Join Host Beth Pike as she dips her hand in the proverbial box of musical chocolates to help promote this year’s KC Folk Festival along with The Annual Folk Alliance International Conference held here in Kansas City. Bring the entire family to the indoor kid-friendly festival. Start the morning with Rise Up Singing (an all-faiths sing-along) followed by an Irish dance with caller and don’t miss The Okee Dokee Brothers who won a GRAMMY® for Best Children’s Music Album in 2012.  Explore the fine art and creative work of Kansas City’s finest makers. Pottery, jewelry, instruments, and prints alongside vintage and vinyl. Drop by some community booths in the same hall and learn about the great things happening in the cultural sector here in the Midwest.  For more information go to KCFolkfest.org.  As an added treat, FAI Director Aengus Finnan will be in studio to discuss this year’s event/workshops, Band Camp and perform “live” in studio.  This will also be a kick off to KKFI’s Winter Pledge Drive in which tickets to this year’s KC Folk Festival will be up for grabs. Don’t miss it….It’s the Thirsty Thursday edition of The Morning Buzz on 90.1 FM KKFI Kansas City Community Radio.  Streaming on the web at KKFI.org.  Also, available on the TuneIn Radio app for most devices.  Join Us :) For more information go to http://kcfolkfest.com/

ON The Fusion Funkmeister | January 26, 2017 | 6:00am

KC Folk Festival 2017 & FAI Director, Aengus Finnan Live in Studio

Join Host Beth Pike as she dips her hand in the proverbial box of musical chocolates to help promote this year’s KC Folk Festival along with The Annual Folk Alliance International Conference held here in Kansas City. Bring the entire family to the indoor kid-friendly festival. Start the morning with Rise Up Singing (an all-faiths sing-along) followed by an Irish dance with caller and don’t miss The Okee Dokee Brothers who won a GRAMMY® for Best Children’s Music Album in 2012.  Explore the fine art and creative work of Kansas City’s finest makers. Pottery, jewelry, instruments, and prints alongside vintage and vinyl. Drop by some community booths in the same hall and learn about the great things happening in the cultural sector here in the Midwest.  For more information go to KCFolkfest.org.  As an added treat, FAI Director Aengus Finnan will be in studio to discuss this year’s event/workshops, Band Camp and perform “live” in studio.  This will also be a kick off to KKFI’s Winter Pledge Drive in which tickets to this year’s KC Folk Festival will be up for grabs. Don’t miss it….It’s the Thirsty Thursday edition of The Morning Buzz on 90.1 FM KKFI Kansas City Community Radio.  Streaming on the web at KKFI.org.  Also, available on the TuneIn Radio app for most devices.  Join Us :) For more information go to http://kcfolkfest.com/

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