary” on May 1, 2007; “The Up Series – EP” on November 10, 2008; “Circles” her 13-song full length on March 13, 2009; “A Time To Keep – Love Songs EP”, on August 12, 2011, The double album 24-song “Love Songs” released on vinyl in Europe on April 9, 2012 and as separate digital and CD albums in the U.S. as: “Love Songs: A Time to Embrace,” on March 13, 2012 and “Love Songs: A Time to Refrain from Embracing” on February 27, 2015; Krystle released “Three the Hard Way” on August 18, 2017; and the new single “Rising”was released May 31, 2019.]

[Krystle Warren & The Faculty play Greenwood Social Hall, 1750 Belleview Avenue, KCMO, on Sunday, March 15, at 8:00 PM in an incredibly rare appearance and intimate evening of music with members from The Faculty who have been working & playing together for more than 17 years. This event will mark the first time all members of The Faculty will be on stage together in Kansas City. Including: Micheal Riddleberger on drums, Solomon Dorsey on bass, Zach Djanikian on guitar, Jonathan Anderson on piano & keyboards, and Krystle Warren on vocals & guitar.] [Event Cancelled]

6. The Buhs – “All Night Remix (Feat. Lee Langston and Les Izmore)”
from: All Night (Remix) – Single / The Buhs / February 24, 2016
[“All Night” was originally written by Matt Villinger for his album “All Night.” This remix captures a new vibe for the song and pays tribute to The Buhs and their late nights creating music in the Crossroads of Kansas City. The track was written by Matt Villinger and Les Izmore. Arranged by Ryan J. Lee, Brad Williams, Hermon Mehari, Tim Braun, Lee Langston, and Les Izmore. The Buhs features singers Julia Haile, Lee Langston, and Anthony Saunders along with emcees Reach and Les Izmore. More info: http://www.thebuhs.com.]

[Lee Langston plays The Phoenix, 302 West 8th Street, KCMO, Friday, March 13, at 9:00 PM]

7. Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy – “It’s A War”
from: Dirtflowers / Til Willis / December 6, 2019
[Til Willis on guitars, vocals, percussion, Rhodes, Bass, and more; Eric Binkley on bass, Austin Sinkler on drums. With Troy Thill on saxophone, Dave Flomberg on trombone, and Paul Maley on trumpet. Plus, Jeff Jackson on pedal steel for “Blood Moon Song” and Jake Staab on keyboards for “Outlast The Moon” Til Willis was born in the heat of 1980, and has been making music for a long time. Currently, when not performing solo, he makes noise with Erratic Cowboy. The style of music is lyric driven rock, that draws influence from many sources. Some have described it as Tin-Roof-Rain-Water-Bop. In his years of touring the country, Til has had the pleasure to perform with such notable talents as Pete Seeger, The Subdudes, Ronny Elliott, Fainting Goats etc.. In 2012 he formed Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy..]

[Til Willis plays Gaslight Gardens, 317 N 2nd St, Lawrence, KS, Saturday, March 14, at 9:00 Pm with Reagan Zagan, and Salvador Francisco]

8. Joseph Warren & the Wanderlust Revival – “Love the Wander”
from: The Greenwood Demos / Joseph Warren / November 4, 2017
[Based out of Kansas City, Missouri, Joseph Warren & the Wanderlust Revival is a unique caravan of midwestern roamers. Joseph Warren Wheeler on vocals, tenor guitar, guitar, & banjo; Bill Wald on bass, Jake Gronbeck on drums & percussion, Eva Louise Hall on vocals. More info at: http://www.thewanderlustrevival.com]

[Joseph Warren and the Wanderlust Revival play The Brick, 1727 McGee St, KCMO, on Friday, March 13, at 8:30 PM with Missouri Loves Company , and Black Stacey.]

10:29 – Underwriting

Teri Quinn Photographed by Kelly Powell of Elements Studio Photography. Styling by Taylor Rivera

9. Teri Quinn – “Sweet Savannah”
from: “Sweet Savannah” – Single / Teri Quinn / February 26, 2020
[Produced and engineered by Chase Horseman at Element Recording Studios. Mastered by Joel Nanos at Element Recording Studios. For this recording: Landon Hambright on guitar, Matt Richey on drums, Joel Stratton on Wurlitzer, Molly Mclaughlin on alto flute, Chase Horseman on synth bass, and Teri Quinn on banjo and vocals. About this song Teri wrote, “While on tour, I had a rough time in Atlanta, Georgia and decided to rest and take a moment in Savannah, Georgia. The sea salt sunshine immediately revived me. The universe showed me grace and I fell in love with myself all over again. This is a love song to Savannah, Georgia.”]

[Monta At Odds play Replay Lounge, 946 Massachusetts, Lawrence, KS., Saturday, March 14, at 10:00 PM, with Other Americans, and Lesser Pleasures]

[Teri Quinn with Landon Hambright play Concerts in the ‘Burg, at 4500 County Road 351, Fulton, MO, on Saturday, April 25, at 5:00 PM. For more info you can visit: http://www.ConcertsInTheBurg.com]

Teri Quinn & Landon Hambright on the March 11, 2020 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM.

10:36 – Interview with Teri Quinn & Landon Hambright

Teri Quinn is a KC based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Teri moved to Kansas City in 2009 to study clarinet performance and Music Composition at the UMKC’s Conservatory of Music where she graduated in 2013. Teri released her debut EP, Moons and Meltdowns in 2017. Along with being a touring solo artists Teri has also played with Claire and the Crowded Stage, and Abandoned Bells. She currently plays with True Lions and Monta At Odds. We just heard Teri’s brand new single, “Sweet Savannah,” released February 26, 2020.

Teri Quinn, Thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

Joining Teri here in our 90.1 FM Studios is Landon Hambright who plays guitar on Sweet Savannah, and in live concerts with Teri Quinn. Landon Hambright is from Arlington, Texas. He studied Psychology at Texas State University in San Marcos, Texas where he graduated in 2010. He has played with Calvin Arsenia and other musicians in the Kansas City area.

Landon Hambright, Thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

About this song Teri wrote, “While on tour, I had a rough time in Atlanta, Georgia and decided to rest and take a moment in Savannah, Georgia. The sea salt sunshine immediately revived me. The universe showed me grace and I fell in love with myself all over again. This is a love song to Savannah, Georgia.”

“Sweet Savannah” was produced and engineered by Chase Horseman at Element Recording Studios. Teri had previously worked with Chase for her debut EP, Moons and Meltdowns from 2017.

“Sweet Savannah” was mastered by Joel Nanos at Element Recording Studios.

For this recording:
Landon Hambright on guitar,
Matt Richey on drums,
Joel Stratton on Wurlitzer,
Molly Mclaughlin on alto flute,
Chase Horseman on synth bass,
and Teri Quinn on banjo and vocals.

10:44

Teri Quinn & Landon Hambright on the March 11, 2020 edition of WMM on KKFI.

10. Teri Quinn & Landon Hambright – “Deafening Silence” (Live)
Live in our 90.1 FM Studios

[Monta At Odds play Replay Lounge, 946 Massachusetts, Lawrence, KS., Saturday, March 14, at 10:00 PM, with Other Americans, and Lesser Pleasures]

[Teri Quinn with Landon Hambright play Concerts in the ‘Burg, at 4500 County Road 351, Fulton, MO, on Saturday, April 25, at 5:00 PM. For more info you can visit: http://www.ConcertsInTheBurg.com]

We’re talking with Teri Quinn & Landon Hambright.

Teri and Landon met through their mutual friends Calvin Arsenia and Chris Dong.

Landon’s partner Chris Dong is an amazing artist who has created art work for several of Calvin Arsenia’s special EP releases and shows.

Teri has been a frequent guest on our show. We first met her when she was playing clarinet with Claire Adams and the Crowded Stage. She has also arranged music for Claire Adams and the Classical Revolution.

Teri is a natural collaborator who has worked with Calvin Arsenia, Poet Jen Harris, Abandoned Bells, Monta At Odds and True Lions.

10:53

Teri Quinn & Landon Hambright on the March 11, 2020 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM

11. Teri Quinn & Landon Hambright – “When I’m Gone” (Live)
Live in our 90.1 FM Studios

Teri Quinn & Landon Hambright, Thanks for being with us on WMM

Teri Quinn’s brand new single, “Sweet Savannah,” was released February 26, 2020.

Monta At Odds play Replay Lounge, 946 Massachusetts, Lawrence, KS., Saturday, March 14, at 10:00 PM, with Other Americans, and Lesser Pleasures.

