Wednesday MidDay Medley
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning
Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Synergy Services + Bach Aria Soloists & newEar
+ Money Wolf Music at The Folk Alliance International Conference
Wednesday MidDay Medley Plays More Local Music & New Releases from: She’s A Keeper, The Dead Girls, Maria The Mexican, Josh Berwanger Band, Akkilles, Expassionates, The Silver Maggies, Tommy Donoho, Folkicide Mercury, Jason Beers, Jorge Arana Trio, John Statz & Josh Harty, Gary Winston Apple, Com Truise, Holy Ghost!, and Crosby, Stills & Nash.
At 10:30 Mark talks with Jennifer Kempema & Speed Levitch, about Synergy Services Art Soup an open house, Sunday, February 23, at 2001 NE Parvin Road, Kansas City, MO. The event benefits the broad services that Synergy provides at it’s Youth Crisis Shelter and Synergy Youth Resiliency Center including: housing, mental health, social services, medical and dental care, as well as free art and music workshops to any metro area youth. More info at: www.synergyservices.org
At 10:45 Bach Aria Soloists perform LIVE in our 90.1 FM studios. We’ll talk with Elizabeth Suh Lane, Mark Lowry, and Jeff Harshbarger, about the debut collaboration of Bach Aria Soloists and newEar, presenting “L’Histoire: From Bach to Stravinsky,” Saturday, February 22, at 8:00 pm. at Community Christian Church 4601 Main, Kansas City, Mo. Info at: www.newear.org, www.bachariasoloists.com or tickets.cto.umkc.edu
At 11:10 Kansas City based singer, songwriter, musician – Winston Apple joins us to talk about his new collection of songs titled, “Two Tones,” recorded by Mark Thies at Markosa Studios.
At 11:30 Christian Hankel joins us to present music from artists involved in the Money Wolf Music Showcase, for the Folk Alliance International Conference, Feb. 19 – 23, at The Westin Crown Center. John Statz & Josh Harty, and Tommy Donoho will perform live in the 90.1 FM Studios. We’ll also hear music from Expassionates and The Silver Maggies. For more information about the Money Wolf Music Showcase for the Folk Alliance International you can visit: www.folk.org or www.moneywolfmusic.com