PHX Senators vs Bisbee Bees in Vintage Baseball Showdown- Part 1

• October 19th, 2008

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Neil Singh, captain of the Phoenix Senators - a baseball team recreating the vintage baseball experience, finishes up his interview, including taking on Andrew 5 Big Questions, in which we learn what modern baseball rule makes him throw down his hat in disgust, who he wishes he had on his side in a tourney and the shame that inhabits his kitchen.

Oct. 26, 1pm, you can see Neil and his side (pictured above) take on the Bisbee Bees at Prescott's historic Ken Lindley Field in a game set in 1928. Entrance to the game is by donation and benefits Sharlot Hall Museum which was founded in 1928. This is the first time the Senators and Bees have met on the field of dreams, so spectators have a chance to be there at the very beginning of an historic rivalry.

Will Bisbee tear up the pea-patch? Will Neal be sitting in the catbird seat? Join supporters of the Sharlot Hall Museum and vintage baseball on Oct. 26!

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PHX Senators vs Bisbee Bees in Vintage Baseball Showdown- Part 2, including Andrew’s 5 Big Questions

• October 19th, 2008

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Neil Singh, captain of the Phoenix Senators - a baseball team recreating the vintage baseball experience, finishes up his interview, including taking on Andrew 5 Big Questions, in which we learn what modern baseball rule makes him throw down his hat in disgust, who he wishes he had on his side in a tourney and the shame that inhabits his kitchen.

Oct. 26, 1pm, you can see Neil and his side take on the Bisbee Bees (pictured above) at Prescott's historic Ken Lindley Field in a game set in 1928. Entrance to the game is by donation and benefits Sharlot Hall Museum which was founded in 1928. This is the first time the Senators and Bees have met on the field of dreams, so spectators have a chance to be there at the very beginning of an historic rivalry.

Will Bisbee tear up the pea-patch? Will Neal be sitting in the catbird seat? Join supporters of the Sharlot Hall Museum and vintage baseball on Oct. 26!

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The Devil Makes Three plays fundraiser at Prescott College, including Andrew’s 5 Big Questions

• October 19th, 2008

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Probably the best band in America you can't easily describe, DMT hails from Vermont, by way of Cali and sounds like a band playing The Senior Prom in Tom Wait's sleeping brain (just so you know.)

We caught Pete from the band as they are out on tour and he answered our questions, including a memorable Andrew's 5 Big Questions involving dead singers, aversions to crew cuts and the one thing we could do without at the next live concert.

DMT plays Oct 21st at Prescott College in the Crossroads Center and yes, it is a fundraiser for Food Not Bombs and the Catalyst InfoShop - you might want to check out the fundraiser Pete says DMT TURNED DOWN to come play this show. They'll also be playing Oct 23rd at The Green Room in nearby-ish Flagstaff. This podcast also includes this week's episode of "Ladies of the Garden," the new radio play by Blue Rose Theatre at the Sharlot Hall Museum.

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Led Kaapana Interview - Part 3

• April 20th, 2008

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Since the City of Prescott acquired the Elks Opera House a few years ago, many attempts have been made to book interesting musicians into the venue. Some passionate fans of unique artists or musical styles have well, not lost their shirts, but certainly did not become well rewarded for taking the risk of ponying up seed money for the event. Are we learning anything about what will and won't work in Prescott? Has the population grown large enough to support off-beat music concerts larger than a restraurant or bar's stage? Weeeelll . . . we have another opportunity to find out.

A local businessman is bringing in legendary Hawaiian Slack Key Guitarist Led Ka'apana for the only Arizona stop on his current U.S. tour. Are local guitar fans, Hawaiian expatriots, adventurous daters and afficanados of the mellow musical style going to come out in numbers large enough to make the night a success? We'll know on Thursday, April 24th at 7pm.

(Led spoke by phone from his home in Oahu, Hawaii and the show was taped in Coyote Radio's Studio A in The Raven Cafe building in Prescott, AZ. First heard over KJZA 89.5 FM and 90.1FM)

In this episode, Led talks about teaching Slack Key guitar to a younger generation and how best to start learning his musical style, as well as a hint about what people can expect at the April 24th show.

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Led Kaapana Interview - Part 2

• April 20th, 2008

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Since the City of Prescott acquired the Elks Opera House a few years ago, many attempts have been made to book interesting musicians into the venue. Some passionate fans of unique artists or musical styles have well, not lost their shirts, but certainly did not become well rewarded for taking the risk of ponying up seed money for the event. Are we learning anything about what will and won't work in Prescott? Has the population grown large enough to support off-beat music concerts larger than a restraurant or bar's stage? Weeeelll . . . we have another opportunity to find out.

A local businessman is bringing in legendary Hawaiian Slack Key Guitarist Led Ka'apana for the only Arizona stop on his current U.S. tour. Are local guitar fans, Hawaiian expatriots, adventurous daters and afficanados of the mellow musical style going to come out in numbers large enough to make the night a success? We'll know on Thursday, April 24th at 7pm.

In this episode, Led talks about what's kept him playing out for the last 40 years, from before the Hawaiian Cultural Renaissance in the 70's to the present.

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Led Kaapana Interview - Part 1

• April 20th, 2008

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Since the City of Prescott acquired the Elks Opera House a few years ago, many attempts have been made to book interesting musicians into the venue. Some passionate fans of unique artists or musical styles have well, not lost their shirts, but certainly did not become well rewarded for taking the risk of ponying up seed money for the event. Are we learning anything about what will and won't work in Prescott? Has the population grown large enough to support off-beat music concerts larger than a restraurant or bar's stage? Weeeelll . . . we have another opportunity to find out.

A local businessman is bringing in legendary Hawaiian Slack Key Guitarist Led Ka'apana for the only Arizona stop on his current U.S. tour. Are local guitar fans, Hawaiian expatriots, adventurous daters and afficanados of the mellow musical style going to come out in numbers large enough to make the night a success? We'll know on Thursday, April 24th at 7pm.

In this episode, Led explains what Slack Key guitar playing is and talks about growing up around music playing folk in a tiny black sand fishing village.

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Coyote Radio Theater Christmas Show

• December 6th, 2007

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