NEWS: KRCL CONNECTIONS MAY 12

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Upcoming KRCL Events
Sat, May 13: Wasatch Community Garden's Plant Sale at Rowland Hall
Sat, May 20: Sugarhouse Pub Crawl 12:00-4:00pm, with proceeds coming back to KRCL! 
Fri May 19: LIVE Radioactive broadcast from the Living Traditions Festival 6:00-7:00pm
Fri 5/19-Sun 5/21: Living Traditions Festival
Album of the Day
Weekdays at 6:40am9:40am, and 1:40pm
 
 
Mon, May 15: Wilco / Sky Blue Sky (Wilco released their sixth album on May 15, 2007)
 
Tue, May 16: The Beach Boys / Pet Sounds (Pet Sounds was released on May 16, 1966)
 
Wed, May 17: Taj Mahal /  The Best of Taj Mahal (Happy Birthday Taj Mahal! The blues legend was born May 17, 1942)
 
Thur, May 18: Yes / The Definitive Collection (Today is Yes keyboardist Rick Wakeman's 68th Birthday)

Fri, May 19: Marvin Gaye / What's Going On (Marvin Gaye's masterpiece was released onMay 21, 1971) 

 
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Women Who Rock
Mon, May 15: LP / This unique artist has a new album out and is performing at The State Room tonight   
Tue, May 16: Happy Birthday Janet Jackson!
 Wed, May 17: Joan Shelly's latest album is produced by Wilco's Jeff Tweedy
Thur, May 18: Chastity Brown's new album, Silhouette of Sirens releases this week    
Fri, May 19: Grace Jones / Today is the icon's birthday! 
Radioactive 
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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
 
TONIGHT: Loud & Clear Youth Radio's Final Night. Music for Change! Local musicians discuss their process in writing music to change the world around them with particular emphasis on youth musicians. Guest performers include teen musicians Haven Johansen and Sophia Brockman. Hosts: Loud & Clear's Caleb and Nate.
Mon, May 15: Dr. Dave and Lara Jones bring you voices from the street: homeless Utahns describe their lives and what they need from the community. Panelists: Rachel Santizo, a Consumer Advisory Board member at Fourth Street Clinic, and Georgia Gregersen and Ian Acker of Fit To Recover, a SLC gym and community center for those in recovery. Plus: the League of Women Voters of Utah is back to guide us through the interim political season on Utah's Capitol Hill.
Tues, May 16: Voting bloc rising: Meet the Multicultural Engagement for Utah coalition, a non-partisan group of organizations serving people of color and Native American Tribes. With nine participating organizations, ME4U recently launched the "JustUs Utah" initiative, putting the political establishment on notice that people of color not only demand a seat at the table, they're ready to flip the table. Hosts: Lara Jones and Noor Ul-Hasan. Plus, the Utah Citizen Council for Diplomacystops by with visitors from Central and South America in town to learn about women and leadership in the Beehive State.
Wed, May 17: RadioActive digs into opioid addiction in Zion with Jenny Mackenzie and her new film Dying In Vein: The Opiate Generation. Hosts: Lara Jones and Billy Palmer.
Thur, May 18The housing crisis along the Wasatch Front. Hosts: Lara Jones and Billy Palmer.
Fri, May 19Live broadcast from Living Traditions Festival. Hosts: Lara Jones and Aldine, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer.
Meet Your DJ

Phil Lanouette 
Sunday Sagebrush Serenade
(every other week)
Sundays 10:00-1:00pm
 
 
Q1What can people expect when they tune into Ethnosphere Radio?
A mix of music tailored to your Sunday morning cup of coffee wake up music to your afternoon bluegrass tastes. You'll hear folk, acoustic, bluegrass, acoustic rock, country, rock and Americana from 10am to 1pm.
 
Q2: How long have you been a DJ for KRCL?  Do you remember how your first show went? 
I started doing Sunday Sage in January of 1989 (alternating weeks with former Breakfast Jam host Rick Staynor for many years), then Jodi Stewart-Browning (for several years), then Lori Rosendahl (for a several years), then Kate and Molly (for about a year), then Linda East Brady for about 6 years and now back with Lori Rosendahl since Linda moved out of town. (That's about 28 years!)
 
Q3: Do you have a special feature on your show? 
I alternate Sundays with Lori Rosendahl (and have been for several years now) and we each do a unique version of Sunday Sage, playing different songs from many of the same artists. I do what's called the Alphabet Stew, where I feature one letter of the alphabet for that day - artists, songs, albums and themes which begin with that letter - it's very loose and freeform - kinda like a camping or hobo stew. It takes about a year to go through the alphabet and that gets me rotating through my music library, hopefully keeping it fresh. The name "Alphabet Stew" was first coined by a former blind KRCL DJ (and this was in the original days of vinyl!) by the name of Linda Reeder and later by the late, great Jo Wilson (RIP), who DJ'd a breakfast Jam and later was the first SaturdayBreakfast Jam  
 
Q4: What other shows have you hosted for KRCL?
Sunday Sage is the third program I've hosted. I've been a DJ on KRCL since January of 1987. Right after I completed training, I did a late Wednesday night/early Thursdaymorning program (Thursday 3:30 am to 6:00am) called Roundabout for about 18 months. The DJ preceding me at the time (in the 1:30-3:00am slot) was Erin Fraser (remember Todd and Erin of various SLC morning shows since the 90's?) On my first show, I asked her if she locked the front door - of course, her was "yes." I replied with something along the lines of, "I can understand that coming from a female..." She quickly countered with, "Yeah, Phil, but the women prowling around at that time of night have FANGS!" Point taken, thanks, Erin. In mid 1988, I moved to a late weeknight show (11:30pm to 1:30am) called Phil's Thrills for about a year and have been on Sundays ever since January of 1989.

Q5If your music collection fell into a black hole, what three albums would you immediately replace?
Only three? That's very difficult, at best. "Four Decades of Folk Rock" is one that comes to mind (especially since it is a 4-cd set), Neil Young's "Live at Massey Hall" perhaps, Dire Straits "Brothers in Arms", any of Robert Earl Keen's live albums, James McMurtry's "Just Us Kids," the soundtrack to the movie "127 Hours," Kate Wolf's "Gold in California," one of the early Talking Heads releases... Let's see, was it three or ten albums?
 
Q6: If a time machine were invented and you had access to one, what concert in the past would you go to?
The Doors at Lagoon. Or maybe Woodstock. Or maybe the Grateful Dead at Park West in 1984 (Oh, wait - I was there - I just don't remember very much...)
 
Q7: Do you remember the first concert you ever went to?  
Led Zeppelin - Inglewood Forum - 1976. My buddy, his sister and I arrived hours early (in my 1968 Firebird) to hang out in the parking lot. It was the first time I was offered "milk" (code for LSD in that time and place). I answered "huh?" My buddy declined for me since I didn't know what the dealer was asking me! It was a great concert. 
 
Q8: Anything else you want KRCL listeners to know?  
I truly enjoy volunteering for KRCL, learning from the listeners and other KRCL programmers about music and new artists. I enjoy sharing music with the listeners. I'm asked if I'm "working" on Sunday - the answer is always "no" - If I'm doing SundaySage, I'm playing - It's not work. If it's Lori's turn for Sunday Sage, then I'm still playing - just not music. I don't play an instrument - just "OP" as Jo Wilson used to say - "Other People's" music.
 
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