WMM PLAYLIST from May 10, 2023

Wednesday MidDay Medley
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning
90.1 FM KKFI – Kansas City Community Radio
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Wednesday, May 10, 2023

Shaun Crowley & The Music of Manor Fest 5

  1. “Main Title Instrumental – It’s Showtime Folks”
    from: Orig. Motion Picture Soundtrack All That Jazz / Casablanca / December 20, 1979
    [WMM’s Adopted Theme Song]

Wednesday MidDay Medley spins music from 21 artists playing Manor Fest 5 including: Ebony Tusks, Shy Boys, Paris Williams, The Creepy Jingles, Jass, True Lions, Heidi Gluck, Trevor Turla, Fritz Hutchison, The Swallowtails, Blanky, Sam Wells, The Cavves, Eggs On Mars, Kirstie Lynn & Galen Clark, Field Daze, Honeybee, Surf Wax, Abandoncy, THIMASTR, and Nightosphere. We started with Heidi Gluck

Shaun Crowley & Connor Randell of Manor Records joined us to talk about Manor Fest 5, a fundraising local music festival that consists of two weekends, Lawrence, KS. on May 19-20, and Kansas City on May 25-28, 2023, featuring 51 bands, across 17 stages, over 6 days. All profits from this fundraiser event to help Manor Records with their non-profit mission of releasing local artists’ music on physical platforms through the “Manor Records Fund”. More information at; http://www.manorrecrds.com

Shaun Crowley is a classically trained guitarist, and has studied at the University of Missouri-Kansas City Conservatory. Shaun is the co-founder of Manor Records, a music label that grew out of Manor Fest, the first festival sized “house show” Shaun and friends produced in their basement featuring 12 bands. We first met Shaun as part of the band Rev Gusto, originally formed in high school with friends at Saint James Academy.

Shaun Crowley thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

In this past several years, Manor Records, has grown to become a non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization based in the Strawberry Hill area of Kansas City, Kansas.

Also joining us is Connor Randell a new Board Member for Manor Records who is from Springfield MO and is a huge fan of music and avid concert attendee.

Connor Randell, thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

Manor Record Board

Shaun Crowley – President
Skylar Rochelle – Vice President
Kayla Jarrett – Secretary
Connor Randell – Board Member

Manor Fest 5, includes: Ebony Tusks, Shy Boys, Paris Williams, The Creepy Jingles, Fritz Hutchison, Heidi Gluck, Pure XTC, CS Luxem, Jass, The Swallowtails, The Moose, Kat King, Eggs On Mars, Teri Quinn, The Cavves, Sam Wells, Drugs & Attics, True Lions, Trevor Turla, Daniel Gum, Khrysral., Flooding, Pale Tongue, Abandoncy, R.I. Peter, Catty Cline, Supermoto, Friendly Thieves, Charlotte Bumgarner, Field Daze, Thimaster, The Distant Now, Parry, Saving Miles Lemon, Scabb, Brent Windler, Kirstie Lynn & Galen Clark, Surf Wax, Liney Blu, Dunes Day, MC Rue, Dalima Kapten, Brian Bulger, Joust, Tidal.Wav, Honeybee, Camp Childress, Dylan Pyles, Mint Fatigues, BIGFATCAT, Blanky, and Nightosphere.

Manor Records started in a basement of “The Shawnee Manor,” a DIY venue located in Shawnee, KS. The underground venue hosted numerous local acts, and some national touring acts from Glass Animals to Shy Boys. Founder Shaun Crowley created the first Manor Fest with 10 bands in one night, then grew to a two night event featuring 20 local bands. After years passed and a community was built, it was time for the boys to move out of the deteriorating house.

In October of 2017, Shaun and company officially launched Manor Records. A DIY record label based on the foundation of their infamous Shawnee Manor. Manor Records is a label that takes no profits from their artists, is hands-on, and self-run, with intentions of good music from good people. They began by hosting showcases featuring local and regional bands in addition to putting out cassette releases.

In the summer of 2019, after growing as a label for two years, Manor Records decided to bring back the idea of Manor Fest. Manor Fest 3 came to Kansas City with 33 bands spread across three nights in different regions of the city. We hosted showcases in traditional & non-traditional venues and featured up & coming locals such as bigfatcat and regional favorites such as Paul Cherry. After successfully putting on our first large sized festival, we realized that it was an event that helped promote and propel local artists to larger platforms. There was a need to bring it as a regular event for the Kansas City music scene to look forward to every summer. .

Alongside the festival, Manor Records has been actively providing booking, tour management, cassette releases, blog premieres/reviews, marketing and promotion services for indie acts all over the Mid-west area.

Manor Fest 5 is progressive, with staggered sets throughout the nights of two weekends, one in Lawrence & one in Kansas City, featuring 54 bands, across 17 stages, over 6 days.

Weekend One – Lawrence – Bands, 6 Stages, 2 nights

Friday, May 19, 2023

5:00 PM – Replay Lounge Patio, 946 Mass., Lawrence, KS

Pure XTC
CS Luxem
Heidi Gluck

7:00 PM – Lucia, 1016 Massachusetts, Lawrence , KS

The Distant Now
The Moose
The Creepy Jingles

10:00 PM – Replay Lounge, (Inside) 946 Mass., Lawrence, KS

Saving Miles Lemon
Eggs On Mars


  1. Heidi Lynne Gluck – “Sadness is Psychedelic”
    from: Pony Show / Lotuspool Records / August 26, 2016
    [Lawrence, Kansas based Heidi Lynne Gluck is a songwriter, singer and multi-instrumentalist originally from the middle of Canada. After transplanting herself from the plains of Manitoba to the midwestern United States, Heidi quickly became an in-demand player, performing on stage and in the studio both as a solo artist and with renowned musicians including Juliana Hatfield & Some Girls, Margot & The Nuclear So and Sos, Lily & Madeleine, The Pieces, The Only Children, and others. Heidi Lynne Gluck joined us live on WMM on June 8, and August 24, 2016. PONY SHOW was the follow-up to her critically acclaimed release THE ONLY GIRL IN THE ROOM. Heidi Lynne Gluck released the 8th edition of the Too Much Rock, limited edition, 7” vinyl Single Series on August 3, 2018, featuring her original song, “Party Line.” and the B-side, “Good Guys and Bad Guys” a new version of Camper Van Beethoven song. Heidi Lynne Gluck also plays with the band the Roseline and was a featured vocalist on “Beauty in the Distance” with Asterales. Heidi recently released two new singles with Tom Brosseau, “Sunflower” on Dec. 15, 2022, and “Under African Skies” on Feb. 17, 2023.]

