Week of February 24th celebrate Quincy Jones
with a special live episode
(recorded on March 5th)
Celebrate the music of Quincy Jones with special guest Horace Washington.
12th Street Jump pays homage to the great era of Kansas City jazz and celebrates the artists who made Jazz and Blues the quintessential American art form.
An entertaining hour recorded live, 12SJ is an urban, jazz and blues-inflected “Saturday Night Live”– celebrating the legends of jazz while hosts and improv comedians Pete Weber and Pearl McDonald poke fun at today’s headline makers.
For more information about 12th Street Jump, click HERE.
Maybe there’s a way to will Spring in after this brutal winter.
Sound Beat’s March programming starts off with a brutal pilgrimage, and controversial race, to the North Pole. We see signs of life throughout the month with the legend of the shamrock for St. Paddy’s Day, the story of Johnny Appleseed, and, of course, Stravinky’s Rite of Spring, and the near-riot it started upon its debut.
And of course we’ve got music…Blind Willie Johnson, Buddy Holly and Mado Robin to name a few. Not to mention some Jelly Roll Morton, just in time for Mardi Gras.
Get on the Beat!
For more information about Sound Beat, click HERE.
…Then wait no longer.
Hear robins and a world filled with birds on BirdNote!
Daily vignettes that incorporate the rich sounds of birds with stories that illustrate the interesting and in some cases, truly amazing abilities of birds. Each show is scheduled to coincide with the time of year when you can see or hear the featured bird.
LENGTH: 2 minutes
AVAILABLE: Content Depot, mp3
This week’s On the Money looks into Target’s 40 million credit card hack and how it it effect us all, even non-Target customers.
For more information about On the Money!, click HERE.
Got 90 seconds?
Then you’ve got time for a trip through the history of recorded sound!
Sound Beat is a daily, 90-second public radio show that highlights the historic recordings from Syracuse University Libraries’ Belfer Audio Archive. What kinds of recordings? A spectrum-wide range of music genres, film scores, speeches, spoken word performances…rare gems, old favorites, and some we guarantee you’ve never heard before! From Vaudeville to vinyl, you’ll hear it all on Sound Beat.
With over 500,000 recordings in its collections, Belfer is one of the largest sound archives in the United States. Each Sound Beat episode focuses on one particular recording from the Archive and provides a back story detailing its place in recording history.
For more information, click HERE.
with The History of Classical Music
a One-hour On The Strip Radio Special
Hosted by KDFC’s Dianne Nicolini
In a one-hour special produced by Ben Manilla for On The Strip Radio, The History of Classical Music takes listeners through a history of this enduring art form from its beginnings up to today.
The program is available as a one-hour special, or in a 50:00 fundraising edition.
Through an engaging narrative, host Dianne Nicolini of KFDC and renown conductor Robert Ziegler tell the story of classical musical, episode by episode, from Gregorian chants to today’s minimalism, highlighting innovations and developments and profiling the lives and works of groundbreaking composers.
With Footlight Parade!
According to the NEA, Americans spend more money on the performing arts than movies, and the combined performing arts and movie spending is nearly $25 Billion.
Broadway is experiencing record sales.
So what better way to start off the New Year and reach that huge market than to treat your listeners to songs from Broadway and Hollywood?
And the premier Broadway and Hollywood music program on public radio is – Footlight Parade!
For 30 years Bill Rudman has produced, written and hosted the weekly radio series Footlight Parade. With encyclopedic knowledge, an unparalleled collection of recordings, and personal interviews with major stars, composers, producers and directors assembled over the years, he delivers a highly entertaining and uniquely informative program that is now heard on over 90 public stations throughout the country.
Upcoming programs include-
- “The Toasts of Broadway”
- “1960 on Stage” – Camelot, Bye Bye Birdie, and more.
- “Shakespeare on Broadway” – Musicals based on his plays.
- “Spotlight on The Fantasticks”
- “1982 on Stage and Screen” – The year of Cats.
For more information about Footlight Parade, click HERE.
…Programs from Creative PR
Give your listeners the gift of great programming!
Fill up your stockings…our programs are free!
The full 2013/14 Action Speaks! series of one-hour specials is now available. Action Speaks! examines underappreciated dates in 20th Century US history.
This year’s theme is Utopia/Dystopia, dates where America’s greatest hopes and despair have been represented in our country’s collective imagination and construction – where traditional and idiosyncratic ideas for the transcendent meet the amplification of ‘everyday horrific’ in a battle for reality.
The 2013 Specials are:
- BETTING ON HEDONISM (1941)- Las Vegas ‘Strip’ is born when El Rancho Vegas opens
- PARADISE FOUND (AND LOST?) (1957)-Frommer’s ‘Europe on $5 A Day’ is published
- HEAVEN FOR ALL (1906) – The Seymour’s Azusa Street Revival and the birth of Pentecostalism
- STRETCHING TO BLISS (1924) – The birth of Yoga in America and The Great Oom’s Nyack, NY Retreat
Deepak Chopra, M.D. is a physician and New York Times bestselling author who is a trailblazer in the mind-body-spirit movement. Ruldoph Tanzi, Ph.D. is the professor of neurology at Harvard University and is also the director of the Genetics and Aging Research Unit at Massachusetts General Hospital.
Chopra’s resume includes teaching at Tufts University, Boston University, and Harvard University. He was Chief of Staff at Massachusetts’ New England Memorial Hospital and has since founded the Chopra Center with David Simon, which is now in Carlsbad, California. To further advance his efforts in the mind-body-spirit movement, he created the Chopra Foundation to fund education and research for projects. With over 65 books under his belt that have been translated into 35 languages and sold over 20 million copies worldwide, Chopra is an award-winning frontrunner in the mind/body movement.
Tanzi’s research led to the co-discovery of the first Alzheimer’s disease gene, as well as two others. He is head of the Alzheimer’s Genome Project and his research focuses primarily on the identification of the events that lead to cell death in Alzheimer’s patients.
Insight Daily Radio is a two-minute daily feature with interviews and insights from today’s most influential authors, musicians, artists, and creative minds.
For more information, click here.