#490- September 11, 2013 Playlist

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Mark Titus & Recordings from KC Musical Theatre
+ Bill Sundahl & The 9th Annual Crossroads Music Fest
+ Amy Farrand’s Weirdo Wednesday Supper Club

Mark Titus – Guest DJ

1. Emily Nan Phillips – “King Corn Blues”
from: Eat This: KC Chews on The Politics of Food / UMKC Theatre / March 2013
[Written Performed by UMKC MFA theatre students in cast. Directed by Stephanie Roberts]

Last year, Mark Titus joined us to share music from the Pembroke Hill Glee Club of 1968, DMZ a Boston based punk band, and the KC Chorale in Kirkwood Hall. Mark Titus returns today to share musical selections inspired by a July 11, 2013, KC Star Preview feature written by Robert Trussell showcasing seven female performers of musical theatre.

Mark Titus has been involved in the video industry for more than 20 years. What started as videotaping family events led to the creation of Titus Video in 1985. Gradually Mark has expanded his focus to include performance art archiving, training videos, coach and highlight DVDs for high school, college, and professional sports.

For more information you can visit: marktitus.com.

10:06

2. Missy Koonce – “Likability”
from: Lyle The Crocodile / The Coterie Theatre / July, 2013

3. Manna Nichols (Kim) Charlie Brady (Chris) – “Sun and Moon”
from: Miss Saigon / Starlight Theatre / September 2013

10:12

4. Nathan Bovos, Matthew McAndrews, J. Will Fritz, Taylor Feldspausph St. John, Phillip Shin, Bruce Roach, Greg Mackender – Scenes from “As You Like It”
(A. Under The Greenwood Tree, B. Blow Blow Thou Winter Wind, C. Lover and His Lass)
from: Greg Mackender Sound Design of “As You Like It”/ Heart of America Shakespeare Festival / June-July, 2013

5. Katie Gilchrist & Company – “Kind of Woman”
from: Pippin / Kansas City Repertory Theatre / September, 2012

6. Lauren Bratton – “Holding To The Ground (Falsettoland)”
from: Take The Stage / The Unicorn Theatre 40th Anniversary Gala / Sunday, August 11, 2013
[J. Kent Barnhart on Piano]

10:35 – Underwriting

7. Molly Denninghoff – “If I Loved You”
from: Carousel / The Living Room & Kansas City Repertory Theatre / March April, 2013

8. Jennie Greenberry – “Don’t Start Playing My Swan Song”
from: Lucky Duck / Coterie Theatre / May, June, July 2010 [2012 in NYC]

9. Jessalyn Kincaid & Natalie Weaver – “What Kind of Girl is She”
from: [title of show] / Unicorn Theatre / September, October 2010

10. Katie Gilchrist & Company – “”The Death of Cupid – Opening Song”
from: The Death of Cupid / The Living Room / July, 2013

10:45

11. Katie Gilchrist – “You’ll Never Walk Alone”
from: Carousel / The Living Room & Kansas City Repertory Theatre / March April, 2013

12. Mary Bridget Davies – “Move Over”
from: Love Janis / Kansas City Repertory Theatre / February, 2007
[The inaugural production in Kansas City Repertory Theatre’s 320-seat playhouse, Copaken Stage. The show has been in production and developed through several regional productions. Now called “One Night with Janis Joplin,” the Kansas City Repertory Theatre announced that the show will not be performed in its 2013-14 season. The musical tribute, written and directed by Randy Johnson, and starring Mary Bridget Davies is based on the life and music of the late Janis Joplin. One Night with Janis Joplin had originally planned a pre-Broadway production at Spencer Theatre, running Sept. 20-Oct. 13. Instead, the show will go directly to the Lyceum Theatre in New York, where performances begin Sept. 20]

For more information you can visit: marktitus.com.

11:00 – Station ID

11:00 – Music in The Crossroads

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13. Gooding – “Crash”
from: Buffalo / Independent / April 23, 2013
[Guitarist/Singer and namesake “Gooding” and his band of brothers, Jesse Rich and Billy Driver, have been touring non-stop for 8 yrs. Their live shows are infused with the confident energy and heart-on-your-sleeve emotion that only comes from 3 childhood friends living out their dream on the road.]

