Posts tagged with “kcmusic”

Stay Home and Livestream Gigs

Posted on March 31 2020 by The Bridge

On this week's epipsode of the Eight One Sixty, we turn our attention to the HUGE amount of live-streaming gigs happening every day now. We’ll play music from several acts and let you know when you can tune in and catch a live-streaming concert from t... [Read More]

Bridge Artist of the Week: The Roseline

Posted on March 30 2020 by Michelle Bacon

We're all hunkering down from home again this week, but keeping the music going with our next Bridge Artist of the Week! This time we're spotlighting Lawrence, Kansas' The Roseline, the musical brainchild of Colin Halliburton. The group is... [Read More]

New Music Tuesday March 24

Posted on March 24 2020 by The Bridge

On this week's episode of Eight One Sixty, it’s another NEW MUSIC show. We’re going to play a bunch of new music from several KC musicians! On the show we’ll hear from Blackstarkids, Westside Royal, Hi-Lux, Amy Marcus, The Roseline, Katy Guillen and T... [Read More]

Bridge Artist of the Week: Waxahatchee

Posted on March 23 2020 by Michelle Bacon

Katie Crutchfield, who performs under the name Waxahatchee, is our next Bridge Artist of the Week! A native of Alabama, Crutchfield started her musical journey in the Birmingham punk scene with her twin sister Allison. In 2011, she ventured out on a so... [Read More]

Katy Guillen & the Drive: 'No Control' Exclusive Video Premiere

Posted on March 20 2020 by Michelle Bacon

At the top of Katy Guillen & the Drive’s song “No Control,” frontwoman/guitarist Guillen and long-time drummer Stephanie Williams pull off a towering, addictive blues rock hook — something perhaps familiar to listeners of their former trio, Katy Guillen &... [Read More]

Laurel Morgan Parks | The Quarantine Concerts

Posted on March 19 2020 by Bryan Truta

Truta chats with KC musician Laurel Morgan Parks, organizer of The Quarantine Concerts - Kansas City, a live-streaming concert platform that will allow musicians to continue generating income and interact with an audience. [Read More]

Musicians Improvise to Survive Coronavirus Crisis

Posted on March 19 2020 by Michelle Bacon

Using Merch Sales, Online Concerts to Cushion the Blow of Canceled Shows Just over a week ago, I was lamenting about being forced to cancel gigs. It’s my lifeblood as an instrumentalist in multiple bands, a live music supporter whose social well-being... [Read More]

Requiem for Davey’s Uptown Ramblers Club

Posted on March 16 2020 by John Velghe

If you wanted to build a bar from scratch and tailor it for a Telecaster-slinging rock-n-roll musician to cut their teeth in, you would want to model everything from the timbers to the furnishings to the smell of the urinal cakes on Davey’s Uptown Rambler... [Read More]

Bridge Artist of the Week: Katy Guillen & the Drive

Posted on March 16 2020 by Michelle Bacon

You could probably use a respite from the current state of the world, so we're here to bring you some fresh tracks from our next Bridge Artist of the Week — Katy Guillen & the Drive! Bridge listeners and Kansas Citians have been familiar with Guill... [Read More]

Claire Adams – ‘How Good That Feels’ Exclusive Song Premiere

Posted on March 13 2020 by Michelle Bacon

The world is in a turbulent state so we’re here to bring you a slight reprieve, with a hopeful new tune from our Bridge Artist of the Week. “How Good That Feels” is the latest single from Kansas City singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Claire A... [Read More]


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