On April 17, at 10 PM Sing Out welcomes a chat and performance by John Simon. And what stories he has to tell! Simon may not be a household name, but this musician-composer-arranger’s projects are world-famous: he produced Big Brother & the Holding Company’s “Cheap Thrills,” the Band’s first two albums, Leonard Cohen’s first album, … Continued
Rod Armstrong comenta sobre algunas de las películas en español y de interés para la comunidad latina, así como de los programas de música del Festival Internacional de Cine de San Francisco. Conducida por Miguel Guerrero.
Guitarist, singer-songwriter Victor Krummenacher, a founding member of Camper Van Beethoven and Monks of Doom, has just released his latest solo album, Blue Pacific, a collection of deep, inward-looking, original folk-rock songs, recorded with Greg Lisher (Camper, Monks), David Immerglück (Camper, Monks, Counting Crows), co-producer and pedal steel master Bruce Kaphan, and many others. Joining host … Continued
Alam Khan performs north indian classical sarode, a 26 stringed instrument, with no frets. He will be accompanied on tabla to perform for the 30th anniversary of Joanna Manqueros hosting music shows in the Bay.
Friday, April 5, 2:30 pm, KPFA radio The disability community can thank people with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities (and their allies) for an incredibly useful new tool. ABLE accounts have come to California. For the first time, many of us can now amass substantial savings without being penalized with dollars deducted from our Social … Continued
Friday, April 5, 2:30 pm, KPFA radio The disability community can thank people with Developmental and Intellectual Disabilities (and their allies) for an incredibly useful new tool. ABLE accounts have come to California. For the first time, many of us can now amass substantial savings without being penalized with dollars deducted from our Social Security … Continued
“The History of Funk” celebrates the 5 decades long career of the R&B / Funk band The Undisputed Truth. From their 1971 Motown hit “Smiling Faces Sometimes” to their brand new release “Truth Gon’ Set You Free” the Undisputed Truth have been standard bearers for strong message music, hard core funk and psychedelic soul. We … Continued
Vocalist Sandy Cressman and trombonist Jeff Cressman, two of the Bay Area’s most valuable jazz musicians, visit the Hear and Now to talk about their upcoming SFJAZZ concert “Sandy Cressman & Homenagem Brasileira.” We’ll be playing their music and talking about their inspirations (including, obviously, the music of Brazil) and their many creative projects.
Sunday, March 24th 5pm-6pm KPFA celebrates the 100th birthday of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet and founder of City Lights Booksellers and Publishers, with an hour-long special broadcast of a documentary featuring Ferlinghetti “Lawrence Ferlinghetti: San Francisco Locations”, Produced by Jim McKee of Earwax Productions, Inc.: San Francisco luminary and famed poet Lawrence Ferlinghetti takes listeners on … Continued
Girls and Pépé,from left to right: Laurel Fink, Kati Leitner, Anna Bettendorf, Kyra Teigen, Dash Goss-Post Saluting International Women’s Month, Sing Out features a live in-studio performance by the Berkeley High School jazz combo The Girls and Pépé. The quintet features students who are also members of the Berkeley High orchestra, bands and the … Continued