#698 – September 6, 2017 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, September 6, 2017

Music from the 13th Annual Crossroads Music Festival
with Guest Co-Host Bill Sundahl

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

2. The Phantastics – “Bananas (Radio Edit)”
from: Closer / Silly Goose Records / December 14, 2013
[Debut EP from 8 member group KC based band formed in December of 2010, that specialize genre-blending hip-hop, mixed with rock, rap, dance, funk, jazz and soul. Members include: Kemet “the Phantom” Coleman on lead vocals, Kim Newsome on vocals, JJ Cantrell on lead guitar & vocals, Danny Florez on electric bass & vocals, Ashley Thompson on drums, DJ Mitchell on saxophone, and Austin Quick on keyboards.]

[The Phantastics play Crossroads Music Fest, Saturday, Sept 9, at Midnight, at recordBar 1520 Grand]

Today we feature music from 18 bands participating in the 13th annual Crossroads Music Fest, on Saturday, September 9, featuring nearly 60 bands on 12 stages all within 3 blocks, in Kansas City’s Crossroads Arts & Music District. For more information, or to get advance tickets, visit: http://www.cmfkc.com.

Bill Sundahl, is founder of Crossroads Music Festival and has been coming on this radio program for 13 years now, sharing information about the music and venues and collaborations associated with CMF. Bill is also 90.1 FM KKFI’s Development Director, where he is constantly in motion working, to keep Community radio alive! Bill joins us as co-host for the entire show.

Bill Sundahl thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley


Designed to showcase the best in Kansas City’s music, arts and dance scene, CMFKC provides opportunities for community members of all ages to support its local artists and celebrate Kansas City’s cultural diversity.

Artists: The Phantastics, Count Tutu, Brody Buster Band, Crystal Rose, IRIEplaceables, Duncan Burnett X Riot, The Safes, Instant Karma, Mad Libby, Turkey Bone & Full Count, Mundo Nouvo, Hobo Cane feat. Javier Mendoza, Enrique Chi of Making Movies, Eems, Rural Grit, Shortsweather, Various Blonde, Spirit is the Spirit, Pagaent Boys, Mess, The Black Mariah Theater, Barclay Martin, Julie Bennett Hume, Jenna & Martin, Ayllu, Carswell & Hope, Hot Club KC, American Slim, Broderick Jones, Jubilee, Kyle Reid, Dan Bliss, AJ Young, Brad Cunningham, Ivy, Savanna Chestnut, Sara Morgan, Tyler Giles, Tom Hall, Jessica Paige, Kelly Hunt, Tyler Gregory, New Transition Quartet, Organ Jazz Trio, Roger Wilder & Lisa Henry, The Project H, The MGDs, MARCHING COBRAS, A.M. Merker of My Oh My!, Mikal Shapiro w/ Johnny Hamil, The Ragged Few, The Nite Owls, Drew Black & Dirty Electric, Broken Arrows, Interstate Run, Hughes & Barclay

Venues: recordBar at 1520 Grand, Black Dolphin at 1813 Grand, The Brick at 1727 McGee, The Living Room Upstairs and The Living Room Downstairs at 1818 McGee, Mod Gallery at 1809 McGee, Green Lady Lounge at 1809 Grand, Collection at 1532 Grand, and Normal Human at 1815 McGee, with Day Parties at Josey Records at 1814 Oak, and Brewery Emperial at 1829 Oak. The Crossroads Music Fest also includes showcases from The Record Machine, Lost Cowgirl Records and Making Movies Carnival.

Kissick Construction Stage @ recordBar, 1520 Grand – 21+ MC Mark Manning

The Phantastics 12:00 to 1:15
Count Tutu 10:15 to 11:30
Brody Buster Band 8:30 to 9:30
Crystal Rose 7:00 to 8:00


3. Crystal Rose – “Come Alive”
from: Come Alive – Single / Crystal Rose / May 6, 2016
[Debut single release from Kansas City based singer songwriter and UMKC journalism student Crystal Rose who plays live with Paige Turner on guitar, Peter Marten on guitar, and Robert Castillo on bass. Crystal Rose is a singer song-writer based in heart of Kansas City. At a young age she was Influenced by powerhouse vocals like Whitney Houston, Celine Dion and Christina Aguilera. She has since drawn much inspiration from blusey and folk centered artist like James Bay, James Vincent Mcmorrow and Johnnyswim. To listen to more Crystal Rose please visit: http://www.crystalro.se]

[Crystal Rose plays Crossroads Music Festival saturday, September 9, at 7:00 PM at recordBar.]

