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Wednesday MidDay Medley

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Wednesday MidDay Medley is produced and hosted by Mark Manning. Tim Finn, Music Writer for The Kansas City Star and Ink, wrote that Wednesday MidDay Medley was the “Best Place To Hear Local Music On The Radio: The place to listen to new local music and often hear performers talk about it.” (December 4, 2013) The show plays with themes, special events, and features new and local releases, Interviews, and live in-studio performances. The show plays indie, glam, punk, funk, folk, hip hop, classic country, jazz, lo-fi, electronic, soul, latin, broadway, cuban, african, ambient. Special shows include our ongoing, “A Story in a Song,” “Remembering MLK,” and our four-week December series: “The 100 Best Recordings of the Year.” We also welcome special guest producers and co-hosts, including: Marion Merritt who joins us semi-regularly to share musical discoveries.

Past guests of the show

The Grisly Hand, Dollar Fox, Lily Tomlin, Marty Kraft, Laurie Anderson, Greg Brown, Anne Winter, Abigail Henderson, Karen Errington, Maria Vasquez Boyd, Tommy Ramone, Sam Harris, Iris DeMent, Bach Aria Soloists, Natalie Gallagher, Shy Boys, Krystle Warren, Robert Moore, Billy Smith, David Ford, Chuck Haddix, Tim Finn, Hector Casanova, Stephanie Roberts, Spencer Brown, Jacob Fred Jazz Odyssey, Ron Megee, Dewey Chafee, Kirsten Paludan, Peter Lawless, Masankho Banda, Nick Cave, Betse Ellis, David Sokolowski, David Wayne Reed, Joel Nanos, Rosie Flores, Annie Cherry, Mr. Marcos V7, Peregrine Honig, Jim Hightower, Amy Goodman, Eleni Mandell, Jill Sobule, and Chris Haghirian, Necia Gamby, CJ Janovy, Maria The Mexican, Tim Kearns, Kurt von Schlemmer, Lisa Cordes, Matt Dunehoo, Brian Hicks, Nico Gray, Sandra K. Davies, Cris Williamson, The Bad Ideas, Kaite Stover, Crystal Boson, Shane Evans, Lou Jane Temple, Chadwick Brooks, Robert Coleman Trussell, Howard Iceberg, Gary Krough, Virgil Rhames, Donnie L. Betts, Jack Cole, Sam Cordes, Scott Cordes, Cathy Barnett, Kate Clinton, Jason Ryberg, Matt Erickson, Sunshine Del Hamric, Zoe LaGrece, Mark Hennessy, Ed Tato, Bill Sundahl, Von Hodad, Kathleen Warfel, Cody Wyoming, Aaron Barnhart, Nate Borofsky, Tom Livesay, Suzanne Westenhoefer, Thomas Frank, Dana Gilmore, Regina Spektor, Ubaka Hill, Cynthia Levin, Emily Lauren, Jon “Piggy” Cupit, Tim Brown, Robert Brand, Julie Lee, Susie Keynes, Will Leathem, Tabla Rasa, Jeff Black, Steven Eubank, Justin Van Pelt, Charlie King & Karen Brandow, Toby