The show opens with twin-spin honoring the late Leonard Cohen. Then, DJ Andy Bargerstock offers multiple rare tracks from four artists: legendary singer-songwriter Jackson Browne, SF Bay Area guitarist and band leader Will Bernard (photo right below), American musician/guitarist and producer Doyle Bramhall II, and new music from Michael Cretu's project Enigma. Special highlights in the first hour scene come from Jason Isbell, Robbie Williams, and Death Cab for Cutie.
The spotlight during the second-hour Chill Zone shines on the exotic music of Germany's Opera to Relax, a personal favorite of your host. Producer/composer Emancipator stands in with "Oasis" from his recent CD Seven Seas.
Matt Pond and Bon Iver also share the soundstage for Fringe Toast Music, where we play the best music you never hear.... unless you are tuned to KRUU-FM.
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Read Andy Bargerstock's music review on singer-songwriter Aoife O'Donovan in the November 2016 issue of Iowa Source Magazine.
Every curly head is different! So says Iowa salon owner Martha Watson, a small town cosmetologist whose specialty--Curly Hair Artistry--draws clients to her Aurora Salon from across the street and across the state. Voted #1 Favorite Stylist for two years running in the Hawk Eye Readers Choice competition, Martha has valuable tips for entrepreneurs and for people stymied by their own or a loved one's curly tresses.
THE WEEK THAT WAS w/ the Newsvandal
The Trump Era’s Promise
America's Most 'Anti' Election Ever
Trump Bulldozes Blue Wall, Wins White House
At under $5 each, Trump's votes came cheap
This is What Happened to the “Trump Crash”
The Economy Was More Important Than Anything, Exit Polls Say
Trump Won a Lot of White Working-Class Voters Who Backed Obama
Hillary Clinton's Expectations, and Her Ultimate Campaign Missteps
Is This ‘Game Over’ for the Planet?
Donald Trump's cabinet of horrors
Join me 2pm CT on people-powered KRUUfm.com for an interview with Keith Barany, a comedian's comedian, who will be appearing this Friday night at the Sondheim Center.
He has written for Seinfeld, Politically Incorrect with Bill Mahr, The Jimmy Kimmel Show and has appeared with luminaries like Bob Hope, Joan Rivers and Lewis Black. New York Post once called him "the wittiest comedian working today."
I guess this is an unusual week, since the Donald just managed to play way over his head and win the job of President despite being the apparent underdog. My show is songs that remark about indecision or action, as the case may be. You can be frozen into inaction by events, or you can simply get to work and solve the problems in front of you until you reach your goal. Musically we will be graced by Living Hour, David Bowie, Morgan Delt, Dr. Dog, and Sloan. I even managed to work in an unusual ending to the show. The G Man
I didn't spend a lot of time in Iowa recently. But any time spent in Iowa is a very good thing. My mom had some surgery in Iowa City(and she is recovering nicely, thank you). And that was my excuse to bomb over to Iowa City for an overnight stay. It is amazing how much Iowa I can pack into just a few hours. Plus everything I do in the Hawkeye state is fodder for the Feed Store. You'll be hearing all about it very soon on the program, Thursdays at 10 AM central time and sundays at noon central time.
Community knitters share warmth, and life-long knitter Michelle Edwards models this brand of kindness in her newly released picture book, A Hat for Mrs. Goldman: A Story About Knitting and Love. Michelle will read this heart-warming story to kids and adults and teach kids to make yarn pom-poms Saturday, Nov. 12th, 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM in the At Home Store on the Fairfield, Iowa square.