SUNDAY NIGHTS AT 7PM Pooner Clark has listened to, written about and played music for 30 years. He knows what the inside of a – previously – smoky bar looks like! Join him every week for an hour of local music and chat with northwest musicians. To find out more about Pooner Click Here If you are in a local band or are a solo perfomer and would like to join the show contact Pooner at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wednesday, May 27, 201505/27/2015
Showing you just how organized I am, I thought this was Memorial Day weekend with the Ski to Sea Festival providing a good theme for the program. Well the Ski to Sea Celebration was last week and I had no guest booked for the program. So once again I have a chance to play an hour of cuts off various Northwest CDs. Tune in this week for a potluck of Northwest talent.
Monday, May 25, 201505/25/2015
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Wednesday, May 20, 201505/20/2015
The Dip is a nine-piece funk and soul band that have become party-time favorites in the Seattle area. The band has recently released a new CD. We’ll meet The Dip and listen to cuts off the new album on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Friday, May 8, 201505/08/2015
Robert Hull is a veteran Skagit County musician who played with a number of bands over the past several decades. Recently he’s been on a bit of a hiatus, but now he returns with a new CD entitled Then and Now. We’ll chat with Randy and listen to a few cuts off the album on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Tuesday, April 21, 201504/21/2015
Iron Kingdom is a heavy metal band from Surrey, BC that carries on the tradition of bands like Rush, Judas Priest and Iron Maiden. The band has a couple of critically lauded CDs and has a reputation for energetic, dynamic live performances. We’ll meet the band and listen to cuts from their recordings on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Wednesday, April 15, 201504/15/2015
Ron Hendee has played with tons of Northwest notables during his years as a sideman and session player. He has a CD entitled Through The Arch (from darkness to light) that is a great collection of rapid fire Rhythm & Blues. We’ll meet this veteran Northwest musician and hear some cuts from the CD on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Wednesday, April 1, 201504/01/2015
With last year’s Washington Blues Society best vocalist and best blues drummer in the group, you’d naturally think the Stacy Jones Band could rest a bit on its laurels. Not on your life! The band is out with a new CD entitled Whiskey, Wine and Water and a new line up. We’ll meet the band and listen to a few cuts off the new CD on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Wednesday, March 18, 201503/18/2015
Hambone Wilson has been one of Whatcom County’s foremost bluesmen for almost two decades. An import from the hills of West Virginia, Hambone’s smoky vocals and driven guitar style cut through night and keep people on the dance floor ’til closing time. Hambone has a new album entitled Thayer Hambone Wilson. We’ll get up to speed with Hambone and listen to some cuts off this most recent recording on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Wednesday, March 11, 201503/11/2015
Janie Cribbs and Joe Reggiatore have appeared on the program several times over the past decade. Two of the mainstays from the Whidbey Island music scene, the two have continued to play and record in every guise in the rock and roll playbook. This duo have recently teamed with drummer Kevin Holden and bassist Greg Barnes to form the T.Rust band. We welcome Janie & Joe back to the program on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Wednesday, March 4, 201503/04/2015
Jack Mattingly is a Skagit County musician who’s young in years, but sings like a lifetime of hard times. With influences from Hank Williams to Weezer, Whiskey Fever blends country, rock and Skagit County into a pretty powerful sound. We’ll meet the band and listen to a few cuts from their recent recording on this week’s edition of Locals Only.