Teri Quinn with Landon Hambright play Concerts in the ‘Burg, at 4500 County Road 351, Fulton, MO, on Saturday, April 25, at 5:00 PM. For more info you can visit: http://www.ConcertsInTheBurg.com

11:00 – Station ID

12. Dan Jones and The Squids – “I’ve Got Time For You”
from: We Live In A World That Is Out Of This World / DJ&tS / December 6, 2019
[Recorded at Temple Sounds in KCMO, 2018-2019. Engineered. by JB Moreland. Produced by Dan Jones and The Squids and JB Moreland. Mastered by Tom Nunes at Atomic Disc. With Dan Jones on acoustic & electric guitars, keyboard, lead vocals + drums/bass on “Love/Life”; Matt Ronan on drums, percussion, vocals; Alex Alexander on electric guitar, vocals; Steve Tulipana on bass, vocals; Joey Slab on poem and spiel on “Beach, Please”; Scot Sperry on electric slide guitar on “Love/Life”; Donna Jones on lyrics to “The Violet Man.”]

[Dan Jones and the Squids play The Brick, 1727 McGee St, KCMO, on Saturday, March 14, at 10:00 PM, with Red Kate, and The Grave Escpape.]

[Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday,April 11 with Danny & Heidi, and MSSV (Mike Bagetta, Mike Watt, & Stephen Hodges).]

[Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday, May 9, at 7:00 PM, with Cher UK, Nuthatch-47, and Larry Seaman.]

Matt Ronan, Dan Jones and Kadesh Flow on the March 11, 2020 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI 90.1 FM

11:03 – Interview with Dan Jones and Matt Ronan

KC based musicians Dan Jones and Matt Ronan of the band join us to share music and information about Dan Jones & The Squids who released their newest album “We Live In A World That Is Out Of This World” on December 21, 2019. Dan Jones & The Squids includes Dan Jones on acoustic & electric guitars, keyboard, lead vocals; Matt Ronan on drums, percussion & vocals; Alex Alexander on electric guitar & vocals; and Steve Tulipana on bass & vocals.

Dan Jones and the Squids play The Brick, 1727 McGee St, KCMO, on Saturday, March 14, at 10:00 PM, with Red Kate, and The Grave Escape. Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday,April 11 with Danny & Heidi, and MSSV (Mike Bagetta, Mike Watt, & Stephen Hodges). Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday, May 9, at 7:00 PM, with Cher UK, Nuthatch-47, and Larry Seaman. More info at http://www.danjonesmusic.com.

Dan Jones and Matt Ronan thanks or being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

Dan Jones & The Squids includes:
Dan Jones on acoustic & electric guitars, keyboard, lead vocals;
Matt Ronan on drums, percussion & vocals;
Alex Alexander on electric guitar & vocals;
Steve Tulipana on bass & vocals.

Mat Ronan plays drums with Dan Jones & The Squids. He is also second grade teacher. He also plays drums with John Stuerke’s band, Junebug and The Porchlights.

Matt Ronan is also part of The Band That Fell To Earth and is a big part of their David Bowie Tribute Shows. Matt os also part of the band that performs at ThunderGong!

More info at http://www.danjonesmusic.com.

Dan Jones was born and raised in Liberty, MO. Dan went to The University of Iowa with a trombone scholarship and earned a degree in literature, while dabbling with creative writing and guitar.

Dan migrated to Eugene, Oregon, where he lived for 21 years and recorded a coffee shop story-song cassette with Derek Trost called “For Your Radio.” Dan played hundreds of acoustic shows in the americana and folk circuit. Eventually he transitioned to his passion of playing punk and indie-influenced rock bands followed.

Dan Jones and The Squids is a collective that over the years has had lots of members. Initially the band recorded three albums: “One Man Submarine,” “Get Sounds Now,” and “Totally Human.” Later Dan formed The Golden Motors with Dan Schmid, Jivan Valpey Scott K, and Mike Last and released one self-titled record, and one that Dan released after the band ended in 2018, “Golden Motors II.” Dan also made an EP with his friend Peter Wilde called, “My Name Is John Smith.”