[Heidi Lynne Gluck plays Manor Fest 5, in Lawrence on Friday, May 19, at 5:00 PM at Replay Lounge Patio, 946 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, KS., with Pure XTC, and CS Luxem]


  1. The Creepy Jingles – “Nicotine Mom”
    from: TAKE ME AY MY WORDPLAY / High Dive Records / March 25, 2022
    [From band’s 11-track, full-length debut, TAKE ME AT MY WORD PLAY. The Creepy Jingles are a Kansas City based, 4-piece rock and roll band that both honors and defies convention. Led by singer / song-writer Jocelyn Olivia Nixon, a transgender wordsmith who charms with razor wit and dazzles with her lyrical acrobatics. Nick Robertson on drums, Travis McKenzie on guitar, and Andrew Woody on bass guitar bring first class musicianship and creativity, helping Nixon paint the perfect picture of colors and sounds that don’t stay in the lines. Their new album, “Take Me at My Wordplay” is an eclectic blend of catchy Brit-Pop melodies that dance around the landscape of surf, NY garage rock, psychedelia and folk music. Paired up with lyrics centering on themes of identity, strained relationships, social media madness, meme magic, pandemic paranoia, paid off political pundits, backyard bullies and barking up the wrong tree. Everything and the kitchen sink or swim. No stoner left unturned. The Creepy Jingles released their Debut EP on High Dive Records on May 3, 2019. The release was in the top ten of WMM’s 119 Best Recordings of 2019. ] The Creepy Jingles released their Debut EP on High Dive Records on May 3, 2019.]

[The Creepy Jingles play Manor Fest 5 in Lawrence on Friday, May 19, at Lucia, 1016 Massachusetts, Lawrence , KS at 7:00 PM with The Dfistant Now, and The Moose]

  1. Eggs On Mars – “No Problem”
    from: Warm Breakfast / Eggs On Mars / March 21, 2023
    [Eggs on Mars, a four-piece soft psych pop band from KCMO. Brad Smith on guitar/lead vocals/keys; Mason Potter on drums/percussion/backing vocals; Doug Bybee on bass/keys/backing vocals; and Joel Stratton on keys/backing vocals; with Austin Smith on additional guitars; Sam Smith on backing vocals; and Rodd Fenton on backing vocals/hand claps. Recorded/Engineered/Mixed by Rodd Fenton. Mastered by Josh Johnson. Recorded 2023 at Solstice Audio. Cover painting by Shannon Brouk. Photography and album layout by Doug Bybee. More info at: http://www.eggsonmars.bandcamp.com]

[Eggs On Mars play Manor Fest 5 in Lawrence on Friday, May 19, at 10;00 PM at Replay Lounge, 946 Massachusetts St., Lawrence, KS with Parry, Saving Miles Lemon, and Scabb.]

Eggs On Mars Discography

Welcome to our Family – August 25, 2014
10-track album
Recorded Summer 2014 at Potter Underground Studios
Guitars/Lead Vocals-Brad Smith
Bass/Other Vocals-Justin Longmeyer
Drums-Mason Potter

Spacey Stacy – September 4, 2015
8-track album
Recording/Mixing/Mastering/Pancakes-Doug Bybee
Recorded August 2015 at Sound + Vision Studios of the Lawrence Public Library
Cover photo taken by Mason Potter
Guitars/Vocals – Brad Smith
Bass – Justin Longmeyer
Drums – Mason Potter

On Hold, Hold On – October 7, 2016
5-track EP
Album art by Anna Smith
Recorded/Mixed/Mastered by Justin Longmeyer
Guitars/Vocals/Keys – Brad Smith
Bass – Justin Longmeyer
Drums – Mason Potter

In A Desert Place – March 15, 2018
10-track album
Recorded/Mixed/Mastered by Justin Longmeyer
Recorded at 2319
Guitars/Vocals – Brad Smith
Bass/Vocals/Guitar solo – Justin Longmeyer
Drums – Mason Potter

Mama Pancake – November 9, 2018
10-track album
Recorded/mixed/mastered by Rodd Fenton
Recorded May through September of 2018 at 2319
Artwork by Julie Smith
Brad Smith – guitars/vocals/keys
Justin Longmeyer – bass
Mason Potter – drums/percussion

It Will Be Like It Was – October 4, 2019
10-track album
Recorded/Mixed/Mastered by Rodd Fenton
Recorded summer of 2019 at Bread Basket Music Studios
Guitars/Vocals/Keys – Brad Smith
Bass – Justin Longmeyer
Drums – Mason Potter

Brighter Now – June 25, 2021
7-track EP
Recorded / mixed / mastered by Rodd Fenton
Recorded in the fall of 2020 at Solstice Audio
Cover painting by Jesse Bartmess
Brad Smith – Vocals, guitar
Mason Potter – Drums, backing vocals, self-sacrificial tambourine
Bennie Neselroad – Keys, backing vocals,
Doug Bybee – Bass, backing vocals

Warm Breakfast – March 21, 2023
10-track album
Recorded/Engineered/Mixed by Rodd Fenton
Mastered by Josh Johnson.
Recorded 2023 at Solstice Audio.
Cover painting by Shannon Brouk
Brad Smith – guitar/lead vocals/keys
Mason Potter – drums/percussion/backing vocals
Doug Bybee – bass/keys/backing vocals;
Joel Stratton – keys/backing vocals;
Austin Smith – additional guitars
Sam Smith – backing vocals
Rodd Fenton – backing vocals/hand claps.

