KRCL’s Music Meets Movies film series continues at Brewvies Cinema Pub on Thursday, Oct. 9th with “Legends of the Canyon”, the story of the advent of rock music spawned in the garden of the Hollywood Hills, Laurel Canyon. Many of rock music’s legendary artists of the late 1960′s brought to life the anthems of a generation in these hills. Featuring Crosby, Stills & Nash, the Mamas & the Papas, Buffalo Springfield, and many more!
Bring your KRCL membercard with you to Brewvies Cinema Pub on Oct. 9th for “Legends of the Canyon” – Tickets @ 6 with screenings at 7:30 and 9:30.
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by Troy Williams
Utah has one of the largest gender wage gaps in the nation. On average, women make 30 percent less than their male counterparts. To address this disparity, the Utah Legislature has authorized the Women in the Economy Commission, comprised of elected officials, academics and business leaders. Nick welcomes Commission co-chairs, outgoing House Speaker Becky Lockhart and outgoing House minority leader Rep. Jen Seelig. They discuss challenges and solutions to closing the wage gap and providing opportunity for all Utahns.
KRCL’s Music Meets Movies film series continues on Sept 11th at Brewvies Cinema Pub in Salt Lake with two screenings of Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty. The film, directed by Greg Olliver, follows the late Johnny Winter and his crew from the swamps of Florida to the concert halls of Hong Kong. Down & Dirty features interviews with Susan Tedeschi, Derek Trucks, Warren Haynes and many other legendary musicians. Bring your KRCL membercard to Brewvies Cinema Pub on Sept 11th for Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty – Tickets @ 6 with screenings at 7 and 9.
view the trailer here
by Troy Williams
What impact do beavers have on our lands, rivers and streams? Nick welcomes Joe Wheaton from Utah State University to rethink the role of the beaver in America. Though many consider beavers a troublesome nuisance, Wheaton argues that they play a pivotal role in our ecosystem, restoring damaged lands, rivers and streams.
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Shhh! GUILTY PLEASURES…songs you love so much…you know you shouldn’t! Listen every weekday on Rev. Bad Brad Wheeler’s afternoon show at 3:50pm
Call the KRCL Confessional Hotline 801-382-9126 and tell us your name, what you do for a living, the song you love and why. Include your phone number too, in case Rev. Wheeler needs to be in touch.
Call 801-382-9126, and listen weekday afternoons at 3:50pm!
Mike Evans from Bluegrass Express and Mark Cantor from Fret N’ Fiddle will MC. Admission is free. BBQ will be available for purchase. For more information, please visit http://nhmu.utah.edu/events/bluegrass-and-bbq-night.
The Second Sunday Music Series continues Sunday, Sept 14th at Tracy Aviary from Noon to 2pm with performances by neo-doo-wop-folk band Bullets & Belles, and acoustic world music with Os Corvos. Bring a blanket, a picnic, and your KRCL membercard to Tracy Aviary on Sunday Sept 14th from Noon to 2pm. These concerts are free with admission — which means Tracy Aviary members get in free, and KRCL members receive 2-for-1 admission with their KRCL member card!
KRCL’s Annual CD & Record Sale is this Saturday Sept 13 at the Avenues Street Fair and the 9th & 9th Street Festival in Salt Lake City. Come by and peruse our vast selection of gently used cd’s, records, and tapes and support KRCL!