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‘Screaming Eagle Of Soul’ Charles Bradley Dies At 68


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The singer, inspired as a teen by James Brown, didn't release his first album until 2011, at the age of 62. For the six years that followed, through a battle with cancer, he never wasted a moment. [Read More]


#givebackfriday: Don Bosco Center


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The Bridge’s Jon Hart sits down with Kansas City-area organizations that are helping to make a difference in our city. #givebackfriday airs Friday mornings during the 7 o’clock hour. On today’s show, Jon was joined by Mo Orpin, executive director… [Read More]


#livestream: Josh Ritter via VuHaus


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Watch Josh Ritter live on WXPN Free At Noon from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, starting at 11 a.m. (CDT) TODAY, via our VuHaus stream below! [Read More]


Weekend Roundup: One Last Call


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Above image: Pink Royal releases its new EP, “Do You Mind,” tonight at recordBar. | Photo: Anna Selle Photography The weekend is stacked with big-ticket shows like Gorillaz, Wilco, Manchester Orchestra and dozens more, but there’s also plenty in store… [Read More]


Seven Acts For Plaza Art Fair 2017


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Above image: Hembree headlines the Ink Live! Stage at Plaza Art Fair on Friday evening. | Photo: High Road Touring If you tuned in to Eight One Sixty on Tuesday, Chris Haghirian previewed some of the acts performing at the Plaza Art Fair… [Read More]


The Bridge and NPR Music Present Slingshot: Public Radio’s Emerging Artist Spotlight


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We’re excited to announce Slingshot, a new collaboration among taste-making public radio music discovery stations (like The Bridge!) and NPR Music that discovers and elevates promising up-and-coming talent from around the country. Big Thief, Jamila Woods and Lo Moon have just been… [Read More]


Second Acts: Five Musical Metamorphoses


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Going solo is common. Artists who achieve success within a band often break out on their own, typically in the same style that gained them notoriety in the first place. True reinvention, though, is rare. Every once in awhile, a… [Read More]