Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, September 5, 2012
Kelly Barth + Bill Sundahl
& The 8th Annual Crossroads Music Fest!
1. Tame Impala – “That’s All For Everyone”
from: Just Tell Me That You Want Me – A Tribute to Fleetwood Mac / Hear Music / Aug. 13, 12
[Originally on Fleetwood Mac’s epic release of 1979, “Tusk.”]
2. Matthew Dear – “Earthforms”
from: Beams / Ghostly International / August 28, 2012
[Texas-born Dear moved to Michigan as a teenager, where he was inspired by the sound of Detroit Techno. Dear met Sam Valenti IV at a party while attending the University of Michigan, after which the two started the record label, Ghostly International, based on a shared love of electronic music.]
3. Deerhoof – “Zero Seconds Pause”
from: Breakup Song / Polyvinyl / September 4, 2012
[the 12th self-produced albums from the unpredictable noise band originally from San Francisco. Formed in 1994, Deerhoof has maintained that they never knew what kind of music they would create next, nor that they even had any idea what they were doing when they created it. The members of Deerhoof are: Satomi Matsuzaki, John Dieterich, Ed Rodriguez and Greg Saunier.]
4. The xx – “Angels”
rom: Coexist / The Young Turks / September 11, 2012
[First Single for their new release]
[English indie pop band, formed in London in 2008. The group released their debut album, xx in August 2009. In 2010, the band won the Mercury Music Prize for their debut album. The band met while studying at Elliott School, the same school that produced Hot Chip, and Four Tet. Oliver Sim and Romy Madley-Croft started the band as a duo when they were 15. Guitarist Baria Qureshi joined once they began performing in 2005, with Jamie Smith joining a year after.]
5. David Burchfield – “Have Tried”
from: The Beginning / Independent / 2011
[Produced, engineered, mixed and master by Mike Crawford at the Impossible Box in Kansas City, with David Burchfield on vocals & guitar; Leslie Hammer on banjo, fiddle and viola; Seth Jenkins on upright bass, Jeff Larison on pedal steel and dobro; Andy Michael on piano and accordian; and Devon Russell on vocals, choir.]
[David Burchfield and The Great Stop play recordBar, 1020 Westport Rd. Friday, Sept 7 w/ Gemini Revolution, and Mad Spirits.]
6. Johnny Cash – “Personal Jesus”
from: American IV: The Man Comes Around / American Recordings – Universal / Nov 5, 2002
[Originally recorded and written by Depeche Mode from their 1982 release “Violator.” This was from Cash’s 4th album in the American series, (and his 87th overall) This is the last album released before his death in 2003. Produced by Rick Rubin who asked ex-Red Hot Chili Peppers guitarist John Frusciante to re-work an acoustic version of Martin Gore’s song, which featured a simple acoustic riff that stripped down the song to a blues style. With backing vocal assistance from: Fiona Apple, Nick Cave, and Don Henley. American IV was the final Cash album released during his lifetime. It was also his first non-compilation album to go gold (selling over 500,000 copies) in thirty years. Additionally, the album won “Album of the Year” award at the 2003 CMA Awards. It was certified Gold on 4/24/2003 and Platinum on 11/21/2003 by the R.I.A.A.]
10:30 – Interview with Kelly Barth
Lawrence, Kansas, based writer, Kelly Barth was a fiction fellow in the University of Montana’s creative writing program and has received fellowships from the Missouri Arts Council and the Kansas Arts Commission. Her work has been published most recently by Coal City Review and Muse & Stone. Kelly Barth joins us today to discuss her funny and heartbreaking new memoir, “My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus,” from Arktoi Books, an imprint of Red Hen Press.
The official release of Kelly Barth’s new memoir, “My Almost Certainly Real Imaginary Jesus,” is Friday, September 7, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at The Raven Book Store, 6 East 7th Street, in Lawrence, KS you can visit http://www.ravenbookstore.com or call (785) 749-3300.
7. Lullaby Players – “Personal Jesus”
from: Johnny Cash Lullaby Tribute / Cc Entertainment / April 29, 2008
10:56 – Underwriting
8. The Good Foot – “Bad Way”
from: Numeration / Bad Way (Split Single) 7″ Vinyl / Shipshape Records / Feb. 18, 2012
[7-piece, KC soul revue that is one of the most popular bands in the area. The band includes: Julia Haile, Adam Wagner, Tim Braun, Quentin Schmidt, David Conarroe, Nick Howell, and Nick Rowland. Known for their interpretations of the Motown & Stax songbook, as well as their own original compositions.]
