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Podcast: Robert Cline Jr. on KRFC 88.9FM Live@Lunch One Hour Radio Show

Robert Cline Jr. at KRFC Radio
Photo courtesy of Angel Mountain Media

 ”Born into a deep rooted Texan family, Robert Cline Jr.  is no stranger to the musical spirit and passion of the Lone Star State.  His first guitar was a college graduation present, and he immediately immersed himself in learning to play.  Robert began his music career on the road as an oil & gas man.  Living in hotel rooms with only a guitar for company, he spent countless hours crafting his sound. Like many artists, Robert is heavily influenced by his musical heroes.”

Podcast: Sweet Talk Radio on KRFC 88.9FM Radio Show Live@Lunch

Sweet Talk Radio at KRFC 88.9FM photo by Angel Mountain Media“Boy plays music he writes. Girl plays music she writes. One day girl goes over to boy’s house and they start to sing together. Boy smiles. Girl smiles back. Flash forward to their wedding day a few years later. Soon after,  Sweet Talk Radio is born.  Boy smiles. Girl smiles back.  SWEET TALK RADIO is the husband and wife team of Kathrin Shorr & Tim Burlingame.

This dynamic duo, based in Los Angeles, draws on the combination of Shorr’s captivating vocals and Burlingame’s lyrical guitar.  Their music has earned them recurring spots on the iTunes Singer Songwriter chart and the ears of music supervisors on some of today’s top tv shows.

“With undeniable chemistry both on stage and off, STR create alternative-folk-pop songs full of depth and yearning, delivered with an earnest desire to connect.” —Santa Barbara Independent

Kathrin Shorr on KRFC 88.9FM

On September 4th, Sweet Talk Radio released their second album, “State of the Union”.

The eleven-song recording is a poignant rumination on love and relationships, mixed by Eric Robinson (Natasha Bedingfield, Colbie Caillat, Milk Carton Kids) and mastered by Evren Goknar (Greg Laswell, The Weepies) at Capitol Mastering.”

 

Photos by Angel Mountain Media

Podcast- Elephant Revival on KRFC 88.9FM Live@Lunch | One Hour LIVE Performance/Interview

Elephant Revival's Facebook Cover PhotoElephant Revival is a soulful, seductive quiver of songwriters and multi-instrumentalists that reign from points all across America. Since Oct 06′ Daniel Rodriguez, Bonnie Paine, Dango Rose, Sage Cook and Bridget Law have herded in a greatly applauded neo-acoustic gyptic revival at festivals, theaters, clubs and house concerts from the Pacific coast to the rolling hills of New England.

The Revival plays entirely original music with a few carefully chosen traditionals and  eclectic cover tunes but their precise genre is hard to pin down. As independent film director Mikey Eberle elaborates, “When I hear Elephant Revival I am struck by my inability to define it. I am forced to confront the music as it is, connecting to it with a virgin spirit of mind. Consequently it feels like I am experiencing music and all its joys for the very first time. “Each Elephant possesses remarkable vocal abilities which are highlighted during every performance. The individual members carry a vast amount of talent and are all multi-instrumentalists. Daniel Rodriguez plays a distinctive finger-style acoustic guitar and banjo. Bridget Law is a high elevation fiddle champion who regularly teaches and plays in Scotland. Dango Rose is solid as a rock on the upright bass and adds nice texture on the mandolin. Sage Cook is a shredding instrumentalist who plays the electric banjo, electric guitar, mandolin and upright bass. Bonnie Paine’s innovative washboard and percussion style has inspired a new generation of folk-percussionists. Her playing transcends the Cajun, Bluegrass and Latin conventions usually associated with the instrument. Occasionally she will bow an eerie yet angelic line out of the musical saw. Her voice has been compared to the likes of Natalie Merchant and Grace Slick, but the calm power which fuels her voice is beyond explanation. Her vocal prowess is hauntingly beautiful.

