A rocker is coming to LISTENING LYRICS - this promises to be one fun hour with PETER HOLDEN. Peter Holden is a San Francisco based pop/acoustic/rock musician who’s performed in California, Arizona, Texas, Georgia, and Connecticut to name a few states. His debut EP “The Athens & Other Stories” came out in June of 2013. The album is available on virtually every download site online. A second EP simply titled “EP#2” will be released for digital download soon. Peter’s sound is reminiscent of Matchbox Twenty, The Goo Goo Dolls, Jimmy Eat World, and the Gin Blossoms. Peter grew up all over the country traveling with his military Father and Family. Every place Peter lived became a part in his music.
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WATCH THE SHOW ON YOUTUBE IN HD: http://bit.ly/1vjbqRZ Dirk Hamilton is such a prototypical singer-songwriter-guitar player, someone ought to make a movie about him — and in fact Dirk does appear front and center in the upcoming documentary Folk...
"If you spend enough time with the new Sun Kil Moon album Benji, there is every chance that you will end up crying sooner or later. The first time I misted up to the album, it was during a relatively innocuous moment. “I Love My Dad” is one of the jauntier songs on an album full of haunted, death-obsessed songs, but it’s still the one that did it to me.
I heard this young man two years ago and finally he is available to appear on LISTENING LYRICS. KDRT is thrilled that Ryan will spend an hour in the studio. Ryan McBride is a Davis-native guitarist, singer, and songwriter. His mellow acoustic style takes influence from greats such as Tom Petty and Bob Dylan, alongside many other contemporary folk writers such as Jack Johnson and The Tallest Man On Earth. His musical repertoire includes a collection of covers and originals. He is currently in Davis to finish up classes but will send in his credits to receive his degree Bachelors in Biology this fall from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, Oregon.
LIVE IN THE LOAM is our 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; Live in the Loam airs based on the artists' availability. Not to worry if you're unable to listen--all shows are archived here for your listening enjoyment
Joel Daniel of The Hoots, is our guest this week. Children music can be tricky to say the least but The Hoots have found the right formula. The Hoots play children's oriented music rooted in folk, Americana, and rock. The songs, with their catchy melodies and fun themes, are familiar, yet unique. It is music that kids love and their parents more than tolerate!
Some of the awards The Hoots have been honored to receive:
- Winner of a 2013 Parent's Choice Award;
- Winner of a 2013 Family Choice Award;
- Winner of a 2013 Parent Tested Parent Approved Award;
- Winner of a 2013 Creative Child Award;
- Winner of a 2013 Tillywig Toy Company Award;
Time to get into BED - get ready for an interview with some very creative, talented and driven musicians. In late 2013, Alex and Sierra Haager quit their jobs and escaped their lives in San Francisco and headed north to start Breakup Records. Although they spend nearly every waking hour working with some of their favorite bands, they still found time to create a new project for themselves.
Sacto Americana outfit Mike and the Californios will visit the KDRT studios to play some tunes and chat about other projects Mike Blanchard is a long time member of the Sac Music scene and has played with a wealth of bands, including the Tattooed Love Dogs, who have been active for 20+ years. Dug Deep will host.
Visit Mike and the Californios at http://blanchard.styleshopdesign.com/band.html
Hear other Live in the Loam shows in our archive here. http://kdrt.org/program/best-live-loam
Listen in on some fine story telling. Hear amazing stories from the Golden State, from way back when in the language from way back when, with some stories written by the reader herself! Sit back and enjoy. http://kdrt.org/programs/chamber-street-theatre
KDRT is thrilled to have Dirk Hamilton share his talent and stories with us. This show will also be televised at a later date. Dirk Hamilton is such a prototypical singer-songwriter-guitar player, someone ought to make a movie about him — and in fact Dirk does appear front and center in the upcoming documentary Folk, which examines how three artists at dramatically different stages of their career work to reach an audience. Dirk is well cast as the seasoned vet. He’s just released his 17th album, solo mono, which recordnet.com describes as "raw and real," "inventive," and "delicately nuanced," with "a bluesy, contemplative feel." He’s bringing his guitar and harmonica to the Freight to play songs from the new album and from his thirty-five years in the music business.