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Live in the LOAM presents BONANZA KING Saturday 9/6/14 at 1:00PM

LIVE IN THE LOAM is our NEW pop-up show featuring touring and local artists who are playing in and around Davis. It's a "pop-up" as it doesn't have a fixed position in our on-air schedule. This Saturday we will be interviewing and listening to BONANZA KING, a well-established local western swing band with deep roots into the Americana genres. Kari King and Keith Cary (of BONANZA KING) will join me in the studio. Their new CD is scheduled for release Sept. 13, 2014

 

 

Listening Lyrics Aug 22, 2014 with Evan Clayburg & Sally Hensel

This week on LISTENING LYRICS the dynamic duo of Evan Clayburg and Sally Hensel. They are Davis residents who met through their shared passion for music and art. Evan along with Sally are founding members of the THIRD SPACE ART COLLECTIVE in Davis, an art collective and music show venue where emerging creatives express themselves in a supportive atmosphere. In mid September Evan and Sally will be embarking on a 4 month creative journey to share what they’ve learned and learn from other likeminded creative spaces.

Album of the Week Aug 14, 2014,(6:00PM) Billie Joe + Norah "FOREVERLY"

Album Of The week - this - week is - BILLY JOE + NORAL "EVERLY"

"At first glance, this is a very odd record: an American punk superstar and an easy-listening chanteuse perform stripped-back Everly Brothers covers. It is hard to imagine Green Day frontman Billie Joe Armstrong andNorah Jones even sharing the same vocal booth, let alone harmonising with straight-arrow sincerity through murder ballads, sentimental weepies, corny cowboy songs and country laments.

This is a straightforward track-by-track recreation of the Everly Brothers’ classic Songs Our Daddy Taught Us, with Armstrong taking Don Everly’s lead role and Jones singing Phil's high harmonies. Younger brother Phil sadly died shortly after this tribute album was released, on 3rd January 2014 of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease brought on by smoking.

Listening Lyrics Aug 15th, 2014 with ROWAN MCGUIRE

Sometimes you just know - that was the case when I heard this young man at an open mic. I knew within minutes that I would love to have him on the show. So, this week Rowan McGuire is my guest for the full hour. Rowan  is a singer-songwriter from Davis, California, where he plays guitar, drums and sings. His songs feature unique finger picking techniques that have percussive elements, and they involve many different tunings. Recently he has added lyrics and vocals to his guitar playing to increase the depth and diversity of his music, blending vocal melodies and harmonies with complex picking patterns. His musical influences are John Mayer, Ben Howard, Michael Hedges, Andy McKee, and Tommy Emmanuel.

 

https://soundcloud.com/rowan-mcguire

https://www.facebook.com/rowansguitar

https://rowanmcguire.bandcamp.com

Album of the Week Aug 7, 2014,(6:00PM) Conor Oberst - Upside Down mountain

This week it is Conor Oberst to take the stage front and center. If your into his group BRIGHT EYES and singer/songwriter music you will enjoy this. Oberst can turn a lyric that sticks with you. His new solo album UPSIDE DOWN MOUNTAIN is featured this week.

Tom Moon at NPR writes

Listening Lyrics Aug 8, 2014 with LUKE O. PENA

This Friday, singer/songwriter Luke O. Pena will be our guest. Lukes' genre is folk/indie/acoustic. Listen in while we explore this Davis resident's music. Luke has climbed 10 of the tallest mountains in the USA -- WITH HIS GUITAR. Yes, he played and sang on the mountain tops. You can hear his music at http://www.reverbnation.com/lukeopena

LIVE IN THE LOAM presents CHATHAM COUNTY LINE - July 30, 2014 at 4PM

Chatham County Line is an American bluegrass musical group. Formed in Raleigh, North Carolina in 1999 from members of the band Stillhouse. The band has released seven albums, including six on the influential Yep Roc label (via notable producer Chris Stamey), and have become popular in Europe as well as their native United States. Their most recent tour took in numerous European destinations, including the prestigious Lowlands rock festival in the Netherlands. 

Chatham County Line will appear at the Palms Playhouse in downtown Winters on July 30, at 8 pm. At 4 pm that same day, they'll stop by KDRT's new "Live in the Loam" - LIVE, in studio, on KDRT with Doug Deep.
 
Visit Chatham County Line at http://www.chathamcountyline.com

LIVE IN THE LOAM presents BRUCE SALMON - Aug 1, 2014 at 2:30PM

With a repertoire including jazz standards from the 30s (think Paper Moon, Dream a Little Dream) to more current tunes (Kinks, Talking Heads, Butch Hancock) along with numerous originals influenced by his upbringing in New Orleans, his time in West Texas, and his studies in Eastern Europe, Brewski Salmineo, aka Bruce Salmon, is the definition of a performer. His music can be described as "Stories informed by travels all across the world, by train, truck, bus, and plane. Touring musician, chef, bus driver, carnie, teacher, audio engineer and more; these rich endeavors have woven a vast tapestry of experience, tales longing to be told."

Bruce Salmon and Keith Cary will be appearing at Berryessa Brewing in Winters on August 1  at 5 pm.  Bruce Salmon’s newest recording, A Barrel Full of Monkeys, will be featured on the new Live in the Loam show - LIVE, in the KDRT studio with host Doug Deep.

LIVE IN THE LOAM presents UNPOPABLE - Aug 2, 2014 at 3PM

"Live in the Loam" is a new show featuring musicians and bands traveling through the area. We can call these "pop-up shows" because the time of the show centers around the availability of the artist. 

As part of the new show's first-week line up, Doug Deep will host two groups performing live in the studio:  Unpopable and the Evangentials. Visit their websites (below) to learn more--their music is indescribably delicious. Better yet, LISTEN to the show. Oh, the JOY of LIVE RADIO!

Unpopable: http://www.balloonbass.com

The Evangenitals    http://www.evangenitals.com