Day Parties – Pop Up Shops

11:00 AM – 5:00 PM — Day Parties at Brewery Emperial & Josey Records & Pop Up Shops

Brewery Emperial Stage
A.M. Merker of My Oh My! 4:00 to 5:00
Mikal Shapiro w/ Johnny Hamil 2:30 to 3:30
The Ragged Few 1:00 to 2:00
The Nite Owls 12:00 to 12:45

Josey Records Stage
Drew Black & Dirty Electric 4:30 to 5:30
Broken Arrows 3:00 to 4:00
Interstate Run 1:30 to 2:30
Hughes & Barclay 12:00 to 1:00

11:00 AM to 7:00 PM — CMF Pop Up Shops at Josey Records
Children’s Art Area – Local Makers – CMF Information

Do816 Stage @ The Brick 21+ – 1727 Megee

IRIEplaceables 1:00 to 2:00
Duncan Burnett X Riot 11:30 to 12:30
The Safes 10:00 to 11:00
Instant Karma 8:30 to 9:30
Mad Libby 7:15 to 8:00
Turkey Bone & Full Count 6:00 to 6:45

4. Mad Libby – “Powder Blue”
from: Locks Unlocked / Mad Libby / March 4, 2017
[Kansas City based Power Punk 4-piece band formed by: Jennifer Roswold on lead vocals & guitar, Rob Adams on lead guitar, Dana E Scott on drums & backup vocals, and Jessica White on bass & backup vocals.]

[Mad Libby play 90.1 FM’s Crossroads Music Festival, Sept 9, at 7:15 at The Brick, 1727 McGee.]

5. The Safes – “Hometown”
from: Tasty Waves / Hidden Volume Records / September 8, 2017
[The Safes are Frankie O’Malley on vocals, guitars, drums, piano, Wurlitzer, vibes, bells; Patrick O’Malley on vocals, guitars; Dex Fontaine on drums; Curt Schmelz on bass. The record includes special guest musicians: Siobhan Hunter on violins, Dominique DiValerio on french horn, and Ben Levin-O’Leary on trumpet. Produced, Recorded, Mixed by Patrick O’Malley. Recorded, Mixed by Brian Deck. Mixed by Frankie O’Malley. Recorded at IV Lab and StudiO’Malley. Mixed at StudiO’Malley and at Brian Deck’s home studio. Mastered by Josh Bonati at Bonati Mastering. Assistant Engineer at IV Lab – Shane Hendrickson. Photograph: Andrew Ballantyne. All songs written by Frankie O’Malley, except “Streets and Sanitation”: lyrics written by Frankie and music written by Patrick & Frankie. http://www.thesafes.com.]

[The Safes play Crossroads Music Festival, September 9 at 10:00 at The Brick on the Do816 Stage.]

6. Duncan Burnett – “Olathe”
from: Soulcially Conscious / R.I.O.T. LLC / December 24, 2015
[Duncan Burnett lives in Olathe, Kansas. He grew up in Olathe, Kansas. He is a musician, song writer and producer who first started in music playing the drums. http://www.duncanburnett.com]

[Duncan Burnett X Riot play 90.1 FM’s Crossroads Music Fest, Sept 9, at 11:30 at The Brick, 1727 McGee, on the Do816 Stage.]

10:34 – Underwriting

Rock Docs Midwest Music Foundation participating in the 13th annual Crossroads Music Fest, on Saturday, September 9.

11:00 AM to 5:00 PM — Midwest Music Foundation Free Musicians’ Health Care Clinic at The Living Room Theater, 1818 McGee St, Kansas City, MO 64108

Midwest Music Foundation along with The RockDocs, a collaboration of University of Kansas and the Community Health Council of Wyandotte County, present a Free Musicians’ Health Care Clinic that will offer information, screenings, wellness programs, opportunities to discuss health conditions and concerns and arrange follow-up opportunities. More info at http://www.cmfkc.com.

