Jerry Garcia performed in well over 4000 live concerts during his decades as a musician, about half of the shows in The Grateful Dead, the rest in other projects. Jerry's solo career (view by year) spanned almost the entire existence of The Grateful Dead and his repetoire was truly massive.
it's the late night radio show that comes on in the afternoon.
No live music today, so Fortunato had to just make due with spinning discs and talking to guests. First off, pinball fanaticsKeith and Issac tell us about an upcoming pinball tournament, and an app that Issac has developed for your Iphone, so you and you friends can hold your own competitions at your favorite tavern. Film critics, DK and Mona discussed The Heat, Pacific Rim and The Lone Ranger. We also recommended some Rainy Day Vacation DVDs.
The late night radio show that comes on in the afternoon.
Live music in the studio, as we welcome a guitar duo named Golden Sunbird, who play space age music. Our featured interview is with voiceover artist, and member of The Firesign Theater, Phil Proctor. Who called us all the way from Hollywood, with stories about his current work, the classic comedy albums he's appeared on, and news about an upcoming Firsign Theater Events on August 17th in Hopland, CA. So tune in Fortunatoand the gang for another fun filled afternoon.
KBOO proudly presents the world premiere of Dennis Nyback's old-school musical Ten Cents a Dance, performed live on the stage of Portland's Clinton Street Theater on April 11, 2013 as part of KBOO's Radio Pictures series.
Set in 1941, Ten Cents a Dance gives a new shine to such vintage tunes as I've Got a Crush on You (George and Ira Gershwin) and Get Yourself a New Broom (Harold Arlen and Ted Kohler), all wrapped up in a very modern narrative.
Featuring Dave Frishberg on piano and starring Rebecca Kilgore as