#424 – June 6, 2012 Playlist

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

Wednesday, June 6, 2012

That’s Soooo Gay! (Our Annual Gay Pride Show)
+ The Heartland Men’s Chorus + Barry Lee’s Beatles Tribute
+ Kansas City Gay & Lesbian Film Festival

Opening collage:

1. Judy Garland – “Intro / Keep Your Sunny Side Up”(outtake)
from: The Judy Garland Show – the show that got away /Hip-O /2002
[orig. taped June 24, 1963]

2. Bronski Beat – “Small Town Boy”
from: Age of Consent / London / 1984
[Debut single of English synthpop group. The song is a popular gay anthem and reached number 3 in the UK, number one in Holland, Italy, top 10 in Australia, Canada, France, Switzerland, and number 48 in the U.S.]

3. Company – “Opening: I Hope I Get It”
from: A Chorus Line – Original Cast Recording / Columbia / 1975

4. Divine – “You Think You’re A Man (7″ Mix)”
from: Essential Divine / RTR / 2006

5. Bambi – “Lets Sing A Gay Little Spring Song”
from: Bambi (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) / Buena Vista Pictures / 1996
[1942 Disney animated film classic]

6. Ken Jeong – “Hold On Gay Boys”
from: The Hangover Part II (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) / Water Tower Music / May 23, 2011

(Resume) Bambi – “Lets Sing A Gay Little Spring Song”

7. Dos Fallopia (Lisa Koch) – “Definition: Lesbian”
from: My Breasts Are Out Of Control / Tongueincheek Records / 1994

(Resume) Bambi – “Lets Sing A Gay Little Spring Song”

8. Alan T & His Entourage – “Spoken Intro”
from: Gay Classics – Outrageous / Hot JWP Music / 2001

(Resume) Bambi – “Lets Sing A Gay Little Spring Song”

9. Sharron Alexis – “Please Don’t Be Gay”
from: Sordid Lives (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) / Varese Sarabande / 2001

(Resume) Bambi – “Lets Sing A Gay Little Spring Song”

10. Al Franken and Phil Hartman – “Daily Affirmation Theme”
from: Original Soundtrack to: Stuart Saves His Family / Milan / 1995

11. Hedwig & The Angry Inch – “Tear Me Down”
from: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Hedwig & The Angry Inch / Hybrid / 2001

10:13 – That’s Soooo Gay

12. Paul Lynde, Maureen Stapleton, Dick Van Dyke, Bryan Russell -“Kids”
from: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack to Bye Bye Birdy / RCA – BMG / 1960

13. Noel Coward – “What’s Going To Happen To the Tots”
from: Noel Coward in New York / drg / 2003
[orig. 1957]

14. David Bowie – “Kooks”
from: Hunky Dory / RCA – (Rycodisk – Virgin – Sony) / 1971

15. Liberace – “The Impossible Dream” [Vinyl]
from: Liberace Sends You Love [3 record set] / Brookville Records – ABC Records / 1974

10:27 – Underwriting

10:28 – Interview with Brent Husher and Jamie Rich

One of the area’s longest-running and best-attended community film events, the Kansas City Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, is expanding to seven days for its 13th Annual showcase, June 21-28, being presented at Tivoli Cinemas, in Westport. Brent Husher, is Project Development Coordinator for the festival, and Jamie Rich, is Festival Director, joined us to discuss this year’s festival.

This year’s festival features over twenty-five new and emergent films will be featured including the heartland premiere of the biography of legendary civil rights activist Vito Russo (author of THE CELLULOID CLOSET), a fresh take on the screen classic HAROLD & MAUDE with a gay twist, and a road-trip comedy starring Oscar® winners Olympia Dukakis and Brenda Fricker.

Two KC raised filmmakers return this year to present their latest projects. Lexington, MO native Nick Corporon is back to share his 2011 love story, EMPIRE, and offer a hometown preview of his latest short, BARBIE BOY. He’ll join Jackson Country raised Steven Tylor O’Connor who will present his just-completed comedy, WELCOME TO NEW YORK, in the LOCAL HEROES showcase on Monday, June 25.

• A record six films the 2012 were funded via KickStarter.com including this year’s Directors Showcase honoree ELLIOT LOVES. The film’s Latino director, Terracino, will be in attendance to introduce his film and be honored at the festival’s KickStarter reception before the screening.

• The national AIDS Story Project film, STILL AROUND will have its Midwest premiere on Wednesday, June 27. This cinematic survivors quilt is co-presented by the Good Samaritan Project, the KC Free Health Clinic, Hope Care Center and SAVE, Inc

• To uncover even more past and presents stories from the community, the newly-formed Gay & Lesbian Archives of Mid-America ( a joint initiative of the Kansas City Museum and UMKC) will be welcoming public donations of artifacts and documents to become part of the archives. Items can be brought to the Tivoli throughout the festival.