[Gooding plays the Crossroads Music Fest Saturday, Sept. 14, at CZAR BAR, 1531 Grand, at 10:00PM]

11:04 – Interview with Bill Sundahl & Amy Farrand

Bill Sundahl is a musician and singer and songwriter who was part of the Pitch Music Award winning band It’s Over, the critically acclaimed band The Columns, he toured with The Gaslights, and he currently 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 9th year. For 9 years Bill has joined us in September, on the Wednesday MidDay Medley to talk about the Crossroads Music Festival, and the great bands that are participating.

Also joining us was Amy Farrand

Singer, songwriter, bassist, drummer, mistress of ceremonies, producer, organizer, trail blazer, Amy Farrand, has been a part of many influential KC bands including Sister Mary Rotten Croth, EIO, Atlantic Fadeout, and The Silver Maggies. The Weirdo Wednesday Supper Club – Autumnal Equinox Edition will be presented at Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club, Wednesday, Sept. 18, 7:30pm until 10:30pm Featuring: Annie Cherry, Damian Blake, Microphone Jack, Tyson Schroeder, and Schwervon.

The 9th Annual Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept. 14, 6pm to 3am, w/ 25 BANDS, on 6 Stages around Crossroads KC at Grinders.

The Music:
She’s A Keeper, The Grisly Hand, My Brothers & Sisters, Hearts of Darkness, The Givens, Amy Farrand, The Empty Spaces, Not A Planet, Rural Grit All-Stars, Lee Langston, Starhaven Rounders, Dead Voices, Mr Marco’s V7, Cherokee Rock Rifle, The Blackbird Revue, One Hundred Flowers, Gooding, Diverse, Sunu, Joe Cartwright Trio, Max Groove, Brian Maloney, Nicolette Paige, Erik Voeks, and Mikal Shapiro.

The Venues:

1. CROSSROADS BEHIND GRINDERS, 417 E. 18th – ALL AGES
2. MIDWESTERN MUSICAL CO, 1830 Locust (behind Crossroads stage) – ALL AGES
3. THE BRICK, 1727 McGee – All Ages till 9pm w/ Parent or Guardian
4. CZAR BAR, 1531 Grand – All Ages till 9pm w/ Parent or Guardian
5. GREEN LADY LOUNGE, 1809 Grand – All Ages till 9pm w/ Parent or Guardian
6. COLLECTION, 1532 Grand – All Ages till 9pm w/ Parent or Guardian

CROSSROADS BEHIND GRINDERS, 417 E. 18th (ALL AGES)

7:00PM – She’s A Keeper
8:10PM – The Grisly Hand
9:30PM – My Brothers & Sisters
11:00PM – Hearts of Darkness

11:09

14. My Brothers & Sisters – “How 2 Move What 2 Wear”
from: demo from recording session / Independent / 2013
[Jamie Searle won critical acclaim as lead vocalist and songwriter for the band It’s Over who won a Pitch Music Award for Best Live Act. He left It’s Over to concentrate on his music education as a student of UMKC’s Conservatory of Music where he has immersed himself in musical theory, composition, harmonic structure, melody. Now out of school, Jamie is in the process of recording a full length release of material he has composed for a large ensemble of musicians. The result is: My Brothers & Sisters, a collective of at times up to 18 musicians, including a strings, horns, percussionists, bass, keyboards, vocalists, and back-up vocalists, Jamie on vocals and guitar and conducting.]

11:13

THE BRICK, 1727 McGee (All Ages till 9pm w/ Parent or Guardian)

6:00PM – Rural Grit All-Stars
7:15PM – Lee Langston
8:45PM – Starhaven Rounders
10:15PM – Dead Voices
11:30PM – Mr Marco’s V7
1:00AM – Cherokee Rock Rifle

11:15

15. Dead Voices – “Virginia Avenue”
from: Dead Voices / Independent / April 20, 2013
[KC Super-Group, was formed in 2010. The band includes: David Regnier, Jason Beers, Matt Richey, Michael Stover, Marco Pascolini and sometimes Lauren Krum who sings with David on “Pardoning”on the EP. David Regnier was part of critically acclaimed band The Afterparty, that released three full length recordings. He formed Dead Voices with Jason Beers of The Brannock Device, and Mike Stover and Matt Richey of The Grisly Hand, and Marco Pascolini who plays in The Brannock Device with Jason, and is founder of Mr. Marcos V7 a band that also includes Mike Stover. Lauren Krum who aside from her lead vocals with The Grisly Hand, also sings with David as the duo Ruddy Swain.]