Grotz, Stephan Said, Crissy Sciolaro, Robert McCain, Missy Koonce, Christi Hoffman, Tret Fure, Ira Harritt, John Jessup, Cheryl Kimmi, Tom Crane, Frank Hicks, Bob Bond, Miriam Davidson, Rebekah Presson Mosby, Paul Malinowski, Megan Hamilton, Frank Alvarez, Dan Barnett, Pete Dulin, Pam Taylor, Peggy Friesen, Stacy Tolbert, Art McDonnell, Amy Boyd, Joel Kraft, Piney Gir, Mica Thomas, Jade Osborne, Connie Dover, Richard Pirodsky, Bess Wallerstein, Lora McDonald, Lew Edmister, Daniel Dermiztel, Rev. Sam Mann, Lisa Valenti, Emily Tummons, Mike Murphy, Vicki Walker, Beth Marshall, Nathan Granner, Beau Bledsoe, Mark von Schlemmer, Cory Call, Brady Karlin, Megan Birdsall, Griffen Alexander, Sabrina Matthews, Bob Smith, Alexis Barclay, Ellen Sheridan D.D.S., Rick Dodderidge, Joe Baehr, Joyce Slater, Tim Miller, Steve Brown, James MacDonald, Elizabeth Rich, Dorothy Hawkins, Debra Mellicker, Richard Mabion, Charles S. McVey, Jamie Rich, Tom Edmonson, Durwin Rice, Shawn Pavey, Paolo Andino, Ike Sheldon, Jerry Harrington, Sunshine Patten, John Koop AKA “Flo,” Corrie Van Ausdal, The Barclay Martin Ensemble, Rebecca Liberty, Meghan Whelan, Barclay Martin, Vi Tran, Erin McGrane, Sarah Swenson, Mark Lowrey, H. Stewart, Rick Willoughby, The Sleazebeats, Giuliano Mingucci, Michael Buckley, Terry Hancock, Chato Villalobos, Uzziel Pecina, Hector Casanova, Robert Heishman, Lonita Cook, Joe Faus, Rocky Hopson, Heather Thornton, Rob Houle, Agustin Frederic, Sterling Witt, Chris Gibson, Ron Simonian, Softee, Jennifer Appell-Goldston, Sarah Anderson, Matt Cygnett, Steph Allen, Allan Winkler, Sarah Mundy, Jane Gotch, Flora Chang, Blair Schulman, Don Simon, Mimi Mangrum, Cheri Lu Woods, Mongol Beach Party, Karen Errington, Christian Hankel, Christopher Meck, Heidi Van, Jeff Freling, Charles Ferruzza, Kyle Dalquist, Dave Lawrence, William Belzer, Jenny Mendez, Gilberto Guerrero, Janet Brown Moss, Natasha Derakhshanian, Mark Southerland, Elizabeth Hawn, Mike Ryan, Kathy Hale, Samantha Silveira, Art Suskin, Kathy Kane, KA$H Click, Two Headed Cow, Matthew Griggs, Mark Wingard, Jim “The Blind Guy” Hoschek, Philip ‘blue owl’ Hooser, Wick Thomas, Expassionates, Honey Valentine, Amy Farrand, Scott Easterday, Brodie Rush, Karen West, Marco Pascolini, Matt Weiss, Sean Kelley, BOOM! Alex Espy, Fran Stanton, Mikal Shapiro, Richard Burgess, Margo May, Sam Platt, Gnarly Dan, Matt Jacobs, Justin Norcross, Elaine McMilian, Shay Estes, Linda & Richard Rostenberg, Rachel McMeachin, Rusty Sneary, Matt Kesler, and Diane Burnette. For more information you can visit us at:

