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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.

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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.

    5/6/20 - Mindi McNeil & The California Theatre, Tio's Tacos, and Comedian Brad Williams

    5/6/20 - Mindi McNeil & The California Theatre, Tio's Tacos, and Comedian Brad Williams

    This edition of KVC-Arts is as much about interesting places and people in our region, as it is a remembrance of Mindi McNeil. Mindi was first heard on KVCR on the program, "My Awsome Empire," which was CSUSB student produced, and led by Lacey Kendall. Mindi began interning at KVCR for a time, before moving on to KUVO in Denver. Mindy passed away just last week. Here are three interviews from Mindi on a few different subjects, though with the same passion and enthusiasm. First Mindi checks out

    • 48 min
    4/29/20 - Jim Peterik, Battlefield Earth

    4/29/20 - Jim Peterik, Battlefield Earth

    This edition of KVC-Arts opens with Emmanuel Rogers finding out more about the Galaxy Press re-release of the Sci-Fi classic - Battlefield Earth. Then it's David Fleming in conversation with Jim Peterik. He gave us "Eye of the Tiger" after receiving a call from Syvester Stallone - which he thought was a prank. He co-wrote "Heavy Metal" with Sammy Hagar. He gave us any of .38 Special's biggest hits... and he's just released a single called "Empty Arena," a poignant look at the state of

    • 47 min
    4/22/20 - Mikel Jollet of The Airborne Toxic Event

    4/22/20 - Mikel Jollet of The Airborne Toxic Event

    The sole focus of this edition of KVC-Arts is with KVCR's Benjamin Purper in conversation with Mikel Jollet, founder and frontman of the band, The Airborne Toxic Event. Jollet has a new memoir out, called Hollywood Park, which is also the name of the accompanying new album. He has a virtual book tour underway. More at theairbornetoxicevent.com/book

    • 53 min
    4/15/20 - Singer Tad Worku, and Author Jessica Yellin

    4/15/20 - Singer Tad Worku, and Author Jessica Yellin

    This edition of KVC-Arts is all about wearing other hats. The program begins with Emmanuel Rogers in conversation with Jessica Yellin, former Chief White House Correspondant, and now author. "Savage News" IS fiction, but draws from Yellin's experiences. After that it's KVCR's Benjamin Purper in conversation with Tad Worku, and ER trauma nurse and musician - who recently had to cancel his tour due to the Corona outbreak.

    • 47 min
    4/8/20 - Barry Manilow, Author Susan Straight

    4/8/20 - Barry Manilow, Author Susan Straight

    This edition of KVC-Arts begins with longtime KVCR contributor Cassie MacDuff in conversation with Susan Straight. Author of many novels, her latest work is a memoir - In the Country of Women. Then it's David Fleming speaking with Barry Manilow about his newest release, Night Songs II, an exploration of The Great American Songbook. They also spoke about his long career and many hits - including a number of jingles for TV comercials.

    • 54 min
    3/18/20 - Bob Boilen & The NPR Tiny Desk Concert, John Tesh

    3/18/20 - Bob Boilen & The NPR Tiny Desk Concert, John Tesh

    The program begins with David Fleming in conversation with Bob Boilen, creator of The NPR Tiny Desk Concert series. We'll hear about the history of the show, a few behind the scenes moments, and rules for submission for the Tiny Desk Concert Contest. Then we have Lillian Vasquez in conversation with John Tesh. We'll hear about "John Tesh: Songs and Stories From the Grand Piano," which aired on many PBS stations, including KVCR-TV.

    • 48 min

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