Weekend One, Night Two – Saturday, May 20, 2023

5:00 PM – Gaslight Gardens, 317 North 2nd St., Lawrence, KS (21 & up)
[Sponsored by Heartland Song Network]

Teri Quinn
Brent Windler
Kirstie Lynn & Galen Clark

7:00 PM – White School House, 1510 N. 3rd St., Lawrence, KS

Surf Wax
Liney Blu
Ebony Tusks

10:00 PM – Eight Street Tap Room, 801 New Hampshire St., Lawrence, KS

Dunes Day
Pale Tongue


  1. Kirstie Lynn & Galen Clark – “Caffeine”
    from: Cindergarden (A Sides) / Lost River Sound / May 22, 2022
    [Kirstie Lynn is a classically trained soprano with a passion for songwriting, always looking to marry poetry and melody. Though Kirstie’s voice has been compared to that of Joni Mitchell and Joan Baez, her sound is uniquely her own. Kirstie Lynn is a folk singer-songwriter originally from the fingerlakes region of upstate, NY. She began her professional music studies at the age of 15, and has since received both a Bachelor’s degree from Shenandoah University and a Master’s degree from Carnegie Mellon University in voice and opera performance. Her vocal training lends her the freedom to paint her nature inspired lyrics with a wide range and a beautiful and effortless sound. Kirstie Lynn is one half of the duo Kirstie Lynn and Galen Clark. // Galen Clark introduces an alternative perspective and approach to music that contains multitudes. Migratory melodies, multi-instrumental fluency, and mysterious texture all outline the stylings of the newly transplanted Cuyahoga Valley songwriter, producer, and musician. // Born into an Air Force family, Clark grew up in many places with family anchors in Vermont and Colorado. At the age of 9 following many failed piano lessons, Clark’s grandparents gifted him a Harmony parlor guitar from a Shelburne flea market, starting a journey that would span almost 2 decades of stylistic development, a plethora of ephemeral bands, a degree in music production and recording technology, and a refined take on songwriting. .. Sharing songs spanning the stoic mountains of Idaho’s lost river range to the ancient hum of the Shenandoah Valley, Galen draws upon energy strewn between varied time and place, a broader quest for belonging, and rejuvenation beyond the front door. Clark’s previous records, Providence (2018) and The Well (2020) offer a contemplative portrait of moods in natural ambiguity, collective consciousness, and introspection. His most recent collaboration with Kansas City – based artist, Kirstie Lynn is a reckoning that is to be heard live and will transport you elsewhere if not in mind than in spirit.]

[Kirstie Lynn & Galen Clark play Manor Fest 5 in Lawrence on Saturday, May 20, at 5:00 PM at Gaslight Gardens, 317 North 2nd St., Lawrence, KS., with Teri Quinn, and Forest Porridge. Sponsored by Heartland Song Network]

  1. Surf Wax – “Crush”
    from: “Crush” – Single / Neurotic Yell / July 16, 2020
    [Surf Wax is an independent surf pop artist originally from springfield, mo. the project is the brainchild of songwriter, cooper kelley, who writes and records from his home in kansas city. after the release of 2 extended plays (The Basement; Dog Days), and an album (Tropic) in 2019, kelley formed a live group for the project and played shows around the midwest. during that time, he worked with Mackenzie Ballew (bass), Kevin Underwood (guitar), and his father Bart Kelley (drums). after getting his performing legs underneath him, kelley spent 2020 writing his second album (yacht club) and completing a move from Springfield, Missouri to Kansas City, Missouri. most recently, he has released his third album HERMES which is available to stream on all platforms]

[Surf Wax play Manor Fest 5 in Lawrence on Saturday, May 20, at 7:00 PM at White School House at 1510 N. 3rd St., Lawrence, KS with Liney Blue and Ebony Tusks]

10:25 – Underwriting

  1. Ebony Tusks – “Bloodletting (Radio edit)”
    from: Heal Thyself / High Dive Records / November 6, 2020
    [All songs written and performed by Ebony Tusks unless otherwise noted. // All Songs engineered and mixed by George Henry Valyer IV at Rundown Studios in Topeka, Kansas and MalaMUTE Studios in East Lawrence, Kansas. Assistance provided by Nico Williams and Claire Kuner. // Conny Franko’s vocals on “You Runner” engineered by Keith Rodger and Rick Carson at Make Believe Studios in Omaha, Nebraska. // IK’s vocals on “Gang Signs” engineered by Derek Montgomery. // Stik Figa’s vocals on “Hell Above Or Here Below” engineered by Sean Patrick at Twelves Studios in Forth Worth, Texas. // Cello on “Heir Apparent” written and performed by Brail Watson. Rhodes and Moog on “Heir Apparent” written and performed by Daniel Bowersox. // All Songs mastered by Mike Nolte at Eureka Mastering in Portland, Oregon. // Album cover art by Justin Bergin. Album cover photography by Rachel Lock. Album layout by Martinez Hillard. // Album insert photography by Ailecia Ruscin and LeRoy Pristach. // Ebony Tusks is Daniel Smith on DJ & Production, Geese Giesecke on vocals & Production, and Marty Hillard on vocals & Production. Martinez Hillard told Vivid Seats: “ I began EBONY TUSKS in 2009 after a difficult period that summer. I was living in the student ghetto near the University of Kansas in Lawrence. It was an eerily calm Friday night and I didn’t have any plans after work so I crashed. I woke up shortly after 9:00 pm because my door was being kicked in. I was beaten and robbed at gunpoint. Thankfully, two of my neighbors were close friends and called the police immediately. I had nightmares for years afterward that included many symbols I’ve come to associate with various religious practices. I also began writing raps for the first time in over a decade. I was working with a couple producers and we had our first show at a house venue called Pizza Power in October 2010. Both Daniel and Geese came into the fold within a couple years of that show.” Daniel Smith lives in Lawrence, Kansas. He was born in Berkeley California. He moved to Lawrence when he was a child. Hs father is a Professor at The University of Kansas. Daniel works the United Way of Douglass County. He helps to provide after school job-training programs for under-served youth. Nathan “Geese” Giesecke grew up in Olathe but now lives and works in Kansas City, MO. He was friends with Calvin Arsenia in High School. Geese works as a producer as GEESACE. He makes beats and you can find his music at http://soundcloud.com/geesace Nathan is also a lighting designer who jumped on stage to do back up vocals for Marty and ended up being in the band. Martinez Hillard is the main vocalist and lyricist for EBONY TUSKS. He raps under the moniker Bodye, (pronounced “body”). He also produces beats. Martinez lives in the Old Town neighborhood in downtown Topeka with wife and 5 year old daughter. Martinez was part of the super group Cowboy Indian Bear. Martinez was recently elected to serve as a board member for Friends of the Library for Topeka & Shawnee County Public Library. As Marty told Johnson County Library, in a piece published April 27, 2018: “ It was a project I started with other producers back in 2010. I asked Daniel to DJ for me sometime in 2011-2012 and Geese joined not too far behind him. Daniel and I had become fast friends when I lived in Lawrence and he was the nicest, most easygoing DJ of the handful I knew. He made our shows a lot less stressful. Geese was and is a lighting technician for a number of our friends’ projects and that was how I made acquaintance with him, seeing him work for a band and asking if he’d do lights for an EBONY TUSKS concert. He eventually asked if he could be hypeman for us and he brought an new intensity.” EBONY TUSKS have been a band for over 11 years making hip hop in the Lawrence scene that includes Approach, Stik Figa, Heartfelt Anarchy, and Archetype are just a small fraction. With that said, the three of us are always having conversations about how other genres influence us personally. Post-rock, post-hardcore, industrial, indie rock, and electronic all factor in. Our tastes evolve naturally and we follow accordingly. Since the three members of EBONY TUSKS live in three separate cities: Kansas City, Lawrence and Topeka early on, they created a Dropbox folder to share demos with one another. And as they told Vivid Seat: “It also gave us a bit of language to use in building sounds independent of one another.” More info at: http://www.highdiverecords.com Members of Ebony Tusks joined us LIVE on WMM on February 19, and October 7, 2020.]

