Sunday, November 01, 2020

Celebrate Classic Kansas City

This one is just for our upscale readers . . . Check genuine excitement and more deets behind a local classical music station hitting the airwaves. 

Check-it:

MIRACLE ON THE MUDDY: Kansas City surprises nation with bold new venture

Suddenly, classical radio is back. Almost exactly 20 years after its disappearance from the FM dial, the music that Kansas City is becoming known for worldwide has made its way onto local airwaves again.

4 comments:

Charlie Horse said...

"...the music that Kansas City is becoming known for worldwide has made its way onto local airwaves again...."

This town's reputation will forever be linked to jazz despite it's jazz center being located in an area few people want to visit after dark.

Anonymous said...

By golly, Charlie's right - they did play some Jazz in KC ninety years or so ago - guess we'd all forgotten about that!

Anonymous said...

TOP PHOTO -- STERN WARNING

When Rod's woodwind caught sight of Helen's big bass, he attempted a musical score before the conductor threatened him with the baton!!!

Anonymous said...

most of KC can tune in to the KU public radio channel 91.5 fm too which has classical music programming weekdays 9am to 3pm and 7pm i think thru 9pm. FYI. I can tune it in all the way to blue springs most days.