WMM Playlist from July 11, 2018

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Music From Lawrence Field Day Fest 2018
+ Fally Afani of I Heart Local Music +
Liz Jeans of The Human Touch

1. “Main Title Instrumental – It’s Showtime Folks”
from: Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / Universal / Dec. 20, 1979 [WMM’s theme]

2. Helen Gillet – “I Live Off You”
from: Helkiase / Helen Gillet / July 6, 2018
[Cover of English punk band X-Ray Spex from Germfree Adolescents, released Nov. 10, 1978. Written by Polystyrene aka Marianne Joan Elliott-Said born July 3, 1957, a British musician, singer-songwriter, frontwoman for X-Ray Spex. She died of Metastatic Breast Cancer on April 25, 2011, at the age of 53.] [Originally from Leuven, Belgium and now based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Globe Trotting, multi-faceted, jazz-based cellist, singer, composer and improviser Helen Gillet is a “mixed bag” of musical influence. Downbeat Magazine recently nominated her a Rising Star in the 61st Annual Critic’s Poll. She believes music to be an expression of the honest human condition; performing an eclectic mix of French pop, Avant Garde Jazz, North Indian, Folk and Classical styles. Helen Gillet’s 2018 solo album is Inspired by Helkiase, a cure-all medicine invented by the nuns of Notre Dame à la Rose hospital in Lessines, Belgium. (The hospital was one of Europe’s longest continually operating hospitals founded in XIII’s century). Gillet’s latest music deals with the more recent personal layers of complicated grief and finding new strength, sense of humor and inspiration. This recording captures the current spirit of Gillet’s live performance and features her newest original songs “Slow Drag Pavageau” written about legendary dancer and New Orleans bassist Alcide Pavageau, as well as “You Found Me,” “Skin,” and “Vautour,”song inspired by Israeili composer and artist Naama Tsabar. All songs are performed by Helen Gillet using a Boss RC50 Loop station and mainly cello and voice. Tracks 7 “Tonnerre” and 4 “Helkiase” use a Moog Sub Fatty synthesizer and vinyl scratching of a famous 1940 General de Gaulle speech. Live studio sessions and evening concerts recorded by Andrew “Goat” Gilchrist at the House of 1Hz on March 8th and 9th 2018 in New Orleans, LA. Mastered by Bruce Barielle.

3. The Dear Misses – “All The Same”
from: All The Same – Single / Independent / June 19, 2018
[In early 2017 The Dear Misses releasd their first full length album, “Just Let Go,” written over the course of 4 years. TDM started as a side project for lead singer Todd Anderson and Guitarist Cody Stapleton and caught full sail upon the addition of Drummer Bret Collins in 2014 and Bassist Shane Berggren in Late 2015. This Lawrence Kansas based 4-piece band is made up of: Todd Anderson on lead vocals & rhythm guitar, Cody Stapleton on lead guitar & backing vocals, Bret Collins on drums, and Shane Berggren on bass. More information at: http://www.reverbnation.com/thedearmisses%5D

[The Dear Misses play The Granada Theatre, 1020 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas, Friday, August 24, at 7:00 pm, for the Vigil & Thieves “Make Sure They Hear You” Album Release Party, along with the bands Mess, Life Coach, and of course Vigil & Thieves.]

4. Belle & The Vertigo Waves – “Don’t Come Back”
from: Aligned / Drop Out Records / October 6, 2017
[Debut album from Belle & The Vertigo Waves is the sonic brainchild of Belle Loux. She resides in Kansas City, MO, and is slowly attempting world domination.”Aligned” is available on iTunes and all streaming services. The band recently played Middle of the Map Fest.]

[Belle and The Vertigo Waves play The Rino, 314 Armour Rd, North Kansas City, THursday, July 12, at 7:00 pm, with Carry Illinois, and Rachel Mallen.]

[Belle and The Vertigo Waves play Davey’s Uptown Rambler’s Club, 3402 Main St, KCMO, on Saturday, July 14 at 8:00 PM with The Monolithic, L.A. Jones, and Mene Mene.]

5. Amy Farrand & The Like – “Junk Man”
from: One / Amy Farrand / April 28, 2018
[Amy Farrand & The Like are Amy Farrand on lead vocals & guitar, Steve Tubbert on bass, Felix Dukes on drums, Kyle Dahlquist on keyboards & backing vocals, Stephan Jean-Francois on trumpet, and Katie Gilchrist on backing vocals. 11-song debut album was recorded with Duane Trower at Weights & Measures Soundlab. Amy Farrand plays over a dozen intruments, bass, drums, lap steel, guitar, she has hosted variety shows, and radio shows and has been a a member of the bands: American Catastrophe, Experimental Instrument Orchestra, Shotgun Idols, Sister Mary Rotten Crotch, Atlantic Fadeout, The Silver Maggies. One reviewer wrote of her, “Amy Farrand is a tough-as-nails vocalist making her an invaluable asset to any live act.”]

[Amy Farrand & The Like play the I Love KC Music Birthday Show, Friday, July 13, at Californio’s with The Philistines and Temp Tats.]

6. Andrea von Kampen – “Boots of Spanish Leather (Live)”
from: Boots of Spanish Leather (Live) – Single / Andrea von Kampen / January 15, 2018
[Lincoln, Nebraska based singer songwriter with over 5 million Spotify streams Andrea von Kampen has quickly established herself in the recording studio and on the road. Her deft guitar work and intuitive song construction display striking maturity, and her effortless vocal delivery has been praised by Hear Nebraska as “soulful and worn-in.” Andrea has shared the stage with Tall Heights, Esme Patterson, Gregory Alan Isakov, Dead Man Winter, John Moreland, Dead Horses, Gaelyn Lea, and more. She was featured as a finalist in NPR’s Tiny Desk Contest, and won Eddie’s Attic Open Mic Night in Decatur, GA. Her recent midwest tour included a live session at Audiotree in Chicago. The resulting recording is now available wherever music is sold and streamed, alongside Andrea’s studio EPs “Desdemona” and “Another Day.”]

