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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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On today's edition of KVC-Arts, David speaks with former guest, Raymond Strait. Raymond is a prolific author with ties all around this region, and in addition to his books on Bob Hope, Jayne Mansfield, Rosemary Clooney, and more, at the age of 97 – he’s still writing. David also sits down with Joe Di Fiore about his release, “Out of the Woods,” a b…
 
On today's edition of KVC-Arts, David speaks with the author of "Algorithms to Live By," Brian Christian. "Algorithms to Live By" is an exploration of the workings of computer science and the human mind, and how to use time, space, and effort more efficiently. We'll also hear from Leon Hughes, the last surviving original member of The Coasters. Wit…
 
On today's edition of KVC-Arts, David Fleming speaks with Nathan Goethals, CEO of Affordable Music Productions. Nathan talks about his musical background and his upcoming performance at The Summer Sunset Concert series Saturday, July 24th at the Donna Franco Garden, Noble Creek Community Center in Beaumont. Nathan also shares about Affordable Music…
 
On today's edition of KVC-Arts, Maraget Worsley speaks with Dana Zimbric, Artistic Director and conductor with the California Chamber Orchestra. You’ll hear about the California Chamber Orchestra organization, as well as an upcoming performance by the Hausmann Quartet in the garden at the Murrieta Public Library, with works by Haydn and more.…
 
On this edition of KVC-Arts, David Fleming speaks once again to Ben Stewart, AKA Benjiphonik. And, once again, we’ll be counting down to the next video premiere, set to be made available at the end of the program. It’s for a song called EVERY LITTLE THING, and while Benjiphonik is often in with bald geek rap and hip hop which will leave you laughin…
 
On today's edition on KVC-Arts, Lillian Vasquez speaks with musician BJ Thomas, who recently passed away at the age of 78. Lillian spoke with Thomas in the Fall of 2020 when Thomas was celebrating the 45th anniversary of the Somebody Done Somebody Wrong Song. BJ talks about this and many of his other hits over the years, including the iconic Raindr…
 
As KVC-Arts transitions from a one-hour show heard twice a week to being a half-hour show heard three times a week, we're revisiting a favorite. Author Bill Kopp's Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett To The Dark Side of the Moon, examining the period of Syd Barrett's departure, and the band having to find their new sound... the sound which we …
 
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 …
 
In today's edition of KVC-Arts, David Fleming had a conversation with Mike Brewer of the folk rock duo Brewer & Shipley. Mike talks about his new documentary, "Brewer & Shipley:?One Toke Over The Line And Still Smokin." You'll hear about how and when the documentary came about. Additionally, you'll hear the history behind that hugely well-known son…
 
Today's edition focuses on Bob Saget, popularized for his role as Danny Tanner on Full House and Fuller House. He stops by to discuss new dates for his upcoming Irvine Improv show. From FNX, you’ll hear from Frank Blanquet, along with filmmaker Daniel Golding, about the documentary “Chasing Voices: The Story of John Peabody Harrington,” examining t…
 
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