Oly Mountain Boys performance on American Anecdotes, 4/10

olymountainboysOly Mountain Boys, Photo by R.C. Ridge

The Oly Mountain Boys bluegrass band return to KAOS with a second visit to the “American Anecdotes” bluegrass and acoustic music show this Thursday, April 10 at 6:00 p.m. Our hometown bluegrass heroes will help us celebrate the Spring KAOS member drive by sharing selections from their new, very soon to be released CD “White Horse”. Paul Peck will play host.

“White Horse” tells the life story of a fictional historical character, Charlie McCarver, who lived in early 20th century Washington State. It begins with his happiness in youth with wife Lisa-Ann and their children. When his marriage unravels and his family leaves him, the songs chronicle Charlie’s psychological crack, descent into violence, and life on the run. The album closes with songs that explore Charlie’s memories, regrets, and confrontation with aging and death.  Check out some preview tracks at the band’s website: http://www.olymountainboys.com/audio/

You don’t want to miss this unique opportunity to preview the Oly Mountain Boys’ new music live on the air while making your pledge to support KAOS Community Radio. Thursday, April 10 at 6:00 p.m.

America’s Music Film Series

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Attention music and film lovers!  The Washington Center presents America’s Music, a series that “uses documentary films and texts to engage the public in a study of history of some of America’s most enduring popular music.”

The schedule:
April 4: The Blues and Gospel Music
April 11: Broadway and Tin Pan Alley
April 18: Swing Jazz
April 25: Country and Bluegrass
April 26: Rock
May 2: Latin Rhythms From Mambo to Hip Hop

You can catch them at Washington Center’s Main Stage.  The films begin at 6:30 PM.  More information is available at washingtoncenter.org.

TESC Faculty on KAOS this Friday

This week on Talk Nation Radio, heard on KAOS at 8:30pm: A discussion of the Counterpunch (counterpunch.org) article: “Ukraine: the Enemy of Your Enemy is Not Always Your Friend,” with its author Dr. Zoltan Grossman. Dr. Grossman is a political-cultural geographer who teaches at The Evergreen State College in Olympia, Washington. He earned his Ph.D. at the University of Wisconsin, focusing on topics of interethnic conflict and cooperation. He has taught courses on Central and Eastern Europe, and is a son of Hungarian immigrants. His faculty website is http://academic.evergreen.edu/g/grossmaz. Talk Nation Radio, 8:30pm – ONLY on KAOS 89.3fm!