[Andrea von Kampen plays recordBar, 1520 Grand Ave, on Friday, July 13, at 7:00 PM with Calvin Arsenia and Of Tree]

7. Keaton Conrad – “(If I Told You to) Stay”
from: (If I Told You to) Stay – single / Keaton Conrad / Expected July 20, 2018
[Keaton Conrad is a recording artist from Kansas City. He has been regarded as “exceptionally promising” (The Kansas City Star) and “making things happen on stages …with an engaging voice and passion for creating good music” (Ink Magazine).I n 2015, Keaton Conrad released his debut EP, Panic & Blame, which contained five original songs that were heavily inspired by the pop rock sound he grew up on. His first full-length album, Waves, followed in January 2017 which ranged in style from pop rock to hip-hop to ambient. Conrad’s newest single “(If I Told You to)Stay” is set to be released on July 20th, 2018. Conrad spent 2 years as the lead singer & keyboardist in the cover band ChangeUp, performing around KC. In 2015 he released a 5-song EP, Panic & Blame. ]

[Keaton Conrad plays The Dubliner, 170 East 14th Street, Downtown, on Friday, July 13.]

10:30 – Interview with Liz Jeans

Liz Jeans on the July 11, 2018 edition of Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI.

Liz Jeans received her Masters in Dance from the University of Oregon. Liz developed dance programs for the Performing Arts in Eugene, Oregon, and co-directed Powers & Jeans Dance Ensemble. Liz has performed in Los Angeles, Baghdad, Paris, Tokyo, and East Berlin. In 1988 she returned to KC to teach dance in the Visual Performing Arts School. In 2001 she developed a dance program for St. Teresa’s Academy. In 1997 Liz received her massage training certification from Mueller College in San Diego, California. Liz founded A Healing Touch to offer Therapeutic, Deep Tissue, Zen Body Therapy, Thai massage, plus Energy work, and Dog Massage. A Healing Touch hosts an “open house” July 15, 2 to 6:00 pm, at 4050 Pennsylvania, #302, with music from: Pickett, Paull & Jeans, art & poetry from Boni Tolson, and a monologue from Glendora Davis of Potluck Productions. More info at: 816-456-3671 / http://www.ahealingtouchkc.massagetherapy.com

Liz Jeans, thanks for being with us on Wednesday MidDay Medley

Liz’s first love was movement and dance, as a choreographer, dancer and teacher. She received her MA in dance from the University of Oregon, in Eugene, Oregon where she developed a Dance Program for the Community Center for the Performing Arts and co-directed POWERS & JEANS DANCE ENSEMBLE.

After a short debut in LA, she began an international escapade starting in Baghdad, during the Iran/Iraq war. She then moved to Paris where she danced at the historic Moulin Rouge. Liz also danced with Soho Productions in Tokyo and at the Friedreichstadt Palast in East Berlin while the Wall was still a very real aspect of German life.

In 1988, she returned to the US and taught dance in the Visual Performing Arts School for 7 years and in 2001 developed a dance program at St. Teresa’s Academy.

Liz combined her arts with the healing arts in 1997 and became a licensed massage therapist. She received her massage training from Mueller College in San Diego, CA.

Liz writes, “With my background in movement and body awareness as a dance educator, I know that if my body doesn’t feel good, I don’t feel good, that listening to my body is the first step to healing, and that taking care of my body is taking care of me. I know the importance of freedom of movement. Massage is an excellent step to creating a sense of well-being.”

In 2011, Liz expanded her repertoire to include animals, as they innately exude unconditional love, the core element of healing. Because they have no filters, their feedback is informative and useful in developing a stronger practice for both people and animals. Plus…. there are the benefits of unadulterated appreciation. She received her certification and began an internship at State Line Animal Hospital, where she continues to practice animal massage. Her clients include dogs and cats.

Liz founded A Healing Touch to offer Therapeutic, Deep Tissue, Zen Body Therapy, Thai massage, plus Energy work, and Dog Massage.

A Healing Touch hosts an “open house” July 15, 2 to 6:00 pm, at 4050 Pennsylvania, #302, with music from: Pickett, Paull & Jeans, art & poetry from Boni Tolson, and a monologue from Glendora Davis of Potluck Productions. More info at: 816-456-3671 / http://www.ahealingtouchkc.massagetherapy.com

10:45 – Underwriting

8. Westerners – “Dog Years”
from: Reoccurring Dream Theme / The Record Machine / July 14, 2017
[Debut full length album from Lawrence / Kansas City based band formed in August of 2013. The band includes: Mitch Hewlett, Josh Hartranft, Matthew Pesma and Brian Robertson. Westerners signed to Kansas City independent label The Record Machine in 2015.] [Westerners played an album release at Mills Record Co, Fri, July 7, w/ Shortsweather and at Love Garden Records, Lawrence, July 8, w/ No Magic, CS Luxem.]

[The Westerners play Lawrence Field Day Fest, Thursday, Juy 19, at 11:45 pm, at The Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

9. Emmaline Twist – “Oblivion”
from: Dissimulation / Black Site / Expected August 24, 2018
[Debut LP from Emmaline Twist, Kansas City’s Darkwave / Post-Punk / Shoegaze project. In 2017 the band released “Dissimulation 1,” four songs in digital format, their first since 2016’s single release of “Vega” b/w “Moon Eyes.” The band is Meredith McGrade on vocals & guitar, Kristin Conkright on bass, Jonathan Knecht on drums, and Krysztof Nemeth on baritone guitar. Recorded, Mixed, and Produced at Massive Sound by Paul Malinowski, and Mastered by Mike Nolte at Eureka Mastering.. Matched with compelling cover-art created by Amy Abshier. Emmaline Twist joins us on WMM on August 22.]