[Ebony Tusks play Manor Fest 5 in Lawrence on Saturday, May 20, at 7:00 PM at White School House at 1510 N. 3rd St., Lawrence, KS with Liney Blue and Surf Wax]

  1. Abandoncy – “Your Condition”
    from: 3 – Way Split with Flooding & Nightosphere / Abandoncy / February 24, 2023
    [Damian Fisher on lead guitar and vocals, Morgan Greenwood on Drums, Lincoln Peterson on bass. Recorded and mixed by Morgan Reed Greenwood. Mastered by Jonathan Nunez at Sound Artillery Studios. art by Melvin Mauch. // Aaron Rhodes in Shuttlecock Music Magazine issue 6. wrote: When Abandoncy first convened, Fisher said that the style of drummer Morgan Greenwood took some adjusting to, with its many accents and unorthodox “divisions.” Though the band plays its share of rapturous noise rock parts, many songs are more ornate than those of their contemporaries. Bassist Lincoln Peterson, in wanting to avoid overdoing it with heavy parts, wrote strategically. “I was like, if [Damian] is covering the low end, I don’t wanna be redundant, so I’d do the high end unless it was a breakdown part,” Peterson says. “In the beginning, we played our instruments opposite than the way we should. I’m gonna make this guitar sound like a bass and this bass sound like a guitar,” Fisher jokes. He says that they’ve now found a middle ground where their transitions are more “cohesively wonky.”// Fisher is currently in a PhD program at UMKC, so the songs on the band’s new LP, Pastel Anguish, freely reference philosophy and literature. He says one of the main influences in his lyric writing for the new album was the weight of the pandemic and how it impacted the health and wellbeing of his family and friends. A young cousin of his lost his life recently in part, he believes, to COVID complications.// More info at: http://www.Abandoncy.Bandcamp.com.]

[Abandoncy play Manor Fest 5 in Lawrence on Saturday, May 20, at 10:00 PM at Eighth Street Taproom, 801 New Hampshire St., Lawrence, KS with Dunes Day, and Pale Tongue.]

Weekend Two – Night One – Kansas City – Thursday, May 25

5:00 – Mean Mule, 1733 Locust St. KCMO – East Crossroads

R.I. Peter
MC Rue
Trevor Turner

7:00 PM – Big Mood, 2020 Baltimore, KCMO – East Crossroads

Dalima Kapten
The Swallowtails


  1. Trevor Turla – “Let Go”
    from: “And We Continue” / Trevor Turla / April 21, 2022
    [Debut EP from Trevor Turla. Trevor Turla composed all of the music on this EP that included Trevor Turla on trombone, Daniel Dissmore on trumpet, Aryana Nemati on saxophone, Fritz Hutchison on guitar & banjo, Miki P on guitar & vocals, John O’Keefe on bass, Nik Douglas on drums, Carmen Dieker on fiddle, Jake Keegan on dobro, and Chris Hazelton on organ. “Let Go” was the second single released on February 17, 2022. We first played Trevor Turla on WMM on July 29, 2020. His track “Busted” was released on a compilation titled KANSAS CITY SYZYGY that featured over 25 Kansas City-based musicians who came together to create a compilation of music created during the shutdown of the world in the Spring of 2020. // Originally from Wichita, Kansas, Trevor Turla is now lives in Kansas City. Trevor defines himself as a musician. He started playing his first instrument, the bagpipes, at the age of 8 and hasn’t stopped the pursuit of music since. He received his Bachelor’s in Jazz Studies for trombone from the UMKC Conservatory of Music. Trevor now creates music full time by playing, recording, and holding clinics around the United States. Trevor plays & sings in numerous bands, including Jake Wells, Grand Marquis, Miki P, Fritz Hutchison, & LA Jones. He was also the founder, lead singer & trombonist for the band Sulu Moon. Info at http://www.trevorturla.com.]

