#725 – March 14, 2018 Playlist

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, March 14, 2018

New & MidCoastal Releases
+ Richard Alan Nichols + Spencer Brown aka Daisy Buckët

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

2. Eels – “Today is the Day”
from: The Deconstruction / E Works / April 6, 2018
[12th studio abum release from American rock band, formed in California in 1995 by singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Mark Oliver Everett, known by the stage name E. Band members have changed across the years, both in the studio and on stage, making Everett the only official member for most of the band’s work. Eels’ music is often filled with themes about family, death, and lost love. In 1991, Everett signed a with Polydor and released A Man Called E under the name E. This was followed by Broken Toy Shop in 1993 and marked the beginning of E’s collaboration with drummer Jonathan “Butch” Norton. Eels were officially founded when Butch and E met Tommy Walter. Eels were one of the first to sign with DreamWorks Records, followed by Elliott Smith. In 1996, the band released their breakthrough debut album Beautiful Freak.]

3. The UK’s – “The Poison Squad”
from: The Poison Squad – Single / The UK’s / March 9, 2018
[KCMO based alternative-garage rock, 5-piece band formed in 2010 with Noah Bartelt on vocals & guitar; Scott Combs on guitar & vocals; Nick Brown on bass; and Tarquin Eugene Kellough on keyboards, guitar & vocals; and Kyle Braun on drums. The UK’s have hosted and performed in benefit concerts for Joplin Aid and for Red Cross Hurricane Sandy Relief, and Camp Quality, an organization to help children with cancer.]

[The UK’s are in Austin, TX for SXSW and play The MidCoast Takeover presented by Midwest Music Foundation, at The Shangri La, 1016 E. 6th Street, Thursday, March 15, at 8:15 pm.]

[The UK’s play The Rino, 314 Armour Rd, North Kansas City, Fri, April 6, w/ Kid Computer, Quasar.]

[The UK’s play miniBar, 3810 Broadway, Sat, April 7, with The Sexy Accident, and The Hollow Ends.]

4. Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear – “Childhood Goodbye”
from: Childhood Goodbye – Single / Glassnote Records / March 9. 2018
[First single from their upcoming EP. Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear have garnered international acclaim, and new fans from all over the world. They signed with Glassnote Records and recorded their debut full length album in Nashville with acclaimed producer Jim Abiss. They performed their debut single “Silent Movies” on The Late Show with David Letterman, they’ve toured across the United States, and Europe, more than once. They were featured on CBS Sunday Morning, NBC’s The Today Show, and “Later With Jools Holland and played Bonnaroo, Pilgramage, and the Newport Folk Festival, and the Ryman Theatre, in Nashville. Ruth Ward has continually performed throughout her life, mostly in coffee shops and open mics, for over 30 years, even recording a solo record. In the midst of this she got married and became a mom, and was busy raising a family. Madisen Ward was born in Oklahoma, and grew up in the outskirts of Kansas City, Missouri. He graduated from William Chrisman High School in 2007. Madisen’s journey to become a musician, was “melodically passed down” through the songs of his mother, where Madisen grew up watching his mom perform at local coffee shops. Eventually he began to learn to play the guitar, and poured his talent for writing into the music to create original songs. They began playing Madisen’s original songs along with the occassional cover of a classic track, reinterpreted in their own incredibly beautiful performace of two voices and two guitars in harmony and orchestration. Their debut album, The Skeleton Crew, was released May 9, 2015 and was our most played record that year and was #1 on WMM’s The 115 Best Recordings of 2015.]

[Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear play Boulevardia, Friday night, June 15.]

5. Making Movies – “Montána”
from: I Am Another You / Making Movies / May 26, 2017
[3rd full length release: from KC 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. Upon th erelease of this album Making Movies kicked off a 22-date Immigrants Are Beautiful Tour, a celebration of solidarity in the face of fear-mongering and hate. Frontman Enrique Chi shared, “It’s time to realize we are all part of this continuum, this beautifully flawed human race that has migrated from every continent to bring us all the beauty we enjoy today.” The band’s social statement is straightforward enough that they can express it in four words: “We Are All Immigrants.” In supporting that cause, a portion of all proceeds from the album and tour go to the National Immigration Law Center. Enrique Chi, describes, “since making the album, the tides have shifted and the underbelly of systematic racism has reared its ugly head. It is no longer time to be silent is time for us to raise our voices.” The quartet has toured with Arcade Fire, Thievery Corporation, Cold War Kids, Los Lobos, Ozomatli, Tennis, Sergio Mendoza of Calexico, Rodrigo y Gabriela, and Hurray for the Riff Raff.]