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Wednesday MidDay Medley Remembers MLK January 16, 2019 | 10:00 am

Wednesday MidDay Medley celebrates Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., born January 15, 1929. Mark plays music of the movement from: Mavis Staples, Pops Staples, The Staple Singers, Krystle Warren, Bobby Watson & The I Have A Dream Project Featuring Glenn North, Kelly Hunt, Bob & Una Walkenhorst, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings, Labelle, Common & John Legend, Curtis Mayfield, Maceo & The Macks, Mahalia Jackson, Marian Anderson, The Swan Silvertones, Sweet Honey in The Rock, Aaron Neville, Soweto Gospel Choir, Tramaine Hawkins, Ella Mitchell, Billy Porter, Solomon Burke, Nina Simone, Pete Seeger, and Sarah Lee Guthrie & Johnny Irion. Plus at At 11:15 Kelly Hunt and Una Walkenhorst share details about Hunt's new SongCraft Sessions series, starting January 16, at 7:00, at recordBar.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley Celebrates David Bowie January 9, 2019 | 10:00 am

Wednesday MidDay Medley Celebrates David Bowie, featuring short stories about David Bowie from nine of his biggest fans: Michelle Bacon, Barry Lee, Ben Grimes, Cody Wyoming, Krystle Warren, Jesse Bartmess, Marion Merritt, Ian Michael Flanagan Johnson, and Nico Gray. With songs from, and representing, some of David Bowie’s 27 studio albums, and recordings David Bowie wrote and produced for other artists, including: Lou Reed, Mott the Hoople, and Bowie songs performed by: Joan As Police Woman, OK Go, Bonerama, Col. Chris Hadfield, Nile Rodgers and James Murphy and Kansas City bands: Soft Reeds, and The Band that Fell To Earth. At 11:15, we welcome musician and writer, Michelle Bacon who joins us to share details about The Band That Fell To Earth and the fourth annual tribute to David Bowie with TWO nights of music: Friday, January 18 and Saturday, January 19, doors at 8:00 PM, show at 9:00 PM, at recordBar, 1520 Grand Ave, KCMO. A portion of ticket sales will benefit KC for Refugees, an organization that creates a welcoming environment for refugees moving to and living in the greater Kansas City area.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley Celebrates Iris DeMent January 2, 2019 | 10:00 am

WMM presents our annual celebration of Iris DeMent, born January 5, 1961, in rural Paragould, Arkansas. She was the youngest of 14 children. We'll feature music from Iris DeMent’s six full length albums, her contributions to film, her vast collaborative studio work with artists such as: Greg Brown, John Prine, Nanci Griffith, Emmylou Harris, Tom Russell, Steve Earle, and Kansas City's own, Gary Kirkland. We’ll also feature music from Iris DeMent’s inspirations: Loretta Lynn, Johnny Cash, Joni Mitchell, Merle Haggard and Bob Dylan.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley presents: The 118 Best Recordings of 2018 (Part 4 of 4) December 26, 2018 | 10:00 am

Wednesday MidDay Medley presents part-four, of our four-week special: The 118 Best Recordings of 2018. Based on playlists of this little ole radio show, we've compiled representative tracks from our favorite full-length and EP recordings of the year. We'll count down #29 to #1 with representative tracks from: Emmaline Twist, Bob & Una Walkenhorst, Slights, Calvin Arsenia, Shy Boys, Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear, Mikal Shapiro, Amy Farrand and The Like, Janelle Monae, Monta At Odds, Howard Iceberg & The Titanics, Ssion, Jametatone, Mysterious Clouds, CS Luxem, Marcus Lewis Big Band, Under The Big Oak Tree, Other Americans, Broken Arrows, The War and Treaty, Cowboy Junkies, Meshell Ndegeocello, Blood Orange, U.S. Girls, Cat Power, Superchunk, Amen Dunes, Dirty Projectors, and Parquet Courts.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley presents: The 118 Best Recordings of 2018 (Part 3 of 4) December 19, 2018 | 10:00 am

Wednesday MidDay Medley presents part-three, of our four-week special: The 118 Best Recordings of 2018. Based on playlists of this little ole radio show, we've compiled representative tracks from our favorite full-length and EP recordings of the year. We'll count down #59 to #30 with representative tracks from: Danielle Nicole, Of Tree, Amanda Fish, Second Hand King, Chris Hazelton's Boogaloo 7, My Oh My!, FACEFACE, Hi-Lux, Eems, Scruffy & the Janitors, Kian Byrne, The Get Up Kids, Sara Morgan, The Phantastics, Kadesh Flow, Carswell & Hope, Grand Marquis, Dragon Inn 3, Vigil and Thieves, The Big Iron, Yo La Tengo, Soccer Mommy, David Byrne, Fantastic Negreto, Lucy Dacus, Mary Gauthier, Gully Boys, Kississippi, First Aid Kit, and Angélique Kidjo.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley presents: The 118 Best Recordings of 2018 (Part 2 of 4) December 12, 2018 | 10:00 am

Wednesday MidDay Medley presents part-two, of our four-week special: The 118 Best Recordings of 2018. Based on playlists of this little ole radio show, we've compiled representative tracks from our favorite full-length and EP recordings of the year. We'll count down #89 to #60 of our list, with music from: Duncan Burnett, Dreamgirl, Khrystal., Blue False Indigo, Heidi Phillips and Danny Krause, Stephonne Singleton, Warm Bodies, The Project H, HighWesthus, John Keck, No Magic, Salty, Daisy Bücket, Chess Club, Jake Wells, Doby Watson, The Fey, Thee Devotion, Serene Fiend, Sauce, The Matchsellers, Supa Flower, The Breeders, Anna Calvi, The Internet, The Beths, Joan Baez, Tune-yards, Christine and the Queens, and St. Vincent.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley’s The 118 Best Recordings of 2018 (Part 1 of 4) December 5, 2018 | 10:00 am

