Sirens’ Muse is celebrating the year’s half way point by highlighting what we think are the best contemporary women’s music releases of 2007 so far. The musicians who will be featured on the show are already listed online at www.wpvm.org/sirensmuse. Listen to the show live on Sunday July 1st from 1-3 PM, and through the archives July 2nd – July 8 th. ENJOY!
Hear Lisa Sturz, nationally acclaimed puppet master and Artistic Director of Red Herring Puppets talk about the life in puppets and the artist-priestess life she leads with them.
Check out her website: www.redherringpuppets.com.
Can’t hear the show live on Tuesday at 10:00 am? Listen to the Archive.
This “Working Artist” series of What Nourishes is brought to you by Earth Exchange, the Asheville non-profit dedicated to support sustainability initiatives in the Southern Highlands. For information call (828) 255-8001.
Thursday, June 28th, join Dr. Filth as he puts on his science goggles and explores actions and equal and opposite reactions on an action-packed episode of the Replacement Party. Two hours of songs with “action” or “reaction” in the title from the last 100 years of rock & roll. The action starts at 9 p.m.
Tune in to The Cut this Saturday at 10:00 pm. Jason will be attempting to broadcast the show live from his apartment. If that isn’t exciting enough for you, Chris M will be co-hosting from New York. Will it even work? Who knows! It should be fun to listen to regardless. Beats, pieces, cabling, microphones that came with the computer, long pauses – all on the Cut, Saturday, June 23.
Update: Hey, it worked! You can check out the show in the archives.
will be back live Tuesday 24 of July. In the meantime, we will play re-runs of our favorites.
– June 26 : Hip-Hop from Africa .
– July 3 : Cinema, best French film scores
– July 10 : BASTILLE DAY special
– July 17 : Made in Japan
Visit this week’s Archive of What Nourishes.
Listen to Tim Yeager, Ballet Master for Terpsicorps Theater of Dance, tell us about contemporary movement and the art of living dance.
Good news! A gentle man working at a construction site heard the invitation to attend this weekend’s Terpsicorps performance and accepted. Stephanie says, You and your lady friend – have a grand time!
More info about the local dance company and this weekend’s performance on the Terpsicorps Theater of Dance website: www.terpsicorps.org
This “Working Artist” series of What Nourishes brought to you by Earth Exchange, the Asheville non-profit dedicated to support sustainability initiatives in the Southern Highlands. For information call (828) 255-8001.
Hi All. It’s AJ from Sirens’ Muse. Check out this week’s show (from 6/18 – 6/24) through the archives link above and hear in studio performaces and some chatting with Steph Hayes and Chris Schutz. Enjoy!