[Making Movies play The Uptown Theatre, Friday, March 16, opening for Galactic.]

6. Carswell & Hope – “Seraphine”
from: Exit Plan EP / Silly Goose Records / May 22, 2018
[Music by Carswell & Hope. Lyrics by Nick Carswell. Produced & mixed by Jason Slote & Nick Carswell. Mastered by Michael Fossenkemper @ TurtleTone Studio NYC. Lawrence KS based 5-piece band formed June 25, 2012. The band is: Nick Carswell, Jason Slote, Austin Quick, Chris Handley, and Jordan Tucker. Songwriter Nick Carswell is originally from Ireland and has found a new home on the plains of Kansas.]

[Carswell & Hope play Songs From Ireland Fri, Mar 16, 8 PM at Liberty Hall, 644 Mass St, Lawrence, KS, w/: Kelly Hunt , Katlyn Conroy. Proceeds to support The Willow Domestic Violence Center.]

[Carswell & Hope play St Paddy’s Day Cure! Sun, Mar 18, 3:00pm at Holy Cow Market & Music, 3109 Gillham Rd, KCMO]

7. Joan As Policewoman – “Tell Me”
from: Damned Devotion / Play It Again Sam / February 9, 2018
[Joan As Police Woman, is Joan Wasser, born July 26, 1970), she is an American musician, singer-songwriter and producer. She began her career playing violin with the Dambuilders and played with Black Beetle, Antony and the Johnsons, and Those Bastard Souls. Since 2004 she has released her solo material as Joan As Police Woman. She has released five regular studio albums, one EP, a number of singles and a collection of covers. Throughout her career, she has regularly collaborated with other artists as a writer, performer and arranger. “Tell Me,” is the first single from the new album. Joan Wasser talked about its plea for openness and intimacy, “I am always wanting more intimate dialogue,” she says. “Fear of being vulnerable, future tripping and feelings of shame, paranoia and jealousy get in the way. You got to separate now what’s real, what’s not real – stop using jealousy (not real) as a way to avoid having to clarify and tell me what you really want (real). Why don’t we try trusting each other enough to be fully transparent? What is there to lose?”]

8. Grand Marquis – “Brighter Days”
from: Brigher Days / King Forward Revords / April 28, 2018
[KC based American Roots, Blues, & Prohibition Jazz band, formed in 1998 have released 7 albums, including a 7” 45 rpm vinyl recorded at legendary Sun Studio in Memphis, TN. The band is: Ben Ruth on upright bass, sousaphone, backing vocals; Chad Boydston on trumpet, backing vocals; Ryan Wurtz on electric and acoustic guitars; Trevor Turla on trombone, backing vocals; Fritz Hutchison on drums, backing vocals; Bryan Redmond on lead vocals, soprano, alto, tenor & baritone saxophones.]

[Grand Marquis play The Brick, Friday March 16, at 9:00 pm with Grand Avenue, and Ruckus.]

[Grand Marquis play The Westport Saloon, Saturday, March 17, St. Patty’s Day!at 2:00 pm – 6:00 PM]

[Grand Marquis play an Album Release Show, Saturday, April 28, with Victor and Penny at 8:30 PM, Grand Marquis at 9:45 PM and Brandon Philips and Brandon Phillips and The Condition at 11:30 PM]

10:30 – Underwriting

10:32 – Interview with Richard Alan Nichols

Richard Alan Nichols, is a Kansas City based professional actor, director, and teacher. As an actor he has worked extensively in New York, St. Louis and Kansas City. He has performed at Missouri Repertory Theatre, The Unicorn Theatre, American Heartland Theatre, The Coterie Theatre, Quality Hill Playhouse and Metroplitan Ensembe Theatre. He was the recipient of the 1999 Drama Desk award for best supporting actor for his performance as Candy in Of Mice And Men at The Coterie Theatre. He founded The Actor’s-Craft Studio in 1987 where he has been teaching multiple acting classes for over 30 years. Richard Alan Nichols, studied as a scholarship student for five years with Uta Hagen at the HB Studio in New York. He has just released a new book, To Act Is To Do, (39 West Press) a guide for both actors and teachers. Richard Alan Nichols will read selections from his new book, To Act Is To Do, at a special Book Release & Reception, Sunday, March 18, at 4:00 pm, at Just Off Broadway Theatre, 3051 Penn Valley Dr., KCMO.

