River Trade Radio featuring Teri Quinn

River Trade Radio airs every Sunday morning from 9-11am (CST) on Kansas City Community Radio KKFI 90.1 FM. Produced and hosted by Kasey Rausch Music, with co-host Scott Stanton and an occassional Frannie G. STREAM LIVE from anywhere in the world at at www.kkfi.orgto hear roots music and Real! Live! Guests! #RiverTradeRadio

THIS WEEK Sunday, October 15, 2017 | 9-11AM

Kansas City’s favorite musical witch Teri Quinn joins us live on the air to talk about the love of community radio and her first national tour! A Northern girl with a Southern heart living in the Mid-West, Teri Quinn writes songs that are sweet yet savory. With her clawhammer banjo playing and stylized guitar picking, she mixes an old fashioned sound with a modern luster.

We continue with our fall FUNd Drive. PLEASE CALL US at 1-888-931-0901 and give how you’re able. We’ll have a limited number of copies of Corporate FM The Film to give to handful of donors. We’ll also have some music download bundles available to those who support us financially. AND one generous contributor will have the opportunity to have Matt Campbell – Troubadour play a house concert. Tune in to hear how you can score some great music and support community radio! Music bundles will contain some or all of the following artists: The Elders, Greg Wickham Music, The Country Duo, Kirk Drager, Exit 13, Horton RecordsThe Oklahoma Room at Folk Alliance compilation, john l. keck, Adam Lee, Curtis McMurtry, Patrick Mureithi, Melinda Mullins & the Johnny Mullins Collection, Kim Rausch : Art & Music, Mandy Rowden, Brad Steele, and Ukulele Players United to Decrease World Suck!

Plus roots music from our collections. We pick up our “Vinyl Alphabet Project” with the F’s!



Created by Kansas City music makers Kasey Rausch and Mikal Shapiro in 2014, River Trade Radio is a live radio program dedicated to the song trade as it connects to Kansas City featuring live touring and local guests in-studio with elements of Americana, Folk, Blues, Bluegrass, Roots, Country, Jazz and more.

We aim to share our love for Kansas City, songwriting, and musical collaboration by creating a fresh dialogue about our local Roots music community – from its connections with touring artists and international influences to its historical and contemporary contributions to the craft of the song.