Individually and collectively the band members have performed with some of the most prolific performers of our time including Bela Fleck, John Paul Jones, Michael Franti, Little Feat, George Clinton & Parliament Funkadelic, Yonder Mountain String Band, Leftover Salmon and Railroad Earth amongst countless other great and talented contemporaries. In 2008 Elephant Revival played a handful of great festivals including Joshua Tree Roots Festival, Yellowstone Music Festival, Yarmony Grass, Mulberry Mountan Harvest Fesival, Mackinac Island Festival, Oyster Ridge Bluegrass Festival, Sawtooth Music Festival, Desert Rocks, Nederland Music and Arts Festival, et al… In July 08′ the band released their debut album produced by long-time collaborator and friend David Tiller (ThaMuseMeant, Taarka). The album has received high praise on an international level. Its new-age sound has garnered Elephant Revival the reputation as a “Transcendental Folk” outfit.”

 

KRFC’s Top Played Albums & Songs of 2012

Data compiled by Scott Foley, host of Routes and Branches on KRFC.

On this, the final day of 2012, it’s fitting to look back a bit at what we’ve been playing at KRFC over the last 364 days. These reports were run for any album that was released in 2012, which disqualifies anything that saw the light of day in 2011 or 2010 (even if they received more spins that one of these more recent releases).

ALBUM SPiNs for 2012

1) Mama Lenny & the Remedy, Punches & Hugs (C)
2) Lumineers, Lumineers (C)
3) Danielle Ate the Sandwich, Like a King (C)
4) Halden Wofford & the Hi-Beams, Live @ Hodi’s (C)
5) Tennis, Young & Old (C)
6) Musketeer Gripweed, Straight Razor Revival (C)
7) Joan Osborne, Bring It On Home
8) Mosey West, Merica (C)
9) Black Keys, El Camino
10) Leftover Salmon, Aquatic Hitchhiker (C)
11) Otis Taylor, Otis Taylor’s Contraband (C)
12) Trampled By Turtles, Stars & Satellites
13) Robert Cline Jr, All the Right Reasons (C)
14) Alabama Shakes, Boys & Girls
15) First Aid Kit, Lion’s Roar
16) Katie Glassman, Snapshot (C)
17) Longest Day of the Year, Turn Into the Ground (C)
18) Novalima, Karimba
19) Ladysmith Black Mambazo, LBM & Friends
20) Jekylls, Sweet Factory (C)
21) Jerry Douglas, Traveler
22) Little Willies, For the Good Times
23) Old Crow Medicine Show, Carry Me Back
24) Norah Jones, Little Broken Hearts
25) Yawpers, Capon Crusade (C)

COLORADO SPiNs for 2012

1) Mama Lenny & the Remedy, Punches & Hugs (C)
2) Lumineers, Lumineers (C)
3) Danielle Ate the Sandwich, Like a King (C)
4) Halden Wofford & the Hi-Beams, Live @ Hodi’s (C)
5) Tennis, Young & Old (C)
6) Musketeer Gripweed, Straight Razor Revival (C)
7) Mosey West, Merica (C)
8) Leftover Salmon, Aquatic Hitchhiker (C)
9) Otis Taylor, Otis Taylor’s Contraband (C)
10) Robert Cline Jr, All the Right Reasons (C)
11) Katie Glassman, Snapshot (C)
12) Longest Day of the Year, Turn Into the Ground (C)
13) Jekylls, Sweet Factory (C)
14) Yawpers, Capon Crusade (C)
15) Chris Daniels, Better Days (C)
16) Bad Weather California, Sunkissed (C)
17) O’Brien Party of 7, Reincarnation (C)
18) Arliss Nancy, Simple Machines (C)
19) Bonnie & the Clydes, Wrong Side Up (C)
20) Grant Farm, Grant Farm (C)
21) Euforquestra, Let Us In (C)
22) Better Than Bacon, Better Than Bacon (C)
23) Ronnie Shellist, ‘Til Then (C)
24) Coles Whalen, I Wrote This For You (C)
25) Katya Chorover, Big Big Love (C)