[Emmaline Twist play Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the Black Site Records Showcase, Saturday, July 21, at 7:00 pm, at The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

10. Lincoln Marshall – “Brave”
from: Wake / Datura Records / October 18, 2017
[Written By: Milkdrop & Approach. Produced, Sequenced, Recorded, Mixed & Mastered By: Aikido Bray at Prosidio Gardens in Lovely Lawrence, Kansas. Artwork, Layout and Design By: The Art My Life Imitates Equipment Used: ASR-10. Approach aka Sean Hunt reports that is is a collection of songs we recorded during the creation of “Weight/Water” albums. “Milk & I revisited these songs and felt like they are strong enough to release. We are in the final stages of finishing our new album “Wisdom” and wanted to give you a little something in the meantime.”

[Lincoln Marshall play Lawrence Field Day Fest, Saturday, July 21, at 12:30 am, at Replay Lounge, 946 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

11:00 – Station ID

11:00 – Fally Afani Guest Producer

Wednesday MidDay Medley is celebrating the 7th Annual Lawrence Field Day Fest, July 19-21, in Downtown Lawrence, Kansas, featuring over 60 bands at multiple venues: The Bottleneck, Jackpot Music Hall, The Replay Lounge, The 8th Street Taproom and more, with showcases from: I Heart Local Music, and Black Site Records. http://iheartlocalmusic.com/2018/06/18/i-heart-local-music-announces-field-day-fest-lineup-2/

Fally Afani on the July 11, 2018 edition Wednesday MidDay Medley on KKFI.

Fally Afani, is Editor & Founder of I Heart Local Music and she joins us for our entire second hour as Guest Producer to play music from Lawrence Field Day Fest. Fally Afani is an award-winning journalist with a career spanning more than 15 years in media. She has worked extensively in radio, television, newspapers, magazines, and more. Fally Afani’s work has been featured in magazines, newspapers, and television stations across Kansas. She received several Kansas Association of Broadcasters awards as well as an Edward R. Murrow award for her online work in journalism. I Heart Local Music is a place for music lovers in Lawrence to gather. It was started out of a deep love and appreciation for the local music scene. I Heart Local Music recently published their first print magazine edition. More information at: http://www.iheartlocalmusic.com

Fally Afani, thank you for being with us in Wednesday MidDay Medley.

11. Khrystal. – “Black Girl Magic”
from: Q u a r t e r C e n t u r y L i v i n g / Khrystal. / September 1, 2017
[Khrystal’s debut EP. Written and performed by Khrystal. Produced by Katheryne Johnson. Khrystal Coppage is Editor-in-Chief of Khorage Magazine. She served as Production Manager at UMKC University News from 2015 to 2016. She graduated from UMKC in 2016 where she studied Family Studies. She graduated from Kansas City Kansas Community College in 2013. She is a graduate of Sumner Academy of Arts & Science, in KCK. http://mixtapemonkey.com/2073/khrystal-q-u-a-r-t-e-r-c-e-n-t-u-r-y-l-i-v-i-n-g. Khrystal also released the three song EP, The Glow Up produced by Duncan Burnett on Novembr 7, 2017.

[Khrystal plays Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the I Heart Local Music Showcase, Friday, July 20, at 8:15 pm, at The Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

12. Serene Fiend – “Just Wont Go Away”
from: Sowing Discord / DK Records / Expected July 27, 2018
[Industrial pop-rock project from Lawrence, Kansas based Joel Bonner. Vocals, guitar, bass, synthesizers, Drum Programming, Mixing, Mastering by Joel Bonner. Written by Joel Bonner. I Heart Local Music calls Sowing Discord “warm and beautiful, wrapping you up its lush sound.” You can preview the new single from Sowing Discord here: https://youtu.be/nGdafcUz3Zw%5D

[Serene Fiend plays Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the I Heart Local Music Showcase, Friday, July 20, at 10:15 pm, at The Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

[Serene Fiend plays an ALBUM Release Friday, July 27 at 9:00 PM, at Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts St, Lawrence, Kansas, with The Philistines]

13. The Sluts – “Only One”
from: Only One / The Sluts / May 25, 2017
[5 song EP from the Lawrence based band The Sluts formed by Ryan Wise & Kristoffer Dover in 2011.]

[The Sluts play Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the I Heart Local Music Showcase, Friday, July 20, at 11:15 pm, at The Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

14. Bruiser Queen – “Sugar High”
from: Heavy High / Bruiser Queen / November 10, 2017
[St. Louis based Garage Pop Rock N Roll duo Bruiser Queen blend 21st Century punk stomp with 60’s girl group shimmy. Morgan Nusbaum’s vocals & guitar arrive on stage like a Riot Grrrl but bop to the beat of Jason Potter’s huge, dark drumming.]

[Bruiser Queen plays Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the I Heart Local Music Showcase, Friday, July 20, at 9:15 pm, at The Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

15. Young Mvchetes – “Maniq (Radio Edit)”
from: The Week / Young Mvchetes / April 7, 2018
[Rap duo from Topeka Kansas. All tracks were recorded in a week. A;; tracks were written by Young Mvchetes. All track were produced, mixed, and mastered by Young Mvchetes and Devon Hanna, with additional guitars by MAADCXMMANDER ON “Maniq.” 99.9% of shredding performed by Devon Hanna.]

