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.
5/5/21 - San Bernardino Symphony, A Call For Art, & Cooking With Scraps
This edition of KVC-Arts begins with Lillian Vasquez in conversation with Misty Burrell, Interim Dean of Visual and Performing Arts at Chaffey College, and a call for art – from this area. Art which represents some of YOUR time – during the pandemic. This is for an online exhibition. Then we'll hear from Margret Worsley, principal clarinetist with the San Bernardino Symphony Orchestra. She’ll be speaking about their concert, in conversation with guest pianist, David Kaplan. Rounding out the
3/17/21 - Steve Lukather - His New Album, "I Found the Sun Again."
This edition of KVC-Arts has David Fleming in conversation with Steve Lukather. He’s been the guitarist and one of the vocalists with Toto since the beginning, and has numerous releases under his own name. His latest is meant to be both an homage to, and an experience of, recordings from the early 70's. With covers of Joe Walsh's "Welcome to the Club," Traffic's, "The Low Spark of High Heeled Boys," and Robin Trower's, "Bridge of Sighs," The album also includes wonderful originals which include
3/10/21 - Joseph Williams - His New Album, "Denizen Tenant"
This edition of KVC-Arts has David Fleming in conversation with Joseph Williams. He’s the son of composer JOHN Williams, though we don’t touch on that at all. He was the lead singer of Toto in the mid to late 80’s and has been back with the band since 2010, though we barely mention Toto either. The thrust of the show is on William’s new cd, Denizen Tenant. The cd and album came out at the end of February, and features Steve Lukather, and many other Toto bandmates, among others. There are also a
3/3/21 - Bass Player and Author Victor Wooten Talks His Music
On this edition of KVC-Arts, David Fleming continues his conversation with musician and author Victor Wooten, asking all of the questions he could think of. He shares more about his books- the audio book versions and how they came together. Then, it’s all about the music: Victor’s solo projects, Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, The Wooten Brothers, and more. They also talk Sex in a Pan .
2/24/21 - Author and Bass Player Victor Wooten
On this edition of KVC-Arts, David Fleming is in conversation with Victor Wooten, a celebrated bass player and one of the founding members of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. He’s the author of The Music Lesson and his most recent release, The Spirit of Music . Wooten discusses both books and the lessons they contain on life, living, art, and the world.
2/17/21 - Mary Wilson of The Supremes, Actor Hal Holbrook
On this edition of KVC-Arts, we remember two legends who recently passed away. David Fleming speaks with veteran actor Hal Holbrook in an interview that dates back a few years, when Holbrook was preparing to perform "Mark Twain Tonight" in Riverside. Also on the show, David speaks with Mary Wilson, founding member of The Supremes. She stayed with the group until it broke up. Wilson talks about her career before, during, and beyond The Supremes.