    [Trevor Turla plays Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Thursday, May 25, at 5:00 PM at Mean Mule, 1733 Locust St. KCMO – East Crossroads with R.I. Peter, and MC Rue.]
  1. Jass – “Lifetime”
    from: “Liftetime” – Single / JASS / January 6, 2023
    [Jass is Jasmine “Jass” Couch. Jass and The Boys released the single “Love U Like I Love U” on December 2, 2022. Jass released the EP, OFF KEY: TOO HIGH on September 23, 2022. Jass released the single “Higher Ground” on August 16, 2022. It was #1 on WMM’s 50 Favorite Singles of 2022. Jass released her single, “Him” on February 23, 2022. Jass released At the Close of a Decade on November 26, 2022. It was part of WMM’s 121 Best Recordings of 2021. She wrote, “After years of writing and recording in voice memos .. I decided to grab my iPad and began recording something that I am very proud of. I named it, At the Close of A Decade, and released it in November 2019. With my iPhone/iPad, some apple headphones, I created this project. The amazing people around me told me it was worth it, even when I didn’t believe it myself. I convinced myself I would be the only one that liked my songs. If you decide to listen you’ll hear sound clips of shows and movies that made a difference in the way I saw the world, the way I saw myself, and the way I overcame my experiences. I remember asking my grandma and my son if I should release what I’ve been writing and they both said very simply to do it, so I’ve done it. I want to thank all of my wonderful friends who have been my soundboards during this process, all of the people that have asked me when it’s coming, the people that have kept me accountable, and believed that this time it was for real. My story is so very triumphant and beautiful because I have overcome experiences and shunned the fear I had to do what I love. It’s crazy how you can talk your way out of some amazing things and also how you can talk yourself into making some amazing things happen. If you partake, I hope you enjoy.” // Jass has opened for Thundercat sat GRINDERS, headlined a show at The Bottleneck in Lawrence with my boys! (Colby Bales and Brande Moser), and she opened up for The New Respects at The Uptown, and sang the Negro National Anthem at BLAQUE to School Night at the KC Monarchs game.More info at: http://www.jassrcouch.com]

[Jass plays plays Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Thursday, May 25, at 7:00 PM at Big Mood, 2020 Baltimore, KCMO – East Crossroads with Dalima Kapten, and The Swallowtails.]

  1. The Swallowtails – “Take It Slow”
    from: “Take It Slow” – Single / Miki P / May 8, 2022
    [Another single from The Swallowtails upcoming 7-track EP, THE WORLD STILL SPINS expeced May 22, 2023. Rachel Lovelace on bassoon, Adee Dancy on cello & vocals, and Miki P on guitar & lead vocals. 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 is a self-taught musician/multi-instrumentalist & songwriter driving the Swallowtails into a creative collaboration like any other. Miki P was born in Kansas City, KS. 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. Miki P performed “She Loves You” at her 7th grade talent show. In 9th grade she joined a teen-band called American Slim as drummer & vocalist, and she wrote songs for their full-length album Irreplaceable released in 2017, followed by a single “Queen of Hearts” released April 11, 2018. played Middle of the Map Fest, Crossroads Music Fest, Kauffman Stadium, Arrowhead Stadium, and The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art before officially ending in 2018. As a teen she played drums for various groups including American Slim. At 21, Miki P began work on her debut solo-record, DOME OD SWALLOWS, that was released August 2, 2018. She then formed Miki P and the Swallowtails who released their first EP, Swallowtail in 2019, In 2021 Miki P released the 6-song EP, DON”T LOSE HOPE, created in covid isolation, in Miki P’s home space. Sitting & working from Miki’s computer, she composed and recorded 80% of the EP, working through the music like a journal entry, creating each song from her internal hurricane of emotions. All songs written, recorded, played, & mixed by Miki P. Recorded & Mixed with Emma Klien & Jake Hilger. Mastered by Joel Nanos. Miki P released her single “Your Love” on June 24, 2022. Miki P’s released the single “Peter Parker!” on March 18, 2022. // Miki P & The Swallowtails released the single, “Who’s Gonna Be There” on March 30, 2022. More info at: http://www.mikipmusic.com]

[The Swallowtails play Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Thursday, May 25, at 7:00 PM at Big Mood, 2020 Baltimore, KCMO – East Crossroads with Dalima Kapten, and Jass.]

Weekend Two – Night Two – Kansas City – Friday, May 26

5:00 PM – Flagship Books, 600 Ohio Ave., KCK – Strawberry Hill

Brian Bulger
Sam Wells

7:00 PM – Hillsiders, 403 N. 5th St. KCK – Strawberry Hill

Camp Childress
Catty Cline
Field Daze

10:00 PM – The Easy Inn, 322 6th Street, KCK, Strawberry Hill

The Cavves
Drugs & Attics

11:00 – Station ID

  1. Sam Wells – “Dear Black People”
    from: Black Lives Matter Compilation / French Exit Records / July 6, 2020
    [The Black Lives Matter Compilation captured tracks from 22 acts from the area. On WMM we featured tracks from: Blackstarkids, Daniel Gum, Crystal Rose, UpKeep, Bream, Heavy Surface, Palace Intrigue, Self Harmony, and Sam Wells. All proceeds donated to One Struggle KC’s Liberation Fund, a Black-led coalition of KC activists seeking to connect the struggles of oppressed communities, locally & globally. French Exit Records launched two years ago and is an independent music label based out of Kansas City, Missouri founded by Brad Girard. French Exit Records has released albums for No Magic and Raymond, and has organized live events. The Black Lives Matter Compilation is available on French Exit Record’s Bandcamp page: http://www.frenchexitrecords.bandcamp.com.] [On April 21, 2020, Sam Wells released her single “Sugar” produced at the Lawrence Kansas Public Library recording studio. It was only a decade ago, Sam Wells sat in her bedroom learning the Corrine Bailey Ray classic “Put Your Records On”. This was all it took to ignite a lifetime love affair with music. Now based in Lawrence KS, the singer-songwriter brings her Folk-Americana sound to the greater Kansas City area. With her smooth and sultry voice and the warm tones of a baritone ukulele, she shares stories of love, loss and everything in between. Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Sam Wells is now based in Lawrence, Kansas where she is bringing her music to the greater Kansas City area, in many venues, and now in live stream shows. Folk Americana singer and songwriter Sam Wells joins us to talk about her first two singles, “Lesson Learned” (her debut) and “Sugar” (her latest) that is “full of energy and funk.” // Sam Wells released her debut EP, FOR THE DEFLATED on French Exit Records on December 31, 2020. Sam Wells is a Kansas City, based singer songwriter who has shared stages with Betsy Phillips, Kelly Hunt, Andrew Ryan, The Zack Pietrini Band, and The Phantastics. She was featured as a composer and performer in the Kansas City Repertory Theater production of “Ghost Light” performed on the lawn of The Nelson Atkin Museum of Art in October, 2020. Sam has also performed in Troostival (2020), Kansas City Porchfest (2019) and Jamdemic. // Sam Wells recenlty released the single You Better Run” as part of the band Friendly Thieves on October 28, 2022. The five-piece alt-funk band, Friendly Thieves play Manor Fest on Saturday, May 27 at 10:00 PM at The Ship. More info at: http://www.whoissamwells.com. Sam Wells was on WMM on May 13, 2020.]

