This week on The Morning Mix, state finalist of the International Blues Challenge, William G Kidd, will be the in-studio musical guest. Also an interview with Susan Tedeschi of Tedeschi Trucks Band - they'll be performing next week at the Eccles Theater in downtown Salt Lake City; and a conversation with Amy Tangaro, Marketing Manager for Squatters and Wasatch Brewing, about their new summer brew -Chasing Tail Orange- and their collaborative partnership with Best Friends Animal Society.
On The Morning Mix -musical guest in studio is Courtney Spalding. Other guests include Brian Kelm, President of the Utah Blues Society talking about the upcoming Utah Blues Festival, to be held at Gallivan Center in downtown Salt Lake City on June 16th, and original Beach Boy, Al Jardine, who is performing "A Postcard from California" at Egyptian Theatre this weekend. Also a full rundown of Weekend Events- on The Morning Mix Friday morning at 9, right after NPR News.
This weeks Morning Mix features musical guest Morgan Snow of Triggers and Slips performing live in the studio throughout the show. A conversation with Raychel Johnson, Marketing Director for the Ogden Music Festival, happening this weekend at Fort Buenaventura in Ogden. And a final interview with Katie Stellpflug, celebrating 7 years in Kamas with ARTique gallery and giftshop, who is hosting a First Friday openhouse tonight.
Guests on The Morning mix include Brian Richards of Mountain Town Music and Caleb Parry and Jeremy Gross, two actors performing in "The Full Monty", on stage this weekend at Egyptian Theatre. Also, musical guest Lantern By Sea playing live in the studio.
This morning on The Morning Mix, 17-year old Sammy Brue is the musical guest. Spencer Byrne from All-Seasons Adventures offers a status update on spring fishing and hiking, and-biking trail openings. Josh Wartena from Sundance Resort talks about the upcoming summer activities planned.