Sordid Lives – Preview Night Party & Benefit Screening
THUR JUNE 21 | SHOWTIME 7:00PM
Get ready for laughs the size of Texas when Olivia Newton-John, Beau Bridges, Leslie Jordan and Delta Burke lead an all-star cast in this twisted, white-trash tale that puts the fun in dysfunctional. Don’t miss seeing this classic on the big-screen at a special anniversary party and screening celebrating 13 years of the KCGayFilmFest, 3 years of Castro Movie Nights, and 10 years since we first brought you Del Shores’ hilarious, all-time favorite, SORDID LIVES. Tonight’s proceeds benefit the Good Samaritan Project, so come laugh your socks off for a great cause.
Opening Night of Courage:

Wish Me Away
FRI JUNE 22 | 8:30PM
Kansas City’s LikeMe Lighthouse joins us for an encore screening of the poignant story of Chely Wright, the first country music star to come out as openly gay. One very brave Kansas native and Nashville musician reveals both the devastation of her own internalized homophobia and the transformational power of living an authentic life. Emerging from a life of hiding, she exposes her truth. Don’t miss this chance to see her powerful story with a like-minded audience. Early ticket purchase strongly recommended.

Vito – 2012 Opening Night Selection
FRI JUNE 22 | 6:30PM
Be here for the Heartland premiere of an inspiring and empowering film about Vito Russo, one of the most articulate, charismatic voices for gay rights and the founding father of the modern gay liberation movement. Best known for THE CELLULOID CLOSET, this moving film tells Russo’s story through the voices of many of his friends – such as Lily Tomlin, Armistead Maupin and Larry Kramer. GLAMA (the Gay & Lesbian Archives of Mid-America) will be welcoming donations of documents and artifacts for inclusion in their collection. Learn more at our website.

10:33

16. Vito Russo – a clip from an “In The Life” Tribute to Vito Russo

17. The Flirtations – “Something So Strong”
from: Live Out On The Road / Flirt Records / 1994
[Originally on their 1990 album “The Flirtations]
[LGBT a cappella musical group active from 1988 to 1997. Their music provided an opportunity for both a celebration of gay culture and a call to arms in the battle against AIDS and homophobia. They performed at a number of prominent national venues, and performed a song in the film Philadelphia. Past members include: Jon Arterton, Michael Callen, Aurelio Font, TJ Myers, Eliot Pilshaw, Jimmy Rutland, Suede, Cliff Townsend]

10:38 – Interview with Brent Husher and Jamie Rich (cont.)

KKFI-FM 90.1 Day at the Festival

Entry Denied – SCREENING & DISCUSSION
SAT JUNE 23 | 1:00PM
The first of four films showing as part of KKFI-FM 90.1 Day at the Festival is a powerful, new documentary that brings you up-close and personal to the immigration struggles faced by gay and lesbian Americans in relationships with foreign citizens. What would you do if you had to choose between the person you love and your country? (after-screen discussion)

Trans
SAT JUNE 23 | 2:30PM
An extraordinary feature documentary about the transgender community, perhaps the most misunderstood and mistreated minority in America and around the world. Inspired by the incredible story of Dr. Christine McGinn and her important work as a transgender surgeon, TRANS provides an up-close and very personal vision into the lives, loves, and challenges of a remarkable cast of characters of all ages and from all walks of life. Hosted by TransTalk program on KKFI’s The Tenth Voice.

The Tenth Voice Shorts Showcase
SAT JUNE 23 | 4:45PM
Three fresh and uniquely original short films are brought to you by the equally fresh and uniquely original folks behind The Tenth Voice, the Kansas City area’s only weekly radio created by and for the LGBTQIA community. Learn more about the featured films online. Meet The Tenth Voice hosts and co-hosts as well as Chad Darnell (Director/Star of GROOM’S CAKE) who will be here in person to introduce his film.

A Perfect Relationship
SAT JUNE 23 | 6:45PM
KKFI-FM 90.1 Day at the Festival concludes with acclaimed director Nicole Conn’s (ELENA UNDONE, CLAIRE OF THE MOON) passionate and provocative contemporary romance. A repressed, uptight socialite has an unusual secret that not even her best friends know about. What begins as a comedy of errors ends up as a uniquely erotic journey. A Midwest premiere hosted by KKFI’s WomanSong.

