NEWSLETTER: KRCL CONNECTIONS - July 15 (SLC)

Listen, watch, and participate this week
Record or CD collection collecting dust? Don't even own a turntable any more? 
 
Do we have a solution for you! 
 
Before you know it, the annual KRCL Record and CD Sale will be here again. In preparation, we are now officially opening our doors and taking your donations of gently used record and cd collections.  Drop them off anytime during business hours, 9-5pm weekdays. Or, give us a call at 801-363-1818 to arrange a drop off time.  
Upcoming KRCL Events
 
Sun, July 16: Snowbasin Blues, Brews and BBQ's - Main Squeeze // King Cardinal // Gleewood
Thur, July 20: Twilight Concert Series - Little Dragon // Xenia Rubinos // Angel Magic
Album of the Day
Weekdays at 6:40am9:40am, and 1:40pm
 
Mon, July 17: The Beatles / Yellow Submarine (On July 17, 1968, The Beatles' fourth film, Yellow Submarine, premiered in London).
 
Tues, July 18:  The Byrds / Fifth Dimension (released on July 18, 1966)
 
Wed, July 19:  Little Dragon / Little Dragon (Little Dragon kicks off the Twilight Concert series tomorrow night in Salt Lake).
 
Thur, July 20:  Santana / Abraxas (Carlos Santana's Birthday - July 20, 1947)

Fri, July 21: Cat Stevens / Tea for the Tillerman (Cat Stevens' Birthday - July 21, 1948)

 
 
       Full Album of the Day information on KRCL's Facebook Page Like us on Facebook
Women Who Rock
Mon, July 17: Local Women Who Rock: Winter Grain debut album
Tues, July 18: Martha Reeves and the Vandellas Bday
Wed, July 19Lucy Dacus at Kilby Court tonight
Thur, July 20: Little Dragon & Xenia Rubinos at Twilight tonight 
Fri, July 21: Beth Ditto / at Metro Music Hall Saturday night
Radioactive 
Weeknights at 6pm Like us on Facebook 
 
 
Love where you live with RadioActive, weeknights at 6 p.m. on 90.9fm KRCL. Listen on demand with the KRCL Public Radio mobile app for iTunes and Android
 
 
Mon, July 17: Meet new community co-host Ma Black. Immigrant, feminist and new activist, Black is passionate about sharing the lives and experiences of today's immigrant community. Plus, activists Isael Torres and Pablo Quintana.
Tues, July 18: Will the history of Warm Springs Plunge fade as condos and offices rise? RadioActive talks historic preservation and gentrification.
Wed, July 19: Farming solar power in Sanpete County, where a Murray couple's dreams are fast becoming reality. Hosted by Nick Burns and Lara Jones.
Thur, July 20: Grassroots activists and community builders with Billy Palmer and Lara Jones.
Fri, July 21Punk Rock Farmer Friday with RadioActive the musical, Eat Festival, and live music from Sammy Brue.
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  Got a suggestion? Send an email to radioactive@krcl.org.
Meet Your DJ

Eric P. Nelson 
The Knock Knock Comedy Hour 
Thursdays 1:00-2:00am
 
Q1What can people expect when they tune into Knock Knock?
To laugh, hopefully. People like to analyze comedy and why this is funny or that isn't, I just try to play what makes me laugh and hopefully you will too. You'll hear everyone from Bob Newhart and Moms Mabley, to W. Kamau Bell and Mike Birbiglia. With a healthy dose of Weird Al, of course.
 
Q2: How long have you been a DJ for KRCL?  Do you remember how your first show went?
I've have been doing the show since October of 2016, so about 9 months. My first show was a Halloween show which I had ready to go for about a month. First bit I played was from my favorite comedian of all time, Mitch Hedberg.
Q3: Do you have a special feature on your show?
Each show I try to make one set dedicated to comedians coming to town, and one set of brand new material.  I've done a few themed shows as well.  I did one recently on horses.  Also, I did a full hour of Star Wars material last year too. 
 
Q4If your music collection fell into a black hole, what three albums would you immediately replace?
Mitch Hedberg - Strategic Grill Locations
Patton Oswalt - My Weakness is Strong
David Cross - It's Not Funny
 
Q5: Do you have any special guests or in studio performances coming up you would want KRCL listeners to know about?
I just did a joint interview with Radioactive's Lara Jones with comedian Hari Kondabolu before he came to town last week. You can find the full interview on the Knock Knock show page at krcl.org.
Q6: If a time machine were invented and you had access to one, what concert in the past would you go to?
If I could go back knowing what I know now, I'd love to go see Andy Kaufman doing Mighty Mouse, just to see the reaction of the crowds. 
 
Q7:Do you remember the first concert you ever went to?  
My first stand up show was Dave Chappelle at Central Michigan University, probably 2003.  Right before Chappelle's Show was taking off.  
Q8: Anything else you want KRCL listeners to know?
Even if you're not up in the middle of the night,  you can still listen to the show!  I record every show and you can find links to every show on my show page at krcl.org
  
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