11:18

16. Cherokee Rock Rifle – “Burn”
from: Ta Li / Independent / April 20, 2013
[Second EP from KC based band fronted by Dutch Humphrey. The 5-piece band also features: Douglas Nelson on lead guitar, Scott Reed on rhythm guitar, Bert Northward on drum, and Evan John on bass. Cherokee Rock Rifle play the Crossroads Music Fest, on Sept 14.]

11:20

CZAR BAR, 1531 Grand (All Ages till 9pm w/ Parent or Guardian)

7PM – The Blackbird Revue
8:30PM – One Hundred Flowers
10:00PM – Gooding
11:30PM – Diverse
1:00AM – Sunu

17. One Hundred Flowers – “You Really Must Accept”
from: Mechanical Bride / Stem and Leaf / November 2, 2010
[Debut LP Experimental from indie-pop group from Austin, Texas. In 2010 they embarked on a national promotional tour. Mechanical Bride received praise from local and national press and in its second week of release landed on the CMJ 200 charts. The members most currently have written and recorded a follow-up EP, Lapses and Losses, that just came out yesterday, Sept. 10, 2013.]

18. SUNU – “Sofa”
from: SUNU / Dylan Bassett / April 4, 2011
[Funk/afro-beat/jazz/R&B band based out of Lawrence. KS. Formed in 2007 the band is currently made up of: Dylan Bassett – Drums & Percussion; Dan Pem – Saxophone ; Michael Hamm – Guitar; Tommy Johnson – Trumpet ; Rev. Aaron Morris – Trumpet & Vocals ; Alex Thiessen – Drums & Percussion ; Chris Shaw – Bass; Taylor Babb – Drums & Percussion; and Joe Sears – Vocals and Percussion.]

11:35 – Underwriting

11:36

GREEN LADY LOUNGE, 1809 Grand (All Ages till 9pm w/ Parent or Guardian)

5:00PM – Joe Cartwright Trio
9:00PM – Max Groove

COLLECTION, 1532 Grand (All Ages till 9pm w/ Parent or Guardian)

6:30PM – Brian Maloney
8:00PM – Nicolette Paige
9:30PM – Erik Voeks
11:00PM – Mikal Shapiro

MIDWESTERN MUSICAL CO, 1830 Locust (behind Crossroads stage) (ALL AGES)

6:30PM – The Givens
8:00PM – Amy Farrand
9:30PM – The Empty Spaces
11:00PM – Not A Planet

19. Not A Planet – “Kingdom Come”
from: The Few, The Proud, The Strange / Independent / May 10, 2013
[Kansas City based Rock and Roll trio formed in 2010. Nathan Corsi, Liam Sumnicht, Bill Sturges.]

20. Amy Farrand – “How You Feelin’”
from: Amy Farrand (hearts) You [EP] / Independent / March 14, 2012
[Ernie Locke on harmonica. Recorded and mixed by Chris Meck. After three years of working the “Weirdo Wednesday Supper Club happens at Wednesday night at Davey’s Uptown.]

11:51

Amy Farrand talked with us about The Weirdo Wednesday Supper Club – Autumnal Equinox Edition will be presented at Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club, Wednesday, September 18, 7:30pm until 10:30pm Featuring: Annie Cherry, Damian Blake, Microphone Jack, Tyson Schroeder, and Schwervon.

Amy’s Band The Silver Maggies has several shows in the next several weeks.