Out Here Now Short Film Competition
THURS JUNE 28 | 6:00PM
NO ADMISSION CHARGE – Donations Welcomed at the Door
Back for its fourth year, at this very popular closing night event, you will have the opportunity to watch this year’s finalists and pick the winner. Each film is less than 15 minutes. The audience will rate each film, and the filmmaker whose film has the highest overall ranking will be awarded a $100 cash prize. (May I have the envelope, please?) Look for the names of the finalists selected for this year’s competition at our website on June 15.

This year, the KCGayFilmFest is also marking the launch of its OUT HERE NOW Short Film Project which will produce and distribute films gathered from the LGBT stories of Kansas City. Funds are being raised via KickStarter.com to select the filmmaker and subject matter for the project’s first film slated to debut in the 2013 festival.

Cloudburst – 2012 Closing Night Selection
THUR JUNE 28 | 7:45PM
Our closing night film has it all: Oscar-winners, a beautiful love story, a daring road trip, laugh out loud humor, and an unforgettable journey of the heart. Olympia Dukakis (Moonstruck) and Brenda Fricker (My Left Foot) star as an aging couple who escape from a nursing home in Maine and drive to Canada on a quest to be legally married. Along the way, they pick up a young pseudo-hustler hitchhiking to Nova Scotia to deal with his troubled home life. As they share past troubles — and create new ones— this improbable trio forms an unlikely kinship on a rollicking, life-changing road trip.

10:45

Brent Husher and Jamie Rich, thanks for being w/ us on Wednesday MidDay Medley.

For ticket information, to watch previews and order festival passes you can visit: KCGayFilmFest.com.

10:45

18. The Magnetic Fields – “Andrew in Drag”
from: Love at The Bottom of The Sea / Merge Records / March 6, 2012
[The band’s 10th full-length album is their first release of new material with Merge since 1999’s highly acclaimed 69 Love Songs. After putting out their “synth-free trilogy,” The Magnetic Fields are returning to their signature mix of synth and acoustic sounds. More info at houseoftomorrow.com]

19. The Magnetic Fields – “Papa Was A Rodeo”
from: 69 Love Songs / Merge Records / June 8, 1999

20. Patti LaBelle – “Somewhere Over The Rainbow”
from: Live: One Night Only / Columbia / 1996

11:00 – Station ID

21. Judy Garland – “Half – Time Tags”(sponsor announcement)
from: The Judy Garland Show – the show that got away /Hip-O /2002
[orig. taped June 24, 1963]

22. Scissor Sisters – “Only The Horses”
from: Magic Hour / Casablanca Records / May 29, 2012
[Playing KC Crossroads at Grinders, Mon, June 25 w/ Rye Rye. For info you can visit: crossroadskc.com]

23. The Kinsey Sicks – “Peoria”
from: Electile Dysfunction / The Kinsey Sicks / May 8, 2012
[Based on their hit musical, “ELECTILE DYSFUNCTION: THE KINSEY SICKS FOR PRESIDENT,” The Kinsey Sicks were formed in 1993, by original members: Ben Schatz (“Rachel”) is a Harvard-trained civil rights lawyer, former Director of the national Gay and Lesbian Medical Association, and one-time presidential advisor on HIV issues, who created the first national AIDS legal project and authored Clinton’s HIV policy during the 1992 presidential campaign, and Irwin Keller (“Winnie”) is a University of Chicago-trained lawyer and linguist and former director of the AIDS Legal Referral Panel of the San Francisco Bay Area, who authored Chicago’s gay rights ordinance, passed into law in 1989. In 2004, the Kinsey Sicks were joined by actor/singer/designer Jeff Manabat, who is responsible for Trixie’s inordinate glamour and soaring counter-tenor, as well as the entire group’s hot couture. Beginning in October of 2008, the Kinsey Sicks are joined by the hilarious and talented Spencer Brown (“Trampolina”), a Kansas City-based actor and singer, already known for his drag character Daisy Buckët (pronounced, of course, “bouquet”).]

24. Lady Bunny – “Speaks Out”
from: Wigstock (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) / Wea – Elektra / 1995

25. Lou Reed and John Cale – “Small Town”
from: Songs For Drella / Sire – Warner Bros. / 1990

26. The Beatles – “That Boy (Mono)”
from: Meet The Beatles / Capitol-EMI / Nov 23,1963

11:14 – Interview with Barry Lee

Barry Lee is host of 90.1 FM’s long running radio program Signal to Noise, which has presented many of KC best local bands live on the radio, Barry and Signal to Noise present, “Another Evening With The Music of The Beatles,” this Saturday, June 9, at 8:00 pm, at All Souls Church, 4501 Walnut, Kansas City, MO, featuring over 20 Kansas City and Lawrence area musicians coming together to play the music they love in a benefit for 90.1 FM KKFI. Tickets are $10 at the door.

