Locals Only

Locals Only

Locals Only

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 pooner_clark@comcast.net


 

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Thursday, September 18, 201409/18/2014

September 21st – Ken Stringfellow Part 1

Almost thirty years ago, John Auer and Ken Stringfellow recorded an album”s worth of material in Auer’s father’s home studio. Those recordings led to major label interest, top selling albums and live performances around the world. Now residing in Paris, Stringfellow was back home to promote the re-release of “Failure”…. the album recorded on Governor Road. We’ll meet Ken and listen to cuts from “Failure” on this week’s edition of Locals Only.

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Wednesday, September 17, 201409/17/2014

September 21st – Ken Stringfellow Part 2

I couldn’t get all of Ken’s interview on just one page, so I decided to add a second page to feature the end of our interview.

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Tuesday, September 9, 201409/09/2014

September 14th – Hot Damn Scandal

Pete Irving heads a group of musicians who meld traditional American music with modern sensibilities. Hot Damn Scandal rocks, but the influences of bluegrass and country play a big part in the bands cozy sound. Tune into this week’s program to meet Pete and listen to a few cuts from the band’s latest recordings.

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Wednesday, September 3, 201409/03/2014

September 7th – Steve Grandinetti

Steve Grandinetti is from Port Townsend. He’s made a couple of previous appearances on the program, but he has a new CD. “My American Heart” is Steve’s latest recording and he seems to think it’s his best effort to date. You’ll have an opportunity to meet Steve again and hear a few cuts from this latest recording on this week’s edition of Locals Only.

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Wednesday, August 20, 201408/20/2014

August 24th – Komodo Wagon

Komodo Dragon describe themselves as a punk ‘n’ rock band. The group originated in Europe, but wound it’s way to British Columbia and now all of the members are Vancouverites. We’ll get to meet Troy Giesbrecht, the band’s explosive frontman, and listen to a few cuts of the band’s latest recordings. It’s Komodo Dragon this week on Local’s Only.

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Monday, August 18, 201408/18/2014

August 17th – Dino Dinicola

Dino Dinicola is a fascinating musician. He performs solo with just his 5 string bass, his amazing vocal work and a device called a porchboard. His new album is called Skin and Bones and it is another progression in Dino’s musical journey. With the he

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Friday, August 8, 201408/08/2014

August 10th – Static Illusion

Static Illusion is a band from Chimicum, a town near Port Townsend on Washington State’s Olympic Peninsula. Guitarist Mike Sallee, bassist John Jennings and drummer Caleb Lowery have recently released a self-titled CD of their original music. We’ll meet the guys and listen to cuts from the new CD on this week’s edition of Locals Only.

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Wednesday, July 16, 201407/16/2014

July 20th – The Chris Eger Band

This week Chris Eger and his band return to the show. They’re featured again this year at the 19th Annual Mount Baker Rhythm and Blues Festival. We’ll talk with Chris about his recent trip to Nashville and find out what’s going on with these Skagit Valley blues-rockers.

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Wednesday, July 9, 201407/09/2014

July 13th – Josh Clausen

Josh Clausen has toured the Northwest for the past 15 years in the bands Flowmotion and The True Spokes. He also took a little time to start what has become one of the most anticipated musical events of the Northwest summer: The Meltdown. We’ll talk with Josh about his musical life and get a little preview of the 14th Annual Summer Meltdown on this week’s edition of Locals Only.

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Wednesday, July 2, 201407/02/2014

July 6th – Mary McPage and The Assasins

Mary McPage started singing in church and then expanded to the blues. Originally from Idaho, she has called the Northwest home for a number of years and was selected as 2009’s performer of the year by the Washington Blues Society. Guitarist Willie Straub lives in the Maple Valley area, but spent a number of years in Bellingham. Drummer Alex Sheldon’s roots date back to popular Bellingham bands of the 1970s. Bassist Patrick Mcdanel rounds out the group. Check out the band and listen to a few cuts from their recent recordings on this week’s Locals Only

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