KC Folk Fest Stage @ MOD Gallery 1809 McGee – All Ages – Carnival Showcase

Mundo Nouvo 12:00 to 1:00
Hobo Cane feat. Javier Mendoza 10:30 to 11:30
Enrique Chi of Making Movies 9:30 to 10:30
Eems 7:45 to 8:30
Rural Grit 6:30 to 7:15

10:41 – MOD Gallery – Carnival Showcase

7. Eems – “Stumble”
from: Rocket Ship / Independent / August 11, 2017
[Eems is a KC based ukulele loop artist, singer songwriter, rapper, pianist, drummer, The resonance of his bright musical sounds, and lyrical calls, are woven through genres of folk, hip hop, pop, and dance influences. He has shared the stage with notable hop hop artists, and KC Folk Music Fest, Middle of The Map Fest.]

[EEMS plays the Crossroads Music Fest, Saturday, Sept 9, at 7:45 PM, MOD Gallery, 1809 McGee.]

8. Making Movies – “Spinning Out”
from: I Am Another You / Making Movies / May 26, 2017
[3rd full length release: from Kansas City based 4-piece band and made up of two sets of brothers: Enrique Chi on guitar and lead vocals; Diego Chi on bass & vocals; Juan-Carlos Chaurand on percussion & keyboards; and Andres Chaurand on drums. The band draws their influences from the origins of their families: Santiago, Panama, and Kansas City, Missouri, and Guadalajara, Mexico.]

[Enrique Chi of Making Movies plays Crossroads Music Fest, Saturday, Sept 9, at 7:45 PM, for the Carnival Showcase at MOD Gallery, 1809 McGee.]

9. Mundo Nouvo – “Pueblo Latino”
from: Mundo Nouvo / Mundo Nouvo / May 17, 2016
[Comprised of some of the finest musicians the area has to offer, Mundo Nouvo is multi-faceted project that culls its material from the roots Cuba & Haiti. An eleven-piece ensemble features Salsa material fit for the dance floor as well as Latin-Jazz pieces that are best suited to a concert program. Ramon Terrada on lead vocals, Jose Miguel Ramos on congas & coro vocals, Felipe “Tato” Ramos on timbales & coro vocals, Tony Ramos on bongos, Paul Roberts on piano, Daniel Nonweiler on bass, Sean Mawhirter on guitar, Guy Montes on flute & coro vocals, Janne Silfverberg on trombone, Tommy Johnson Jr. on trumpet, David Cunningham on trumpet, and frequent contributors Pat Conway on Congas & Bongos, and Tyree Johnson on drumset. http://www.mundonouvo.org]

[Mundo Nouvo play Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept 9, at Midnight, at MOD Gallery, 1809 McGee.]

MixMaster 2017 at 13th annual Crossroads Music Fest, on Saturday, September 9

MixMaster at CMF 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM at The Living Room Theater, 1818 McGee St
Musicians Professional Development Seminar – Panels/Workshops/Performances

11:00 am: Panel: The Ten-Year Overnight Success
Independent artists can achieve a lot by setting goals, planning and being creative with their time and efforts. But what does successful goal-setting actually look like? How does it work, and what does it take to persevere?

Panelists: Erin McGrane (Victor & Penny), Kemet Coleman (The Phantom, The Phantastics), Vi Nhan Tran (Vi Tran Band, Buffalo Room), Jessica Paige (Jessica Paige Music), Betse Ellis (Betse & Clarke)

12:00 pm Panel: Building Your Team and Building Your Brand
Being a successful independent artist requires a wide variety of skills, a lot of different resources and plenty of hard work. What are the essentials to telling your story and being ready to respond to opportunities? Who can help you and how can you help yourself?

Panelists: Chris Haghirian (INK, 90.9 The Bridge), Michelle Bacon (Chris Meck & The Guilty Birds, Heidi Lyne Gluck & The Pony Show), Fally Afani (I Heart Local Music), Anna Selle (SoFar Sounds, Anna Selle Photography)

1:00 pm Working Lunch: Small Groups
Breaking into small groups, participants will get a chance to share their experiences, test out ideas and learn from each other’s knowledge. Each group will be facilitated to ensure everyone gets time to talk and moves from one topic to the next. Lunch will be provided by Californos (while supplies last!) We encourage you to bring the following, to share:

An artist biography, A band photo (can simply be shared on a phone), A CD of your music (or several) REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Get your tickets first here, then sign up here

3:00 pm Panel: Demo Dip
A chance to submit your demo to be listened to live and followed by honest feedback from music journalists and industry experts. Bring your best stuff on a CD!

