Wednesday MidDay Medley
Produced and Hosted by Mark Manning
Wednesday, March 4, 2019
New & MidCoastal Releases + Teri Quinn
+ Dan Jones & The Squids + Kadesh Flow
Mark plays New & MidCostal Releases from: Krystle Warren & The Faculty, Til Willis & Erratic Cowboy, Miki P & The Swallowtails, Dan Jones and The Squids, Joseph Warren & The Wanderlust Revival, Teri Quinn, Kadesh Flow with NublvckCity, The Buhs featuring Lee Langston & Les Izmore, Best Coast, and Dirty Projectors.
At 10:30 Teri Quinn plays LIVE in our 90.1 FM studios with Landon Hambright on guitar. Teri will share her new single “Sweet Savannah,” released February 26, 2020. Teri Quinn is a KC based singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, originally from Grand Rapids, Michigan. Teri moved to Kansas City in 2009 to study clarinet performance and Music Composition at the UMKC’s Conservatory of Music where she graduated in 2013. Teri released her debut EP, Moons and Meltdowns in 2017. Along with being a touring solo artists Teri has also played with Claire and the Crowded Stage, Abandoned Bells and True Lions.
At 11:00 we welcome KC based musicians Dan Jones and Matt Ronan of the band, Dan Jones & The Squids who released their newest album “We Live In A World That Is Out Of This World” on December 21, 2019. Dan Jones & The Squids includes Dan Jones on acoustic & electric guitars, keyboard, lead vocals; Matt Ronan on drums, percussion & vocals; Alex Alexander on electric guitar & vocals; and Steve Tulipana on bass & vocals. Dan Jones and the Squids play The Brick, 1727 McGee St, KCMO, on Saturday, March 14, at 10:00 PM, with Red Kate, and The Grave Escape. Dan Jones & The Squids play recordBar, 1520 Grand, on Saturday, May 9, at 7:00 PM, with Cher UK, Nuthatch-47, and Larry Seaman. More info at www.danjonesmusic.com.
At 11:30 Kadesh Flow joins us to share music from his new EP, Motivated that was released January 31, 2020. Kadesh Flow is 30 year old Ryan Jamaal Davis, a rapper, trombonist, and producer. At age 11 he began rapping and playing trombone within two weeks of one another. His music has been featured on network television in multiple countries and territories across Southeast Asia. Locally, Kadesh can be found playing solo hip hop sets, playing with his Deshtet, playing trombone with The Phantastics, playing with Jessica Paige, playing with Tiki Brawlers, or jamming with Marcus Lewis Big Band for “Brass and Boujee”. More info at www.kadeshflow.com