The Morning Mix

Fridays, 9 to 10 AM

The information and entertainment show will feature regular and rotating segments, covering food, outdoor recreation and sports, travel, music, theater and other local, leisure activities. Anchoring the show each week will be a segment on what to do on the weekend.

“The Morning Mix” is hosted by Park City residents John “JW” Wells, Jude Robinson and Christie Dilloway.

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John Wells and Peggy Ijams welcome Mitch Ryder to the show, who is appearing this Friday and Saturday at the Egyptian Theatre. Ryder has recorded more than two dozen albums over four decades. Other guests on the show included musician Stephan Darland, Jeff Kooring from the Utah State Fair, and finally, Jane Patten, the executive director of Peace House, and Ann Johnson, development director, talking about “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” this weekend in City Park.

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John Wells and Peg Ijams introduced Elizabeth Hareza who sang several songs live in studio.  Julia Geisler from Salt Lake Climbers Alliance, a local non-profit for rock climbing enthusiasts, was their second guest. Concluding the hour, John and Peggy spoke with Julie Paine, Joie Astudillo and Hillary Reiter about festivities at Bear Lake for the next couple of weekends.

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John Wells and Peggy Ijams host music guest Olie K who performed live in the first segment of the show.

In the second segment of the show, John and Peggy welcomed recording legend Chubby Checker who is appearing this weekend at the Egyptian Theatre in Park City.

The conclusion of the program featured Renee Huang from the Utah Symphony | Utah Opera and Natalie Cope, Deer Valley Music Festival Community Outreach Director.

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John Wells hosted Morning mix with musical guests Elizabeth Hareza and Bill McGinnis. Ken Block and Buster Pike discussed Park City Sailing .

The second segment of the program featured upcoming weekend events in Park City, Heber City – including upcoming High School events.

The final segment was focusing on Homes for Our Troops with guest Bryant Jacobs.

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On this episode of The Morning Mix, it's another show packed with entertainment, including singer Bonnie Romney from the Egyptian Theater's West Side Story, Kathleen Toth and Elysa Hellerman of Nuzzles & Co., formerly Friends of Animals and Aubrey Ixchel from Mystic Hot Springs in Monroe.

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John Wells and Peg Ijams are your hosts for their celebration of all things Park City for the holiday weekend - it's their 4th of July Spectacular! Enjoy the weekend and all the great events happening all over the area - check the KPCW events calendar elsewhere on the site for details.

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As usual, it's a little bit of everything on this week's edition of the show. The Egyptian Theater's Christie Dilloway sat in with John Wells and guests included Courtney Kendrick, Shelia Jackson from Summit Land Conservancy and musical guest Mark Engel.

Morning Mix - June 19 , 2015

Jun 19, 2015
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On this edition of The Morning Mix, hosts John Wells and Peggy Ijams welcomed Madilyn Paige; you may have seen (and heard) her on The Voice (NBC). Rachael Kahler from gohebervalley.com joined the show with an update about events and activities in Heber Valley for the summer. Jim Larson, a meditation specialist, also joined the show to talk about meditation and PTSD.

On this edition of The Morning Mix, John Wells and Peg Ijams welcome in studio guests Gleewood who perform in studio. They then interview Paul Cardell and finally Kara Cody, Sundance Summer Film Festival. Weekend Events and Stuff and Junk.

In this podcast of The Morning Mix, host John Wells and Peg Ijams broadcast live from the Olympic Welcome Plaza for Bike To Work Day with singer Amanda Johnson who performs live. Then its Trip Hopkins, President of the Utah Blues Society to talk about their upcoming event. Finally musician, Lisa Daggs and even KPCW General Manager Larry Warren chimes in.

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