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Private Show: Local band The Treats will be performing in-studio.
Local singer Ed Gray will be stopping by the studio to talk about his music and perform some.
I'll have some guests in for the 319 Fest and will play music from various bands performing there.
I'll be playing some past a present tracks from Diva Kai along with a telephone interview. I'll also be playing some music from Dennis "Daddy-O" McMurrin, The Fowlers and more.
Collectible Boys will be returning to the station for a chat about their debut album "Sense of Redemption". We'll be playing tracks from the album as well.
Label: 89.7 FM KRUI
Manager: Jason M. Larson
Bio: Local Tunes is a radio show created by Jason M. Larson back in 2009. The show is on Tuesday nights from 10 PM to midnight on 89.7 FM KRUI. Streaming online at http://krui.fm. The primary focus is to promote local Iowa City area music. The second focus is to promote non-local acts that will be...See Full Bio
Tonight on Local Tunes I'll have Tallgrass in-studio to perform and talk about their new album!
“If you love local music, or music in general for that matter, then you’ll love the Local Tunes program. Created by Jason Larson, Local Tunes is all about “supporting and promoting local music” and tries to get a different musical guest to come in every week. In fact, they have new guests so frequently that they’ve “lost count of the number of guests (they’ve) had in-studio or phone-in over the past two years,” says Jason. Besides local music, Local Tunes also plays the music of bands that are going to be playing shows in Iowa City, with home-roots stretching from coast to coast. Along with live and phone-in interviews, Local Tunes have also had many live in-studio performances from local groups such as White Tornado, Johnny Oaahn Point, and Koplant No. They even had eight musicians from the Bloco Flocorico Afro Samba School come in and play an all acoustic performance on the air, one that Larson ranks among his most memorable performances.”