The 9th Annual Crossroads Music Fest, Saturday, September 14, 6:00 pm to 3:00 am, with 25 BANDS, at 6 Stages around Crossroads KC at Grinders featuring: She’s A Keeper, The Grisly Hand, My Brothers & Sisters, Hearts of Darkness, The Givens, Amy Farrand, The Empty Spaces, Not A Planet, Rural Grit All-Stars, Lee Langston, Starhaven Rounders, Dead Voices, Mr Marco’s V7, Cherokee Rock Rifle, The Blackbird Revue, One Hundred Flowers, Gooding, Diverse, Sunu, Joe Cartwright Trio, Max Groove, Brian Maloney, Nicolette Paige, Erik Voeks, and Mikal Shapiro. Tickets at Grinders, Tickets at Vinyl Rennaissance. More info at: WWW.CMFKC.COM

11:55

Kansas City Volunteer Lawyers & Accountants for the Arts present a Legal Bootcamp for Musicians, Sat, Sept 14, Noon to 5pm at Czar Bar, 1531 Grand Blvd. This intensive bootcamp will providing knowledge on: copyrights, contracts, financing, and business formation. Hosted by KCVLAA, MMF, and CMFKC. You may pre-register at the link posted on our WMM Facebook page.

12-12:10pm: Opening remarks/Welcome – Information about the KCVLAA and the content of the day’s presentations – Danielle Merrick – KCVLAA,

12:10-1p: Have A Cigar: an Overview of Music Industry Terminology, Publishing, Licensing, and Trademarks – Information about the common terms used in the music industry, explanation of some of the components of the publishing industry and general licensing and trademark information – Don Simon, Simon Business Consulting, Inc.

1:10-2pm: Music Royalties – Who, What, When, Wherw, How-Nick Carswell & Don Simon

2:10-3pm: Music Promotion & Booking & When Weezer Calls Jamie: The Balance Between Marketing Your Work and Enforcing Your Rights – Chris Haghirian and Rebecca Shaffer Stroder – Information on marketing music while maintaining control of intellectual property and enforcing the musicians’ intellectual property rights

3:10-4pm: Contracts, Taxes, Partnerships, Insurance – Amy Nelson-Searcy, Don Simon, and Danielle Abernethy Merrick

4:10-5pm: Ask the Experts – One on One with Professionals – Get your questions answered. Please sign up for slots at the door. Slots are first come, first serve.

http://kcvlaa.givezooks.com/events/copy-of-legal-bootcamp-for-musicians-september-14-2013

Our friend Britt Adair of The Bad Ideas wanted us to let you know that KCXX is pleased to present the 2013 Video Showcase, Saturday, September 21, at 8:00 pm at Tivoli Cinemas in Westport, featuring 10 short films showcasing local Kansas City talent. Filmmakers represented are: Julia Barnett, Emily Camille Boullear, Willa Dock, Ernesto Flores, MacGregor Greenlee, Hillary Larson, Jon Lim, The Northeast Film Group , and Chris Patterson. KCXX is a social benefit organization established in May of 2012 to benefit and showcase Kansas City’s artists and musicians. The group aims to award grants and financial support to artists, musicians and performers of merit, and to host events featuring both visual art and live music that emphasizes talent found in and around Kansas City. Our intention is to further connect the visual art and music communities with the general public and to contribute to the growth of Kansas City as a center for locally-driven music and visual art. For more info:www.kc-xx.com

Tonight, upstairs at Minibar, Molly Picture Club and Hero Worship play their last show in a send of to singer, songwriter, keyboard player Aniko Adany who is leaving Kansas City.

Next week on Wed, Sept 18, Marion Merritt returns w/ more music and info from her musically encyclopedic brain. Marion will feature music from the gret new compilation: THIS NOW EXISTS: ECCENTRIC SOUL: THE FORTE LABEL.

11:57

21. She’s A Keeper – “Plattsburg”
from: Sterlin / Independent / Oct/Nov. 2013
[5-piece band from Kansas City, includes: Fritz Hutchison – vocals, banjo, percussion; Zac Jurden – vocals, guitar; Colin Nelson – vocals, guitar; Elliott Phillips – bass, mandolin; Kate Sopcich – cello, keyboard. The band is currently working on a second full-length album. Zac sent us this track which is one of two singles off our new record. The song is named after the place in Missouri. Zac told us that they are looking to release the new record in october or november if everything goes according to plan.]

Sources for notes on tracks: artist’s websites and wikipedia.org

Wednesday MidDay Medley in on the web:
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