Hey now, Phil G here. The Wall of Sound, early and full versions, both
debuted in February (early rev 1973 and full 1974). It was a revolution in
concert audio. Now, in 2021, Anthony Coscia, in Connecticut, is building a
1/6 scale version. This week, we’ll be talking to Ant...
Sea shanties and sea songs have been getting a lot of attention recently,
partly because they are sturdy songs that can be sung with gusto. Any number
of people can sing them together, and spontaneous harmonies just add to the
richness of the singing experience. This episod...
When you think of West Virginia you probably think of coal. But as the coal
industry dies a slow death Appalachia is now pulled in two different
directions. On the one hand natural gas fracking now dominates the Ohio River
Valley and countless miles of gas pipelines spread ...
National Day of Empathy is an opportunity to uplift and amplify voices of
people impacted by the criminal legal system. Oregon’s Day of Empathy is at
noon, Tues, March 2nd. Oregon’s virtual event will include women directly
impacted by our criminal legal system who will di...
March is Women's History Month, and March 8 is International Women's Day, so
today's Pastures of Plenty will celebrate women's voice.
We'll start out with a rousing gospel stomper from Sister Rosetta Tharpe,
then hear from pioneering women folk singsers Elizabeth Cotten, Pe...
The KBOO Community Radio Artist In Residence Program assists artists working
creatively with sound. Every year, one artist or one collaborative group of
artists will be awarded twenty hours of studio recording*** and production
time with a KBOO Mixologist in order to cre...
Interested in becoming a KBOO volunteer? The first step is to attend one of
our virtual volunteer orientations. To attend, register online using the
links below. Here's the schedule for this Spring:
Spring 2021 Volunteer Orientation schedule:
Tues, Feb 2 @ 6pm-7:30pm...