11:05 – Interview with Bill Sundahl
Bill Sundahl is a musician and singer and songwriter who was part of the Pitch Music Award winning band It’s Over, and the critically acclaimed The Columns, and he also plays in the KC supergroup: The Starhaven Rounders. Bill Sundahl is the founder of Spice of Life Productions, creator of “The Donkey Show,” and founder and organizer of The Crossroads Music Festival, now in it’s 8th year. For 8 years now Bill has joined us in September, on the Wednesday MidDay Medley to talk about the Festival, the Crossroads, and the great bands from kansas City, Lawrence, Chicago and Wisconsin, that are participating.
The 8th Annual Crossroads Music Fest, is this Saturday, September 8, featuring 20 Bands on 4 stages: Crossroads KC at Grinders, Czar, The Brick, and the Midwestern Musical Co. In addition, there will be a Friday night “Pre-Party,” Friday, September 7, at Crossroads KC at Grinders, featuring: The Good Foot, The Grisly Hand, and a reunion of The Supernauts.
20 Bands on 4 stages:
Crossroads KC at Grinders, 18th & Locust, with: Hearts of Darkness, Makuza, and My Brothers & Sisters (7:00-1:00).
Czar, 1531 Grand, with: Cherokee Rock Rifle, The Atlantic, John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons, and Mikal Shapiro, Kasey Rausch, & Shane Ogren (7:00-3:00).
The Brick, 1727 McGee, with: Starhaven Rounders, Dead Voices, Victor & Penny, and Rural Grit All-Stars (7:00-3:00).
Midwestern Musical Co, 19th & Locust, with: Appropriate Grammar, Dim Peepers, The Hillary Watts Riot, and Thom Hoskins (7:00-1:00).
11:10 – Midwestern Musical Co, 19th & Locust,
Appropriate Grammar, Dim Peepers, The Hillary Watts Riot, Thom Hoskins (7:00-1:00).
9. The Hillary Watts Riot – “Tube Top”
from: A/S/L / Money Wolf Music / 2012
[Hillary Watts Bird, Christian Hankel, Tommy Donoho, Sergio Moreno, Justin Penney]
[The Hillary Watts Riot play Midwestern Musical Co, 19th & Locust, Sat. Sept 8, as part of CMFKC.]
10. Appropriate Grammar – “How do You Like Me Now”
from: Lies and Stories [EP] / Independent / Spring 2012
[Nick McKenna-Guitar/Vox, Alex Dunsford-Lead Guitar, Claire Adams-Bass/Vox, & Steve Gardels-Drums.]
[Appropriate Grammar play Midwestern Musical Co, 19th & Locust, Sat. Sept 8, as part of CMFKC.]
11:19 – Interview with Bill Sundahl
CMFKC is partnering with Midwest Musicians Foundation to raise funds for the musicians health care fund. MMF is organizing volunteers to staff the festival and share info on MMF’s mission. For info: MidwestMusicFound.org.
11:21 – Midwestern Musical Co, 19th & Locust, (continued)
11. Thom Hoskins – “Half of Eight”
from: Still Feeling Bronze [EP] / Independent / April, 2012
[Thom Hoskins played live on our July 11 show. He now plays solo and in the band Hidden Pictures]
[Thom Hoskins plays Midwestern Musical Co, 19th & Locust, Sat. Sept 8, as part of CMFKC.]
12. The Dim Peepers – “A Spirited Affair”
from: glass band mix / Independent / 2012 [From Wisconsin]
[The Dim Peepers play Midwestern Musical Co, 19th & Locust, Sat. Sept 8, as part of CMFKC.]
11:29 – Underwriting
11:30 – Interview with Bill Sundahl
The Festival also presents: LEGAL BOOTCAMP FOR MUSICIANS, curated by Kansas City Volunteer Lawyers & Accountants for the Arts, Saturday, September 8, 12:00pm – 5:00pm, at Czar.
11:33 – Czar, 1531 Grand,
Cherokee Rock Rifle, The Atlantic, John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons, and Mikal Shapiro, Kasey Rausch, & Shane Ogren (7:00-3:00).
