Monday, February 7, 2011

Featured Last Week on KXCI:


(L-R) Bright Eyes, Aurelio, Drive By Truckers, Ali Farke Toure

Connor Oberst is back at it with Bright Eyes' latest, The People's Key. Aurelio is dreaming about being "by the beach," with a wonderful new world album Laru Beya. The Drive-By Truckers, minus one guitar player, hit the road again with Go-Go Boots. For Black History Month, The Home Stretch features new CD Documentaries. This week, Ali Farka Toure's album Talking Timbuktu. Also, this Friday at 4pm, a one-hour special featuring Bob Marley & the Wailers last performance from 1980.

Wednesday, tune in at 3:30pm to hear Americana artist Kort McCumber live in Studio 2A!. McCumber plays Nimbus Brewery at 5pm and he's a potential artist for the 26th annual TKMA Folk Festival (April 30th and May 1st, 2011). This Thursday, tune at at 4pm and 5:30pm during The Home Stretch for Live in Studio 2A! performances by Apex Manor and Grupo Fantasma

Leading up to Arizona's 99th anniversary of statehood on February 14th, on Your Morning Brew, this week's One Cup of Java Challenges are about Arizona history. 

Photo: Douglas Historical Society

Tuesday's question was about the author Thornton Wilder, who called Douglas, Arizona, home for about 18 months in the early 60s. That question was suggested by author (and KXCI member) Tom Miller, who in 2009 wrote an article about Wilder's Douglas days for the Smithsonian Magazine. You can read it here.

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