In honor of The Monks’ Gary Burger and his performance at Freewheelin 1st Friday at the 331 Club January 6th, KFAI programmers will feature garage and punk rock music on their shows this week. Tune in to hear the wilder side of some of your favorite shows.
Right now Womenfolk is working on putting together the highlights of this past year, and we want to hear from you! Email us your favorite women’s folk and acoustic releases of the past year, and we’ll feature the top vote getters on January 10th at 2 pm.
On this weeks True Brit! ( Fridays at midnight ) host Simon Husbands will be talking to author Steve Boman about his new book, FILMSCHOOL, and finding out what music makes up the soundtrack to Steve’s life. Steve has a fascinating true story about himself to tell – about a family guy dealing with family issues, work issues and not getting any younger.
Our New Year’s Show features flamenco tangos and tanguillos that are so “get down,” they could very possibly twitch you hips out of joint, so warm up first, and then listen with caution! Yes, Virginia – there’s a weekly half-hour show of flamenco music hiding in plain sight on KFAI! It’s a webcast show only, and it’s available to you 24/7 for 2 weeks from it’s every Thursday premier.
It’s a double whammy! This weeks True Brit! will feature interviews with two outstanding musicians……first, Jerry Shirley – drummer with the immortal band Humble Pie. Jerry’s biography is just released and he’ll be telling stories about Syd Barrett, Keith Moon, Peter Frampton and Steve Marriott!
It’s a local music double-header Monday, November 28th, when members of Fort Wilson Riot and Phantom Tails stop by KFAI at 11am. The two bands bring their history of doing shows together to record for “Phantom Riot,” a split vinyl release party Saturday, December 3rd, at the Triple Rock Social Club.
Join host Glen Leslie this Friday, November 25, from 9:00 – 10:30pm for a Night of Hollywood Polynesia on Jet Set Planet. We’ll be hearing the best of the best from the world of Exotica. Also on tap is an interview with Exotik-a-GoGo, the house band at Psycho Suzi’s Motor Lounge in Northeast Minneapolis.