It's KRCL Spring Radiothon and your opportunity to support the voices, songs and stories that have been by your side during an unprecedented year.
Food Freedom Act, Utah Legislature update, art, and live music ...
Al, KRCL's Punk Rock Farmer, and KRCL's Lara Jones started this show with a RadioActive Report covering food and politics. Guests: Symbria Patterson and her daughter, Sara, who own Cedar City-based Red Acre Farm CSA, talked about their Food Freedom fight, with more political news from Nickie Nelson of the League of Women Voters of Utah:
Photo source: Utah Museum of Contemporary Art
Artist David Brothers talked about the inspiration behind his latest exhibition, Rolithica, which opened today at the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art. Meet the artist next Friday, February 5, at 7 p.m. during a reception at UMOCA, 20 South West Temple, SLC:
They closed out the show with live music from Ogden, Utah's own Sammy Brue. Rolling Stone called him one of the 20 Best Things at Americana Fest 2014 — when he was just 13. Just last year, Rolling Stone Country said: "He's a student of East Nashville, not Greenwich Village, budding from this new folk resurgence in fascinating ways." Listen and judge for yourself:
Thanks to Mike Thornbrue, Sammy's father, for helping to make tonight's show possible. You can see Sammy Brue live at The Heavy Metal Shop, 63 Exchange Place, SLC, Saturday, February 6, 2016, with Morgan Snow. The free show will start at 6 p.m., all ages welcome.
Photo source: www.sammybrue.com