THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal
Stephen Bannon wants to dismantle your government
Trump Gambles With Cuts to Programs His Base Relies On
Trump boosts security budget while slashing anti-poverty programs
Trump’s Mideast surge has Pentagon debating ‘mission creep’
Tillerson’s Asia Trip Could Signal the End US Soft Diplomacy
US makes formal apology to Britain after White House accuses GCHQ of wiretapping Trump Tower
Sean Spicer’s angry, lonely defense of Trump’s wiretapping claim, annotated
Rachel Maddow Turned a Scoop on Donald Trump’s Taxes Into a Cynical, Self-Defeating Spectacle
Scandal Fatigue and the Trump Ethical Swamp
DJ Andy Bargerstock returns to Fairfield with another live original show featuring 100% new tracks never played before on Fringe Toast Music. Otis Taylor leads off the program with his roots blues talents. The first-hour spotlight shines on R&B-simmered singer Valerie June (photo right) and UK's creative songwriter with electronic touches, Imogen Heap (photo left). UK's Laura Marling offers two tracks from her new CD. Another twin-spin comes from Georgia singer Liza Anne. Norway's AURORA rounds out the ladies spotlight in the first hour. Other contributors include John Mayer, Ray LaMontagne, and Father John Misty.
Click here for playlist! In the second-hour Chill Zone, be prepared for the charming talents of Shawn Mendes, Woods, Nouvelle Vague, Tsewer Beta, Zero 7, Apparat, and Rodg. It's the best music you never hear .... unless you are tuned to Fringe Toast on KRUU-FM.
Spread the word to allow friends to join the live stream at www.kruufm.com. Click on LISTEN LIVE. The Wednesday 8pm program now replays on Saturdays at 8am. Mark your calendar.
Long before Bram Stoker popularized the use of garlic in his classic 19th century novel, Dracula, Romanians had been using it for centuries to repel evil in a variety of forms.
The actual origins of the cultivated plant have never been clearly established though it's probable descendent is from the species, Allium longicuspis, which can be found in Central and Southwestern Asia.
But what really interests us about garlic is EATING it. Contrary to its popular use in Italian/American restaurants as a main ingredient in almost any dish (read that as "all you can taste is garlic."), garlic is amazing as a subtle flavor element though it can take a leading role as in the classic pasta dish, aglio (garlic), olio, e peperoncino. That's what Kathy will prepare in the studio along with bruschetta w/roasted garlic.
I am excited to get after this playlist. During the first hour of the show, I will be laying out a tuneful travelogue about my recent trip to the island of Maui. I kept hearing songs in restaurants, on boats, at the pool, and even in movies, so I kept track for this show. Featured artists include Country Joe, Led Zeppelin, and Loggins & Messina. Hour two I have some hot off the presses magic by two of my fave bands, The Asteroid No. 4 and The Green Pajamas. Plus some really wonderful new songs by Tinariwen, The Paperhead, and Luke Winslow-King. In hour three there will be rockabilly by Ronnie Burton, blues by James Cotton, and soul from Lenny Welch. There are the highlights, listen in for the fifty songs I will be spinning over three hours. You can even turn down the sound on the basketball games and miss the ten thousand commercials they will run. No commercial interruption here! All killer, no filler...The G Man
Rising chanteuse Elizabeth Moen talks with James about her music and upcoming performance at the Depot Brewery this Saturday, March 18th at 8:30pm. Opening for Moen will be Eau Claire's WALDEMAR. Moen, a gifted guitarist and singer/songwriter, will be joined by drummer Justin Le Duc and bassist Blake Shaw.
Now residing in Iowa City, the music and writing communities inspired the small town girl from Vinton, Iowa to create her own sound. This sound is inspired by the likes of Joni Mitchell, Emmylou Harris, and contemporary female singer-songwriters like Angel Olson, Esmé Patterson, and Margaret Glaspy, Moen’s music is a compilation of the music she was raised on; folk, rock, blues, and soul. https://elizabethmoen.com/
The sound of Waldemar is lush, intricate and layered; a vast array of instruments and elements woven tightly together. Often deviating from traditional indie song structures and favoring arrangements closer at times to modern and classical choral composers...Post-80's inspired electric guitar tones, nuanced rhythmic textures from dual drummers, trombone sectionals and near constant choral inspired harmonic vocal arrangements comprise the sonic landscape constructed by Gabe Larson's multi-instrumental artistry.
This Tuesday on "The Inspiration Initiative" we'll be listening to the soundtrack from "La La Land" and discussing inspiration to be gained from the movie that holds the record for 'shortest lived Academy Award Best Picture Winner in history.'
Tuesday 03/14: 11am CT / 12pm ET / 9am PT
You Bet Your Life!
This week: Bad businessmen and pigs, pocket knives and rebel girls.
Land of broken dreams, little countries, and Goat.
Mondays @ 11 AM, Fridays @ 7 PM.
Tune in to KRUU FM at 4pm CT to listen to the rebroadcast of the very first episode of "The Inspiration Initiative" that aired this past Tuesday with host Luke Davids.
THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal
Here are all the factions opposed to the GOP’s Obamacare replacement plan
Paul Ryan Fundraised With Health Insurance Lobbying Firm Just Before His PowerPoint
Longtime allies, sworn enemies and temporary bedfellows collide on Syria battlefield
No 'Incompetence' or 'Bad Judgment' in Yemen Raid, Probe Finds
The Marine Corps' nude-photo-sharing scandal is even worse than first realized
Donald Trump unaware Michael Flynn was a 'foreign agent', Sean Spicer says
With Trump in White House, His Golf Properties Prosper
CEOs Widen Income Gap Over Staff as Survey Shows 5.5% Pay Jump
A Tiny Bit Of Good News On Inequality Before It All Goes To Hell
The CIA can hack your TV? So what else is new?