KVCaRts Join host David Fleming for a program dedicated to Arts and Entertainment in our region, as well as the people and places providing it. Interviews with authors, producers, visual artists and musicians, spotlighting a classic album or a brand new release. From musical legends and icons - to players at the local level, from Broadway tours to Community theater, from the Hollywood Bowl to the Redlands Bowl.
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Join host David Fleming for a program dedicated to Arts and Entertainment in our region, as well as the people and places providing it. Interviews with authors, producers, visual artists and musicians, spotlighting a classic album or a brand new release. From musical legends and icons - to players at the local level, from Broadway tours to Community theater, from the Hollywood Bowl to the Redlands Bowl.

Most Recent Episodes

6/26/19 - Michael Tamony - The Legion of Decency

This edition of KVC-Arts is entirely music and conversation with Redlands musician Michael Tamony. Despite his punk past, his latest band, The Legion of Decency is roots-rockin' Americana. They're about to release a new album, Deep Lines Among the Shallows. You can also see them live at Back to the Grind in Riverside July 6th.

6/19/19 - The 1st Lady of MoTown, Claudette Robinson

The sole focus of this edition of KVC-Arts is Claudette Rogers Robinson. Along with Smokey Robinson and a few family members, she was with the original Miracles, and was with them for quite some time. Being a part of the first Mo-Town rleated group, and the first million seller - Claudette's figuratively and literally the FIRST Lady of MoTown. MoTown is celebrating it's 60th anniversary this year, and in commemoration, is releasing an 11-cd box set of all the number ones! David Fleming spoke

6/12/19 - Inlandia Institute's Poetry Institute, The Great American Sports Page

This edition of KVC-Arts begins with David Fleming in conversation with Cati Porter, Executive Director for The Inlandia Institute. We'll hear about the history of the organization, as well as some of the functions it serves. Then David Speaks with Rachelle Cruz, Inlandia Literary Laureate about the upcoming Poetry is Power Teen Institute. We'll then hear from Jonathan Linden in conversation with John Schulian, author of the recent book, The Great American Sports Page: A Century of Classic

6/12/19 - Inlandia Institute's Poetry Institute, The Great American Sports Page

6/5/19 - Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull

This edition of KVC-Arts is focused solely on Ian Anderson and Jethro Tull. Jethro Tull, on their 50th Anniversary Tour, will be in or near our listening area at three different locations July 5th - the 7th. Jethrotull.com for details. David Fleming speaks Ian Anderson about the tour, the concept album - his parody of it AND his embrace of it, the concept of the greatest hits album, the Jethro Tull String Quartet and more.

5/29/19 - Ani DiFranco, Steven Raichlin's The Brisket Chronicles, Zoo Nebraska

This edition of KVC-Arts opens with Emmanuel Rogers in conversation with PBS host and author, Steven Raichlin. He's been on the show in the past covering his books Project Smoke and Project Fire. Now he's back with - The Brisket Chronicles. Then Taylor Milliner speaks with author Carson Vaughan about Zoo Nebraska: The Dismantling of an American Dream. The true story of a man who was about to study primates with Dian Fossey, but after she was murdered, he converted a trailer into a primate center

5/29/19 - Ani DiFranco, Steven Raichlin's The Brisket Chronicles, Zoo Nebraska

5/22/19 - George Perris, Aubrey Logan, Eva Mikhailovna

We start the program with Lillian Vasquez in conversation with George Perris about his latest album, as well as his TV special, George Perris, Live at the Acropolis. Then it's music and conversation with Aubrey Logan, and then Eva Mikhailovna. With both, we recently had shows dedicated solely to their new albums. We spoke about more of course, and that's what's included on this KVC-Arts.

5/15/19 - Aubrey Logan

This edition of KVC-Arts is devoted solely to Aubrey Logan. We first heard her on the program when she provided some vocal work for the Urban Renewal Project. Since that time, Aubrey's performed on and toured with Post-modern Jukebox, very recently with Dave Koz, and has several discs out. The latest debuted at #2 on Billboard, then hit number one shortly after. It's called Where the Sunshine Is Expensive, and revolves greatly around her homebase – LA. David Fleming speaks with Aubrey about the

5/8/19 - Eva and the Vagabond Tales

This edition of KVC-Arts is devoted solely to Eva and the Vagabond Tales, and their new album "Uncharted Ocean." The album will have release shows in LA on May 15th and Riverside on the 25th. More at evaandthevagabondtales.com. David Fleming speaks with Eva about the album as a whole, the artwork, and a bit on process as well - this was the first time Eva and the Vagabond Tales worked with an outside producer... and to wonderful effect.

4/24/19 - National Orange Show Fair, James & the Giant Peach, The Emporer's Nightingale

The show begins with David Fleming in conversation with Daniel Jiminez, playing James, in James and the Giant Peach, on the campus of San Bernardino Valley College soon. Then David speaks with Rebecca Ward about the upcoming 104th National Orange Show Fair. We'll hear about contests, music, a petting zoo, daily special activities and more. The program closes with David in conversation with Murry Hepner, with Main Street Theatre Company, about an adaptation of Hans Christian Anderson's The

4/24/19 - National Orange Show Fair, James & the Giant Peach, The Emporer's Nightingale

4/17/19 - Electronic Dance Music, Kid Zorro Bilingual Puppet Musical, Soulful Simplicity

The program begins with Emmanuel Rogers speaking with Courtney Carver, author of "Soulful Simplicity," living more - with less. Then Taylor Milliner finds out more about Kid Zorro: A Bilingual Puppet Musical. That's at four branches of the San Bernardino Public Library. The we have Jonathan Linden in conversation with John Cameron, editor of EDM.com, breaking down for us the various tupes of Electronic Dance Music.

4/17/19 - Electronic Dance Music, Kid Zorro Bilingual Puppet Musical, Soulful Simplicity

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