4:00 pm Networking: Speed Sessions
A rapid-fire round of networking! 5 minute blocks of one-on-one connections with industry experts, venue-managers, radio DJs and more.

MixMaster – Conversations & More Downstairs @ The Living Room | Starts 2pm

2:00 pm Panel: Music in Public Spaces
Libraries and other public spaces have become locations for music-making, places to access technology, and venues to share and celebrate music. What is it like for the artists who work in these spaces? What makes it work, and what is the future of music with public and shared resources?

Panelists: Jim Barnes (Lawrence Public Library), Ralph Tomlinson (Olathe Public Library), Donna Mandelbaum (KC Streetcar Authority)

4:00 pm Discussion: Art As Mentorship
Enrique Chi, the leader and songwriter of Making Movies, will discuss and showcase work from his Art As Mentorship project, a program that will take twenty young songwriters through a year of artistic development. For six years Making Movies has hosted an inner-city music camp through the Mattie Rhodes Center. The students and experiences from the camp became the inspiration for the Art As Mentorship program. The band’s story and community efforts were just featured on a beautiful NPR piece.

11:00 – Station ID

KCPT Stage @ Living Room Upstairs – 1818 McGee St – All Ages
The Record Machine Showcase

Shortsweather 12:00 to 12:45
Various Blonde 10:30 to 11:15
Spirit is the Spirit 9:00 to 9:45
Pagaent Boys 7:30 to 8:15
Mess 6:00 to 6:45

10. Mess – “soak”
from: heartswithholes / Mess / August , 2017
[Mess is a Kansas City based band formed by: Allison Gliesman, Kevin Briody, Tanner Pinkerton and Evan Velasquez. Recorded in Edwardsville, Illinois at Bird Cloud Recording. Production and recording by Ryan Wasoba. Mastering by Joel Hatstat in Athens, Georgia.]

[Mess play Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept. 9 on the KCPT Stage at The Living Room Upstairs.]

11.Pageant Boys – “Last Rites”
from: Shadowboxing EP / The Record Machine / May 19, 2017
[On what was originally slated to be a short trip to Istanbul, Alex Sheppard started recording music with his girlfriend’s laptop and a bluetooth headphone mic. None of Sheppard’s previous musical efforts incorporated electronics in a major way; “It was born of necessity,” says Sheppard. The songs on his new EP, Shadowboxing, came out of those original sessions. The songs are a sensual and almost effervescent approach that combine R&B elements with electronic and processed instrumentation. While in Istanbul, Sheppard established a routine in collaborating with a close friend and poet. He said they developed a fairly specific daily routine for working on music, with the intent of finishing songs, regardless of their quality. “I would wake up at 8 in the morning and start the song and get the chord structure. And then at 10, he would wake up and I would show him what I had. I’d make breakfast, and then I’d show him the melody I wanted for the vocal line. He’d go down and start writing the lyrics, we’d eat breakfast, and he’d have the lyrics written after we got done with breakfast. At 1, I’d start recording the vocals. It was a good schedule.” Sheppard has been writing and recording for the last decade even though he is just in 20’s. Before Sheppard started performing and recording as Pageant Boys he released several albums as Alexandre. Shadowboxing is the maturation of Sheppard’s artistic vision and introduction to a larger audience.]

[Pageant Boys play Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept. 9 on KCPT Stage at The Living Room Upstairs.]

6:00 PM to 2:00 AM — 13th Annual Crossroads Music Fest
Diverse Music on 12 Stages, Including nearly 60 Bands All in 3 Blocks (5 All Ages Stages)

7:00 PM to 12:00 PM — Barley Bus will be shuttling in a loop

12 & Under are FREE in 5 All Ages Stages Must be accompanied by Parent or Guardian

Festival Pass is $20.00 in Advance / $25.00 AT GATE
VIP Festival Pass is $75.00 Advance / $90.00 AT GATE

For more information, or to get advance tickets, visit: http://www.cmfkc.com.

