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Live Day!

KRBD’s annual Live Day is this Saturday, May 25th beginning at noon! Tune in to hear music, readings, and more performed by your friends, co-workers, neighbors, and family.

Listen on the radio, or stream the broadcast at www.krbd.org.  Better yet, stop by the station at 1101 Copper Ridge Lane and join in the fun!

Sponsored by: The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Parnassus Books, Starboard Frames and Gifts, and Tongass Trading Company.

Each performance lasts approximately fifteen minutes. The following is a list of performers, in order of their appearance.

  • Rob Alley, bagpipes
  • The Point Band, folk band
  • Maria Dudzak, reader and vocalist
  • Ketchikan Community Children’s Choir
  • Kayla Hay, guitarist and vocalist
  • Gerry Knasiak, reader
  • Handel Double-Reed Trio
  • Rudy Saccomanno, guitarist and vocalist
  • Mary Larsen and Friends, guitars, concertina and vocals
  • Geralyn Lovell, guitarist and vocalist
  • Kyle Bailey and Heidi Poet, guitarist and vocalists
  • Rod Landis, reader
  • A Capella Quartet
  • Free Radicals
  • Amanda Slevin, vocalist
  • Sharolyn Kroscavage and Dave Reuben, guitarist and vocalist
  • Russell Wodehouse, guitar and vocals

 

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