Monday, September 13, 2010

Featured this week on KXCI:

Rewind: Big Brother & the Holding Company brought everyone back to the late 60's, Friday night at the Rialto. Tucson's Top Dead Center were, once again, at their best.

Coming up: Monday, September 20th at 5pm, KXCI rebroadcasts a portion of our Celebrate 1970 performance, recorded August 28th at the Rialto Theater.

Your Morning Brew w/Jim Blackwood

Global Express | 7:20am
The Pinker Tones | Modular

The new album by Spanish electronica group The Pinker Tones, is a light but satisfying musical dish, perfect for summer listening.

YMB Album of the Week | 8:20am
Morcheeba | Blood Like Lemonade

Reunited again with original vocalist Skye Edwards, Morcheeba's Paul and Ross Godfrey have managed to re-locate the band's classic trip-hop, down-tempo heartbeat.

The Home Stretch w/Jason Repko

THS Album of the Week | 5pm
Michael Franti | The Sound of Sunshine

"Music is Sunshine," says Michael Franti. The sometimes political but always socially conscious-thinking Franti serves up another album full of positive goodness.

THS Local Spotlight | 3:30pm
Live From Studio 2A | The Home Stretch revisits some of the best local performances from recent KXCI Studio 2A recordings.

M 9/13 Thru-Liner
T 9/14 Gabriel Sullivan
W 9/15 Nowhere Man & a Whiskey Girl
R 9/16 Seashell Radio
F 9/17 The Swigs

THS Studio 2A Rewind | 4pm
Every Monday at 4pm we re-listen to a Studio 2A performance from the KXCI archive. Today, Bobby Bare Jr. from 8/30/10

CRACKER live! in Studio 2A on Tuesday, 9/14 at 4:30pm on The Home Stretch
We'll have David Lowrey (also founding member of Camper Van Beethoven) and JohnnyHickman of Cracker at KXCI for an in-studio performance. They play later Tuesday night at Club Congress.

The Budos Band. At 2:30pm this afternoon, Jorg Mauelshagen airs an interview with the Budos Band, an afro-funk outfit from New York. They visited KXCI and spoke with the Jorgenator. Here them today at 2pm!


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