We presents part-one, of our four-week special: The 118 Best Recordings of 2018. Based on playlists of this little ole radio show, we've compiled representative tracks from our favorite full-length and EP recordings of the year. This Wednesday, we'll count down #118 through #90 of our list, with music from: Miki P, The UK's, Those Far Out Arrows, The Sexy Accident, Cat Dail, Erin Eades, Stacy Busch, Digital Leather, Oh Dear Oh My, Noah Davis, Helen Gillet, Sona, Timbers, Eggs On Mars, Wade Brown, Noname, Cris Williamson, Joan As Police Woman, Foxing, Sunny War, Bernice, Tunde Olaniran, Tash Sultana, Adrianne Lenker, Femi Kuti, Marc Ribot & Fay Victor, Car Seat Headrest, Melody's Echo Chamber, and Superorganism.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley’s 25 Favorite Singles of 2018 November 28, 2018 | 10:00 am

Wednesday MidDay Medley presents our Top 25 Singles of 2018. Mark features 25 tracks from: Radkey, Heidi Lynne Gluck, Freight Train Rabbit Killer, Violet and The Undercurrents, Momma's Boy, Rachel Mallin and The Wild Type, Kelly Hunt, Red Kate, Instant Karma, The Black Creatures, Jessica Paige, Chase the Horseman, Hot Suede, Chloe Jacobsen, Olivia Fox, Danny McGaw, Keaton Conrad, Lovergurl, Remy Stryk, Jo MacKenzie, Payge Turner, Dylan Guthrie & the Good Time Guys, Y God Y, The Depth and The Whisper and Lava Dreams.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley welcomes Tim Finn + Marion Merritt + Chris Haghirian + Fally Afani November 21, 2018 | 10:00 am

Mark welcomes four special guests who share their Favorite Musical Releases of 2018. Guests include: Timothy Finn - Music Writer for In Kansas City Magazine, Marion Merritt - Founder of Records with Merritt, Chris Haghirian -of The Kansas City Star and 90.9 The Bridge, and Fally Afani - Founder & Editor of I Heart Local Music. We’ll hear representative tracks from: Calvin Arsenia, Bob & Una Walkenhorst, Mikal Shapiro, Madisen Ward and the Mama Bear, Amy Farrand and The Like, Khrystal., Pale Tongue, Sona, Serene Fiend, CS Luxem, Dragon Inn 3, Cat Power, Tash Sultana, Christine and the Queens, Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper, Blood Orange, Cowboy Junkies, Fantastic Negrito, and R+R=Now.


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Wednesday MidDay Medley welcomes Sauce + Shaun Crowley, Rachel Mallin & Mason Blaize + Dr. Michael J C Taylor November 14, 2018 | 10:00 am

Mark welcomes special guests: Royce Sauce Handy who joins us to share details about SoulFood4 Release Show. Also, Shaun Crowley & Rachel Mallin join us to share details about Manor Records for MOCSA and they'll bring along Mason Blaize who will play live in our 90.1 FM Studios. And, Michael J C Taylor joins us to talk about his new book "The Preamble and Mission of the Constitution" from Peter Lang Publishing USA. Mark also plays New & MidCoastal Releases from: Monta At Odds, The UK's, Shoebox Money, The Depth and the Whisper, They Call Me Sauce, Heidi Phillips and Danny Krause, OH DEAR OH MY, Eggs on Mars, Ex Acrobat, Chloe Jacobson, Dragon Inn 3, Rachel Cionitti, BRONCHO, and Meshell Ndegeocello.


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Mark has volunteered at KKFI 90.1 FM since 2001. He served as Secretary on KKFI's Board of Directors from 2004 to 2009. Mark also served as Host, Writer and Producer of The Tenth Voice from 2001 through 2009.


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