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Each week I strive to bring you new music that you have never heard before all while LOVING it!
Join host, Andrew Tint as he highlights the issues facing Generation Y.
This week, Andrew Tint is joined by singer songwriter, Mary Allen. Mary recently released her debut album, Paper dolls, and has been called "possibly the best new female singer/songwriter artist of 2012-13." Her Music includes unforgettable vocal of her poetic pop/alternative music. Her voice is accompanied by guitar, piano, violin, viola, cello, percussion, drums, ukelele, mandolin, horns, bass. Check her out here!
Generation whY explores the issues facing Millennials. The concerns confronting the millennial generation affect more than just a select few- the entire nation is deeply impacted by the tribulations of Generation Y as they come of age. Join Andrew as he discusses a wide range of topics that include; student loan debt, internships, social media, and more. His guests will include OURTIME.org co-founder Matt Segal, The host of the David Pakman show David Pakman, and more.
One of these days I'll see the Eiffle Tower
One of these days I'll go skinny dipping
One of these days I'll say hello to her
One of these days I'll marry him
~ Heather Mae, One of These Days
When we last talked with Heather Mae, she was in the midst of her year-long quest to write a song every day. Since then, she has indeed reached the 365 song goal, and managed to narrow down that collection to 12 songs to put on her album appropriately titled "One Year of Songs". She even filmed a video with the help of her fans from around the world for the song "One of These Days", an inspiring ode to seize the day and follow your dreams.
Heather is stopping in Fairfield on a cross-country tour and will join us in the studio for a live interview at 9:30am today! She is performing at Cafe Paradiso Wednesday, Aug 7th at 8pm (tonight), along with Heather Miller. (AKA your DJ Hum).
Enjoy a new song from Mavis Staples, who's playing the Englert Theatre Fri July 19th. This comes from the Anti Records Summer Sampler 2013 just in the door today!
Plus an interview with Chicago chanteuse Jennifer Hall, who performs at Cafe P Friday, July 19th at 8pm. Click on her name to see a video of her kickstarter project and a great live song recorded in the subway.
Plus James Moore talks with fiddle maestro Chris McKhool of the Sultans of String, who play Cafe P Thursday, July 25th.
You gotta love Fairfield and Iowa and this ol' world!!
Often when I tell people that I love funk and jazz they think of the big jazz bands of the 30's or the funk scene of the late 60's/early 70's. What they don't realize is that the jazz and funk scene is still alive and well today. In fact, the last decade has witnessed a soul/funk revival that shows no signs of slowing down. Record labels, such as Daptone Records on the East Coast and Ubiquity Records on the West Coast, continue to sign and release contemporary soul, funk and R&B acts--not just legends from the past, but fresh blood: contemporary artists with a new take on that classic jazz/funk sound for a new kind of listener.
This Saturday night we're going to be listening to some of my favorite jazz and funk albums that have come out over the last few years. We're going to hear from the Greyboy Allstars, a funk group based out of San Deigo, off of their album that they released last month (after a 5 year hiatus): Inland Emperor. We'll also hear from the British acid jazz group the James Taylor Quartet off of their album that they released just last week: Closer to the Moon. On top of that we've got The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Ikebe Shakedown, Menehan Street Band, Snarky Puppy, The New Mastersounds, Heavy Shift and a whole lot more funky sweetness. If you can dig the funk, soul and jazz scene, and want to see where it is progressing today, then make sure not to miss this Saturday night's editon of The After Hours.
Mañana no te puedes perder Noche Musical donde estaremos rindiendo un tributo a Selena la reina del tex-mex quien a 18 años de su partida aun sigue viva en la mente y en los corazones de todos sus seguidores...
Martes 2 de abril a las 11pm centro por KRUU-LP 100.1FM
You cannot miss Noche Musical where we will be paying tribute to Selena, the Queen of Tex-Mex, who is still alive in the minds and in the hearts of all her followers...
Tuesday, April 2 at 11 pm Central for kruu-lp 100.1fm
Piero Piccioni was one of Italy's most prolific and creative film composers. Inventive, futuristic Jazz for Science-Fiction, moody orchestration and Funk for gangster movies and political thrillers and serious B-3 boogie and wah-wah groovers for oddball sexcapades; no genre was beyond his range.
He incorporates jazz, mystery-adventure thrills, and avant-garde elements into his wide variety of work which has been the sonic backdrop for everything from B horror films to lush, romantic epics.
Take a trip back to the wild and hip swinging days of the 60's & 70's that sound as modern today as ever! Wed March 13, 2-3PM.
This week on Videogame Audio, we'll be taking an in-depth look at the music of Sega Dreamcast hit title Sonic Adventure 2, as well as the beautiful music of the Epic Battle Fantasy flash game series. Friday at 9:00 AM, don't miss it!
Hello world! Dirk here. Thinking about you, your ears and the show Monday afternoon. What will I play? Got some ideas, but depending on how things play out, we shall all find out as one at 4 o'clock. Hope you enjoyed the show last week, started out a bit rough with some technical errors but I am learning the ropes quickly. What I can guarantee is a little Ravi Shankar. Things should be spicy! Hope your monday goes smooth and thank you for tuning in!