Coinciding with its release on Feb. 22, WRTC is poised to provide the radio debut for
new live double CD, Max Creek’s 45 & Live.
— the singer, composer and multi-instrumentalist best known for his work with Roger Miller , Mission of Burma and Birdsongs of the Mesozoic — was interviewed on the Feb. 10 edition of Alloy Orchestra Notes From The Underground.
A two-part, four-hour feature on
aired on the Feb. 2 and Feb. 9 editions of Little Feat Greasy Tracks which included interviews with all members of the band as well as music from across the group’s career.
Farmertan, featuring featuring WRTC alum Matt Galvin, will be interviewed on the Jan. 27 edition of Notes from the Underground.
It was folk rock meets Americana on the Jan. 20 edition of
Notes From The Underground which featured some live tracks recorded specially for WRTC by The Kenn Morr Band.
A four-hour spotlight on
Jupiter Coyote was featured during a special edition of Greasy Tracks on Dec. 26. The program included interviews with band members and music from across their near 30-year career, as well as tracks from their just-released Life Got In The Way.
The annual WRTC fundraising marathon concluded Nov. 17.
Those who pledged should expect to receive a form in the mail with instructions on how and where to send their donation.
A four-hour spotlight of the legendary pianist
Les McCann was featured on the Dec. 1 edition of Greasy Tracks.
An interview with guitarists
David Gans and Stephen Inglis was featured on the Nov. 3 edition of Greasy Tracks in a show that included a variety of under-the-radar San Francisco-area bands.
The Oct. 27 edition of
Greasy Tracks featured an interview with Booker T. Jones in a program spotlighting music from throughout his career.
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