Join host, Andrew Tint as he highlights the issues facing Generation Y.
This week Generation whY is joined by Michelle Paster. Michelle is a freelance writer and documentarian known for her work on the documentaries Jobs for Rent, Barnyard and The Achievers. All of these films are amazing, but not why we have Michelle on the show! In 2012 Michelle Paster explored the world of dating by going on 365 dates in 365 days, making a short documentary that will come out along side her book.
Andrew and Michelle talk all things sex, dating, and relationships. From Andrew's best pick up lines to Michelle's advice in the dating world, not to mention Ryan Gosling. Do you ever wonder how Millennials deal with these issues? Well, now you're be more informed than you ever wanted to.
Andrew Tint talks weekly Orpheum Theater action with Modern American Cinema's Kristian Day, Fairfield's filmic renaissance man and Orpheum impressario.
This week it's, The Punk Singer getting another lease on life, as well as. Not only that, but Tacopocalypse Fairfield starts serving brunch starting this Sunday from 10AM to 2:30pm.
(Link to play list below). DJ Andy Bargerstock continues with his tribute on the 50th anniversary of the Beatles debut in the USA. In the first hour, you will hear original tracks of Beatlesque music from Emmit Rhodes, Fraternal Order of All, Lucy Schwartz (photo), and the Green Pajamas. If you enjoyed last week's music, you'll have another great experience.
In the second hour Chill Session, listen to Suzanne Vega (photo below) and her new track "Laying on of Hands / Stoic 2", three more songs from recently FT discovery Nashville singer-songwriter Angel Snow, and an extended set of nujazz and lounge music compiled by Brigetta Dunson (a.k.a. Bria Project) on Vibe Boutique Records. Listen for twin spins from guitarist Steven "Golden" Gunn (USA) and Brazilian influenced S-Tone Inc. (Italy).
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It just so happens that I am attending a Shade Tree conference as a tree-hugging dirt worshipper, so this show is a marvel of pre-recorded technology. Check the playlist online at the start of the show, and listen to the bands dig deep lyrically. I have a few faves on this show, like The Host Country, Paul Kantner, Spirit, Eric Clapton, and The Rascals. Not alot of talk, mostly music. The G Man
Sue Conley, one-half of the the amazing creative team responsible for Cowgirl Creamery cheeses along with her collaborator, Peggy Smith, talked with me about their recently published book, Cowgirl Creamery Cooks. It's much more than a cheese book as it is filled with entrancing recipes, kitchen tips, and the personal story of the Cowgirls. Mac and Cheese lovers make certain you check out their recipe for this classic soul-warming dish. You can find it at the end of the post.
If you haven't experienced their organic cheeses made in Point Reyes, California, the Mt. Tam and Red Hawk are currently available at Whole Foods in Des Moines. Gateway Market in Des Moines is expecting their next shipment of the same two cheeses the first week of March. Both stores will have the seasonal special St. Pat cheese the first part of March.
Beck's new album Morning Phase dropped today. This is his first proper LP since 2008's Modern Guilt and I've been lovin' it ever since I first got my hands on it.
On today's edition of That Righteouse Jive we'll be listening to some of my favorite tracks from Beck's new album. On top of that we've got some more great neo-soul & blues with Con Brio and Stac.
Stream it live today (Feb. 25) 5-6pm CST right here on KRUU radio.
Our feature this week is a duo called The Autumn Defense. This retro 60's roots/pop duo consists of Pat Sanone and John Stirrat and is a side project for these two members of the band Wilco. We'll feature their latest album called Fifth.
Other artists we'll play this week include The Sea The Sea, Tara Nevins, The Stray Birds, Shaw Brothers, Sara Jarosz, Sam & Ruby, Robbie Robertson & Eric Clapton, Rachel Yamagata, Over The Rhine, Noah Gundersen, Nickel Creek, Kasey Chambers, Justin Townes Earle, John Hiatt and Jason Isbell.
At 2:10pm host James Moore presents a KRUU exclusive
interview with Hugh Cornwell, formerly of UK rock group The Stranglers, who scored 21 Top 10 hits. Produced by Gerald Grohman, host of Plattenkiste [Mondays 10pm].
Also, brief interviews with David Olney, who plays Cafe P this Saturday accompanied by Sergio Webb, and Devo’s Jerry Casale in commemoration of his brother, guitarist Bob Casale, who passed away this week.
This week on "The Skinny" host Africa Byongchan Yoon is pleased to have Ethiopian native Hermela Gebremariam and Fairfield youth Drew Schoenfeld amazing kid correspondents from FAIRFIELD MAHARISHI SCHOOL OF ENLIGHTENMENT and they also are kid correspondents of Fairfield Radio Action News which airs Monday - Friday 6:10 am , 12:10pm and 6:10pm
First: Yoon interviews the kids about weight loss and transcendental meditation
Then: Then kids interview her right back about her activism and coming to fairfield