As a kid Dan Jones loved classic 70’s singer-songwriters like Jackson Browne and Billy Joel, then got into into new wave and punk and all the great 80’s underground bands (SST stuff especially). Dan bought every 80’s Lou Reed tape I could at the Liberty Wal-Mart. In Iowa City, Dan discovered Neil Young, americana, college rock, and great Iowa bands like House of Large Sizes and The Hollowmen.

Dan Jones has played gigs with Mike Watt, fIREHOSE, John Doe, Curt Kirkwood, Calvin Johnson, Dinosaur Jr, Steve Wynn, The Decemberists, The Minus 5, Roy Harper, Peter Case, Stew, James McMurtry, Arthur Lee, and of course umpteen hundred local and touring bands who, on any given night, could be the greatest band on earth.

Dan Jones moved back to Kansas City in 2013 and started up The Squids again and contacted his longtime friend from his youth Steve Tulipana> Steve Tulipana called up his college friends Alex Alexander, and Matt Ronan, playing songs from my Northwest years and developing new material as well.

In Kansas City, I make my living at a gonzo hive of creatives and craftspeople called Dimensional Innovations.

11:12

13. Dan Jones and The Squids – “My Favorite Lounge”
from: We Live In A World That Is Out Of This World / DJ&tS / December 6, 2019
[Recorded at Temple Sounds in KCMO, 2018-2019. Engineered. by JB Moreland. Produced by Dan Jones and The Squids and JB Moreland. Mastered by Tom Nunes at Atomic Disc. With Dan Jones on acoustic & electric guitars, keyboard, lead vocals + drums/bass on “Love/Life”; Matt Ronan on drums, percussion, vocals; Alex Alexander on electric guitar, vocals; Steve Tulipana on bass, vocals; Joey Slab on poem and spiel on “Beach, Please”; Scot Sperry on electric slide guitar on “Love/Life”; Donna Jones on lyrics to “The Violet Man.”]

[Dan Jones and the Squids play The Brick, 1727 McGee St, KCMO, on Saturday, March 14, at 10:00 PM, with Red Kate, and The Grave Escape.]

[Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday,April 11 with Danny & Heidi, and MSSV (Mike Bagetta, Mike Watt, & Stephen Hodges).]

[Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday, May 9, at 7:00 PM, with Cher UK, Nuthatch-47, and Larry Seaman.]

11:16 – More Interview with Dan Jones and Matt Ronan

KC based musicians Dan Jones and Matt Ronan of the band join us to share music and information about Dan Jones & The Squids who released their newest album “We Live In A World That Is Out Of This World” on December 21, 2019. Dan Jones & The Squids includes Dan Jones on acoustic & electric guitars, keyboard, lead vocals; Matt Ronan on drums, percussion & vocals; Alex Alexander on electric guitar & vocals; and Steve Tulipana on bass & vocals.

Dan Jones and Matt Ronan thanks or being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

Dan Jones & The Squids spent a year and a half recording “We Live In A World That Is Out Of This World” at Temple Sound (located across the street from recordBar) with JB Moreland.

Dan Jones is also a visual artist who created the artwork for the band’s new album.

11:25

14. Dan Jones and The Squids – “The Violet Man”
from: We Live In A World That Is Out Of This World / DJ&tS / December 6, 2019
[Recorded at Temple Sounds in KCMO, 2018-2019. Engineered. by JB Moreland. Produced by Dan Jones and The Squids and JB Moreland. Mastered by Tom Nunes at Atomic Disc. With Dan Jones on acoustic & electric guitars, keyboard, lead vocals + drums/bass on “Love/Life”; Matt Ronan on drums, percussion, vocals; Alex Alexander on electric guitar, vocals; Steve Tulipana on bass, vocals; Joey Slab on poem and spiel on “Beach, Please”; Scot Sperry on electric slide guitar on “Love/Life”; Donna Jones on lyrics to “The Violet Man.”]

[Dan Jones and the Squids play The Brick, 1727 McGee St, KCMO, on Saturday, March 14, at 10:00 PM, with Red Kate, and The Grave Escape.]

[Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday,April 11 with Danny & Heidi, and MSSV (Mike Bagetta, Mike Watt, & Stephen Hodges).]

[Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday, May 9, at 7:00 PM, with Cher UK, Nuthatch-47, and Larry Seaman.]