Richard Alan Nichols, thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

I first Richard Alan Nichols in June of 1986, at the old Unicorn Theatre space at the building that was the Norman School just east of the SW Trafficway. He were directing a short one piece, from a collection of short pieces in the workshop production of playwright Frank Higgins’ “Heartland.” Richard Alan Nichols was wearing a sports watch around his neck, and was directing Laurie Larson in a piece that took place in a shopping mall. It was my favorite piece in the show.

Richard Alan Nichols was born on a farm in Kensington, Connecticut. At 11 years old his father died, and with his mother he moved away from the farm and into the town of Meriden, Connecticut. His Aunt Gertrude helped introduce him to the theatre. When he was 16 he saw Uta Hagen in the play “St. Joan,” by George Bernard Shaw, in a theatre in New Haven.

1953, when he was 18 years old, he found himself studying theatre at Boston University. He writes in his book about how the 1950s were all about emotion, “method” acting. At Boston University he met Olympia Dukakis. At Boston University he also met his wife Joanna.

In 1957 he and Joanna moved to New York City. In April 1958 his son Peter was born. In 1959 he was accepted into the HB Studios to study with Uta Hagen. The HB Studio was run by Uta Hagen and Herbert Berghof. In 1962 Uta Hagen won a Tony Award for her portrayal of Martha in Edward Albee’s play “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”

In 1967 Richard Alan Nichols moved to St. Louis and worked with his wife Joanna teaching Viola Spolin’s Theatre Games and also creating their own performing theatre troupe that even included their 14 year old son.

In 1973 the American Psychiatric Association voted to remove homosexuality from its list of mental disorders. This came as a relief to Alan, who decided to be open about his sexuality and “come out.” Alan had been hiding his sexual orientation all of his life, living in the closet, he now wanted to be honest about his life.

In 1978 Richard Alan Nichols found himself divorced, and tired of working in improvisation. A friend encouraged him to audition for The Missouri Repertory Theatre, now the KC Rep. This is what brought him to Kansas City. In 1980 he met visual artist and set and costume designer Atif Rome who became his life partner.

In 1985 he started Actors-Craft Studio, at first in the Westport Allen Center, then in a space on West 39th street that was being rented by The Unicorn Theatre that is now a parking lot for Missy B’s. Actor’s Craft then moved into a three story house on Warwick, where he not only held multiple classes but also produced several shows including Connections and Incidents, written by Eric Adler, The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me by David Drake, and two original plays he wrote called Land, and Detours with all characters played by students. In 2001 Actors Craft reopened in South Hyde Park. More info at: http://www.actorscraftstudio.com

Richard Alan Nichols is a professional actor, director, and teacher. Some acting credits include: The View From The Bridge, Qed, The Giver, Tuesdays With Morrie, Proof, Rainmaker, Small Craft Warnings, Slight Defect, A Desert Holiday, Light:Damage, Over The River And Through The Woods, Prelude To A Kiss, Desert Holiday, An American Daughter, Keely and Du, The Sum Of Us, A Walk In The Woods, Frankie & Johnny In The Clair De Lune, The Normal Heart, Breaking The Code, A Christmas Carol. Directing credits include: Spring Awakening, The Glass Menagerie, All My Sons, Ti Jean Blues, Excerpts, Al Dente, Kissing Marianne, Three X Romulus Linney, There Are More Things…, Eight Easy Pieces, Rocks Can Float, The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me, Potluck, Land, On The Verge, Reckless, Connections, and Incidents. Richard Alan Nichols understudied at The New Theatre for Joel Rooks in Say Goodnight Gracie; Jack Kllugman in Aspirin & Elephants; Gary Burghoff in Marvin and Mel; and Paul Michael in Over the River and Through the Woods.