SONG SPiNs for 2012

1) Lumineers, “Ho Hey” (C)
2) First Aid Kit, “Emmylou”
3) Mosey West, “In Tune” (C)
4) Beach House, “Myth”
5) Danielle Ate the Sandwich, “Faith In a Man” (C)
6) Joan Osborne, “Shake Your Hips”
7) Lumineers, “Big Parade” (C)
8) Tennis, “Origins” (C)
9) Mama Lenny & the Remedy, “Not a Girl To Keep” (C)
10) Trampled By Turtles, “Alone”
11) JD McPherson, “North Side Gal”
12) Norah Jones, “Happy Pills”
13) Tennis, “It All Feels the Same” (C)
14) Black Keys, “Gold On the Ceiling”
15) Tallest Man On Earth, “Revelation Blues”

Podcast: Fierce Bad Rabbit on Radio Show KRFC 88.9FM Live@Lunch~Nov. 2012

Happy Holidays from Fierce Bad Rabbit
Photos courtesy of Darren Mahuron

“Fresh, energetic and intelligent, Fierce Bad Rabbit takes you on a journey so interesting that you don’t want it to ever end. From the opening notes of “Everything Is Alright”, the first track on their eponymous debut EP, through the infectious melody and lyrics of “YOU!” off of their 2012 EP, “Live and Learn,” you know you’re in for something new and captivating. Tightly woven tapestries of notes and well-crafted lyrics delivered with disciplined passion by frontman Chris Anderson, who also plays guitar and keyboards, combined with the powerful yet perfectly nuanced viola and supporting vocals of Alana Rolfe, the rock-solid rhythmic backbone of Dayton Hicks on bass and Max Barcelow on drums create a constantly changing yet consistently fulfilling musical experience for the listener.

Photos courtesy of Darren Mahuron

The vocals themselves may occasionally make you think that you could be listening to a new project from Brandon Flowers of The Killers or Brian Fallon of The Gaslight Anthem. The band clearly shares the influences of such indie favorites as Arcade Fire and The Shins, and there is a certain kinship with other leading-edge artists like The National, Iron & Wine and Band of Horses. But the music this Ft. Collins, Colorado-based quartet makes is all their own, and the more you hear it the more it comes across as a brilliant amalgamation of many musical styles and structures. Alternately joyful and somber, forceful and laid back, playful and contemplative, their songs challenge you to decide whether you should stand and listen intently or grab the person next to you and dance the night away.

Formed in 2009, the band released two solid recordings in scarcely more than a year: the self-titled debut EP and a full-length, 15-song sophomore effort, “Spools of Thread”. After making an immediate impact on the increasingly sophisticated and crowded Colorado music scene, playing to packed houses at local hot spots in Ft. Collins, Denver and elsewhere and drawing large crowds at busy festivals like the Westword Music Showcase and UMS, the band is now touring extensively, including appearances at America’s preeminent independent music gathering, South by Southwest in Austin, Texas, the storied Viper Room in Los Angeles, California, and many, many more.

Listen once and you’ll be impressed. Listen again — and see them perform live — and you will be a fan. From that point on you’ll want to see them again and again, and you’ll join the growing ranks of people eager to see what happens next for this talented group called Fierce Bad Rabbit.”

Find FBR at www.facebook.com/fiercebadrabbitmusic  or www.reverbnation.com/fiercebadrabbit

Photos courtesy of Darren Mahuron

Podcast: Judith Avers on KRFC 88.9FM Live@Lunch- LIVE Radio

 

While in Colorado, Judith Avers has consistently rocked the stage or appeared on albums with other great talents including The Fray, Born in The Flood, Yonder Mountain String Band, Hazel Miller, Gregory Alan Isakov, Holly Near, Glen Phillips, John Sebastian, Devotchka, John Magnie (Subdudes), Liz Barnez, Nina Storey, and songwriting legends Gary Harrison, Tia Sillers, Mark Selby, Randy Sharp, Mark D. Sanders, and Gary Chamberlain among others.

