Liz Phair rocks the KRUU with her FUNSTYLE GIRLYSOUND
Mike Ragogna, Huffpo entertainment contributor & KRUU radio personality, talks love, politics, music and more with one of the music's most lit & colorful souls.
An hour of Johnny Winter in song and words.
The stuff legends are made of, y'all!
A little wowsville in nowsville from your friendly grassroots neighborhood community radio station.
It's the amazing Imelda May--did you see her in the Jeff Beck tribute show to Les Paul? Wowie zowie, a total roofraiser!
Plus KT Tunstall talking music and more with Fairfield's fairest Huffington Poster, the one and only Mike Ragogna, the man who's talked to more stars than Galileo.
Did you know musician Thomas Dolby was musical director of the world famous TED Talk enclave? Yes, that's right. The man behind the monster hit, "She Blinded Me with Science" is a tech advocate who championed wind power--and celebrated it in song--back in the early 80s!! How's that for ahead of the curve?
Celebrated KRUU host Mike Ragogna talks with Thomas about his sustainable ways, including recording on a solar-powered boat, and more. And plenty of music as well.
Click on pic for Dolby's down home toadlicking slick music flick.
Judy Collins: her words and music.
A wide-ranging discussion with Huffpo entertainment contributor Mike Ragogna.
Mike Ragogna talks with Allan Clarke & Graham Nash about the Hollies & much more.
The mighty, mighty Nick Lowe
talks about his career and some of his
latest work with
KRUU radio personality Mike Ragogna.
Rockpile-abilly and much more!!
You gotta be cruel to be kind--
in the right measure.
Mac Gayden's "Everlasting Love" affair with the music business is discussed with KRUU's extraordinary radio personality Mike Ragogna.
Even for those in our area who know Mac, who has played Fairfield a few times, this conversation covers a lot of fascinating ground.
Tune in and turn on. It's another Mike Ragogna 2.0. Special encore presentation. Oh my.
Hey, Morning Glory, heading down freedom road.
Jim Musselman talks with Huffpo entertainment contributor and super KRUU radio personality Mike Ragogna about the record company he founded and his work with artists such as Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen, Emmy Lou Harris, Tom Morello, Jackson Browne, and many others.
Talk about American songbook.
Sit back and enjoy more manna from Mike's heavenly consorts with the starry ones on solar-powered KRUU-FM, the little station that can... and does!!
Enjoy the conversation and music of the Indigo Girls' Amy Ray and Emily Sailers, talking about their live collection of music from 2010. Their newest record BEAUTY QUEEN SISTER was released in October 2011.
Second hour is Mark Mothersbaugh of Devo discussing the band's latest release SOMETHING FOR EVERYBODY. The Ohio native has had a long career scoring Wes Anderson's films as well.