Music Announcements

Please tune in this Wednesday, April 8th, to Rockin’ in Rhythm from 6:00 to 9:00 am. At 7:06 am host David Cummings will be airing part one of his interview with Noel Neill. If that name isn’t familiar then perhaps “Lois Lane” is. Ms. Neill was the first Lois Lane to appear on the silver screen. She starred in two Superman serials with Kirk Alyn, who played the Man of Steel.

This month’s First Saturday Surf Stomp at the Hexagon Bar (Saturday, April 7) promises to be a special one.

Suzzy Roche, one third of cult favorites The Roches, will be returning to Womenfolk:node/123 on Sunday, December 16th to talk with host Ellen Stanley about what she’s been up to in the last year.

Friday, Nov 25, noon to 4 PM, it’s the fourth annual Swamp Pop Marathon radio show. Blanche from Fubar Omniverse, Karl and Mick from Louisiana Rhythms, David Cummings from Rockin’ in Rhythm and Larry England from Rhythm and Grooves will be indulging in four hours of Swamp Pop radio. An alternative to spending the day fighting shopping crazed bargain hunters – Stay home and listen to the radio!

Tune in to Womenfolk Sunday, February 1st as Pam K and her roots/bluegrass band Switched At Birth play live, previewing their performance that night at 7 pm as part of KFAI’s monthly Womenfolk Live concert series:node/14692 at Gethsemane Church, located at 905 4th Ave. S.

Ellen Stanley shares music and stories from this year’s SXSW music festival on Sunday, March 28th on Womenfolk. She also welcomes local band Jelloslave: into the studio for a live performance.

Local artist Patrick Flanagan stops by KFAI Tuesday, May 25th, at 8am, to talk about robot instruments with deeply traditional roots. Flangan performs under the name Jazari:, named for a 13th-century Arab scholar. As you can see in the photo, courtesy of Jazari Music, Patrick has a few remote-controlled sound machines with which he creates compositions.

David Cummings is pleased to welcome Ted Unseth to the show Monday August 16th. Ted was the founder of the Wolverines Classic Jazz Orchestra. The Wolverines played some of the coolest spots in the Twin Cities back in the seventies. Places like the Commodore Hotel and the Wabasha street caves in St.

Be sure and tune in Monday May 9th from 3:00 to 4:00 when Mr. Ted Unseth joins Rockin’ in Rhythm host David Cummings in the studio. Ted wears many hats, he’s a talented songwriter, musician, composer and arranger. Ted is also the founder of the original Wolverines Classic Jazz Orchestra and the current leader of his new band The American Classic Jazz Orchestra.

Tune in to Spin With Cyn: this Tuesday, July 26 as Cyn Collins airs her recent interview with highly influential guitarist Richard Lloyd, of the legendary New York post-punk band Television.

Television formed in New York City in 1973 when Lloyd and his roommate Terry Ork saw Tom Miller aka Verlaine perform three songs.