From the good folks at grassroots community central, the Voices of Fairfield, Iowa... and beyond.
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Oh man! Enjoy a plateful of good community radio this morning on solar KRUU's LOCAL YOKELS show. Featured interview with Eni & Robert Reeder talking about the 9th Annual May Festival at Aurora Farms 10m-3pm today hosted by the Waldorf-inspired school founded by Eni called Singing Cedars School.
Also, a brief discussion with Fairfield Farmers Market queen of the rodeo Makenzie Kessel and an interview Hungarian folk band Gyanta. Lazslo Papp, founding host of MAGYAR MIX [Sundays 1-2pm] speaks with the band leader about Gyanta's upcoming performance Friday, May 18th at Morning Star Studio. The band hails from Toronto, Ontario in Canada and this stop in Fairfield represents a rare opportunity to connect with this type of authentic Hungarian music.