Diana Linn will be joined live in the studio this Tuesday morning from 6 – 8 a.m. by local singer/songwriter Scott Ford and members of the Texas contingent of what is affectionately referred to as The Bourbon Brotherhood.  Tune in to discover the individual songs and stories behind the musical journey of Kyle Reed, James Pardo, Jordan York, Luke Lapeyre Huggins and Kansas City’s Scott Ford.  They all have multiple gigs in Kansas City this coming week and would love to meet and see you at a show.  Just what makes a troubadour pile in a van, leave family and home fires behind to risk baring their hearts and souls to strangers who hopefully come to a performance?  That’s what Diana Linn wants to know and hopes to discover on this week’s Tasty Brew Edition of  Your Tuesday Morning Buzz.  For more information and videos of the guest artists, check out the Event Page on Tasty Brew Music’s Facebook page here.

ON Your Morning Buzz: Tuesday | January 21, 2014 | 6:00 am

The Bourbon Brotherhood

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Diana Linn will be joined live in the studio this Tuesday morning from 6 – 8 a.m. by local singer/songwriter Scott Ford and members of the Texas contingent of what is affectionately referred to as The Bourbon Brotherhood.  Tune in to discover the individual songs and stories behind the musical journey of Kyle Reed, James Pardo, Jordan York, Luke Lapeyre Huggins and Kansas City’s Scott Ford.  They all have multiple gigs in Kansas City this coming week and would love to meet and see you at a show.  Just what makes a troubadour pile in a van, leave family and home fires behind to risk baring their hearts and souls to strangers who hopefully come to a performance?  That’s what Diana Linn wants to know and hopes to discover on this week’s Tasty Brew Edition of  Your Tuesday Morning Buzz.  For more information and videos of the guest artists, check out the Event Page on Tasty Brew Music’s Facebook page here.

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