15. The Atlantic – “Dixie Is Dead”
from: Dixie Is Dead [Single] / Independent / June 1, 2012
[indie four piece from Kansas City includes: Patrick Robinson (Vocals/Rhythm Guitar), Brandon Gardner (Lead Guitar/vocals), Eric Augustus Fain (Bass), and M. Blaire Geenens (Drums).]
[The Atlantic plays Czar, 1531 Grand, Sat. Sept 8, w/Mikal Shapiro & Shane Ogren as part of CMF.]
16. Kasey Rausch – “Grassroots”
from: Born Near The Water / Rausch House / 2007
[on September 19 we present The Rausch House of Music with Kasey and Kim Rausch, their daughters, and songs from the grandparents and cousins.]
[Kasey Rausch plays Czar, 1531 Grand, Sat. Sept 8, w/Mikal Shapiro & Shane Ogren as part of CMF.]
17. John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons – “Blood Line”
from: Don’t Let Me Stay / Lakeshore Records / March 13, 2012
[John Velghe – vox, guitars, keyboards. The Prodigal Sons: Mike Alexander – guitar, mandolin, backing vocals; Chris Wagner – bass, backing vocals; GoGo Ray – drum set; Hermon Mehari – trumpet; Sam Hughes – saxophone; Mike Walker – trombone. With: Kirsten Paludan – vocals; James Mitchell – cello; Whitney Williamson – violin; Catherine Root – violin. John Velghe was our guest on Mar. 21]
[John Velghe & The Prodigal Sons play Czar, 1531 Grand, Sat. Sept 8, as part of CMFKC.]
11:49 – The Brick, 1727 McGee,
Starhaven Rounders, Dead Voices, Victor & Penny, and Rural Grit All-Stars (7:00-3:00).
18. Dead Voices – “Dream Notes”
from: Studio Cut / Independent / 2010
[written by Dave Regnier formerly of the critically acclaimed band The Afterparty David formed the band with Jason Beers of The Brannock Device, Mike Stover and Marco Pascolini of Mr. Marco’s V7’s and Matt Richey of The Grisly Hand [Dead Voices also sometimes include: Lauren Krum]
[Dead Voices play The Brick, 1727 McGee, Sat. Sept 8, as part of CMFKC.]
The 8th Annual Crossroads Music Fest, is this Saturday, September 8, featuring 20 Bands on 4 stages: Crossroads KC at Grinders, Czar, The Brick, and the Midwestern Musical Co. In addition, there will be a Friday night “Pre-Party,” Friday, September 7, at Crossroads KC at Grinders, featuring: The Good Foot, The Grisly Hand, and a reunion of The Supernauts. For Festival info: CMRKC.com, facebook.com/cmfkc, twitter.com/cmfkc
11:57 – Crossroads KC at Grinders, 18th & Locust,
Hearts of Darkness, Makuza, and My Brothers & Sisters (7:00-1:00).
17. The Hearts of Darkness – “Come Forward”
from: Shelf Life / Shipshape Records / August 25, 2012
[The 15 piece ensemble welcomed 6 additional musicians to record “Shelf Life” their 2nd full-length release, 2 years in the making. Recorded live at the Cooler Studio in Kansas City, Kansas, with Chad Meise, and mastered by Collin Jordan at the Boiler Room in Chicago, using both vintage analog and modern digital technologies. The album will be released on CD and as a limited edition collectible vinyl LP at local music stores, and also available on iTunes. Contributing musicians to “Shelf Life” include: Bob Asher – Trumpet, Sean Branagan – drums and percussion, Rachel Christia – Vocals , Andrew Ford – Trombone, Brandy Gordon – Vocals, Richard Gumbel – Rhythm and Lead Guitar, Sam Hughes – Baritone Saxophone, Les Izmore – Vocals, Pete Leibert – Bass Guitar, Jolan Smith – Tenor Saxophone and Vocals, Miko Spears – Congas, Erica Townsend – Vocals, Ken Walker – Valve Trombone, Brad Williams – drums and percussion, Hermon Mehari – Trumpet, Shawn Hansen – Alto Saxophon, Phil Keegan – Bass Guita, Chris Meck – Rhythm Guita, Josh Mobley – Keyboards, Guitar, Alex Smith – Tenor Saxophone, Mark Vick – Rhythm Guitar.]
[The Hearts of Darkness play Crossroads KC at Grinders, 18th & Locust, with: Makuza, and My Brothers & Sisters (7:00-1:00) as part of CMF.]
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