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World-class artists on E-Town in April

Apr 27, 2013

World-class artists on E-Town in April
Mondays at 7 pm

April 29 – Martin Sexton / The Milk Carton Kids
   Long-time guest and friend Martin Sexton regales us with songs and stories that span his career. Then up-and-coming folk duo The Milk Carton Kids (pic) demonstrate why they receive a warm welcome wherever they perform.

World-class artists on E-Town in April

Apr 20, 2013

World-class artists on E-Town in April
Mondays at 7 pm

April 22 – CAKE / Danny Barnes / Eliza Gilkyson, Celebrate Elwha, Pt. 2
   Part 2 of a multi-day event commemorating the nation’s largest dam removal project.

Outbeat in April

Apr 19, 2013

Outbeat in April
Sundays at 8 PM

April 21 – Outbeat Collage
   Host Mikala Kennan welcomes performing artist and educator Chris Fritzsche. Internationally known as a counter-tenor vocalist, Chris is a frequent soloist with Bay Area vocal and instrumental ensembles. He is a former member of the vocal group Chanticleer and has sung concerts in some of the world’s most renowned venues. He currently serves as Music Director for the Center for Spiritual Living in Santa Rosa.

Outbeat in April

Apr 12, 2013

Outbeat in April
Sundays at 8 PM
April 14 – Outbeat Music

In conjunction with an upcoming benefit concert, Host Mikala Kennan features music and conversation with local, award-winning, singer/songwriter Bobby Jo Valentine (pic). Join us for an intimate look at the man and the musician behind this talented performer.

The Covers Story

Apr 9, 2013

A 12-inch square offers artists a flexible frame for all kinds of artistry, so it’s little wonder that many record album covers have become such memorable images. A new documentary examines the stories behind some of those covers, and KRCB’s Bruce Robinson talked with the film-maker.

The Cover Story is being shown twice this week at the Sonoma International Film Festival, at 10:30 am on Thursday, April 11 (at Murphy's Pub) and at 9 pm on Saturday, April 13 (at the Vintage House). 

Say What? on Flashback

Mar 31, 2013

Say what?
Tuesday, April 2 at 7 pm

 

Hard on the heels of April Fools’ Day, this month’s Flashback program devolves into syntactical silliness, with an hour of nonsensical songs. Well, maybe not entirely, but in their titles or other key phrases. You’ll be surprised who gets

World-class artists on E-Town in April

Mar 31, 2013

World-class artists on E-Town in April
Mondays at 7 pm
April 1 – John Hiatt / Brandi Carlile

   Gifted singer/songwriter John Hiatt (pic) brings stripped down versions of some of his brilliantly crafted songs, and singer Brandi Carlile performs with her incredibly talented band.

Tennis / Neil Halstead on E-Town

Mar 23, 2013

Monday, March 25 at 7 pm

Tennis / Neil Halstead
   Denver-based trio Tennis has music enthusiasts and critics around the country in a frenzy, while Neil Halstead has earned an ardent following by making intensely atmospheric music with a near-hypnotic power.

Wednesday, March 20 at 8 pm

During the 1940s, ’50s and ’60s, Southern-born, Chicago-raised and New York-made Sister Rosetta Tharpe (rt) introduced the spiritual passion of her gospel music into the secular world of popular rock ‘n roll, inspiring the male icons of the genre. This flamboyant African-American gospel superstar, with her spectacular virtuosity on the newly electrified guitar, was a natural-born performer and a rebel—one of the most important singer-musicians of the 20th century.
 

Big Head Todd and the Monsters / Nicole Atkins

Mar 16, 2013

Monday, March 18 at 7 pm

Big Head Todd and the Monsters / Nicole Atkins
Nationally renowned Big Head Todd and the Monsters (rt) share the stage with talented newcomer Nicole Atkins who performs her gutsy-bluesy songs.

The Lamb

Mar 15, 2013

Sunday, March 17 at 10 am

The Lamb
 Choral music for the season by Jonathan Dove (rt), John Tavener and other composers. Hosted by Jenny Bent.

Music for Celtic Saints

Mar 15, 2013

Sunday, March 17  at 9 am

Music for Celtic Saints
Explore music written for saints associated with Ireland, Scotland, and Wales. Plus we’ll focus on the harp in our Listener’s Guide to the Renaissance Consort, and hear music from a recent recording by the ensemble Atalante.

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy / Nellie McKay

Mar 9, 2013

Monday, March 11 at 7 pm

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy / Nellie McKay
It’s-still-cool-to-swing Big Bad Voodoo Daddy bring their huge vintage sound to the stage, followed by the one-of-a-kind musical theatrics of Nellie McKay.

Mumford and Sons / Danielle Ate The Sandwich

Mar 3, 2013

Monday, March 4 at 7 pm

Mumford and Sons / Danielle Ate The Sandwich
   The young and spirited quartet Mumford and Sons bring their unique, earnest and high-energy folk-rock sound all the way from London. Then Danielle Anderson (rt) and her band Danielle Ate The Sandwich share their quirky, hip-hop original tunes.

Music of William Byrd

Mar 1, 2013

Lofty music on Sunday mornings,  Sonoma County’s very own choir lofters bring you the best in choral music.
Sunday, March 3 at 10 am

Music of William Byrd (rt)
   A preview of the March 9-10 Circa 1600 concerts in Petaluma and Sonoma. Hosted by Kris Haugen.

Dar Williams / Slaid Cleaves

Feb 23, 2013

February 25 – Dar Williams / Slaid Cleaves

Dar Williams shares her great music with us, and singer/songwriter Slaid Cleaves dishes up his alt-country sound.

Moby / Suzanne Vega

Feb 16, 2013

February 18 – Moby / Suzanne Vega

Talented artists Moby and Suzanne Vega offer a pared down acoustic set of soulful and folk music.
 

Flashback: 1960s Hits We Didn’t Hear

Feb 4, 2013

Tuesday, February 5 at 7 PM

 

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