Now based in West Virginia, Judith continues to amaze everyone touring nationallySound Engineer, John Russell, with Judith Avers at KRFC with, not only her brilliant songwriting and angelic delivery, but her beauty and grace embodied by the incredible artist she has become. We are thrilled to have her back in the KRFC studio! www.JudithAvers.com

Podcast ~ Roop Verma on KRFC 88.9FM Live@Lunch -First Day of our Fall Membership Drive

Roop Verma is an internationally respected sitarist, composer and accomplished teacher of Indian Classical and Sacred music. His training comes from two of the greatest masters of our time, Maestros Ravi Shankar and Ali Akbar Khan. He has lectured and taught at major universities on three continents and has delivered celebrated concerts in some of the most prestigious concert halls they have to offer. Among his reputable outreach in music are the healing music and meditation seminars he conducts throughout the world. He has been an honored guest of the Belgian Government and was the featured artist and composer of Acceptance, a work written in commemoration of the 50th Anniversary of the United Nations in Geneva, Switzerland. His memorable 1997 concert at Berwaldhallen, Stockholm was produced by Swedish National Television and Radio, and has been released as one of his many recordings. His Concerto for Sitar and Orchestra was received with warm appreciation at its premiere, Merkin Hall in New York during November 2006. For its European premiere, the Concerto was performed by the Linkoping Symphony Orchestra of Sweden in September 2007. He composed original music for the documentary film Dalai Lama Renaissance, which received 12 international awards and was also released as a soundtrack. www.dalailamafilm.com In addition to being a resident and visiting professor at the Eastman School of Music and the Oberlin Conservatory of Music, Roop Verma is the recipient of the National Endowment for the Humanities Award for 2006 as Distinguished Visiting Professor at Hartwick College. As director of the East-West School of Music in Monroe, New York, he teaches summer and winter courses on the application of science, principles and techniques of Indian classical music to primarily but not limited to Western students of both instrumental and vocal music. An all inclusive course, its participants range from beginner to professional. Roop Verma is considered one of the musical pioneers of neo-impressionism and has established his place in the world of music. The magic of his music is appreciated worldwide, with simplicity portrayed through the peace and healing experienced as a result of his music.”

KRFC is Community Funded™

About KRFC & Community Funded

During the High Park Fires this summer, KRFC put our own fund-raising campaigns on hold to host benefits at Avogadro’s Number that raised more than $20,000 for Rist Canyon Volunteer Fire Department, Larimer County Humane Society, NoCo Rebuilding Network and Red Cross of Northern Colorado. In the midst of those efforts, KRFC saw Community Funded raising over $13,000 for NoCo Rebuilding Network through online giving during the fire. We hope to continue that MC² (Mega Community Collaboration, a cornerstone of the Community Funded philosophy) to ensure KRFC remains a solid voice of the community through good times and bad.

Money raised through Community Funded will help replace our aging infrastructure, upgrade our broadcast tower to boost our signal within our broadcast range, and allow us to integrate new media technologies, including on-demand and mobile apps, to connect with listeners in the modern world.


KRFC House Concert & Craft Beer Keg

You provide the house, we provide the party.

KRFC will coordinate with a local band and local brewery to host a private house concert for you and your friends with a keg of delicious beer from one of our amazing breweries in town.

 


KRFC Platinum Membership Package

1. 3 Premium coupons- Each redeemable at the station for a KRFC, T-Shirt or CD of your choice

2. KRFC Messenger Bag

3. A 4GB KRFC flash drive loaded with KRFC’s best Live@Lunch performances.

4. Day Dedication on KRFC

5. 1 coupon for CD from KRFC’s ‘Live Local. Listen Local.’ CD Library

 


KRFC Gold Membership Package

1. KRFC messenger bag

2. A 4GB KRFC flash drive loaded with KRFC’s best Live@Lunch performances.

3. Day Dedication on KRFC

4. 1 coupon for CD fromKRFC’s ‘Live Local. Listen Local.’ CD Library

 


KRFC Silver Membership Package

1.Choice of One: a) KRFC Flag Shirt; b) Metal AC/DC-inspired Shirt; or c) Retro Monkees-inspired Guitar Shirt

2. A 4GB KRFC flash drive loaded with KRFC’s best Live@Lunch performances. 3. Day Dedication on KRFC

4. 1 coupon for CD from KRFC’s ‘Live Local. Listen Local.’ CD Library

 


KRFC Drive-Time Membership Package

Get a 4GB KRFC flash drive loaded with KRFC’s best Live@Lunch performances!PLUS:

1. Day Dedication on KRFC

2. 1 coupon for a CD from KRFC’s ‘Live Local. Listen Local.’ CD Library

 


KRFC Basic+ Membership Package

Become a member and show your support with this exlusive Community Funded & KRFC “I Powered the Tower” Shirt.

