Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Rural Grit Radio

Wednesday MidDay Medley rings in the New Year with Rural Grit Radio, a special celebration of Rural Grit Records & Productions that has hosted the Rural Grit Happy Hour for the past 15 years in Kansas City. Rural Grit were the first to record The Wilders, and feature the music of many of KC’s prominent musicians and songwriters.

Joining Mark as guest producer and guest co-hosts are: Kim Stanton, Executive Director and Mark Smeltzer, Principle Musician of Rural Grit. Mark and Kim will feature music from their vast catalog of Rural Grit Recordings of over the last 15 years. Along with the recordings we will also feature a live, in the studio group performance from many of the regular contributors of The Rural Grit Happy Hour, produced every Monday night at The Brick.

On your local radio dial 90.1 FM or
STREAMING LIVE at: kkfi.org

Show #506

ON Wednesday MidDay Medley | January 1, 2014 | 10:00 am

Wednesday MidDay Medley presents Rural Grit Radio

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Wednesday, January 1, 2014

Rural Grit Radio

Wednesday MidDay Medley rings in the New Year with Rural Grit Radio, a special celebration of Rural Grit Records & Productions that has hosted the Rural Grit Happy Hour for the past 15 years in Kansas City. Rural Grit were the first to record The Wilders, and feature the music of many of KC’s prominent musicians and songwriters.

Joining Mark as guest producer and guest co-hosts are: Kim Stanton, Executive Director and Mark Smeltzer, Principle Musician of Rural Grit. Mark and Kim will feature music from their vast catalog of Rural Grit Recordings of over the last 15 years. Along with the recordings we will also feature a live, in the studio group performance from many of the regular contributors of The Rural Grit Happy Hour, produced every Monday night at The Brick.

On your local radio dial 90.1 FM or
STREAMING LIVE at: kkfi.org

Show #506

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