[Young Mvchetes play Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the I Heart Local Music Showcase, Friday, July 20, at 12:15 pm, at The Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

11:27 – Underwriting

16. Duncan Burnett – “Black Boy Joy”
from: The Almighty EP / R.I.O.T LLC / May 4, 2018
[Olathe, Kansas based hip hop artist, singer, songwriter, producer, musician, drummer. From Tim Finn’s Back To Rockville(KC Star) Blog Sept. 9, 2015 – When he settled on hip-hop as his music genre, Duncan Burnett had two missions in mind. The first: Keep the messages positive. “I’m big on spirituality and being a positive influence,” he said. “When I started, my goal was to have my nieces and nephews be able to listen to their uncle’s music and love it and be able to repeat every line and lyric but also to have people my age relate to it.” His second mission was to provide live music during his performances. A trained drummer and percussionist, Burnett, 26, has been performing live since he was 7 years old. Live music, he said, is in his blood.][Duncan Burnett (Black Boy Joy, just released: http://iheartlocalmusic.com/2018/05/08/album-review-duncan-burnett-the-almighty-ep/%5D

[Duncan Burnett plays Lawrence Field Day Fest, Thursday, July 19, at 8: 00 pm, at The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

17. HighWesthus – “Burn (Radio Edit)”
from: HighWesthus – The Trilogy (Part I, II, III) / Datura Records / August 26, 2017
[Written and produced and performed by HighWesthus, and mixed and mastered by Leyone Tracks. HighWesthus was born Shaun Teamer, in Chicago, Illinose. He is now based in Kansas City. In October 2016 HighWesthus released Part III. The ILLU as the last official album of the Trilogy Set that began with the May 2015 release, Part I. The Dead, and continued with the November 2015 release, Part II. The Wise. Recently Lawrence based Datura Records in co-release with Whatever Forever, released all three parts as one 29 song collection. HighWesthus is a freelance multimedia artist living in Kansas City. He graduated from the Kansas City Art Institute in 2012 with a BFA in Animation. He is one of four owners of Strange Paper Studio, based in Kansas City. HighWesthus specializes in illistration, animation, graphic design, dideo editing, sound editing, music producing, writng and storytelling.][HighWesthus – http://iheartlocalmusic.com/2017/08/17/drop-everything-and-see-highwesthus/%5D

[HighWesthus plays Lawrence Field Day Fest, Thursday, July 19, at 12:00 am, at The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

18. Vigil and Thieves – “Ladylike”
from: Make Sure They Hear You / Vigil and Thieves / August 24, 2018
[Kansas City based 4-piece band with Sarah Storm on vocals, guitar, & keyboards; Steph Castor on guitar; Matthew Muckenthaler on bass, and Andrew Flaherty on drums.]

[Vigil and Thieves play Lawrence Field Day Fest,, Saturday, July 21, at 11:15 pm, at The Jackpot Music Hall, 943 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

[Vigil and Thieves play a “Make Sure They Hear You” Album Release Party at The Granada Theatre, 1020 Massachusetts Street, Lawrence, Kansas, Friday, August 24, at 7:00 pm, with the bands The Dear Misses, Mess, Life Coach, and of course Vigil & Thieves.]

19. Chess Club – “Thick”
from: Hit The Ball / Black Site / June 9, 2018
[Lawrence Kansas based Emo / math pop band with Griffin Nelson on guitar & vocals, Cooper Avery on drums, and David Krejci on bass.][Chess Club – http://iheartlocalmusic.com/2018/06/26/album-review-chess-club-hit-the-ball/%5D

[Chess Club play Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the Black Site Records Showcase, Saturday, July 21, at 6:00 pm, at The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

20. Wick & The Tricks – “Drama Queen”
from: Not Enough 7″ Vinyl EP / Black Site / October 14, 2017
[Wick & the Tricks are a 4-piece punk band from Kansas City. On this recording: Wick Trick on vocals & sleaze, Chris Stallion on guitar, Jane Asylum on bass & vocals, and JoJo Tornado on drums. The new EP was recorded and mixed by Justin Mantooth at Westend Recording Studios.]

[Wick & The Tricks play Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the Black Site Records Showcase, Saturday, July 21, at 8:00 pm, at The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

21. Red Kate – “Iraqi Girl”
from: Iraqi Girl – Single / Too Much Rock / February 24, 2018
[L. Ron Drunkard – bass/lead vocalist, Andrew Whelan – Drums/Vocals, Desmond Poirier – guitar/vocals. Sid Sowder, founder of Too Much Rock, a music blog site he created in 1997 to share his photos, videos & comments of live music shows he attends. The Too Much Rock Singles Series is a collection of 45 rpm singles that marry great songs with great bands all for the love of vinyl. Each old-school two-song single features one unique song paired with one cover chosen by Too Much Rock who press 500 limited edition copies and then simply give them to the band. Schwervon!, Rev Gusto, Josh Berwanger Band, The Uncouth, Hipshot Killer, and Witch Jail have all recorded for the Too Much Rock Single Series. More info at: http://www.toomuchrock.com. //// Red Kate is proud to announce the release of a new single on local label, Too Much Rock. As with all records in the Singles Series, this old-school, 45 rpm ripper contains one original track and one cover selected by the label. Side A, Iraqi Girl, is a grinding statement on American foreign policy, while side B follows suit with a cover of the TSOL song, American Zone. This frank indictment of how we treat those sent off to impose that foreign policy is as relevant today as it was in 1984. American Zone marks the first recording with the band’s newest member, rhythm guitarist Shaun Hamontree, whose contribution to the effort also includes his arresting, if not disturbing, cover art invoking the devastating reality of a war widow’s scrap book. /// Both tracks were recorded at Weight and Measures Soundlab where engineer Duane Trower and producer L. Ron Drunkard have perfected Red Kate’s sonic signature. And like all 7” releases by the band, the covers were printed locally by the good folks of the Allied Printing and Trades Local 16C at Callander Printing in Kansas City, KS][http://iheartlocalmusic.com/2018/03/12/review-red-kate-iraqi-girlamerican-zone-singles/]

[Red Kate plays Lawrence Field Day Fest, for the Black Site Records Showcase, Saturday, July 21, at 10:00 pm, at The Bottleneck, 737 New Hampshire Street, Lawrence, Kansas.]

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

Next week, on July 18 we talk with organizers of this years Kansas City Fringe Festival, Plus Tim Finn joins us on the day before he presents, “A Look Back at Rockville: Great Moments in Kansas City Concerts” at The Kansas City Public Library – Plaza Branch, Thursday, July 19 at 6:30 PM. Plus, we’ll tlk with organizers of Mom’s Demand Action for Gun Sense benefit featuring: Howard Iceberg at Wednesday, July 25 at 7 PM , at The Uptown Arts Bar, 3611 Broadway St, Kansas City, Missouri.

