NEWSLETTER: KRCL Connections: June 23, 2017

Listen, watch, and participate this week
Bluegrass Express DJ Bill Kubilius on upright bass at the Downtown Farmer's Market.
Summer is in full swing and if it's getting difficult to decide where to go and what to do, KRCL has got you covered. If you're ever in need of ideas, be sure to check out KRCL's Event's Page for a wide range of activities throughout the state.  If you have an event coming up, also be sure to submit your event for inclusion on the calendar.  
Upcoming KRCL Events
Thur 6/22-Sun 6/25: Utah Arts Festival
Sun, June 25: Snowbasin's Blues, Brews, and BBQ's - Flobots / Dirty Revival / Pinetop Inferno
Wed, June 28: Santana at Red Butte Gardens
Thur, June 29: Miike Snow / Klangstof at Ogden Twilight (Final show of the season)
Sun, July 1: SLUG On Tap at The Gateway - A local beer festival
Album of the Day
Weekdays at 6:40am9:40am, and 1:40pm
Mon, June 26: Bob Dylan and The Band / The Basement Tapes (releasedJune 26, 1975)
Tue, June 27: Grateful Dead / From the Mars Hotel (released June 27, 1974)
Wed, June 28: Sammy Brue / I Am Nice (new album from Ogden, UT musician released on June 16th via New West Records)
Thur, June 29:  Lowell George / Thanks I'll Eat It Here (Lowell George diedJune 29, 1979)

Fri, June 30: Lucinda Williams / Car Wheels On A Gravel Road (released onJune 30, 1998)
Full Album of the Day information on KRCL's Facebook Page Like us on Facebook
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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
Mon, June 26Fifty years after The Beatles Sgt. Pepper's album dropped, cover artist Jann Haworth is updating the work with an eye toward women leadership in the next Blindspot. Rep.  Rebecca Chavez-Houck, who has announced she won't seek re-election, reflects on her years in the Utah Legislature. Plus, Salt Lake City rapper  Poet, who added the voices and stories of homeless men to his new song and video, Rio Grande, and Valley Mental Health outreach worker Ashley Frazier. Hosts: Lara Jones and Billy Palmer.
Tue, June 27After studying the  draft GOP healthcare bill released last week, Utah Health Policy Project's Jason Stevenson and Stacy Standford break it down for RadioActive listeners. Plus, seeing the world this summer with  Hanging Around the World Festival. Hosts: Lara Jones and Noor Ul-Hasan
Wed, June 28:   Utah Rivers Council wants to cut municipal water use by 40 percent by 2030. URC's Zach Frankel explains how to do it and save us all money and water.
Thur, June 29The young women of Al-Ahad return to RadioActive to talk culture, custom and busting stereotypes. Plus, Islamic scholar Prof. Nebil Husayn, who will be visiting Utah for an Eid al-Fitr celebration
 in July.
Fri, June 30:   Punk Rock Farmer Friday with Aldine and Lara Jones. Tune in for the Urban Farm Report, featuring an urban farmer from the neighborhood, and live, local music.

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Meet Your DJ

Lori Rosendahl (Co-Host)
Sunday Sagebrush Serenade
Sundays 10:00am-1:00pm
Q1What can people expect when they tune into Lori's Sagebrush Serenade?
A mix of folk, Americana and acoustic rock and blues.
Q2: How long have you been a DJ for KRCL?  What do you remember from those first shows?
19 years. I have no idea what the first song I played was. The first time I did a show was Voice of the Vietnamese. I did it as no one showed up to do it. It was a disaster. I ended up running the board for the show for the next 11 weeks while a new host was trained.
Q3If your music collection fell into a black hole, what three albums would you immediately replace?
Martin Sexton's "Black Sheep", Jerry Garcia, David Grisman's "Garcia/Grisman" Fred Eaglesmith "Ralph's Last Show"
Q4: If a time machine were invented and you had access to one, what concert in the past would you go to?
Janis Joplin
Q5:Do you remember the first concert you ever went to?  
Kris Kristofferson/Berkeley, CA/1972. I was 11 years old!
Q6: Anything else you want KRCL listeners to know?  
I have been a listener of KRCL since 1982. I started volunteering at the station after the death of my husband. He and I always wanted to do a show together. A year or more after he died I decided I could do a show, so put in an application and went through training. I waited in the wings for 2 years subbing on over 30 different shows of all genres. I knew all the music as I listened night and day. I had my first official show that was my own on The Tuesday Breakfast Jam.
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