[Sam Wells plays Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Friday, May 26, at 5:00 PM, at Flagship Books, 600 Ohio Ave., KCK, Strawberry Hill with Brian Bulger, and Honeybee.]


  1. Honeybee – “I Know What Love Is”
    from: “I Know What Love Is” – Single / Honeybee / January 27, 2023
    [Honeybee is the Solo Project of Singer/Songwriter Makayla Scott. Makayla Scott also plays with the band Blue False Indigo. Makayla Scott studied music at Drury University graduating in 2017.

[Honeybee plays Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Friday, May 26, at 5:00 PM, at Flagship Books, 600 Ohio Ave., KCK, Strawberry Hill with Brian Bulger, and Sam Wells.]


  1. Field Daze – “Cigarettes on The Beach”
    from: “Cigarettes On The Beach” – Single / Solstice Audio / April 8, 2022
    [Dream Pop. Field Daze is an enigmatic quintet hailing from Kansas City, MO. Since 2021 the band has been concocting their own unique amalgam of dreampop, shoegaze, psych pop, and enfusing it with the energy of 90’s alt rock. Dan Camino (vocals/rhythm guitar), Rodd Fenton (lead guitar), Brad Smith (bass/vocals), Tracer Cauy (drums), and Kyer Lasswell (keyboardist/all around great guy) fill the stage both physically and sonically with their catchy, vibey tunes that you’ll find stuck in your head hours later. // They burst onto the local music scene with an electrifying debut performance at KJHK’s 2022 Farmer’s Ball, quickly followed by a slot in Manor Fest 4, and they are slated to support San Diego’s Ten Bulls this November at The Rino. They have a half a dozen singles with plenty more to come. More info at: http://www.fielddaze.bandcamp.com]

[Field Daze play Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Friday, May 26, at 7:00 PM , at Hillsiders, 403 N. 5th St. KCK – Strawberry Hill with Camp Childress, and Catty Cline.]

  1. Thighmaster – “Dick Simmons”
    from: Between The Knees And Squeeze / High Dive Records / January 10, 2020
    [Thighmaster recently changed their name to THIMASTR. THIMASTR is a Lawrence, Kansas based band formed by Maxfield Yoder (formerly of the bands: Dean Monkey & the Dropouts, Plains) on guitar & vocals, Max Lock on vocals, Max Smith on tambourine & vocals, Esteban Gomez –on bass, Jennifer Graham on drums, and Jake Little on guitar. The band is resurrecting the song-writing demons that have long haunted Mayfield Yoder. THIMASTR truly is garage pop for cool grandparents. Now you too can have shapely thighs in minutes a day. Tracked, Mixed and Mastered by Ross Williams and written by THIMASTR.]

[THIMASTR play Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Friday, May 26, at 10:00 PM at The Easy Inn, 322 6th Street, KCK, Strawberry Hill with The Cavves, and Drugs & Attics.]

  1. The Cavves – “Hollywood”
    from: “Hollywood” – Single / The Caves / March 2, 2023
    [Comprised of Sophie Emerson on vocals & guitar, Matt Clara Bennett on vocals & Guitar, Jackson Ralph on drums, and Cale Gubitz on bass. The Cavves area No Coast, landlocked indie surf rock that hails out of Wichita, KS. The Caves released the 7-track EP, LEARN TO SWIM on December 9, 2017. // The Caves released the single “Get By” on January 12, 2018. // The Cavves released the 8-track EP, VENTURE OUT on April 12, 2019. // On March 2, 2023 The Cavves released the single “Hollywood”. // On April 20, 2023 The Cavves released the single, “Guest Bedroom.” More info at: http://www.thecavvesuck.bandcamp.com]

    [The Cavves play Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Friday, May 26, at 10:00 PM at The Easy Inn, 322 6th Street, KCK, Strawberry Hill with THIMASTR, and Drugs & Attics.]

11:20 – Underwriting

Weekend Two – Night Three – Kansas City – Saturday, May 27

3:00 PM – Blip Roasters, 1301 Woodswether Rd., KCMO, West Bottoms

Paris Williams
Dylan Pyles

5:00 PM – 9th & State, 1717 West 9th St., KCMO, West Bottoms

Mint Fatigues
True Lions
Daniel Gum

7:00 PM – Black Box Theatre 1060 Union Ave, KCMO, West Bottoms

Kat King
Shy Boys

10:00 PM – The Ship, 1221 Union Ave. KCMO, WEST BOTTOMS

Friendly Thieves
Fritz Hutchison


  1. Paris Williams – “LONDON, TOKYO (feat. Sam Wells)” (radio edit)
    from: REBEL HEART / Bitter Sweet Sound / January 31, 2023
    [Paris Williams is a 24-year old artist from Muskegon, Michigan in the midst of redefining the bedroom pop label. Employing his own sound that he’s dubbed, “bittersweet,” Williams never shuts away from his DIY aesthetic – producing his own work to maintain full creative flexibility. Premiering in December of 2019 with his debut album, DROP DEAD GORGEOUS, Paris is a believer in hitting the ground running and then just never letting off the gas. This mentality was shaped by the inspiration he’s pulled from other famously out-of-the-box artists: such as Kanye West, Pharrell, and Toro y Moi. // Fueled by the multi-faceted artists, Williams believes heavily in pulling from all creative mediums as a way to add layers and texture to his music. This approach has led to Williams seeing support from larger than life musical pillars, like Iggy Pop himself – who showed love to Williams’ song of the same name by spinning it on his BBC radio show in 2018. Williams reshapes the musical landscape around him as his burgeoning career continues to solidify its own form more and more each day by bringing in a breath of fresh air with him everywhere since he wrote his first bars in elementary school. Paris Williams previously released the single, “Hopscotch” on June 21, 2022. He released,“Chunky”on April 20, 2022. He released the single, “Sunsets & Solariums (feat. Bloom Allen)” on October 21, 2021 through Bittersweet Sounds. More info at: allmylinks.com/popstarparis]

[Paris Williams plays Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Saturday, May 27, at 3:00 PM at Blip Roasters, 1301 Woodswether Rd., KCMO, West Bottoms with Tidal.Wav and Dylan Lyles.]

