Last Week on KXCI:
|(L-R) Sean Rowe, Naim Amor, Rebecka Pronsky, Rahe, Nina Simone|
Songwriter and Albany, NY native Sean Rowe delivers his debut album. Local Naim Amor releases his latest Parisian-tinted effort. Get ready for new-to-the-scene Rebecka Pronsky. University of Arizona graduate, self-taught guitarist and multi-linguistic Rahe debuts her album and on CD Documentary, Nina Simone's Sings the Blues.
Tuesday, March 22nd, two live performances on The Home Stretch. At 3:30pm, from Newfoundland, folk-rockers Great Big Sea. At 5:30pm, Fish Karma and we'll be talking about Tucson's first Fringe Festival.
Wednesday, March 23rd, Al Perry performs live and has a unreleased recording he'll play for us at 5:30pm on The Home Stretch.
Thursday, March 24th, Daniela Diamente talks Cyclovia2 (Sunday, March 27th) on The Home Stretch. Curtis McCrary and Charley Levy talk Festival en el Barrio Viejo at 5pm. Kiss and the Tells stop by about 5:45pm for a chat and to spin a tune or two.
Friday, March, 25th, Joey Burns of Calexico pays a visit to Your Morning Brew at 8:45am. The Home Stretch finds Gabriel Sullivan sitting in at 3:30pm with some new Taraf de Tucson recordings and we're happy to have Robyn Hitchcock on at 5:30pm for a tall tale or two as well as a live performance!
Saturday, March 26th, Ruby's Roadhouse winds up and delivers her annual Baseball Show. "Play Ball" with Ruby starting at noon!
Sunday, March 27th at 3:30pm on A View From Slightly Off Center, Japan's Nuclear Crisis - A Global Problem. Guest Harvey Wasserman is a world renowned expert on utility deregulation, atomic power and the renewable alternatives. Since 1973, when Wasserman coined the phrase "no nukes," he has helped lead the charge against nuclear power for such groups as Greenpeace and Musicians United for Safe Energy. Wasserman is editor of nukefree.org and author of Solartopia: Our Green Powered Earth.