Lost Cowgirl Records Stage @ Living Room Downstairs – 1818 McGee St – All Ages
Lost Cowgirl Records Showcase
The Black Mariah Theater 11:15 to 12:00
Barclay Martin 9:45 to 10:30
Julie Bennett Hume 8:15 to 9:00
Jenna & Martin 6:45 to 7:30

11:12 – Lost Cowgirl Records Showcase

12. Jenna McCarty – “Love Havin’ Company”
from: Love Havin’ Company / Jenna Rae / 2017 – Unreleased track
[Kansas City based singer-songwriter who is a guitarist and songwriter for Jenna & Martin with musician Martin Farrell Jr.. Jenna also plays banjo in the band Deadeye.. She is also a guitarist and songwriter for the 6-piece Lawrence based western band Playing For Horses.]

[Jenna & Martin play Crossroads Music Fest, Saturday, September 9, at 6:45 at The Living Room Theatre Downstairs, for the Lost Cowgirl Records Showcase.]

13. Barclay Martin Ensemble – “Dance in the Rain”
from: Pools That Swell With The Rain / Independent / September 24, 2010
[Barclay Martin on guitar and vocals, Mark Lowrey on piano, Giuliano Mignucci on drums, and Rick Willoughby on bass.]

[Barclay Martin plays Crossroads Music Fest, Saturday, September 9, at 9:45 at The Living Room Theatre Downstairs, for the Lost Cowgirl Records Showcase.]

[Barclay Martin Ensemble play recordBar, Sun, Sept 10 a farewell show as Barclay leaves for Spain.]

Boveri Realty Stage @ Collection – 1532 Grand Blvd – All Ages

Ayllu 11:30 12:30
Carswell & Hope 10:00 11:00
Hot Club KC 8:30 9:30
American Slim 7:15 8:00
Broderick Jones 6:00 6:45


14. Carswell & Hope – “Drinking At Crossroads”
from: Carswell & Hope / Silly Goose Records / April 14, 2014
[Debut recording from Lawrence, Kansas band, Nick Carswell, Jason Slote, Dan Hines, Austin Quick. Nick Carswell is a founding member of InterUrban ArtHouse. Silly Goose Records (SGR) was originally founded in Ireland in 2010, by Irish musician and songwriter Nick Carswell. The label released several records and supported bands, coordinating national tours, media and television appearances and PR campaigns. Carswell relocated to Kansas in 2011 and began working with local musicians through the Barrel House piano bar in downtown Lawrence. In January 2013, Silly Goose Records was re-imagined as an independent collective, where artists could collaborate and come together to share experience and resources. Within their first year, bands in the collective have released several EPs, produced and recorded online videos, recorded full-length albums and even incorporated as LLCs. More details at http://www.sillygooserecords.org.]

[Carswell & Hope play Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept 9, at 7:45 PM, at MOD Gallery, 1809 McGee.]

11:23 – Normal Human – Singer Songwriter Roundtable with Diana Lynn

Californos Westport Stage @ Normal Human – 1815 McGee – All Ages MC Diana Linn

Jubilee 1:45 to 12:00
Kyle Reid, Dan Bliss, AJ Young 10:30 to 11:45
Brad Cunningham, Ivy, Savanna Chestnut 9:00 to 10:15
Sara Morgan, Tyler Giles, Tom Hall 7:30 to 8:45
Jessica Paige, Kelly Hunt, Tyler Gregory 6:00 to 7:15


15. Tyler Gregory – “Soft Tune Reminding of Home”
from: Roots Below / Mudstomp Records / October 24, 2014
[2nd full length album from Lawrenve Kansas based singer-songwriter, guitarist, banjo player, stomp box player, one-man-band. Tyler Gregory mixture of roots and blues music howls with a sense of passion and freedom. Tyler Gregory has proven himself to be a songwriter and performer that connects with people of all ages. His carefully crafted lyrics and contagious melodies have been heard bellowing across the country. “Tyler Gregory has earned a reputation as the best act in town, with good reason. The musical magician has a sonorous, resounding voice that demands every listeners’ attention, and the multi-tasking powers to stomp a percussion beat while plucking and strumming at a guitar.” – Examiner (Lawrence, KS)]

[Tyler Gregory plays Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept 9, at 6:00 PM, at Normal Human, 1815 McGee.]

16. Ivy – “All The Above”
from: Bad Intuition / Ivy / April 14, 2016
[Debut recording from Kansas City native singer songwriter, who plays piano and guitar, and produces beats. Her style ranges from R & B, Neo Soul, Hip Hop, Acoustic, and Pop. She has performed on stage at Lincoln Center in NYC, regional Festivals, Los Angeles, and collaborates with film and performance. Written and produced by Ivy. More info at http://www.itsjustivy.com]

[Ivy plays Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept 9, at 9:00 PM, at Normal Human, 1815 McGee.]