  1. True Lions – “Fake Tears”
    from: True Lions / Fritz Hutchison Split Cassette / Manor Records / April 26, 2023
    [“Fake Tears” was first single from the True Lions / Fritz Hutchison Split Cassette. Alison Hawkins – vocals, guitar (4,5), synth (2), strings (1), chords, melodies & structures // Fritz Hutchison – guitars, percussion, vocals (2,4), synth (3) // Eli Kosko – drums, percussion // Carly Atwood – bass // Teri Quinn – clarinet (5) // Cam Seip – trumpet (4) // Daniel Cox – flute (3) // All True Lions lyrics were adapted from the following works of poetry: // “Crowded Vacant” by Andrew Squitiro From My Year With the Devil, published by Gaggle Books, New Orleans (2021) // “Cigarette Girl” by Eileen Myles From Sorry, Tree, published by Wave Books, Seattle (2007) // “The Fake Tears of Shirley Temple” by Patricia Lockwood From Motherland Fatherland Homelandsexuals, published by Penguin Books, New York (2014) // “Love Song” by T.S. Leonard From Reverse Cowboy + Other Poems, published by the New Emotionalist Press, Portland (2020) // “bday poem / grateful 2 b alive with u” by Delia Rainey// From Delia Writes Everyday, published by @deliawriteseveryday on May 23, 2020. True Lions released their debut full length album, “The Fempire Strikes Back,” on Manor Records on April 9, 2021 with Alisön Hawkins on keytar & vocals; Adee Rocket Dancy on cello & vocals; Claire Adams on guitar, Elizabeth Kosko on drums & percussion; Iona DeWalt on synthesizers; Miki P on guitar & vocals, and Teri Quinn on bass & vocals. Recorded at Deep Space Co-op. Tracking & engineering by Ross Brown at Escape Pod Audio. Mixing and mastering by Joel Nanos at Element Recording. In 2019 True Lions released their EP debut, “Cute at Best,” on February 5, 2019. They followed up with a second EP called. You’re Not Invited, released on November 9, 2019. For these recordings True Lions was: Alison Hawkins on guitar, synth, and vocals; Elizabeth Kosko on percussion, vocals; Mikala Petillo on bass, vocals; Claire Adams on guitar, vocals; Leslie Butsch on saxophone, Ezgi Karakus on cello; and Teri Quinn on vocals. All songs written by True Lions and produced by Claire Adams and Alison Hawkins. Tracking & Engineering by Claire Adams. Mixing and Mastering by Ian Dobyns and Chase Horseman. More info at: http://www.manorrecords.com .]

[True Lions play Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Saturday, May 27, at 5:00 PM at 9th & State, 1717 West 9th St., KCMO, West Bottoms with Mint Fatigues, and Daniel Gum.]

  1. Shy Boys – “In Gloves”
    from: Talk Loud / Polyvinyl Record Co. / September 25, 2020
    [3rd album from Shy Boys. Shy Boys are brothers Collin Rausch & Kyle Rausch, Konnor Ervin, Kyle Little and Ross Brown. Collin & Kyle come from a family of musicians. Their cousin is Kasey Rausch, their father Kent Rausch is a jazz musician and was the music teacher and band director at their High School. Their mother was a choir director. Their father was from a family of 7 brothers (Greg, Terry, Brad), many who are musicians and recording artists, including their Grandfather Dean Rausch. Kyle Rausch and Konnor Ervin were band mates in The ACBs. Collin had been playing for years in the KC area including The Abracadabras, and The I’ms with Kyle. The three shared a love for 1960s era pop rock and soon started writing their own music. In 2014 they released the self-titled Shy Boys on High Dive Records. In June 2014, the band recorded and released two more singles and one of them, “Life Is Peachy,” was featured on Stereogum. Musician Kyle Little and Ross Brown (of Fullbloods) joined Shy Boys to make the band a 5-piece. On April 4th, 2018, it was announced that Shy Boys had signed to Polyvinyl Recording Co. an independent record label based in Champaign, Illinois and home to the band STRFKR, Xiu Xiu, The Get Up Kids, of Montreal, and others. Shy Boys released their Polyvinyl debut album, the autobiographical, Bell House, on August. 3, 2018. They immediately went out on an extended national tour. On February 15, 2019, Shy Boys released their singles, “Dim The Light” and “Brick By Brick” signaling new sounds from the band. Collin Rausch, Kyle Rausch and Ross Brown joined us live on WMM on November 11, 2020.]

[Shy Boys play Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Saturday, May 27, at 5:00 PM at the Black Box Theatre 1060 Union Ave, KCMO, West Bottoms, with Supermoto, and Kat King.]


  1. Fritz Hutchison – “Little Referee”
    from: True Lions / Fritz Hutchison Split Cassette / Manor Records / April 26, 2023
    [“Little Referee”was the first single from the True Lions / Fritz Hutchison Split Cassette.Fritz Hutchison – songs & instruments, singing & talking // Marco Pascolini – pedal steel // Alison Hawkins – fiddle (6,7) // Trevor Turla – trombone (8) // Produced by Fritz Hutchison & Alison Hawkins // Recorded & mixed by Fritz at home in Strawberry Hill KCK // Mastered by Caufield Schnug/Melody Men Mastering // Design by Alison Hawkins with art by Anna Schwartz // Photo by Alec Nichols // Logo by Nika Winn // Long Live Manor // Special thanks to Kristin Slipp, Teri Quinn & Ross Brown/ // Fritz Hutchison released his second solo full length album, MOVIE NIGHT On April 15, 2022. Fritz was signed by Manor Records that same year. Multi-instrumentalist Fritz Hutchison was born May 27, 1991. A life-long resident of KC. Since 2008 he’s been part of multiple bands playing drums with: She’s a Keeper, Freight Train Rabbit Killer, and Grand Marquis. As a guitarist he has played along side True Lions, J Ashley Miller, Lauren Krum, Miki P, Calvin Arsenia. A decade of lending an ear and a hand to other musicians Fritz Hutchison released his debut solo album Wide Wild Acres on Center Cut Records on March 27, 2020. Written & performed by Fritz Hutchison. Produced by Fritz Hutchison & Joel Nanos. Recorded & mixed in KC by Joel Nanos at Element Recording Studio. Mastered by Collin Jordan at The Boiler Room in Chicago.]

