Listening Lyrics

Welcome to an hour of LISTENING LYRICS. Right here on KDRT 95.7FM in Davis, California. Listening Lyrics is a genre free zone - we feature the artist. What makes them do their thing. Listen to the hope and satisfaction in their voices. Listen to what only commercial free community radio can bring you. Close your eyes - open your ears - relax your mind. Join host Pieter Pastoor and co-host Jeanne Pastoor. Now lets enter, the mother of all that is music and lyrics and the human capability of producing art.
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Jenn Rogar Sings Her Story from a Mountain Top: the Interview, January 22, 2021

Below is a short bio of Jenn Rogar - visit her at http://jennrogar.com for more information.

"I started singing as a child in my room growing up in Los Angeles (Van Nuys and Woodland Hills) to singers like Elton John, Helen Reddy and Julie Andrews. I put on plays in my garage that I wrote and performed in for my neighbors. In high school I played flute in the band and was too shy to sing. During the Karaoke craze I began to perform and also sang the title song on a CD put out by my church. I sang and performed with Monkey Business, a light-hearted singing telegram service in Sacramento in the late '80s. I have sung and performed in some fashion my whole life.

The Joy and Madness of Hans Eberbach. Complete Interview 1/8/21

Hans Eberbach is an award winning vocalist and songwriter who was born on the west coast and raised in the northeast wilds of Maine in a small town called Dover-Foxcroft, returning to the California sunshine after high school to launch his career in the mid '90's as the singer for Sacramento based roots rock band Sweet Vine. Guided by Geoff Bywater - a music supervisor at FOX, the band was barely playing live shows locally when they were signed to a publishing deal with Warner-Chappell and then to a record deal with Sony/Columbia.

The band toured and released one self-titled album that was a fresh take on the warm, fluid songs inspired by Jim Croce, The Allman Bros, The Black Crowes, and many other classic rock bands and songwriters of the 70‘s. When the group eventually disbanded, Hans Eberbach moved to Los Angeles, spending his time submitting music for TV and film eventually returning to Sacramento in the 2000’s.

The Music Lives On: Musicians we lost in 2020

In 2020, we lost many wonderful musicians. Some famous, some not quite as famous.

For our final show of 2020 we have selected a few songs of artists who did not meet the very famous category, but whose music contributed oh so much. Enjoy the show and give thanks that these artists stuck with it to enrich our lives.

See the playlist below for a list of artists and songs. 

HAPPY NEW YEAR.

Jazz To The World. Listening Lyrics annual Holiday Show. Aired December 18, 2020

Listening Lyrics annual Holiday show this year is JAZZ TO THE WORLD Featuring Christmas and Hanakkuh selections. Listen in as Pieter and Jeanne play a unique set of tunes to go along with your egg nog.

Several local artists are included in the playlist. Including Nancy Northrup, Greg Johnson and Estelle California.

See playlist below for a complete listing of the songs played.

Your Community Radio Station Needs Your Help: KDRT, 'Where The Grass Roots Grow'

Community radio in Davis is in its annual drive to keep your radio station on the air. Jeanne and I discuss the programs on KDRT while we play the music of the following fine local artists: Katgruvs, Bootjuice, Midnight Dip, Bad Mother Nature, Miss Lonely Hearts, Philharmonik, Jessica Malone, Nickel Slots, The Big Poppies, Element Brass Band, Big Sticky Mess, and Roger Kunkel. There are so many many more, but we only have an hour -- keep listening to our weekly show and I'm sure we will please you. 

Thank you.

Nick Zhilin (Николай Жилин), a Musician in St. Petersburg, Talks About Music

Nick Zhilin - Look who I found.

On my photo Instagram account (pastoorpics), I have followed a fellow photographer (emptynous_photo ). I noticed that he is also a musician. That's when the roots for this interview were planted.

Nick Zhilin (Николай Жилин) was born, raised and lives in St. Petersburg, Russia. He grew up in a family with three brothers; his mother encouraged his musical studies. Nick plays the piano, guitar, and loves to perform on his Balalaika. He writes his own songs, and experiences what many young musicians do, mainly perfecting their music in their spare time.

Nick is also involved with his university in the study of world religions and philosophy.

Adrian West Has a True Musical Compass: the Interview, Oct. 30, 2020

Ask Adrian what kind of music The Adrian West Band  plays, and he'll say "Yes." Or if he's feeling cocky, he'll say "Good."

The longer answer: original acoustic rock that sounds like Paul Simon meets Dave Matthews, plus rock & jazz covers and instrumentals. The full quartet features vocal harmonies, guitar, electric violin, bass, drums, alto sax, and a bit of live "looping”. Duo and trio formats also happen.

Sylvie Simmons' 'Blue On Blue' is Extraordinary: The Interview, Friday, Oct. 23, 2020

Sylvie Simmons writes about music, and plays music. She's an award-winning rock journalist - one of the very few women included among the predominantly male rock writing elite - and a best-selling author whose books have been translated into more than 30 languages.

Her most recent books are last year's Face It: Debbie Harry and, in 2012, the definitive Leonard Cohen biography. She has also written books on Johnny Cash, Serge Gainsbourg and Neil Young.

After four decades of writing about music and musicians, Sylvie did the near-impossible and crossed over to being a singer-songwriter herself, accompanying her original songs on a ukulele. Signing a record deal in 2014, she released her debut, Sylvie, which the UK Guardian called "one of the most beautiful albums of the year."

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Comments

What can I say; I LOVED THIS SHOW!

Additionally, I'll let you in on a secret, this was the first time that I listened to, not one, but two complete Rap songs -- and enjoyed them. :)

 

Loved the show and thoroughly enjoyed Cory. Tell him what Michael J Fox once said; "I am careful not to confuse excellence with perfection. Excellence, I can reach for; perfection is God's business."  He was excellent.

the October 3rd show was way too short. What a mellow and superbly classy hour that just blew by. Thanks!

Opadirkjan

Kind words from a kind brother - thank you

Underground Grandpa rocks!!

Thanks ed

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