11:28 – Underwriting

15. Kadesh Flow – “Accolades”
from: Motivated / Ryan Davis / January 31, 2020
[Executive Produced by Kadesh Flow. Mixed by Kadesh Flow. Mastered by Bill Beats. Kadesh calls this EP a “collection of tracks that I made to motivate myself. Hopefully they get you fired up as well.” Kadesh Flow is Ryan Davis is a rapper with an MBA. He is an emcee, producer, & trombonist. At age 11, he began rapping and playing trombone within two weeks of one another. His music has been featured on network television in multiple countries and territories across Southeast Asia. Kadesh performs as a solo hip hop artist. He also plays with KC funk juggernaut The Phantastics, and Marcus Lewis Big Band.]

Kadesh Flow

11:34 – Interview with Kadesh Flow

Kadesh Flow joins us to share music from his new EP, Motivated that was released January 31, 2020. Kadesh Flow is 30 year old Ryan Jamaal Davis, a rapper, trombonist, and producer. At age 11 he began rapping and playing trombone within two weeks of one another. His music has been featured on network television in multiple countries and territories across Southeast Asia. Locally, Kadesh can be found playing solo hip hop sets, playing with his Deshtet, playing trombone with The Phantastics, Playing with Jessica Paige, playing with Tiki Brawlers, or jamming with Marcus Lewis Big Band for “Brass and Boujee”. More info at http://www.kadeshflow.com

Kadesh Flow, thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

Kadesh Flow is everywhere. Opening for Janelle Monae, performing on stages at The Folly Theatre, Starlight Theatre, performing in the band with Krystle Warren, for Owen/Cox Dance Group’s “Love Songs” last fall at Polsky Theatre. Kadesh can be found playing solo hip hop sets, playing with his Deshtet, playing trombone with The Phantastics, playing with Jessica Paige, playing with Tiki Brawlers, or jamming with Marcus Lewis Big Band.

Kadesh is always working on new music. He put a version of is new song “Now” on his Patreon page and Sauce messaged him and asked to be on the track.

11:41

16. Kadesh Flow – “Now (feat. They Call Me Sauce)”
from: Motivated / Ryan Davis / January 31, 2020
[Executive Produced by Kadesh Flow. Mixed by Kadesh Flow. Mastered by Bill Beats. Kadesh calls this EP a “collection of tracks that I made to motivate myself. Hopefully they get you fired up as well.” Kadesh Flow is Ryan Davis is a rapper with an MBA. He is an emcee, producer, & trombonist. At age 11, he began rapping and playing trombone within two weeks of one another. His music has been featured on network television in multiple countries and territories across Southeast Asia. Kadesh performs as a solo hip hop artist. He also plays with KC funk juggernaut The Phantastics, and Marcus Lewis Big Band.]

11:45 – More Interview with Kadesh Flow

Kadesh Flow joins us to share music from his new EP, Motivated that was released January 31, 2020. Kadesh Flow is 30 year old Ryan Jamaal Davis, a rapper, trombonist, and producer.

Kadesh is currently working writing grants for Kansas City Community Gardens.

He is also working with Jessica Paige on her new recordings.

Kadesh Flow, thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

More info at http://www.kadeshflow.com

11:56

17. Kadesh Flow – “Do What I Said”
from: Motivated / Ryan Davis / January 31, 2020
[Executive Produced by Kadesh Flow. Mixed by Kadesh Flow. Mastered by Bill Beats. Kadesh calls this EP a “collection of tracks that I made to motivate myself. Hopefully they get you fired up as well.” Kadesh Flow is Ryan Davis is a rapper with an MBA. He is an emcee, producer, & trombonist. At age 11, he began rapping and playing trombone within two weeks of one another. His music has been featured on network television in multiple countries and territories across Southeast Asia. Kadesh performs as a solo hip hop artist. He also plays with KC funk juggernaut The Phantastics, and Marcus Lewis Big Band.]

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

Next week, on March 18 we talk with Ingrid Ingrams who shares new music. We welcome KC based musician and band leader Katy Guillen. AND, Dylan Pyles joins us live in our 90.1 FM Studios.

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:
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http://www.WednesdayMidDayMedley.org,
http://www.facebook.com/WednesdayMidDayMedleyon90.1FM

Show #828

Teri Quinn Photographed by Kelly Powell of Elements Studio Photography. Styling by Taylor Rivera

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