THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal
How Clinton quelled an insurgency
Assange, Avowed Foe of Clinton, Timed Email Release for Democratic Convention
Khizr Khan, father of Muslim Iraq hero, says Trump 'sacrificed nothing' for US
Robert Kagan and Other Neocons Are Backing Hillary Clinton
There’s No Business Like the Arms Business
Mass Killings May Have Created Contagion, Feeding on Itself
Humans are the scariest animals in nature, study finds
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Blue Mountain and Haunted Leather kick off another grand show with some sleazy blues music, the kind that wakes up neurons in your brain. More blues later in the show from The Blindside Blues Band and Wings. Hour two includes compelling tunes by 13th Floor Elevators, Red Temple Spirits, Richard Hawley, and Renaissance. Add a little light to your night with Cool Breeze, your host.
The world of music, positioned from a place where the veil is thin...Actually, there is nothing subtle about the topics of conversation in these songs. Starting off the show, Made For TV with their song I'm Afraid of The Russians. Who knew a song from 1983 would be still be relevant? I feel a rant coming on, but I will let the bands do the talking. Stick around for great tracks by Psychobud, Don Henley, The Deviants, The Smiths, Stiff Little Fingers, and 18 other bands, including a double shot of The Doors. Also tune in for next weeks show when I play selected songs from the bands that will play the Hinterland Festival August 5-6. The G Man
Our feature is guitarist, songwriter and singer:
In his career Robben Ford has teamed up with an equally impressive list of legends including Larry Carlton, Keb’ Mo’, Robert Randolph, ZZ Ward, Tyler Bryant, Warren Haynes and Sonny Landreth.
(See link to playlist below). DJ Andy Bargerstock brings another LIVE 100% new tracks playlist to Fringe Toast Music. Blues legend Buddy Guy (photo left) performs "Whiskey Ghost" as a preview to his live performance forthcoming in September 2016 at Fairfest in Fairfield, Iowa. Summer Twins (photo right) takes the stage for the first time on FT with their retro 50s-60s stylized twin harmonies. Vividly lyrical US singer-songwriter Richard Shindell and Irish-Scottish band Snow Patrol offer twin-spins of their own during the first hour.
During the second-hour Chill Session, your ears will be thrilled by electro-acoustic tracks from Astronomyy, Justin Johnson, Claptone, Black Square, Radiohead, Psychic Ills and Digitonal. The summer swoon continues with Fringe Toast Music offering the best tracks you never hear unless you are tuned to KRUU-FM. Invite friends to join the live stream at www.kruufm.com. Click on LISTEN LIVE to connect through your music software.
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DJ Andy Bargerstock delivers another near 100% new track edition of Fringe Toast featuring UK electro-pop singer Neon Hitch (photo left) to launch the first hour and guitar instrumental band, The Perfect Circle (photo right) to spotlight the second hour Chill Session. Singer-songwriter talents abound in the first half including FT first-timers Blue-Eyed Son, Grace, and Disclosure (featuring Hannah Reid's outstanding vocals).
In the Chill Zone second-half, you will experience a swirling swoon with internationnal contributors including Laya Project, Balanescu Quartet, Human Bell, Chris Zippel, and of course The Perfect Circle whose mellow electro-acoustic guitarwork reminds us of the softer side of Wishbone Ash with their twin harmony guitars in the 1970s.
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Summer means travel. Summer means hitting the highway. And my country band the Gin Palace Jesters has been doing just that. Earlier in the season we went to Nashville. Then we went to Milwaukee. And we stopped in Louisville along the way. Most recently we planted our musical feet in Pleasant Hill, Missouri. It's a town that looks like a big version of Brighton or Richland in their prime. And it's about twenty minutes from Kansas City. We had a wonderful time there(despite the heat). Boy, it sure required a lot of driving to get there and back. Hey, maybe we'll jump in the van and make it out to Fairfield real soon to make an appearance at this new venue in the Depot District. Stay tuned.
At the time of this writing, the blog at the top of the KRUU page is for 'That Was The Week That Was', J Moore's brilliant news effort. It reads like a spiritual war zone cliff notes. It scrunches your shoulders up and tightens your sphincter muscles. It probably is no surprise to frequent listeners of my shows that I feel like I do not live on the same planet as some of these people. Which is why the good news is timely: I have two hours of simple, easy, and decent music. Enough to calm the soul and tickle the fancy of any avid rock and roll listener. Come for the Vibravoid, Pheromoans, and Robin Trower, stay for Rhyton, Plan 9, and PERRO Project music. Cool Breeze
THE WEEK THAT WAS w/the Newsvandal
Americans' Satisfaction With U.S. Drops Sharply
Trump Accused Of "Apocalyptic" Fearmongering In Speech Promising "Security And Prosperity"
Police bullet that hit man lying on ground with hands up was aimed at autistic patient
US air strike in Syria kills up to 85 civilians 'mistaken for Isil fighters'
28 Pages Raise 'Scores of Troubling Questions' on US-Saudi Ties
America’s Nukes Aren’t Safe in Turkey Anymore
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