To Act Is To Do by Richard Alan Nichols, who studied as a scholarship student for five years with Uta Hagen at the HB Studio in New York, is the ultimate guide for both actors and teachers. In six informative and interactive class sessions, Nichols details twenty exercises designed to solve most acting problems that arise while working on plays. Also included are eighteen evaluations of work (scenes, monologues, and Hagen exercises) presented by Nichols’ students, with each evaluation serving as a model for teachers to follow in order to assist actors in learning how to assess their own work in an honest way. This unique exploration—the personal journey of one actor’s lifelong quest to perfect his craft while in pursuit of becoming a player—will help all actors develop the discipline necessary to fine-tune their acting instruments and discover new behaviors in themselves.

Richard Alan Nichols will read selections from his new book, To Act Is To Do, at a special Book Release & Reception, Sunday, March 18, at 4:00 pm, at Just Off Broadway Theatre, 3051 Penn Valley Dr., KCMO. http://www.justoffbroadway.org, http://www.actorscraftstudio.com, http://www.39westpress.com

11:00 – Station I.D.

9. Lovergurl – “My Body”
from: The President is a Sex Offender / Lovergurl / May 19, 2017
[The Kansas City based 4-piece band, Lovergurl caught our ear with their synth pop sound and lyrics reflecting social and political messages with hip hop and punk elements. Keyboardist and vocalist, Stephanie Bankston was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. She is a graduate of The University of Missouri. She moved abroad in her 20s, and lived in Seoul, Korea, where she played in a mostly female band called BaekMa (“White Horse”). Stephanie returned to Kansas City in the Fall 2015. Brook Worlledge, is 25 years old and is a Kansas City native. She is the band’s drummer and she sings and writes songs for the band. Brook is a defender of the proletariat. Brook’s influences range from Yhe B-52s, The Velvet Underground, and The Brian Jonestown Massacre. Lovergurl guitarist and vocalist, Heather Andrews is also 25. She was born and raised in Rhode Island, and moved to Kansas City in 2011 and fell in love with the city.]

[Lovergurl plays miniBar, 3810 Brdwy, Tues, Mar 20, 10pm w/Lavender Daughter, The Black Creatures]

10. The Black Creatures – “Element”
from: Elements – Single / The Black Creatures / February 14, 2018
[The Black Creatures are a dark pop hip-hop musical duo from Kansas City, Missouri pulling elements from sci-fi to tell an inter-dimensional story. Xavier Martin and Jade Beomh released their debut album, See No Evil, on December 6, 2017.]

[The Black Creatures plays miniBar, 3810 Brdwy, Tues, Mar 20, 10pm w/Lavender Daughter, Lovergurl.]

11. Chloe Jacobson – “National News”
from: National News – Single / Chloe Jacobson / January 20, 2017
[First single from Kansas City, Missouri based singer songwriter. Her soulful, bluesy vocals are colored with the pop cadence of aughts-era emo. Her first album release, titled “Frozen Fruit” is expected to drop early summer 2018 following with a midwest tour soon to be announced. More info at: http://www.chloejacobson.online]

[Chloe Jacobson plays The Riot Room, Tues, Mar 20 opening for Mt. Joy and Olivia Jean]

11:15 – Interview with Spencer Brown

Daisy Buckët photography by Vixen Pin-Up Photography

Daisy Buckët aka Spencer Brown joined us to talk about Daisy’s new solo album debut, “Pansy,” to be released this spring. The album of 10 tracks include five tracks recorded with Jeff Freling of Victor & Penny with Erin McGrane and the Loose Change Orchestra. There are also two tracks recorded with the KC psychedelic glam rock band The Philistines, and two original songs written for this album. This past year Daisy has performed with the Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus, shows in Ohio, Connecticut, and New York at the historic Duplex Cabaret, and Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Spencer Brown is a professional actor, singer, spokesmodel, super hero, and has appeared at The Unicorn Theatre, Late Night Theatre, The KC Fringe, Union Station, The Folly Theatre, Off Center Theatre, Just Off Broadway Theatre. Since 2008 Spencer has toured internationally and recorded several albums as a member of the acclaimed The Kinsey Sicks, America’s Favorite Dragapella Beautyshop Quartet. Most recently they were seen on Watch What Happens Live! With Andy Cohen and have been on tour with their critically-acclaimed show, Things You Shouldn’t Say.