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

Wednesday MidDay Medley in on the web:
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http://www.WednesdayMidDayMedley.org,
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Show #742

Lawrence Field Day Fest 2018
TENTATIVE SCHEDULE – SUBJECT TO CHANGE

THURSDAY 7/19

The Bottleneck
7:00 LK Ultra
8:00 Duncan Burnett
9:00 Hannah Norris and The Band
10:00 Deco Auto
11:00 The Dead Girls
12:00 High Westus

The 8th Street Taproom
9:15 Hot Suede
10:15 Cuee
11:15 Breakadawn
12:15 The Harrisonics

The Replay Lounge
8:30 Asterales
9:30 Second Hand King
10:30 Annalibera (Des Moines)
11:30 Stitch 81 Classic
12:30 Salty

The Jackpot
7:45 They Call Me Sauce
8:45 Cuddle Puddle
9:45 The Travel Guide
10:45 The Uncouth
11:45 Westerners
12:45 Domineko

FRIDAY 7/20

The Replay Lounge Early
5:00 Something and The Whatever’s
6:00 TBA
7:00 The Windermeres
8:00 Tire Fire

The Replay Lounge Late
9:30 Approach
10:30 Blackheart Saviors
11:30 The Architects
12:30 Headlight Rivals

The Jackpot Music Hall
I Heart Local Music Showcase (order subject to change)
8:15 Khrystal
9:15 Bruiser Queen
10:15 Serene Fiend
11:15 The Sluts
12:15 Young Mvchetes

The Bottleneck
6:15 Even The Girl
7:15 Our Lives Yesterday
8:15 Bearblood
9:15 The Soiled Doves
10:15 Sheven
11:15 Godzillionaire
12:15 Hyborian

SATURDAY 7/21

The Replay Lounge Early
5:00 The Goodbye Sort
6:00 Nick Siegel and Band
7:00 Shoebox Money
8:00 Broken Arrows

The Replay Lounge Late
9:30 Metawatt and TRS-One
10:30 Momma’s Boy
11:30 The Ghoulies
12:30 Lincoln Marshall

The Jackpot Music Hall Early
3:30 Life Coach
4:30 Baby D
5:30 TBA

The Jackpot Music Hall Late
7:15 The Blackbird Fields
8:15 Philosophy Of Lions
9:15 Feng$hui
10:15 Louiz Rip
11:15 Vigil and Thieves
12:15 Vibralux

The Bottleneck
Black Site Records Showcase
6:00 Chess Club
7:00 Emmaline Twist
8:00 Wick and The Tricks
9:00 Rich Yarges and The Pop Mechanics
10:00 Red Kate
11:00 Truck Stop Love
12:30 Stiff Middle Fingers

Wednesday MidDay Medley

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WMM Playlist from August 9, 2017

Wednesday MidDay Medley
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Wednesday, August 9, 2017

More New & MidCoastal Releases
+ Guest Producer Nico Gray

1. “Main Title Instrumental – It’s Showtime Folks”
from: Motion Picture Soundtrack to All That Jazz / Universal / Dec. 20, 1979
[WMM’s theme]

2. Oshwa – “Off You Go”
from: Off You Go – Single / Oshwa / July 11, 2017
[Newest single from Oshwa the musical project of Alicia Walter, who is based in Brooklyn, NYC. Written and recorded by Alicia Walter. Vocals, Piano, Synthesizers, Drum Machines, and Auxiliary Percussion by Alicia Walter. Produced by Alicia Walter and Jason Cupp. Mixed by Jason Cupp. Mastered by Dave Kutch.]

[Oshwa plays The Brick, Friday, August 11, at 10:00 PM, with Fritz Hutchinson Band, and Calvin Arsenia.]

3. Ivøry Black – “A Good Answer”
from: Ready Get Set EP / Independent / June 23, 2015
[Singer songwriter Ivøry Black has played Crossroads Music Fest, The Middle of the Map Fest, The Westport Roots Fest, the KCPT Screening of “Real Boy” at The Kansas City Publlic Library, and Kauffman Stadium. Born in 1986, in Peoria Illinois, and given up for adoption at the age of four, it was difficult to find trust in people, after living with eight different foster families. Running away at 15, Ivøry moved from Indiana to Oklahoma and eventually ended up in Seattle. In 2011 Ivøry moved to Kansas City, and has became a part of new family. Ivøry is now currently in the process of writng and recording a debut full-length album, to be released in early 2018. Including a new single, “Family Tables” that will be released in August. More information at http://www.ivoryblackmusic.com.]

[Ivøry Black plays Music Alley at Town Center Plaza, 5000 W 119th Street, (119th & Roe) in Leawood, Kansas, Thursday, August 10, at 7:00 PM, with Missio, and Colony House.]

4. Caamp – “I Keep Going”
from: Caamp / Caamp / March 8, 2016
[Evan plays the banjo, Taylor plays the guitar and together they slam stages as the power duo, Caamp. The childhood friends have been writing songs since 2012 and began performing as Caamp in 2015. In March of 2016, the duo released their self-titled, debut record that has since put them on the map. Their original song “Ohio” charted at #4 on the US Spotify Viral Chart and the album currently has over 2.5 million streams.]

[Caamp plays recordBar, 1520 Grand Blvd, KCMO, Thursday, August 10, with Quick & Ruckus (Katy Guillen & Claire Adams.)]

5. Red Kate – “New Dreams”
from: Red Kate & The Bad Ideas – Split 7″ / Mills Record Company / May 31, 2013
[Written by Santiago Durango and originally recorded by Naked Raygun. Kansas City based Punk band Red Kate is a 4-piece that has been rocking venues since 2007. Bassist and lead vocalist L. Ron Drunkard, Andrew Whelan on drums, vocals; Brad Huhmann on guitar (for this recording), Desmond Poirier on guitar, vocals. Shaun Hammontree is now in this band). Red Kate and The Bad Ideas joined forces to release this Split 7” Single. Engineered by Duane Trower at Weights and Measures Soundlab in Kansas City.]