[Fritz Hutchison plays play Manor Fest 5 in Kansas City on Saturday, May 27, at 10:00 PM at The Ship, 1221 Union Ave. KCMO, WEST BOTTOMS with Khrystal., and Friendly Thieves.]

Weekend Two – Night Four – Kansas City – Sunday, May 28

5:00 PM – Howdy, 6523 Stadium Drive, KCMO

Charlotte Bumgarner

7:00 PM – Farewell, 6523 Stadium Drive, KCMO


  1. Blanky – “The Real Thing”
    from: Blod Harmony / Manor Records / December 15, 2022
    [Anthony Cunard of Blanky joined us on the show on November 4, 2020, to talk about Blanky his band that has moved from North Carolina, to KCK, and then to Lawrence, Kansas where they are based. // Blanky’s new record ‘Blood Harmony’ was recorded on a half inch reel-to-reel tape machine in various locations around Lawrence, Kansas during multiple sessions from December of 2021 to April of 2022. The intent was to embrace a lo-fi recording production and to emulate some of the style and intimacy captured on select enduring analog classics such as Charlie Megira’s ‘The Abtomatic Meisterzinger Mambo Chic’, The Breeders’ ‘Pod’, and Roland S. Howard’s ‘Teenage Snuff Film’. The process of recording live to tape allows for the inimitable chemistry of players, the uncontrollable variables of a busy household, and the sound of rooms, squeaking chairs and peripheral noise to be captured in a way that the contemporary digital norm just doesn’t. We’ve always loved those small details encapsulated forever in our favorite albums and we think some of that charm has been captured on ‘Blood Harmony’. The record is a snapshot in time of a band that regularly shifts its form and embraces the coming and going of members and collaborators. On ‘Blood Harmony’ the core of the band consists of songwriter and guitarist Anthony Cunard, drummer Max Smith, bass player Maxfiled Yoder and multi-instrumentalist Edward Madill. They’re joined by a handful of friends and contributors including Adam Brisbin (Buck Meek, Sam Evian, Dig Nitty) on pedal steel, Santo Rizzolo (Jackson Pines) on auxiliary drums and percussion and Luke Annis on various brass instruments. The record was mixed by Julian Fader in NYC and mastered by Amar Lal. // Max Smith on Drums & Vocals, Maxfield Yoder on Bass, Edward Madill: on Guitar & Synth, Santo Rizzolo on Drums, Adam Brisbin on Pedal Steel, Luke Annis on Trombone & Trumpet. // Mixed by: Julian Fader // Audio Mastering: Amar Lal // Cover Painting: Ian Felice // Album Design: Claire Monroe // Blanky embodies the languor left of a perfect day gone past. The always evolving musical project has thus far successfully mirrored the tumultuous transition of an agnostic adolescence to a freeing acceptance of life’s unapologetic inhumanity. The result is a dark happiness; simultaneously baffling and enticing. Incubated in a Black Mountain basement and left in the fields ’til full maturity. Blanky has settled in Lawrence, KS by way of Asheville, North Carolina. Southern origins and midwestern sentimentality are bound together in the timeless mindscape provoked by the broad assortment of compositions and styles performed and produced by the band. The ongoing experimentations of Blanky are a testament to their commitment to combining the culture of sharing and adaptation of 60’s folk and the do-it-yourself ethos of contemporary underground music. Blanky’s poignantly devitalized interpretations of rock’n’roll sound both new and familiar. The sense of desolation induced by their work is all so appropriate for an era marked by post-fact disenfranchisement. Blanky released NO SUMMERTIME on Manor records on October 9, 2020. Recorded in 2019 at El Rancho Morbido in Black Mountain, NC, and Lakehouse Sudios in Asbury Park, NJ. Engineered by Nick Semanchik & Anthony Cunard. Mixed by Anthony Cunard and Kevin Drew. Anthony Cunard on guitar & vocals, Santo Rizzolo on drums, Joseph Makoviecki on bass, Edward Madill on pedal steel.]

[Blanky plays Manor Fest 5, Weekend Two, Sunday May 28 at 5:00 PM, at Howdy, 6523 Stadium Drive, KCMO with Charlotte Bumgarner, and BIGFATCAT]


  1. Nightosphere – “Thrasher”
    from: 3 – Way Split with Flooding & Nightosphere / Abandoncy / February 24, 2023
    [Nightosphere released their debut, 7-track EP KATABASIS on April 14, 2023. // Claire Hannah Festa and Brittany Sawtelle an guitar/bass &vocals, Dekota (Hop) Trogdon on drums. additional guitar on “Hubris” by Deano Erickson. // Recorded & mixed by Morgan Reed Greenwood // mastered by Greg Obis at Chicago Mastering Service // Artwork by Kasper Durkin More info at: http://www.nightosphere.bandcamp.com ]

[Nightosphere plays Manor Fest 5, Weekend Two, Sunday May 28 at 7:00 PM – Farewell, 6523 Stadium Drive, KCMO with Joust, and Flooding.]

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

Next week, on Wednesday, May 17 we welcome back to WMM our friend Marion Merritt as Guest Producer. Also Next week… we’ll talk with Mikal Shapiro about Kansas City Folk Fest – Sunday, May 20, at 12:00 PM to 6:00 PM at Washington Square Park in Kansas City along with Krystle Warren & Solomon Dorsey, Nokosee Fields, Mac Sauce, Hudspeth & Taylor , Flutienastiness, Sam Wells, Sounds of Samba, and Gamelan Genta Kasturi, with Poetry & Spoken Word from: Natasha Ria El-Scari, Jose Faus, Mary Silwance and The Recipe. (KansasCityFolkFestival.org) Also Next week we’ll talk with Krystle Warren.

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

Big THANK YOU to all of our wonderful listeners and friends who generously and thoughtfully donated to support KKFI 90.1 FM – Kansas City Community Radio during our Wednesday MidDay Medley broadcast today! Through the airwaves, and through social media, a total of 55 people donated a total of $3149.00 to allow us to continue our mission. THANK YOU to my incredible co-hosts: Betse Ellis & Marion Merritt, and special guest J Kelly Dougherty, and very special guest Hermon Mehari for sharing your brilliance with our listeners. Thank you to Scott Bunte, Lincoln Dreher and Darryl Oliver for taking our donations over the phones.

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