Here's what's happening on KSKQ this week:
- The Green Show Show Wednesday, July 23 @ 10 am. Join us as the company members of IMPRO THEATRE share their art live on air. Impro Theatre performs Wednesday, Friday and Sunday this week on the Green Show Stage.
- BeerRadio Wednesday, July 23 @ 5 pm. Ginger interviews Melinda Reis, VP at Marks Design & Metalworks on location in Vancouver WA.
- Literary Ashland Friday, July 25 @ 1 pm. Tune in to the inaugural edition of KSKQ's newest show. Literary Ashland focuses on writers and writing in the Rogue Valley. Join hosts Ed Battistella and Michael Niemann as they speak to Bobby Arellano, author noir novels and 2014 Recipient of the Oregon Literary Fellowship.
Literary Ashland is a new monthly show with a focus on writers and writing. Ed Battistella and Michael Niemann host a lively 30 minute show that features literary events in the valley and interviews with local and regional authors.
Literary Ashland broadcasts once a month on the fourth Friday of the month. Archives of each show are available from the show page on this website. Just check for Literary Ashland under "Current Local Programs."
Ed Battistella is professor of English and Writing at Southern Oregon University. He is the author of numerous books and articles. His latest publication is "Sorry About That. The Language of Public Apology." Michael Niemann has been hanging around KSKQ for the past six years. He's written a number of non-fiction items. His latest thriller is "Legitimate Business."
Carson's enthusiasm for funk started many, many years ago with his first listening of Funkadelic's album Maggot Brain. He was, of course, already aware of the the genre of funk, and, like most people, familiar with James Brown and his hits on commercial radio.
That first listen to Maggot Brain in the basement of 420 Fletcher Court opened a door in in his mind, and what he found on the other side of that door, felt right - like a missing part that he was not previously aware he had been missing . . . you know that feeling?
Yes that was a long time ago and since then the funxploration has spread wide and gone deep.
The Furious Fists of Funk show is recorded on his iMac at home whenever the spirit of funk propels him. His real voice is modified to optimize funkiness--sorta reminiscent of the intro to Red Hot Mamma (the album version) from Standing On The Verge of Getting It On. Channeling this spirit, the Carson never identifies himself because of his not knowing.
Get funky and stay up past 10pm on Thursdays for the Furious Fists of Funk.
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Sea Change Radio, the primary project of Sea Change Media, is a weekly show covering the shifts to social, environmental, and economic sustainability. Sea Change Radio is nationally syndicated and podcast globally. Launched in January 2009, the show evolved from Corporate Watchdog Radio, founded by Bill Baue and Sanford Lewis in 2005. Francesca Rheannon joined the CWR team in 2007 as Lewis phased out. Alex Wise took over as Host and Executive Producer in May of 2010.
Thursdays, 10-10:30 am.