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Five Three Oh!, an acoustic trio that plays music from many genres and generations, is the featured act (live in the studio) this week on Listening Lyrics The band’s wide ranging mix of music, including folk, blues and original tunes, is enhanced by original arrangements and unique three-part harmonies. To learn more visit them on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/FiveThreeOh. You can also hear some of their music on SoundCloud at https://soundcloud.com/five-three-oh
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A multi talented, multi instrumentalist (10 and counting) all packaged in a young lady named TAJLYN. Originally from the Cincinnati, Ohio area she is now shaking things up musically in central California. Tajlyn discovered music with the help of Mr. Rogers and wrote her first jingle in a funeral home. She describes her self as living a normadic life of music, travel and good times.
I know that KDRT and LISTENING LYRICS will be in for one great show with Tajlyn.
visit TAJLYN at http://www.tajlyn.com
This week Listening Lyrics will play some of the artists that are performing at the DAVIS MUSIC FEST http://davismusicfest.com
We will spin and introduce a variety of music for all to get the feel of this event which kicks of JUNE 21, 2014.
OVER 50 music events at 12 different location through out Davis.
Listen in and we can help you decide where and when and who to see.
If you can't make the event - just listen in to this awesome selection of music
When I saw TWO TRACK MIND perform I knew I had to have them on the show - Six months later the dream comes true.
Two Track Mind is the new musical duo featuring the amazing Matt Rowley and the incomparable Brian Souders.
Matt Rowley is a guitarist, vocalist, songwriter, composer and teacher who lives in the Sacramento area. His solo performances include electronic augmentation and improvisation creating a dynamic and exciting performance that includes material spanning 5 decades and many different styles and influences including his own compositions and interpretations of well-known and not-so-well-known songs.
Brian Souders is a harmonica player, vocalist, and percussionist with a love for raw blues and sounds from the streets. His solo performance includes a loop-station and several octaves of harmonicas along with hand shakers and stomp boxes to create a fusion of funk blues and beats referred to as harp-boxing. Brian's combination of these elements with improvisation and precision playing is truly exiting.
This week Listening Lyrics goes to Los Angeles to check out the LA Music scene. We have a remote interview with Will Carpenter and Dan Hange of SHIPS HAVE SAILED. That will set the tone for the show. Other selections from LA bands currently creating a buzz are Fitz and the Tantrums "The walker”, Bad Suns “Cardiac Arrest”, Incan Abraham "Tuolumne", Moses Sumney "Lindisfarne", Holychild "Happy With Me", Papa "Put Me To Work", Holy Folk "At A Moment Here", Mystic Braves "Please Let Me Know"
(http://www.shipshavesailed.com). Pictured are Dan & Will of SHIPS HAVE SAILED
Jesse Deere and Joe Fike join me in the studio for a lively discussion about the benifits of vinyl vs. compact Discs. As a treat we will be playing some vintage vinyl...
By the end of the show you will be educated to the benifits of both.
Greg Glazner is a guitarist and vocalist at work on a CD with his band, Professor Len and the Big Night. Listening Lyrics had the pleasure of seeing his band perform and believe me its straight out blues. Greg Glazner is also the author of two books of poetry, From the Iron Chair and Singularity, both published by W.W. Norton. Excerpts from his recently-completed novel, Opening the World, have appeared in Ploughshares, Poetry, The Colorado Review, Seneca Review, Idaho Review, and other magazines. His awards include the Bess Hokin Award from Poetry, The Walt Whitman Award, and a 2005 NEA Fellowship. He is the Distinguished Visiting Poet for Wichita State University, winter of 2012, and for spring 2012, a visiting writer at UC Davis. He is a longstanding member of the faculty of Pacific Lutheran University’s low-residency MFA program.
Featherweight is an American "rock" band based in Sacramento, CA. I put the word rock in quotes because these young musicians are more than rock. They have a unique capacity to create a rich sound around their writing capabilities. The vocals in their music are a rare gift that grab your ears. A fusion of sound that has earned them the respect in the music scene in Northern California.
Listening Lyrics is thrilled that they are this weeks guest.
Visit them at http://featherweight.fm