Spencer Brown Thanks for being with us again on WMM.

“Pansy” Executive Producer: Spencer Brown & Amy Hull. Co-Producer: Michael Woo. Album Concept & Design: Brandon Shelton. Photography: Vixen Pin-Up Photography. All tracks recorded at Sound 81 Productions, Kansas City, Missouri. Mixing & Engineering: Justin Wilson


12. Daisy Buckët – “Stars Are Blind”
from: Pansy / Independent / July 25, 2017
[Executive Producer: Spencer Brown & Amy Hull. Co-Producer: Michael Wood. Album Concept & Design: Brandon Shelton. Photography: Vixen Pin-Up Photography. All tracks recorded at Sound 81 Productions, Kansas City, Missouri. Mixing & Engineering: Justin Wilson. Music/Lyrics: Fernando Garibay, Sheppard Solomon & Ralph McCarthy. Vocals: Daisy Buckët; Guitar: Jeff Freling; Drums: Brian Steever; Bass: Rick Willoughby; Organ: Ken Lovern; Tenor Saxophone: James Isaac.]

“Stars Are Blind” a song written for Paris Hilton that she released in 2004

Spencer writes: “As the title of the album suggests, this is a very gay record and I couldn’t be prouder of that. The songs that found their way to me knew they belonged and deserved to be included in this collection of unapologetically gay gems. So listener, if you find yourself lost in the madness of the world, I hope the music we’ve resuscitated and created here inspires you to pursue a life of fabulousness and fearlessness.”


1. “Stars are Blind”
Music/Lyrics: Fernando Garibay, Sheppard Solomon & Ralph McCarthy
Vocals: Daisy Buckët
Guitar: Jeff Freling
Drums: Brian Steever
Bass: Rick Willoughby
Organ: Ken Lovern
Tenor Saxophone: James Isaac

2. “Balls of Brass”
Lyrics by Spencer Brown
All Vocals: Daisy Buckët
Track Engineer: Grizzly Beats

3. “Long, Long Time”
Music/Lyrics: Ruth Wallis
Vocals: Daisy Buckët
Guitar: Jeff Freling
Drums: Brian Steever
Bass: Rick Willoughby
Piano: Ken Lovern
Clarinet: James Isaac

4. “They Don’t Know”
Music/Lyrics: Kirsty MacColl
Vocals: Daisy Buckët
Backing Vocals: Kimmie Queen, Cody Wyoming
Guitar: Cody Wyoming
Drums: Steve Gardels
Guitar: Rod Peal
Piano: Josh Mobley
Bass: Barry Kidd

5. “What Makes a Man”
Music/Lyrics: Bradford Craig & Charles Aznavour
Vocals: Daisy Buckët
Guitar: Jeff Freling
Drums: Brian Steever
Bass: Rick Willoughby
Piano & Accordion: Ken Lovern
Clarinet: James Isaac

6. “I’ll Be With You in Apple Blossom Time”
Music/Lyrics: Albert von Tilzer & Neville Fleeson
Vocal Arrangement: Jeff Manabat
Vocals: Daisy Buckët & Molly Hammer
Guitar: Jeff Freling
Ukulele: Erin McGrane
Drums: Brian Steever
Bass: Rick Willoughby
Organ: Ken Lovern

7. “Hot Nuts”
Music/Lyrics: Lil Johnson
Additional Lyrics: Spencer Brown
Vocals: Daisy Buckët, Jeff Freling, & Erin McGrane
Guitar: Jeff Freling
Ukulele: Erin McGrane
Drums: Brian Steever
Bass: Rick Willoughby
Clarinet: James Isaac

8. “Pansy”
Music & Lyrics: Spencer Brown & Erik Jansen
Vocals: Daisy Buckët
Piano: Erik Jansen

9. “Friday Night in the Castro”
Music & Lyrics: Andrew Lippa
Additional Lyrics: Spencer Brown
Vocals: Daisy Buckët
Track Engineer: Jeff Eubank

