Wednesday at 6:00 am
Your Morning Buzz: Wednesday
Here is a sample of what you will hear on “Your Morning Buzz” with Mike Murphy.
Keith Emerson, Terry Bozzio, Jon Anderson, Adrian Belew, Burton Cummings, The Fuchsia Band, Gerald Timble, Larry Kirwan of Black 47, Kinky Friedman, David Bromberg, Brother Bagman, Kasey Rausch, Super Massive Black Holes, Jim Hightower, Greg Palast, David Rovics, Lewis Diuguid, Yossarian’s Lament, The Buttermilk Boys, Last Free Exit, ERV, Rich Berry, Kevin Hiatt, Sun Mountain Fiddler, Dennis Kyne, The Elders, The Kelihans, Qristina and Quinn, Down Lo, Monique Danielle, , Mark Theis, Dwight Frizzell, Allaudin Ottinger, Brandon Draper.
The Days Between: A Tribute to Jerry Garcia featuring Jacob Bigus August 3, 2016 | 6:00 am
A tribute to Jerry Garcia in between the anniversary of his birth and that of his death. Jacob Bigus performs Jerry music live in the studio as part of the Wednesday Morning Buzz Summer Concert Series from 7:00 to 7:30am.
Salar Rajabnik July 20, 2016 | 6:00 am
Salar Rajabnik is this week's guest on Your Wednesday Morning Buzz Summer Concert. from 7:00 to 7:30am. He is a product of time spent in lots of seemingly contrasting places. Born in the Atlanta area, he was immersed in the world of southern American roots music early on. The strong Persian cultural influence of his father, an Iranian immigrant, was just as evident at a young age. This was strengthened by time in his youth spent living in Iran.
Poems for Summer with Joseph Davis + a Tribute to Rob Wasserman. July 6, 2016 | 6:00 am
This week's 7:00 to 7:30 Summer Concert features a poet! Joseph Davis returns to the program with poems of summer. During the first hour, we'll have a tribute to the late great bass player, Rob Waserman, who passed away last week.
Turlach Boylan Plus John Skill of the Romantics June 29, 2016 | 6:00 am
Irish musician, and Kansas City resident, Turlach Boylan continues Your Wednesday Morning Buzz Summer Concert Series. He is an accomplished player of flute, tenor banjo, and mandolin. He will bring his own guitarist. Also, Mike Skill of the Romantics checks in, in advance of their Fourth of July visit to Kansas City.