Saturday, December 7, 201312/07/2013
This week it’s another hour of Pooner’s favorite cuts from the Northwest’s best bands. If you’ve never tuned in before, tune in tonight for a wide variety of some of the Northwest’s best musical talent.
December 15th – The Yogoman Burning Bane
December 22nd – Dino Dinicolo
December 29th – Pooner’s Review Of 2013
Thursday, December 5, 201312/05/2013
Click on the band’s name and scroll down for the podcast of their interview
Wednesday, November 27, 201311/27/2013
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
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
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
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.
Friday, October 4, 201310/04/2013
Daniel Kirkpatrick and The Bayonets appeared on this program last year. They were promoting an album that they hadn’t really put the wraps on. Now with the album complete, the group has attracted some music industry notice and is set for another stage in their career. We’ll find out what’s been going on with the band over the past year and listening to cuts from “Alibis” on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Wednesday, September 25, 201309/25/2013
Erik Lloyd moved to the Northwest from New York a quarter century ago. Since that time, he’s been in a number of great Northwest bands. He’s also a great songwriter and has written a number of rock and country songs. He’s had interest in several of songs by number of Canadian and American artists. We’ll talk with Erik about his experiences in the local music scene and find out what he’s up to today on this week’s edition of Locals Only.
Wednesday, September 18, 201309/18/2013
euGENE WENDELL is a group from the Port Angeles area. This is the group’s third appearance on Locals Only. Each time they seem to intensify their efforts at creating meaningful material. Their latest release is entitled 3 and we’ll listen to a few cuts off the new CD and find out just what’s been going on with this talented and interesting group.
Saturday, August 31, 201308/31/2013
The Dip formed in Seattle in 2012 to provide the university house party scene with quality soul and funk music. After a year of sweat, beer, and police calls, they decided to take their music to a wider audience. The nine young men in The Dip all attended the University of Washington where most of them studied at the school of music; it was here that a musical family was formed. With members in various bands around Seattle and Bellingham (The Fabulous Party Boys, Beat Connection, Tom Eddy, Chemical Clock), The Dip’s music has been influenced by a wide variety of genres but at heart is a soul band. Their debut six song EP, Premium Northwest Soul, was self-recorded in Seattle and Bellingham on an 8-track tape machine; it will be available September 2nd. The Dip will be performing these songs and more at Barboza (Seattle) and Wild Buffalo on September 4th and 5th.