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New Music on KC Cafe Radio: June 21, 2016

 Dave Gunning - Lift  Dave Gunning – Lift

  • Folk/Americna

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 Jonathan Cavier - Premier  Jonathan Cavier – Premier

  • Folk/Pop

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 The Bob and Al Show - Album 2  The Bob and Al Show – Album 2

  • Rock

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 Sparrow Blue - Mabel  Sparrow Blue – Mabel

  • Americana

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 Ben Bedford - The Pilot and the Flying Machine  Ben Bedford – The Pilot and the Flying Machine

  • Folk

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 Richard Paul Thomas - Salado  Richard Paul Thomas – Salado

  • Americana

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 Jesse Rae - Blue Funk  Jessie Rae – Blue Funk

  • Folk/Folk Blues

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The Vogts Sisters - Homeward  The Vogts Sisters – Homeward

  • Folk/Americana

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Erisa Rei - Glass Jar (single) Erisa Rei – Glass Jar (single)

  • Rock/Pop

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Bridget Kelly Band - Outta the Blues Bridget Kelly Band – Outta the Blues

  • Blues/Rock

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The Tearaways - The Earl Mankey Sessions Vol. IV The Tearaways – The Earl Mankey Sessions Vol. IV

  • Rock

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Marc Platt Marc Platt (singles): Beautiful Liar/I Saw it on TV/Radio Silence/Shooter at the Gate/This Ain’t Who We Are/The Lonliness Game

  • Americana

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RJ Comer - Nightly Suicide RJ Comer – Nightly Suicide

  • Rock

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Michael Franano - I Want to Know Michael Franano – I Want to Know

  • Rock/Pop

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Michael Franano - Songs For a Girl Michael Franano – Songs For a Girl

  • Rock/Pop

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Mill's End - The Swann Sessions Mill’s End – The Swann Sessions

  • Rock/Country

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De La Torre - Ruins (single) De La Torre – Ruins (single)

  • Rock

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FAI 2015: Conversations At Folk Alliance

AJ Genero, Kathy Forste and Hilary Scott posing for the camera following their Showcase performanceFor all of us at KC Cafe Radio, the 27th Annual Folk Alliance International conference proved to be our most rewarding experience yet.  It was an honor to host such an outstanding group of fine musicians from across the United States and around the world on our Showcase stage and on our air.

We wish to thank all of those musicians who shared their musical talent, making our nearly 20 hours of live coverage possible and entertaining.  Thanks also to others who were not scheduled to perform on our stage yet dropped by just to say “hello” and lend their support.

Thanks to Sally Smith, proprietor of Whistlestop Antiques in Belton, Missouri, and a KC Cafe Radio board member, who assisted behind the scenes with our production efforts.

The view outside from the KC Cafe Radio showcase room: Union Station and downtown Kansas CityThanks to Folk Alliance International, who placed us inside such a beautiful performance venue at the Westin Crown Center Hotel. It was a treat to look out our windows and gaze over Union Station, the downtown Kansas City skyline, and the Crossroads Arts District, while we enjoyed the live music.

And most importantly, thank you, dear listener, for supporting this excellent demonstration of Bringing You The World’s Finest Original Music with your listenership of our live coverage.  If you missed any of it, you will find the archived recordings elsewhere on this site, just search for “FAI2015.”

Here are the interviews we recorded between performances at our Showcase stage:

FARM 2014: Conversations At FARM

KC Cafe Radio's Booth at the 2014 Folk Alliance Region Midwest conferenceOur second year of coverage from the 2014 Folk Alliance Region Midwest Conference  in Saint Louis Missouri was highlighted by the conversations we had with conference attendees.  From musicians, music industry professionals, radio station DJs and venue operators, we were impressed with the breadth of conversation and learning we acquired at this year’s conference.

We hope you also enjoyed our live coverage.  Over the three days at the conference, over 22 hours of live coverage, including 6 hours of live performances from our Private Showcase stage, was provided for your listening pleasure. Here, we present all the conversations that were recorded from our daytime coverage at the conference.  Elsewhere you will find recordings from our live late-night showcase broadcasts.  If you missed any our live coverage, you can enjoy it all right here.

Next Year the conference relocates to Iowa City, Iowa.  A community rich in art and culture, Iowa City will offer even greater opportunities for networking, performance and fun.  Stay tuned to the FARM website for more details!

Conversations at FARM:

Pictures from our interviews:

 

FARM 2014: Friday Night Showcase

KC Cafe Radio Showcase RoomOur second night of live coverage from our Private Showcase room at the 2014 Folk Alliance Region Midwest Conference featured a wide range of music talents, excellently representing what it means to be Folk.  Our thanks to The Squirrel Hillbillies, Richard Paul Thomas, Gradon James and Laura Spink, Jane Godfrey and Sue Fink, Cathy Gutjahr and Brian Kalinec for offering up their fine talent for our microphones.

Listen to the performances here:

Pictures from our Friday night showcase:

FAI Conference 2014: Thursday Afternoon Showcase

Bohemian HighwayFebruary 20, 2014 – Our Private Showcase at the 26th Annual Folk Alliance International Conference in Kansas City opened with a wonderful lineup of new and returning KC Cafe Radio Performing Artists.  Our thanks to Bohemian Highway, Mick Byrd, Richard Paul Thomas, Jefferson Fox, Josh Harty, and Shane Lamb for providing the music.

Listen to the performances here:

Pictures from the show: