2013: The Year in Music with: Tim Finn, Marion Merritt, Chris Haghirian and Michelle Bacon

Mark welcomes four special guests who’ll share their favorite musical releases of 2013. Guests include: Tim Finn, Music Editor of The KC Star, and creator of the influential music blog: Back to Rockville; Marion Merritt, of Barnes & Noble Music Dept. and creator of the music blog: a2-m3.com; Chris Haghirian, from Ink, and KC Star; and Michelle Bacon, Editor of The Deli KC.

We’ll hear recordings from: bloodbirds, Dead Voices, Josh Berwanger, Pedaljets, The Grisly Hand, CocoRosie ft. Antony, Laura Marling, The Holydrug Couple, Foxygen, Phosphorescent, Olassa, Not a Planet, Maps For Travelers, Anakin, Cowboy Indian Bear, Tiny Horse, The Latenight Callers, and Ha Ha Tonka.

And tune into Wednesday MidDay Medley in December as we present our 4-week special: The 113 Best Recordings of 2013.

Show #501

ON Wednesday MidDay Medley | November 27, 2013 | 10:00 am

Wednesday MidDay Medley presents 2013: The Year in Music

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2013: The Year in Music with: Tim Finn, Marion Merritt, Chris Haghirian and Michelle Bacon

Mark welcomes four special guests who’ll share their favorite musical releases of 2013. Guests include: Tim Finn, Music Editor of The KC Star, and creator of the influential music blog: Back to Rockville; Marion Merritt, of Barnes & Noble Music Dept. and creator of the music blog: a2-m3.com; Chris Haghirian, from Ink, and KC Star; and Michelle Bacon, Editor of The Deli KC.

We’ll hear recordings from: bloodbirds, Dead Voices, Josh Berwanger, Pedaljets, The Grisly Hand, CocoRosie ft. Antony, Laura Marling, The Holydrug Couple, Foxygen, Phosphorescent, Olassa, Not a Planet, Maps For Travelers, Anakin, Cowboy Indian Bear, Tiny Horse, The Latenight Callers, and Ha Ha Tonka.

And tune into Wednesday MidDay Medley in December as we present our 4-week special: The 113 Best Recordings of 2013.

Show #501

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