This is another evening with the Beatles, because last year’s event was so very well attended with amazing Live performances

“Another Evening With The Music of The Beatles,” features over 20 Kansas City and Lawrence area musicians coming together to play the music they love in a benefit for 90.1 FM KKFI.

The evening features a core band for the Act Two Electric set:
Alan Wellman, Darrell Lea, Dan Mesh, Nate Holt

The night also features:

Vera Chuck & Dave with Lovely Rita,

Eric Melin, Chad Rex, Cody Wyoming

Kasey Rausch, Kim Rausch McLaws,

Mark Smeltzer, Jason Beers, Elaine McMilian,

Steve Wilson, Joey Skidmore, Jojo Longbottom,

Fast Johnny Ricker, and Kirk Scott.

“Another Evening With The Music of The Beatles,” this Saturday, June 9, at 8:00 pm, at All Souls Church, 4501 Walnut, Kansas City, MO, featuring over 20 Kansas City and Lawrence area musicians coming together to play the music they love in a benefit for 90.1 FM KKFI. Tickets are $10 at the door. More info at kkfi.org.

11:24

27. Scott Easterday – “Dig A Pony”
from: Barry Lee’s Tribute to The Beatles at All Souls / June 2011
[Original version released by The Beatles on “Let It Be” / May 8, 1970]

28. The Beatles – “Her Magesty”
from: Abbey Road / Capitol-EMI / Sept. 26,1969

10:28 – Underwriting

29. The Beatles – “All You Need is Love”
from: Magical Mystery Tour / Capitol-EMI / Nov 27, 1967

11:32 – Interview with Dr. Joseph Nadeau

Dr. Joseph P. Nadeau, has directed vocal ensembles on tours of New England, Colorado, Nebraska, Kansas, Missouri, Canada, Austria, Germany, Switzerland and France. He is a member of the American Choral Directors Association, the Music Educators National Conference, the National Education Association, and he serves as Artistic Director for Heartland Men’s Chorus, presenting “All You Need is Love: The Music of the Beatles,” June 16, at 7:30 pm and June 17, at 4:00 pm, at the Muriel Kauffman Theatre at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway, Kansas City, MO.

The Heartland Men’s Chorus is Kansas City’s gay men’s chorus, singing out in Kansas City since 1986. This season marks Dr. Nadeau’s 14th year with Heartland Men’s Chorus.

This is the Chorus’ first full concert presentation at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts.

This exciting new venue means even more great seats are still available, with especially good availability for our Sunday performance!

The Chorus will be performing these songs:

A Hard Day’s Night | Across the Universe | Back in the USSR | Because | Blackbird | Can’t Buy Me Love | Come Together | Eleanor Rigby | Get Back | Hey Jude | I Want to Hold Your Hand | I Will | In My Life | Let It Be | Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds | Michelle | Norwegian Wood | Nowhere Man | Revolution | Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band | The Long and Winding Road | This Boy | We Can Work It Out | When I’m Sixty-Four | W/ a Little Help from My Friends | Yellow Submarine | You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Awa

The Atlanta Gay Chorus originally created this show.

Heartland Men’s Chorus, presents “All You Need is Love: The Music of the Beatles,” June 16, at 7:30 pm and June 17, at 4:00 pm, at the Muriel Kauffman Theatre at the Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, 1601 Broadway, Kansas City, MO For more info you can visit: hmckc.org or call (816) 931-3338.

11:46

For many Queer Kids growing up in small towns, in rural areas, during the 1970s, The CBS broadcast of the annual Tony Awards was the biggest night of LGBT programming. The Tony Awards, this year on Sunday, June 10, at 7:00 on CBS Television! Charles Nelson Reilly played Bud Frump, in the 1961 original cast of the Tony winning musical “How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.”

30. Charles Nelson Reilly -“The Audition”
from: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying / Victor / 1961

31. Charles Nelson Reilly -“Coffee Break”
from: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying / Victor / 1961

32. Charles Nelson Reilly, Claudette Sutherland, Company -“Coffee Break”
from: How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying / Victor / 1961

33. Harvey Fierstein – “I Am What I Am”
from: Being Out Rocks /Centaur Entertainment/Oct. 9, 2007
[La Cage Aux Folles Music & Lyrics – Jerry Herman, Book – Harvey Fierstein]

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

Wednesday MidDay Medley in on the web:
WednesdayMidDayMedley.org
facebook.com/WednesdayMidDayMedleyon90.1FM and
kkfi.org

Show #424

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