10. “Only Women Bleed
“Music & Lyrics: Alice Cooper & Dick Wagner
Vocals: Daisy Buckët
Guitar: Cody Wyoming
Drums: Steve Gardels
Guitar: Rod Peal
Piano: Josh Mobley
Bass: Barry Kidd
Tambourine: Kimmie Queen

The title track: “Pansy” is one of several originals on the album. Music & Lyrics: Spencer Brown & Erik Jansen. Vocals: Daisy Buckët. Piano: Erik Jansen

Daisy Buckët will be on stage tonight for: Hard Candy Kansas City with BeBe Zahara Benet, the first winner of RuPaul’s Drag Race, at Missie B’s on West 39th Street with two shows at 7:00 and 9:00 pm. And on Monday, March 21, Daisy is guest starring in Late Night Theatre Presents: The Kraft, the first show of their 20th Anniversary season also at Missy B’s, 805 West 39th Street, KCMO.

More info at http://www.kinseysicks.com, http://www.missdaisybucket.com


13. Daisy Buckët – “Pansy”
from: Pansy / Independent / July 25, 2017
[Executive Producer: Spencer Brown & Amy Hull. Co-Producer: Michael Wood. Album Concept & Design: Brandon Shelton. Photography: Vixen Pin-Up Photography. All tracks recorded at Sound 81 Productions, Kansas City, Missouri. Mixing & Engineering: Justin Wilson. Music & Lyrics: Spencer Brown & Erik Jansen. Vocals: Daisy Buckët, and on Piano: Erik Jansen]

11:44 – Underwriting

14. Nuthatch-47 – “Moscow Mule”
from: Moscow Mule / Nuthatch-47 / January 1, 2018
[Kansas City based 7-piece band fronted by Maksim Kunakhovich who told KCUR FM that, “Russia is my mother and America is my wife.” His distinctive contributions make Nutchatch-47 one of the funniest and most musically unique bands in the Kansas City area.]

[Nuthatch-47 play the Californos 30th Anniversary Party, Saturday, March 17 with Joseph Warren and the Wanderlust Revival, 2 Sonn Green and More.]

[Nuthatch-47 play recordBar 1520 Grand Ave. Friday, March 23, at 10:00 pm with Drop A Grand, and The Golden Web.]

15. The Matchsellers – “Too Late (Everybody Died)”
from: BLUEGRASTRONAUTS / The Matchsellers / March 16, 2018
[3rd full length release from classically trained violinist Julie Bates from Kansas City, and a Chicago blues guitarist from Warsaw, Indiana, Andrew Morris. The Matchsellers have traveled the US and Europe developing their brand of off the wall bluegrass & old-time music. In 2017 they began collaborating with two of the Midwest’s finest musicians, Chad Graves a dobro player that has been featured in Rolling Stone and The Bluegrass Situation, and Betsey Beymer a much sought after bassist from Lakin, KS.]

[The Matchsellers play a special Bluegrastronauts Release Show on Thursday, March 15, at 7:00 PM at Westport Coffee House, 4010 Pennsylvania Ave, KCMO.]

16. Josesph Warren and the Wanderlust Revival – “Love The Wander”
from: The Greenwood Demos / Joseph Warren / November 4, 2017
[Based out of Kansas City, Missouri, Joseph Warren & the Wanderlust Revival is a unique caravan of midwestern roamers. Joseph Warren Wheeler on vocals, tenor guitar, guitar, & banjo; Bill Wald on bass, Jake Gronbeck on drums & percussion, Eva Louise Hall on vocals. More info at: http://www.thewanderlustrevival.com]

[Joseph Warren and the Wanderlust Revival play the Californos 30th Anniversary Party, Saturday, March 17 with, 2 Son Green and Nuthatch-47.]

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

Next week on March 21, Brenton Cook joins us as Guest Producer for our first hour, playing musical discoveries from SXSW 2018. Also next week, CS Luxem joins us LIVE in our 90.1 FM Studios.

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

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Show #725

Richard Alan Nichols photo from Larry F. Levenson Photography
Daisy Buckët photography by Vixen Pin-Up Photography