[Red Kate play recordBar, 1520 Grand Blvd, Friday, August 11, doors at 7:00 PM, with Bruiser Queen, Big Iron, Witch Jail, Joy Subtraction, and Drop A Grand.]

6. Helen Gillet – “She’s Got You”
from: Helen Gillet performs covers – Live in New Orleans 2017 / Indep. / April 29, 2017
[“She’s Got You” is a pop song written by Hank Cochran and was first recorded (in December 1961) and released (in 1962) as a single by Patsy Cline. Originally from Leuven, Belgium and now based in New Orleans, Louisiana. Globe Trotting, multi-faceted, jazz-based cellist, singer, composer and improviser Helen Gillet is a “mixed bag” of musical influence. Downbeat Magazine recently nominated her a Rising Star in the 61st Annual Critic’s Poll. She believes music to be an expression of the honest human condition; performing an eclectic mix of French pop, Avant Garde Jazz, North Indian, Folk and Classical styles.]

[Helen Gillet plays 1900 Building, 1900 Shawnee Mission Parkway, Mission Woods, Kansas, on Tuesday, August 15, at 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM with special guests Jessica Lurie and Brian Haas.]

[Helen Gillet plays The Brick, Wednesday, August 16, as part of her collective band Tephra Sound with Helen on cello, electronics, an vocals; Brian Haas (of Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey) on piano and keyboards; Jessica Lurie on reeds, flutes, toys electronics, vocals; and Nikki Glaspie on drums. Tephra Sound recently released their debut album Horizons in March 2017 recorded in Helen Gillet’s New Orleans living Room with sound engineer Andrew “Goat” Gilchrist.]

7. Black Stacey – “City’s Girl”
from: Electric Chariot / Sharaden Staten / June 2 2017
[Black Stacey is Sharaden Staten, a Missouri native, whose music brings the spirit of “Electric Church” to the Midwest. Sharaden, a 25-year-old, having grown up in the back woods of central Missouri, and couch surfed his way into the KC metro, pairs subtle notes of R&B, funk, soul, and rock; dramatically blending it into a raw eclectic mix. In 2015 Sharaden began writing, recording and producing Black Stacey’s debut, “Electric Chariot”. A project that has given him a solid foundation in the KC music scene, gaining him spots on local radio and the opportunity to work with producer Joel Nanos (Madisen Ward and The Mama Bear, Radkey, Sly/Robbie & the Taxi Gang). More infor at http://www.blackstacey.com.]

[Black Stacey plays The Rino, 314 Armout Blvd, North Kansas City, Fri, Aug. 25, at 8:00 PM w/ The Black Mariah Theater.]

8. Lovergurl – “My Body”
from: The President is a Sex Offender / Lovergurl / May 9, 2016
[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 the B52s, The Velvet Underground, 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 Broadway, KCMO, on Saturday, September 2, at 9:00 PM with Slop Sink (Chicago) and Bear Cub (St. Louis).]

10:32 – Underwriting

9. Novellesque – “Speak”
from: Speak – Single / Patrick Robinson / July 15, 2017
[Novellesque is a collective of musicians organized by Patrick Robinson on vocals, & guitar; Jordan Thompson on guitar & vocals; Blaire Geenens on drums & percussion; Carson Land on bass & vocals; Beau Gabriel Smith on drums & percussion; Davis Finley on guitar; and Max Levy on saxophone. Engineered & Co-Produced by Patrick Robinson with Co-Producer Jordan Thompson. Patrick, Jordan & Blaires’s other band, The Atlantic is back with a new single, “Fever Dream” released August 1, with Patrick Robinson on vocals & guitars; Brandon Gardner on guitar & vocals; Blaire Geenens on drums; Eric Fain on bass; and Jordan Thompson on vocals, guitar, & percussion. Production/Engineering/Mixing by Patrick Robinson.]

10. The New Pornographers – “High Ticket Attractions”
from: Whiteout Conditions / New P’s LLC – Concord Music / January 27, 2017
[Seventh album from Canadian indie rock band formed in 1997 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Presented as a musical collective of singer-songwriters and musicians from multiple projects, the band’s seven studio albums have all received critical acclaim for their use of multiple vocalists and elements of power pop incorporated into their music. The album features: Carl Newman on vocals & guitar, Neko Case on vocals, John Collins –on bass, Blaine Thurier on keyboards & synthesizer, Todd Fancey on lead guitar, Kathryn Calder on vocals, keyboards & guitar, and Joe Seiders on drums & vocals. This is the first album not to feature either longtime drummer Kurt Dahle or singer-songwriter Dan Bejar. ]

[The New Pornographers play Liberty Hall In Lawrence, Kansas, Saturday, August 12 with Ought.]

11. Nan & The One Nite Stands – “Hawkin’ It”
from: Hawkin’ It [EP] / Independent / May 14, 2014
[Written by Nan Turner. Recorded & Mixed & Co-Produced @ Emandee in Brooklyn by Mark Ospovat Mastered by Casey Holford. Thanks so much to my One Nite Stands in NYC and London who contributed to this collection of songs! Simon Beins on trumpet, Julie Delano on backing vocals, Susan Hwang on backing vocals. Mark “slave to production” Ospovat – so many instruments, especially bass, guitar, and textural things. Nan Turner also plays in Schwervon! a KC based 2 piece rock band, that tours all over the USA and Europe. Nan plays drums, Matt plays guitar, they both sing. They lived in NYC for 15 years before moving to KC.]

[Nan & The One Nite Stands plays Holy Cow Market & Music, 3109 Gilham Road, KCMOSunday, August 13, at 3:00 PM with Breaka Dawn & Tracey Flowers on backing vocals and dance moves, Lizz Weiler on bass, and Pat Tomek on drums.]

[Schwervon! play a Tour Kick Off Show at Californos, Aug 26, with Abandoned Bells, Folkicide Duo.]

