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The debut album of a band founded by esteemed saxophonist and composer Charles Lloyd, featuring Bill Frisell (guitar), Greg Leisz (pedal steel), Reuben Rogers (bass) and Eric Harland (drums).

This episode of KRCB’s A Novel Idea features Suzanne Lang in conversation with Kermit Roosevelt on his latest novel, Allegiance, an historical fiction set in the Supreme Court during WWII, with the Japanese internment presenting moral issues that resonate today.

Sonoma County Covers Project  
 Available NOW - at Last Record Store and at KRCB 

2 CDs featuring 27 songs performed by 27 artists covering 24 songwriters, all with connections to Sonoma County (most of them live here!) - and proceeds benefiting KRCB-FM Radio 91 

West Coast Live at Healdsburg SHED, Dec. 19

Dec 7, 2015

Did you miss West Coast Live at SHED this weekend? No worries. You have another chance: West Coast Live will be coming to Healdsburg SHED again on Saturday, December 19.  Be a part of the live radio audience and immerse yourself in the company of world-renowned authors and musicians for performance and interviews by ever-entertaining host Sedge Thomson.  Join writers, thinkers, comedians, and musicians from near and far and witness the much-loved show in person, live at SHED.

DECEMBER 19

Brian Griffith will be welcoming the Banjo Babes to our studios this Thursday morning around 10am. They'll be playing and talking about their upcoming show at the Arlene Francis Center in Santa Rosa on Friday, December 11 at 7:00 pm. Click here for tickets.

KRCB’s  A Novel Idea - with Suzanne M. Lang

Sunday, December 6th, 4pm PT

91.1 and 90.9 FM - streaming at www.krcb.org

We all have a story to tell. 

 

On Sunday, June 14th, Gil Mansergh hosts a special Grateful Dead version of Word By Word Conversations With Writers on North Bay Public Media KRCB-FM. His guest is librarian and cultural historian David Dodd, author of a massive book with the rather long title: The Complete Annotated Grateful Dead Lyrics: The Collected Lyrics of Robert Hunter and John Barlow, Lyrics to All Original Songs With Selected Traditional and Cover Songs.

This Sunday at 6 p.m., Mouthful holds a freewheeling conversation with host Michele Anna Jordan, engineer Mike Young and you! That's right, Mouthful wants you to weigh in with a phone call, a Facebook post or an email with your request, question or opinion. Topics to be explored include newly-released cookbooks, the county's current harvest of fruit and vegetables and a stunning documentary on the wild salmon of North America, along with anything you want to talk about.

During our KRCB-FM Radio 91 "Spring FUNds Drive" - we have some of the hardest tickets to get: 3-day passes to Bottle Rock Napa Valley 2015! These 3-day general admission passes are SOLD OUT! But - we have 2 pairs! These hard-to-get tickets could be yours - with your donation of $600.00 per pair. 

10-minute Play Contest Winners 

May 10th's Word By Word:

Conversations With Writers is one of the show's signature round-table discussions where four guests share microphones, and host Gil Mansergh tries to make sure listeners know whose voice is filling the airwaves.

This Sunday evening at 6, Mouthful explores the world of Sonoma County wool, including the upcoming Second Annual Wool Festival, taking place May 16 and 17. Among the evening's special guests are the founders of Haverton Hill Creamery, producers of the country's first sheep milk, sheep milk butter and sheep milk ice cream.

It's all about local wool and sheep on Mouthful, with host Michele Anna Jordan on KRCB Radio 91.

Now at 6 p.m. every Sunday evening.

Sunday at 6 p.m., Mouthful tackles the complicated issue of fluoride in our water system, with four special guests: David Little of Little Organic Farm; Scott Goyne of Henhouse Brewing; Michael Girout of Alvarado Street Bakery and Dawna Gallagher-Stroeh, director of Clean Water Sonoma Marin.

That's this Sunday evening at a new time, 6 p.m., on Mouthful, Smart Talk About Food, Wine & Farming in the North Bay and Beyond, with host Michele Anna Jordan on KRCB FM Radio 91.

CD of the week for April 21, 2015

Alabama Shakes: Sound & Color

Tune in to A Novel Idea, this Sunday, April 5th at 4pm PT -
 

John C. Hampsey’s boyhood memoir, Kaufman’s Hill standsout as a personal reflection that reads like a good novel.The story is set in the mid-sixties during that marked transition in urban landscapes and in race and culture. John’s voice is unique and compelling and he joins Suzanne Lang in conversation this Sunday, April 5th at 4pm PT. John’s engaged in a book tour around the country; find out more at www.johnchampsey.com .
 

Top Ten Favorites, World Music 2014

Jan 8, 2015

by: Glen Alpert - Crossing Borders on KRCB-FM, Sundays 1 to 3pm

 

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