Todd Grebe and Cold Country is a band with deep roots in Alaska that plays original roots music of the honkytonk flavor. Hear their version of Americana infused with bluegrass fiddle and mandolin, three-part harmonies and dance-friendly waltzes.
Kray Van Kirk is an Alaskan singer-songwriter, delivering performances that the Borderline Folk Club in New York called “…what every singer-songwriter should aspire to.” Expertly performed on both a six and a twelve string guitar, his songs tell rich stories with many timeless and universal themes.
David Woodie has worked as a logger, a fisherman, and a teacher and uses the unique perspectives he gained in those fields in his paintings. Woodie refers to himself as a narrative painter and says that his paintings suggest stories. Scott Burton hosts. Music in studio video by: Kevin MacLeod “I Knew a Guy”
Harrison B joined us March 27, 2104 in “@360” for a special in-studio concert featuring his original progressive American soul tunes. To hear more of, and purchase, his music, go to: http://www.harrisonbmusic.com.
This spring edition of Arts@360’s Writers’ Showcase is themed “awakening.” Writers are Rich Chiappone, Sherry Simpson, Tim Lash, and Greg Capito. Actors are Brandon Demery, Christina Apathy, Corin Hughes-Skandijs, and Roblin Gray Davis.
This Writers’ Showcase is holiday themed. Watch Alaskan actors and celebrities read Alaskan writers’ work about new holiday traditions in the 49th state. A laugh-out-loud version of an Alaskan Hanukkah, Christmas on a remote island, a view of the Bronx from Juneau, mouth-watering tamales, family, surprise, love, and a smoke-breathing Christmas Dragon. Writers and actors…