17. Kyle Reid & the Low Swinging Chariots – “Shot of Whiskey (Live)”
from: Alright, Here We Go… / Kyle Reid / September 9, 2014
[Kyle Reid leads his band, the Low Swingin’ Chariots, in a joyful revelry of original swing tunes, as well as classic New Orleans, Gypsy Jazz, and Western Swing tunes. Reid’s original tunes sound at once familiar yet new and exciting, blending well with the classic standards played by the group and the low, sonorous quality of Reid’s voice is well balanced by the hot accents of the rhythm section and the sweet melodies of the brass section. The band is made up of accomplished, nationally touring local musicians, all hand picked by Reid for their prowess, creativity, and camaraderie.]

[Kyle Reid plays Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept 9, at 10:30 PM, at Normal Human, 1815 McGee.]

11:44 – Underwriting

Green Lady Stage @ Green Lady Lounge – 21+ – 1809 Grand

New Transition Quartet 10:30 to 2:30
Organ Jazz Trio 6:00 to 10:00
Roger Wilder & Lisa Henry 2:30 to 5:30


18. Kansas City Jazz Orchestra w/ Lisa Henry – “You Make Me Feel So Young”
from: Take One / Kansas City Jazz Orchestra / 2005
[Kansas City based Jazz vocalist Lisa Henry has played all over the world including South Africa, Argentina, Mozambique, Mumbai India. Lisa began her early singing career in the Baptist Church at the age of 6. By age 12, she had been exposed to the music of Billie Holiday and Miles Davis. Having heard the improvisational magic of Billie and Miles, Lisa turned to jazz, and has been a narrator of the art form ever since. Her professional jazz career began in the nightclubs of Kansas City at age 17. She was mentored by the great Hammond B-3 player, Everette Devan, and cut her big band “teeth”, performing with the Vince Bilardo Big Band and Steve Miller Orchestra. Lisa Henry is an artist of vast accomplishments, both in and outside the realm of performance. These accomplishments include the recently televised PBS Special: In Performance at the White House, First runner-up in the Thelonious Monk International Jazz Vocals Competition, International Jazz Ambassador to Africa, CD recordings, BET documentaries, and recognition as an international clinician and adjudicator. “She’s just fantastic! A beautiful voice, and man can she swing!” –Rosemary Clooney]

[Lisa Henry & Roger Wilder play Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept 9, at 2:30, at Green Lady Lounge]

Josey Records VIP Venue @ Hilliard Gallery – All Ages

Crystal Rose & Duncan Burnett 10:00 to 10:20
TBA & TBA 8:00 to 8:20

MARCHING COBRAS 8:30 to 8:45
March from 19th & McGee up to street between The Living Room & MOD


Neighborhood Tourist Development Fund
Kissick Construction
Josey Records
Boveri Realty Group
Missouri Bank
KJug Guitars

Beverage / Food Sponsors:
Boulevard Brewing Co.
Central States Brewing Company

Media Partners:
Ink KC
90.9 FM The Bridge

Community Partners:
KC America’s Creative Crossroads
Midwest Music Foundation

Black Dolphin Stage @ Black Dolphin – 1813 Grand Blvd – 21+

The Project H 9:00 to 12:00
The MGDs 5:30 to 8:30

19. The Project H – “Not A Person”
from: We Live Among The Lines / Independent / September 8, 2014
[3rd release from collective that includes: Clint Ashlock on trumpet, Ryan Heinlein on trombone, Brett Jackson on woodwinds, Matt Leifer on drums, Andrew Ouellette on keys, Dominique Sanders on bass, Jeff Stocks on guitars. Record, mixed and mastered by Duane Trower, Weights and Measures Soundlab, KC, MO.]

[The Project H play Crossroads Music Fest, Sat, Sept. 9 at 9:00 pm at Black Dolphin, 1813 Grand.]

For more information, or to get advance tickets, visit: http://www.cmfkc.com

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

Next week, on Wednesday September 13, D. Rashaan Gilmore, who is one of the new Hosts & Producers of The Tenth Voice on 90.1 FM KKFI, joins us to talk about his life, activism and radio. In our second hour we’ll talk with Kansas City based singer songwriter Erica Joy.

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

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