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KRCL 90.9 FM
Salt Lake City
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Red, White, & Blues
Since March 1980 as a teenager, Brian has been spinning the Blues on KRCL. From the studio, broadcasting live Blues remotely, local artists, national, new, old, boogie woogie, West Coast, swing, acoustic, electric, Texas and Chicago Blues, and everything in between, it’s all here. As Utah Blues Society President and Legendary Rhythm & Blues Cruise Emcee, Brian scours the globe to bring you the best in Blues. As B.B. King says in kicking off Brian's show every Monday night at 8, “Stay tuned, because Brian’s gonna blow your mind away with the blues!" AND, on Jan. 16, 2018, Brian is being revered with the highest honor in the blues world, the "Keeping The Blues Alive" award from The Blues Foundation in Memphis. Congrats on this prestigious lifetime award Brian!
LIVE @ 8:00 PM
On the Night Train hear a mix of alternative country, roots-rock, folk, bluegrass, soul and blues – also known as Americana, with origins spanning the United States. Whether it’s a Texas ballad, or a Mississippi swamp tune, this is real music, played with real instruments. You might find the artists names in Hall of Fame, but these songs don’t belong on top forty radio.
LIVE @ 10:30 PM
Ebay Jamil Hamilton
DJ on KRCL since 1992. Host of KRCL's Afternoon Show weekdays from 2pm-6pm #NewMusicMonday #FridaySoulParty
Eugenie Hero Jaffe
Host of The Midday Show Mon-Fri 11am-2pm with 12 o'clock Women Who Rock
Funny never gets old. Knock Knock Comedy Hour spins classic comedy bits, new routines and highlights local and touring comedians. Since Halloween 2016!
Since March of 1980, as a teenager, Brian has been playing the blues on KRCL. "Red, White and Blues" every Monday night from 8 - 10:30 p.m.!
Saturday afternoon is delightful with host Courtney spinning a mix of indie and new wave to old soul and new rock. You’ll hear artists like Washed Out and the Smiths as well as Aretha Franklin, Kate Bush and Brian Eno.
This weekly radio show is about the beauty and, at times, simplicity of blues that feels like musicians enjoying and expressing themselves on a back porch somewhere. A lot of blues in the last 20 years or so has emphasized the amazing talents and technical mastery of certain musicians, but has sacrificed a bit of the originality and feeling at the core of the genre. This show shies away from anything that feels ‘stale’ or overly electric or produced, and instead emphasizes early-generation blues, and even more, the modern musicians and creative lyricists who have been inspired to carry on that tradition, such as Cephas and Wiggins, Corey Harris, Lucinda Williams, Alvin Youngblood Hart, Guy Davis, Eric Bibb, Hans Theessink, Carey and Lurrie Bell, Taj Mahal, Maria Muldaur, and many, many others. Call it rootsy, country, acoustic, folky, or traditional style blues, the artists and songs played on this show understand that less is more and that blues should be about emotion and sincerity and rawness, about feeling, not technique, and about expression not replication nor virtuosity in musicianship. This show emphasizes those creative artists that are writing new songs in the roots blues tradition, reviving feeling-oriented sounds, and the artists that inspired them. While roots blues has undergone a somewhat small but notable recent revival, this (mainly) acoustic, back porch style still gets fairly scant play on the radio. I hope that listeners might discover a type of blues that they find evocative and less predictable than what they may have formerly thought of when they heard the word ‘blues’. In addition, each week I feature two very different versions or interpretations of a blues standard in a segment called “Two for the Blues”, as well as providing air time for local artists and events and international blues musicians. The show airs Sunday mornings, from 5-7 AM (Mountain time) on KRCL, 90.9 FM in Salt Lake City, Utah. Online streaming available at: www.krcl.org/.
Originally from Phoenix, Arizona, Sonni has lived in Salt Lake City since May 2006, and has been DJ'ing at KRCL since 2009. Tune in Saturday mornings from 5am-7am MT for a free-form mix of everything from jazz to Americana, '80's new wave to reggae, hip-hop to country, and pop to classic rock.
Co-host of The Sunday Sagebrush Serenade on KRCL Community Radio. Volunteer programmer/DJ for 19+ years.
Growing up in Philadelphia, I heard rock n roll all day, every day. Trying to bring the architects or precursors of rock n roll to the radio after those artists have been overlooked for so long. We feature the hits and deep cuts each week. Mixing the music with stories and background every Friday morning from 1 to 3 AM.
From punk rock, jazz, to hip hop. You never know what you’ll find, but you can always expect to hear some Super Sounds. WEDNESDAYS FROM 1-3 AM
Co-Host, Friday Night Fallout Show on 90.9 FM on KRCL in Salt Lake City with Keith McDonald. We play new and classic Hip-Hop, along with music from our community!
Host of the Late Night Lowdown on KRCL 90.9FM
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