Sean O'Harrow is the Director of the University of Iowa Museum of Art. Prior to his appointment at the University of Iowa, Dr. O'Harrow was the Director of the Figge Art Museum in Davenport. Dr.O'Harrow received his BA in Art History from Harvard University and his doctorate from Cambridge University.
A MEMORIAL DAY SPECIAL! Enjoy the end of your three day weekend with two mind-blowing incredible interviews from Ben Harper and Steve Cropper. Don't miss it!
Friday, May 27th, 8AM, Mike talks with one-of-a-kind Steve Earle about his new album, "I'll Never Get Out Of This World Alive." This is music straight from the heart of a country soul. Tune in to hear the new tracks with Steve's story behind the songs.
Also, k.d. lang talks about her new studio album, "Sing it Loud". This is her thirteenth studio album and her first collection of original material since 2008's "Watershed".
Thursday, May 26th, 1PM, Mike talks with Bruce Hornsby about "Bride of the Noisemakers", the massive 25 track release featuring live songs from Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers captured on their 2007-2009 tour.
That's Mike Ragogna's 2.0, Wed & Thu 1pm CST. Rebro Fri & Tue 8am on solar-pwoered KRUU-FM, the Voice of Fairfield, Iowa... and Beyond. Community radio at its finest.
Sunday Nights Beginning @ 11e/10c/9m/8p ::Obvious World::
50 million years ago, dolphins were land dwellers. Today they live in the waters of this great planet, yet continue to breathe air. The earth's rainforests provide a sizeable chunk of available oxygen and also help to regulate the temperatures and weather patterns of our planet... Scientists have recently proposed that dolphins be declared the world’s second most intelligent creatures after humans, suggesting they are so bright that they should be treated as “non-human persons.”
IF the ability to leave land and live in water is any indication, dolphins could be even more intelligent than we humans are. This broadcast is in honor of the oxygen-bond we share with dolphins as well as our collective dependence on the sanctity of our rainforests. rock ON
Friday June 3rd 5pm-11pm
KRUU 100.1 FM Sound Stage
5pm Apocalypso Tantric Boys Choir: Pants-seat jazz funk.
5:30pm Skunk River Medicine Show: Acoustic deft-tone blues.
6pm J. Roland Band: Stevie Ray rockin’ hi octane blues and more.
6:30pm Lester Cloak Memorial String Band: Turbograss revival.
6:56pm Fairfield Children’s Chorus: 3-4 minutes.
7pm The Lowly Brass: Exquisite tuba maestro collective.
7:3Opm Truckstop Souvenir: Standup Americana w/ upright bass.
8:00pm Steve McLain & Jefferson County Green Band: Seminal happy hour rock.
8:30pm Christopher The Conquered: Piano-based rock’n’soul.
9pm Mumford's: Storytelling freak folk with a horn section.
9:30pm Utopia Park: Bravery electronic music.
9:50pm Trouble: Diva dance pop for dancing w/ Adrien Daller.
10:10pm X-Ray Mary: Free-falling, submarine crunch punk.
10:30pm Purple Asteroid Cadillac: Hip hop, funk, rock, neo soul.
Co-sponsored by solar-powered KRUU-FM, The Beauty Shop, Fairfield Convention & Visitors Bureau & Art Walk.
Willie Mosto heads back east today but his legacy lives on in an hour of music he put together that will be featured on today's PLANET ERSTWILD. The adept and talented guitar-slinger did a fabulous job as production assistant, sound editor, groundskeeper and office assistant as KRUU's first high school intern.
Also featured is Lauryn Shapter's interview with Iowa musical legend Greg Brown that she did this week on her show GRAVEL ROAD RADIO. Chaden Halfill talks with James about a 2-day building rehab workshop he and Bill McAnally will be offering May 31 & June 1 at FACC sponosred by COSC. Bill McAnally will also lead the workshop. Here's his interview with James a few months back.
Saturday morning hear music from Pop Fiction- New Crime Jazz, including William Orbit, under his early moniker Strange Cargo, and Grantby, who coolly samples John Barry's James Bond. Hear Al Ghromer Khan, from Space Hotel; Audio Deluxe sample Ennio Morricone's Once Upon A Time In The West. Classic electronic music from the 1981 album BGM by the Japanese trio YMO, (Yellow Magic Orchestra) who included Ryuichi Sakamoto (soundtrack music to The Last Emperor, Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence, The Sheltering Sky, & more). Hear from the compilations Abstract Vibes 2 and Excursions In Ambience. Also from Vangelis one of our faves. We'll post the playlist afterward. -Broadcasting from the cornfields of Iowa, we're Pirate Satellite-
Chef- Hey Captain I wanna get some mangoes.
Willard- Alright just don't go out there by yourself. You don't wanna go in there alone. Not unless you really know the territory.
Lance- Any poisonous snakes around here?
Chef- _ _ I'm gonna go get some some mangoes.- Apocalypse NOW
The Bob Dylan 70th Birthday Celebration continues with Dylan songs performed by Antony & the Johnsons, Madeleine Peyroux, Greg Brown, George Harrison and of course, Sebastian Cabot, among many others.
Ariella Elizabeth Severin is the sole reason last week's GREAT TASTE episode came from our archives. I can ecstatically report that she is a terrific eater; weighing in at 5 pounds when she left the hospital and tipping the scales two day's later already back to her birth weight of 5 pounds 7 ounces. As a proud and thankful first-time nonno (grandfather in Italian), I look forward to many meals together as we explore the diverse and delicious world of food.
Bob Dylan - singer-songwriter, author, artist, Grammy/Oscar/Pulitzer-winner and pitchman for Victoria's Secret, Cadillac and Pepsi - turns 70 on May 24.
He recorded his first album in 1962 and has released an average of at least one album per year ever since. Counting live albums, compilations and The Bootleg Series the total of official releases now stands, coincidentally enough, at 70.
By way of celebration, this week's entire Whizbang will be devoted to Dylan's best-known songs as performed by other artists, from early champions like Joan Baez, Peter, Paul and Mary and The Byrds to contemporary performers like The Black Keys, Cat Power and Elvis Costello.
And the party will continue on Friday morning from 9-10 AM on my other show, Hepcats' Holiday, with even more cover versions of songs by His Royal Bobness.