Sean Knight

FM Program Director / Operations Manager / Traffic / Production

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This week, January 17th/18th, Glenn Siegel will deliver his new CD (his 10th!) "At Your Feet" to Brian and Doug. We will premier it on KRCB.

Check out the KRCB-FM New Releases Hour Tuesdays at 11 am, with an encore presentation on Wednesdays at 7 pm! 

Join us Monday morning as Ben Morrison stops by Studio A - at KRCB-FM Radio 91 - for a chat and some music with Brian!

Join us at 9:30 am as Doug Blumer, and at 10:30 am - The Rainbow Girls stop by Studio A at KRCB-FM Radio 91 for a chat and music with Brian Friday morning - January 13th!

Protect My Public Media

SIGN THE PETITION TO KEEP YOUR LOCAL STATIONS ON THE AIR  

The President’s budget proposes eliminating public media funding.  

Without this critical seed funding, your local stations may be forced to go off-air or cut the programs you love and the public services your community relies on. Your community could lose access to educational content for children, emergency communication services, local programming, trusted news and more.   

Watch President Obama's "Farewell" Address to the nation again! To view - drag the time line circle (little red dot that moves along at the bottom of the viewer) to the time of 5:41:16 to watch the speech from the beginning. 

President-elect Donald Trump will hold a press conference Wednesday morning January 11, 2017. It is scheduled to begin at 8 am PT, and it will air on KRCB-FM. The special coverage will be hosted by Robert Siegel, who will be joined by National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson, White House Correspondent Tamara Keith, as well as National Security Correspondent Mary Louise Kelly and Business Editor Marilyn Geewax. 

Tonight at 6 pm - President Barack Obama gives his farewell address to a large audience, live at McCormick Place in Chicago. This broadcast on KRCB-FM will be hosted by NPR’s Audie Cornish. Also joining the coverage: National Political Correspondent Mara Liasson, Political Editor Domenico Montanaro, White House Correspondent Scott Horsley, Justice Correspondent Carrie Johnson, and Diplomatic Correspondent Michele Kelemen.

Join us at 10:00 am as Randy Teaford, and at 10:30 am - local singer-songwriter Hanna Haas stops by Studio A at KRCB-FM Radio 91 for a chat and music with Brian Thursday morning - January 12th!

The wide world of food is coming to Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio. From street food in Thailand to a bakery in a Syrian refugee camp to how one scientist uses state of the art pollen analysis to track the origins of honey (and also to solve cold murder cases), Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street Radio goes anywhere and everywhere to ask questions and get answers about cooking, food, culture, wine, farming, restaurants, literature, and the lives and cultures of the people who grow, produce, and create the food we eat.

Sunday January 15, 2017 - 4:00 PM: 

Recorded live at the WordTemple Poetry Series in Sebastopol, three poets celebrate new collections — Sandra Anfang, Lee Slonimsky and Katherine Hastings.  Introduced by Sonoma County Poet Laureate Iris Jamahl Dunkle. 

Robbie Robertson on World Cafe to discuss his newly-released autobiography, Testimony - Friday January 6, 2016
David Jordan Williams

World Cafe airs Monday through Friday at 2pm on KRCB-FM Radio 91. 

Here are the artists scheduled for upcoming shows on World Cafe: 

Thursday, January 5, 2017 
On this Vintage Cafe, we revisit a session with Dr. Dog from just after the release of their 2012 album, Be the Void. Also, a live Latin Roots session with electronic composer and producer, Helado Negro. 

Join Brian in the Morning on KRCB-FM - Friday January 6th when the Easy Leaves stop by for a chat and some songs!

Check out their live Studio A appearance from 2015 performing "Too Much Gin"

Zhang Dongdong

The New Year holiday tradition continues with the Toast of the Nation jazz party. Spirited, improvised and swinging, each hour was recorded live at Blue Note venues throughout the country and the world.

From Doug Jayne:

Recently, I compiled my top ten list of albums that came out in 2016. Keep in mind that this is the list of a 62 year old coot.

If you want a list of cool albums, picked by younger, in-the-know people, talk to Gerry, Josh, Ethan & Midori at the shop. (The Last Record Store in Santa Rosa)

And of course there is Hoyt, my business partner of 34 years, who often has a musical opinion to share. 
 

ARTIST: Bonnie Raitt

The Bad Plus: It's Hard  

Lydia Loveless : Real  

Fred Hersch: Sunday Night at the Vanguard  

Modest Mouse Night on the Sun  

Brian Wilson and Friends  

Stephen Ragga Marley - Revelation Part II: The Fruit of Life  

Aaron Neville - Apache  

Rob Ickes and Trey Hensley - The Country Blues 

Sara Watkins Young In All The Wrong Ways  

Avett Brothers True Sadness 

As Colvin & Earle, longtime friends and admirers Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle have united to record their self-titled debut, a true standout in careers already filled with pinnacles and masterpieces. Produced by the masterful Buddy Miller and recorded in his living room studio, Colvin & Earle contains six co-written originals plus inspired covers including the Rolling Stones ‘Ruby Tuesday,’ and Emmylou Harris ‘Raise the Dead.’ Few things can touch the magic of artists so in tune that they seem to be able to read each other’s minds.

For anyone who’s been listening to great music during the past half-century, Paul Simon is certainly no stranger. So one of the most remarkable things about his extraordinary masterpiece, Stranger to Stranger, Paul Simon’s 13th solo record, is that it conjures a vivid and vital new context to his well-established genius as a singer and songwriter. Full of thrilling textures that feel fresh and modern, while still offering subtle and artful allusions to our shared musical past, Stranger to Stranger presents the perfect opportunity to get to know Paul Simon in a new way.

The band’s first new album in 20 years. Good Times finds all three surviving band members (Micky Dolenz, Michael Nesmith, and Peter Tork) taking turns on lead vocals, playing a wide range of instruments, and sharing new compositions. The unmistakable voice of the late Davy Jones is also included with a vintage vocal on the Neil Diamond-penned “Love To Love.” To produce the album, the band found the perfect musical co-conspirator in Grammy and Emmy-winning songwriter Adam Schlesinger (Fountains Of Wayne, Ivy).

The second album from this reunited outfit featuring Tom Petty and Mike Campbell alongside their pre-Heartbreakers bandmates. Mudcrutch 2 is the follow up to the band’s 2008 eponymous debut, which Rolling Stone called “a country-rock instant classic” in a rave four star review. This album was produced by band members Tom Petty and Mike Campbell with Ryan Ulyate. All members of Mudcrutch contribute songs on Mudcrutch 2. The album includes seven originals written by Tom Petty, with band members Mike Campbell, Tom Leadon, Randall Marsh and Benmont Tench composing one each.

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