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Tuesday, April 15, 201404/15/2014

This Week: Microscopic Giant

Microscopic Giant is a quirky Bellingham band with three members who, at least, look like they’ve been around the block a time or two. The goup released an EP last November and sent me a copy a couple of months ago. I can’t find a lot of info on the band and only know what I’ve heard, so we’ll meet the guys and find out more about the band on this week’s edition of Locals Only.


Wednesday, April 9, 201404/09/2014

April 13th – The Twitch

Well, finally used to all the new equipment and ready to get back to inviting guests to the show. This week one of my favorite Vancouver rock bands drop by for another appearance. Joe Kimock fronts this brash band of Canadians. These guys rock with a lot of rock ‘n’ roll soul. We’ll get reacquainted with the band and hear their latest recordings on this week’s edition of Locals Only.

Rod Stone

Saturday, February 1, 201402/01/2014

March 2nd – Rod Stone

Well, unless the forecast of snow is more intense than the current weather picture from the web, Anacortes musician Rod Stone will be the guest on this week’s Locals Only. It’s a little bit country and a little bit rock ‘n’ roll. Rod is primarily a songwriter, but he’s also a capable guitar player. We’ll find out more about this quiet guy from Fidalgo Island and hear a few of his compositions on this week’s Locals Only.


Wednesday, January 15, 201401/15/2014

January 26th – Steve Grandinetti

Steve makes another appearance on the program with a new CD. From Port Townsend, Steve is one of the Northwest’s most active musicians. He’s a great guy and you’ll get to meet Steve and hear some cuts from his latest recording on this week’s Locals Only.


Thursday, December 19, 201312/19/2013

December 22nd – Dino Dinicolo

Dino Dinicolo has made several appearances on the program in the past. His first appearance was with a good Vancouver band called Supertonic. After the demise of the band, Dino came up with an unusual musical decision. He decided to go on the road with just his bass, his voice and a percussive device called a stompbox. The stompbox has been replaced with a more contemporary version, but Dino remains solo. It seems to be working out. We’ll find how Dino is doing and listen to cuts from his latest CD on this week’s edition of Locals Only.


Wednesday, December 11, 201312/11/2013

December 15th – The Yogoman Burning Band

Jordan Rain has put together a feeling that translates into good times no matter who is in his band. The Yogoman Burning Band has been through a number of line ups over the past decade, but the group continues to keep feet moving on the dance floor. Currently Jordan is accompanied by his father, Michael Rain on guitar, Mars Lindgren on trombone, Amanda Rhine on sax, and Nelson Bell on trombone, tuba and trumpet. This ensemble has a new recording and a big New Year’s Party on the horizon. We’ll hear the group’s latest efforts and find out what’s up with the Yogoman on this week’s edition of Locals Only.

heart by heart

Wednesday, November 27, 201311/27/2013

December 1st – Heart By Heart

A couple of Heart’s original members have teamed up with some of the Northwest’s top musicians to form a Heart tribute band. Steve Fossen and Michael Derosier have teamed up with Randy Hanson, Bob Rivers, Andy Baldwin, Lizzy Daymont and Somar Macek to form the ultimate tribute to Heart’s glory days. We’ll visit with Steve Fossen and find out how this group formed and what you can look forward to when the band visits Bellingham’s Underground Nightclub on December 7th.


Thursday, November 21, 201311/21/2013

November 24th – The David McAdams Band

David McAdams is a Lummi Island musician who released his first album 2004. Since then he’s put together another album and continued to hone his songwriting. Now he’s teamed up with former Wide Open bassist Gary MacDonald to form the David McAdams Band. We’ll meet up with David and the Gaz to find out what they’ve been up to on this week’s edition of Locals Only.


Thursday, October 17, 201310/17/2013

October 20th – Robert Sarazin Blake

Robert Sarazin Blake has been a moving presence in the Bellingham music scene for the past 15 years. Since his days playing with Basement Swing, an incredibly popular local dance band, he’s established himself as a solo performer. His music is quirky and real and has taken him all over the U.S. He is also the driving energy behind The Subdued String Band Jamboree, an annual event that attracts ethnic performers from around the country and has grown steadily for the past 10 years. Robert has some new music and we’ll listen to some cuts from his latest recording and find out just what’s what


Wednesday, October 9, 201310/09/2013

October 13th – Misty Flowers

Misty Flowers has made three previous appearances on Locals Only. Her sweet voice and simple melodies resonate with views culled from her life experiences. Her fourth CD is entitled “Hillbilly Livin’” and it will be interesting to see what fate has had in store for Misty recently. Tune in, get reacquainted with Misty and hear a few cuts off her latest release on this week’s edition of Locals Only.

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