[Schwervon! play a 7″ Release Show, Saturday, September 23, at 10:00 PM at Replay Lounge]

12. Herbie Hancock – “The Jungle Line (feat. Leonard Cohen)”
from: River: The Joni Letters / The Verve Music Group / September 25, 2007
[A tribute album, featuring covers of songs originally written and performed by singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell. It is Hancock’s 47th studio album. Hancock is a longtime friend of Mitchell’s, and both he and saxophonist Wayne Shorter, who plays throughout the album, had previously collaborated with Mitchell on her 1979 album Mingus, and both continued to work with her on occasion ever since. Guest vocalists on River include Leonard Cohen, Tina Turner, Norah Jones, Corinne Bailey Rae, Luciana Souza and Mitchell herself. In 2008 The album won the Grammy Award for Album of the Year and Best Contemporary Jazz Album at the 50th Annual Grammy Awards. The Album of the Year award surprised the music world; Hancock had faced competition from major-selling artists Kanye West, Foo Fighters, Amy Winehouse, and Vince Gill. River was only the second jazz album to win Album of the Year in the award’s history, the first being Getz/Gilberto by Stan Getz and João Gilberto in 1965. It peaked at #5 on the Billboard 200 after enjoying a huge post-Grammy sales boost.]

[Herbie Hancock plays The Kauffman Center For The Performing Arts, Saturday, August 12.]

13. Mess – “Bloodlines”
from: Bloodlines – Single / Mess / July 14, 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 an EP Release Show at The Rino, 314 Armour Rd, North Kansas City, Missouri, on Saturday, August 12, at 7:00 PM, with Counterculture, and Chloe Jacobson.]

11:00 – Station ID

11:00 – Guest Producer – Nico Gray

Nico Gray in the 90.1 FM KKFI Studios

We welcome back to the show, our friend Nico Gray, who joins us as “Guest Producer” for our second hour. Nico is a theatre actor, performance artist, writer, and is currently a marketing and advertising consultant. Nico Gray recently performed an original piece at the Big Bang Buffet – “Black Sheep Rising” show at The Buffalo Room in April, as a benefit for 90.1 FM KKFI. Nico has also been a frequent co-host for our on-air-fund drives. Rooted in KC, Nico grew up with radio. Nico writes that, “Music has always served as the ‘passport’ through spiritual journeys that have transplanted him to the brownstones of Chicago, the rooftops of Paris, the sea-side of Marseille and the balconies of NYC. ”

14. Essaie Pas — “Retox”
from: Demain Est Une Autre Nuit/ DFA / February 19, 2016
[Electronic minimal techno synthpop from Montréal, formed in 2011 by Marie Davidson and Pierre Guerineau. More info at: https://essaiepas.bandcamp.com%5D

15. Prince & The New Power Generation – “Willing And Able”
from: Diamonds And Pearls / Paisley Park – Warner Bros. / October 1, 1991
[13th studio album by Prince, and the first with his band The New Power Generation. . The album produced several hit singles, including “Gett Off”, “Cream”, “Money Don’t Matter 2 Night”, “Insatiable”, and the title track. Dancers Lori Werner (then dancing under the stage name of Lori Elle) and Robia LaMorte, known as “Diamond” and “Pearl” respectively, appeared on the holographic cover. Diamond and Pearl also appeared in the music videos for “Cream”, “Strollin'”, “Gett Off”, and the title track, and also participated in Prince’s Diamonds and Pearls Tour. Diamonds and Pearls contains a hybrid of music styles, from the funk of “Daddy Pop”, “Jughead”, and first single “Gett Off”, to some of the more mainstream pop/rock songs Prince had recorded in some time, such as “Cream”, “Money Don’t Matter 2 Night” and the title song. “Willing and Able” was used in a video montage during the closing credits of CBS coverage of Super Bowl XXVI.]

16. Nancy Sinatra & Lee Hazlewood – “Jackson”
from: Nancy & Lee / Reprise / March 1968
also released as a single: Le Skate… Jackson – You Only Live Twice/ Reprise Records / 1967
[Nancy & Lee is a collaboration album by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood. It was produced in 1968 by Reprise Records. Billy Strange was responsible for the arrangements and conducting. “Jackson” is a song written in 1963 by Billy Edd Wheeler and Jerry Leiber and first recorded by Wheeler. It is best known from two 1967 releases: a pop hit single by Nancy Sinatra and Lee Hazlewood, which reached number 14 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, and a country hit single by Johnny Cash and June Carter, which reached number two on the Billboard Country Singles chart and has become more appreciated by non-country audiences in recent years as a result of Cash’s continued popularity and its use in the 2011 film The Help. The song is about a married couple who find (according to the lyrics) that the “fire” has gone out of their relationship. The song relates the desire of both partners to travel to Jackson where they each expect to be welcomed as someone far better suited to the city’s lively night life than the other is. Actress Gaby Rodgers is cited as co-author of “Jackson”, because Leiber used his then-wife’s name as a pseudonym in writing the song with Wheeler.

17. Yoko Ono & Antony – “I Love You Earth”
from: 10” vinyl single b/w “I’m Going Away Smiling” (Antony) / Chimera Music / Feb 18, 2013
[New version of Ono’s 1985 song released in honor of her 82nd birthday. “I Love You, Earth”, was originally on her 1985 album Starpeace. Proceeds from Antony & Yoko will benefit the Rain Forest Trust. Yoko Ono (born February 18, 1933) is a Japanese multimedia artist, singer, songwriter, and peace activist who is also known for her work in performance art and filmmaking.[2] She performs in both English and Japanese. She was the second wife and widow of singer-songwriter John Lennon of the Beatles.]

