by Troy Williams
NKUT has an impressive goal. They are determined to end the killing of cats and dogs in Utah animal shelters by the year 2019. Nick welcomes Temma Martins from Best Friends Animal Society and Cathy Clark from Friends of Animals Utah, to lay out how they will accomplish their mission.
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This month’s KRCL Music Meets Movies feature is “Festival Express”. What happened when Janis Joplin, the Band, and Buddy Guy lived together on a train for five straight days during the summer of 1970? History was made.
Congratulations to Thaine James, winner of the Las Vegas Getaway to see the Tedeschi Trucks Band at the Brooklyn Bowl!
Annie Clark’s self-titled, fourth studio album was released on February 25.
Described by Annie as a “party album you could play at a funeral,” St. Vincent is more confident, quirky, and full of Clark’s personality.
by Troy Williams
The State of Utah has survived another Legislative year, with Medicaid expansion, clean air, and Count My Votes dominating the session. Nick welcomes the Managing Editor of UtahPolicy.com, Bryan Schott, the executive director of Alliance for a Better Utah, Maryanne Martindale and Representative Rebecca Chavez-Houck (D-District 24) to discuss the new laws, message bills and circus politics coming out of the Utah Capitol.
In 1979, The B-52′s released their debut, self-titled album. Establishing their sound with upbeat lyrics, hook-laden harmonies and new wave sound set them apart. Rock Lobster became an instant underground success.
Hear the Album of the Day Monday – Friday at 6:40, 8:40, 12:40 and 4:40! Read more…
Drive-By Truckers released their 12th release today, English Oceans. The album is consistent with its tone, it’s simplistic and not full of studio magic. The five of them come together to create a fantastic new album, full of great energy. Most of the album was written by Patterson Hood and Mike Cooley, it’s the most Cooley has ever contributed on a DBT album.
Drive-By Truckers are an act to see live to truly appreciate their deeply rooted, southern rock talents. Read more…
Elbow released their sixth studio album, The Take Off and Landing of Everything, yesterday, March 10, 2014. Together for seventeen years, the band started recording in November of 2012. The Take Off and Landing of Everything is full of heart and soul, signs of the groups experiences over the years laced throughout the album.
Tune in throughout the day at 6:40, 8:40, 12:40 and 4:40 to hear a few of our favorites from the new album.