(women’s sizes available)

 


DJ An Hour on KRFC

Have you always wanted to be a DJ? Come join us at KRFC as our guest DJ for an hour and play the music you love!

 


Choose ANY 2 CD’s from KRFC’s ‘Live Local. Listen Local.’ CD Library

Support KRFC and our local music scene with a coupon for two cd’s from KRFC’s ‘Live Local. Listen Local.’ CD Library at the KRFC station as well as our new KRFC Colorado Flag bumper sticker.

 


Dedicate a KRFC Show

Want to send a little love over the air to someone for their birthday, anniversary or just to say you love them? You can dedicate a show on KRFC to them!

 


 

KRFC “I’m With The Band” Shirt & Sticker

Show your support of KRFC with our limited edition I’m With The Band T Shirt. (Please indicate Men’s size) and our new flag bumper sticker.

 


Get An On-Air Shout Out

We will thank you on air on KRFC 88.9 Fm for your support. We’ll set up a specific time so you and your friends can tune in to hear it at www.krfcfm.org.

 


KRFC Flag Sticker

Show your support of KRFC and Coloradio with a limited edition bumper sticker.

 


How To Give Through Community Funded

First, to fund a CF Project you must be 18-years of age and a U.S. resident. If you meet those requirements you can click on KRFC’s project card to see our “Willy Fundit” video, check on our funding goal, funding deadline, and the Giftbacks offered. Take your time to review the options. Then fund KRFC by adding Giftbacks to your gift basket and clicking the “Fund” button. You may add multiple Giftbacks to your gift basket before checkout.

At the time you pledge to a project your credit card is charged for the amount of the pledge. Your funds are then held in a CF escrow account until a project either successfully reaches its funding goal or a project does not meet its funding goal by the funding timeline.

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Podcast~ The Elders on KRFC 88.9FM Live@Lunch

The Elders on KRFC 88.9FM Live@Lunch with Cindy Reich of KRFC’s Celtic show, The Long Acre

“Take a group of fine Kansas City musicians with a passion for Celtic music, an Irishman with a love of all things American, and you get a cross-pollination that is high octane and progressive yet rooted in tradition.

What The Elders have created is something unaffected by fads, trends and the giant maw of mind-numbing commercialism – Celtic rhythms and melodies augmented with amped-up roots rock, blazing instrumentals and powerful vocals. But what sets this band apart is their top-notch songwriting. Their original songs are authentic, catchy and durable, while transcending the stereotypical notion of Celtic music.

Brian Baker of PASTE Magazine says it best, “The key to the band’s success is in its flawless blending of the Celtic storytelling tradition with contemporary instrumentation and, perhaps more importantly, their ability to write original songs that sound as timeless and authentic as the ancient jigs and reels that have inspired them.”

In the tradition of folklore that is passed down through the generations, The Elders’ songs tell us stories of people, places and events – some recent, some distant, some real and some imagined. The songs are mystical, comical, political and cultural, while covering a wide variety of topics such as poverty, civil war, family bonds, spirituality, love and friendship.

Since forming in 1998, The Elders have brought their musical mix to pubs, theaters & festivals across the globe. Their fan base is ever-expanding, consisting of people from all walks of life and of all ages. Many of their fans follow the band from gig to gig, sometimes driving for hundreds of miles to see their energetic performances. The band is familiar to many television viewers, thanks to the more than 130 PBS stations across the country that have aired their “Live at the Gem Theater” Concert Special.”

KRFC is looking for Volunteer DJs!

KRFC is looking for volunteers for our daytime mix shows. Currently there are a few morning and afternoon shifts available. If you think you have what it takes to be a volunteer DJ at KRFC and are interested in doing a daytime Music Mix, please contact us to find out how.