18. Gildardo Zapata – “La Rasquina”
from: Narcos, Vol. 1 (More Music from the Netflix Original Series) / Lakeshore Records / September 2, 2016

19. Future Islands – “Shadows (feat. Debbie Harry)”
from: The Far Field / 4AD / April 7, 2017
[5th studio album by American synthpop band based in Baltimore, Maryland, currently comprising Gerrit Welmers on keyboards & programming; William Cashion on bass, acoustic & electric guitars; and Samuel T. Herring on lyrics & vocals. The band was formed in January 2006 by Welmers, Cashion and Herring—the remaining members of the performance art college band Art Lord & the Self-Portraits.]

11:28 – Underwriting

20. Atlas Sound — “The Shakes”
from: Parallax / 4AD / November 7, 2011
[3rd studio album from Atlas Sound, the musical solo project of Bradford James Cox (born May 15, 1982) an American singer-songwriter and musician, best known as the lead singer and guitarist of the indie rock band Deerhunter. Cox has described himself as gay, though he previously has stated that he leads a non-sexual/asexual lifestyle. However, in a 2011 interview with Rolling Stone, Cox said that he no longer identifies as asexual but rather as queer: “For a long time I just said I was asexual, but now I just realized that… I’m still, I guess… I mean, I’m queer. I just sort of, don’t really have a very big self-esteem, so asexuality is sort of like a comfort zone where you don’t get rejected.”Cox stated in an October 19, 2016 radio interview: “There’s so many types of sexuality, but one that I think is overlooked is to be asexual. I am absolutely asexual. I am a virgin at 34 years old.”]

21. Divine — “Native Love (Step By Step)”
from: 12” Single / “O” Records / 1982
[Divine’s 2nd Single and his first to chart on the Dutch Singles Chart. It debuted at #37 before climbing to and peaking at #28 in its second week. The song spent a total of 11 weeks on the chart. “Native Love (Step By Step)” remains Divine’s highest charting song on the U.S. Hot Dance Club Songs, where it peaked at #21. Harris Glenn Milstead, better known by his stage name Divine (October 19, 1945 – March 7, 1988), was an American actor, singer and drag queen. Closely associated with the independent filmmaker John Waters, Divine was a character actor, usually performing female roles in cinematic and theatrical appearances, and adopted a female drag persona for his music career.]

22. Bat for Lashes – “What’s a Girl to Do?”
from: Fur and Gold / Parlophone / September 11, 2006
[Debut album from Natasha Khan (born 25 October 1979), known professionally as Bat for Lashes, is an English singer, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She has released four studio albums, Fur and Gold (2006), Two Suns (2009), The Haunted Man (2012) and The Bride (2016), receiving Mercury Prize nominations for Fur and Gold, Two Suns and The Bride. Khan is also the vocalist for Sexwitch, a collaboration with the rock band Toy and producer Dan Carey.]

11:44 – Nico Gray’s original piece about his father.
“The Hand That Divides Us / The Hand That Binds Us.”

23. Perfume Genius – “Normal Song”
from: Put Your Back N 2 It / Matador / February 17, 2012
[2nd album from Perfume Genius, the stage name for Seattle-based solo artist Mike Hadreas who was born in the suburbs of Seattle, Washington. Hadreas studied painting in school and took piano lessons as a child. His mother was a special education teacher,and is now an assistant principal at a middle school. His parents divorced when he was a teenager. Growing up, Hadreas was the only openly gay student at his school, and he received death threats which were not addressed by the administration. He dropped out of high school during his senior year. Two years after dropping out, he was attacked by several young men in his neighborhood. He moved to Williamsburg, Brooklyn and worked as a doorman for a club in the East Village. In 2005, Hadreas returned home to Seattle and began recording music. In 2008, Hadreas set up a MySpace page under the name Perfume Genius, and thus began his music career. Hadreas’s music explores topics including sexuality, his personal struggle with Crohn’s disease, domestic abuse, and the dangers faced by gay men in contemporary society. His newest album, No Shape was released May 5, 2017 and was produced by Blake Mills (Fiona Apple. John Legend, Alabama Shakes). The album was praised by critics. Pitchfork awarded it an 8.8 and named it “Best New Album”, deeming it “his most realized album yet, a tender and transcendental protest record of love and devotion.” The Guardian commented that “No Shape sounds like a unique talent coming into full bloom.” Hadreas will embark on a headline tour in the U.S. and Canada this spring and summer. He will also be performing at a number of the major European and British music festivals this summer.]

24. The Cure – “Halo”
from: Join The Dots (B-Sides & Rarities 1978-2001 The Fiction Years / Polydor / 2004
[4-disc set of B-sides and rarities, JOIN THE DOTS serves as a sort of alternate history for the Cure, one of the world’s most beloved post-punk/alt-rock bands. Painstakingly compiled by Cure frontman (and the group’s only constant member) Robert Smith, DOTS provides dozens of glimpses into the literal flip-side of their singles by collecting many long-lost tracks, including the classic songs previously featured only on the cassette version of STARING AT THE SEA: THE SINGLES. Disc one begins in the late 1970s and consists of early tracks that show the Cure in a wildly adventurous mode–tearing into the punky “Pillbox Tales”, drifting through the gloomy “Descent”, and bouncing along to the oddly danceable “Throw Your Foot”. By disc two, Smith and the lads have become college-rock heroes, and despite their goth looks, they move steadily into popier territory on songs such as the synth-laden “Breathe” and the upbeat “Hey You!!!”,eventually settling into their dreamy post-DISINTEGRATION era on “This Twilight Garden”, “Halo”, and “Home” on the third and fourth discs. Also included are cover tunes and remixes, topping off an impressive collection that features many could’ve-been A-sides (particularly “The Exploding Boy”, “Harold and Joe”, and “Signal to Noise”) and reveals why a younger generation has become entranced by the Cure’s dynamic sound.]

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

Next week, on August 16 vocalist and recording artist Erin Keller joins us in out 1st hour to share music from her debut album “Distracted” released March 6, 2017. In our 2nd hour, singer songwriter Summer Osborne joins us to share music from her recent release “Spiritual Revolution” and to talk about her upcoming show at InterUrban ArtHouse.

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

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