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Zip-a-dee Crosscurrents 4/29

Zip-a-dee Crosscurrents 4/29

On April 29, 1913, a patent was granted to Gideon Sunback for his invention of the “hook-less fastener” to be known as the “zipper.” Gavin, … more

Earth Day 4/22

Earth Day 4/22

The April 22, 1970, Earth Day was the start of the environmental network of organizations with more than 17,000 associated groups in 174 countries. Gavin … more

‘Tideline’ featuring Lucas Heger

‘Tideline’ featuring Lucas Heger


http://www.ktoo.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/LucasHeger.mp3

Playing live on KRNN

Lucas Heger, from Skagway, joined Angelina in the KRNN studio on ‘Tideline’ (April 10th) to perform his original songs. He … more

Renaissance Crosscurrents 4/15

Renaissance Crosscurrents 4/15

Born on April 15, 1452 Leonardo da Vinci was a painter, sculptor, architect, musician, mathematician, engineer, inventor, anatomist, geologist, and writer whose brilliance characterized the … more

Irene Muller on Tideline 4/1

Irene Muller on Tideline 4/1

Singer songwriter extraordinaire Irene Muller and her band are set for a First Friday April 5th gig at the UAS REC Center. Irene will stop … more

Harrison B interview and music

Harrison B interview and music

Here’s audio from a great interview and in-studio performance with Harrison B from March 20, 2013.  He was on KTOO’s A Juneau Afternoon with Andy … more

Americana Tickets

Americana TicketsOnline ticket sales have ended. Tickets will be available at the door starting at 6:30 p.m.

Can You Make Sad Songs Sound Happy (And Vice Versa)?

Can You Make Sad Songs Sound Happy (And Vice Versa)?Oleg Berg, an engineer and musician in the Ukraine, had a dream as a kid. He wanted to be able to take popular songs, the recordings of which were instantly recognizable, and invert their sound: making major keys minor and vice versa.

How One Band Turned A Ghost Town Into A Giant Recording Studio

How One Band Turned A Ghost Town Into A Giant Recording StudioIn August of 2011, the three members of the Danish band Efterklang, dressed in survival suits, loaded a small recording studio worth of equipment onto an open boat docked on the island of Spitsbergen. Soaked by rain and rough seas, the boat pushed off into the fjord that separates the town of Longyearbyen from their destination: Piramida, a former Russian coal mining settlement abandoned by the state-held company that ran it in 1998.

Tideline Tonight 2/13

Tideline Tonight 2/13

http://www.ktoo.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/02/JRSlushNotSnow.mp3

JR live in the KRNN studio

Joining Angelina in the KRNN studio tonight from 5 – 7 pm:

Nancy Johnson will stop by to chat about … more