Christie Dilloway

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By day she's the Marketing Director for Park City historic Egyptian Theatre and co-host of The Morning Mix on KPCW. At night, she's a voracious consumer of live music.

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The Morning mix - August 26, 2016

Aug 26, 2016

  John and Christie welcome April Souza to the program.  April will perform in studio. The second guest on the program is Gary Talley, a member of the Box Tops who are performing this weekend at the Egyptian Theatre in Park City. The final guest on the program is Mike Luers from Squatters and Wasatch Brewery. 

  On this morning’s 100 show anniversary we celebrate with guest performing live in two studios for two hours.  In the first segment, John and Jude welcome Musician Joel Pack in studio “A” who performs live in Studio.  Then in segment two we switch to studio “B” where Christie welcomes the Group Grapegrass who performs three songs.  Then it’s back to Studio “A” where Robert Bartko performs.

In the second hour of the 100 programs special, Robyn Cage sings and plays the keyboard followed by the Group Mister Sister.

  Today on the program John and Christie speak with David Tolk who performs “live” in studio. The second guest is Rei Hotoda, Utah Symphony Conductor. The fiinal guests are members of Paul Revere’s Raiders who are performing this weekend at the Egyptian Theatre. 

  John and Christie’s first guest is Mike Rogers who performs live, in studio. The second guest on the program is Scott Thompson from OP Rockwell. Guest number three is Richie Furay of Buffalo Springfield and Poco who is performing this week at the Egyptian Theater. 

  John and Christie welcome cast members from the show Rock of Ages performing tonight at the Egyptian Theater.  They perform live in studio. The second guest on the program is Renee Huang from the Deer Valley Music Festival who offers a schedule of summer events. Final guests today are Daniel Lewis and Patton Murray from the Leadership Class Project.

  John and Christie welcome Brian Kelm, President of the Utah Blues festival which is being held Saturday June 18th at the Gallivan Center in Salt Lake City.  This is the only festival in Utah solely dedicated to increasing awareness of a uniquely American musical art form – Blues music

The second guest on the program is KPCW General Manager Larry Warren who brings us up to date on all the station’s summer activities.

The Final guest on the program is Katrina Kmak from the Park City Library speaking of all the summer kids’ activities the library is offering.  

  John and Christie welcome their musical guest, Elizabeth Hareza, who performs live in studio. The second guest on the program is Scott House from White Pine Touring who talks about a new climbing school and new permitted climbing areas in the Uinta Mountains.  Finally Brian Richards of Mountain Town Music tells of upcoming events.  

  This morning on The Morning Mix, John and Christie introduce musical guests Bill McGinnis and Steve Seskin who perform live in studio. In segment two, Janet LePera stops by.  Janet is one of the top LPGA instructors in the world.  The final guest is Dude from Cole Sports talking about the Bike Swap happening  this weekend benefiting the Mountain Trails Foundation.

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Hosts John Wells and Christie Dilloway get the morning moving with a visit and live performance from Grapegrass. They get a glimpse of writing music for film in their interview with Paul Dalio, director and composer of  2015 movie starring Katie Holmes, Touched with Fire.

The show circles back with local music, this time with the Utah Symphony's Public Relations Director Renée Huang, and Director of Special Events & Deer Valley Music Festival Community Relations, Natalie Cope.

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  John and Christie’s first guest today is Errol Grant, a member of the reggae group Patwa.  He performs a cappella in studio.  The next guests are Sean Beard and Amy Cutt   with Running with Ed.  Final guests today are Jocelyn Scudder  from the Kimball Art Center and Kristen McDermaid , the ceramic studio program manager at Kimball.   

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