The Front Row

The Front Row, 10/11/2007

We feature two radically different types of contemporary music on todays program. Rob Smith from Musiqa talks about first concert of the season for that organization, Stay Tuned. We also meet instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, producer and musical innovator Taylor McFerrin. He brings his unique blend of 60’s Soul, trip-hop, acid jazz and beat-boxing to the […]

We feature two radically different types of contemporary music on todays program. Rob Smith from Musiqa talks about first concert of the season for that organization, Stay Tuned. We also meet instrumentalist, vocalist, composer, producer and musical innovator Taylor McFerrin. He brings his unique blend of 60’s Soul, trip-hop, acid jazz and beat-boxing to the first of the new Nights on Blue Bayou: City Soundscapes outdoor concerts. . .

Composer Rob Smith and conductor Laura Jackson talk with TFR host Dean Dalton about the first of this season’s cocnerts for Musiqa. Stay Tuned. It’s this Saturday at The Hobby Center.  Listen  Download  

Taylor McFerrin brings his unique blend of music innovation to the first concert in a new series presented by the Mitchell Center for the Arts. Nights on Blue Bayou: City Soundscapes is a series of free performances on Houston’s downtown Sabine-to-Bagby Promenade. McFerrin talks about his music and his collaborations with KUHF’s Chris Johnson.  Listen  Download  

Executive Director Kimberly Stoilis and artist Eric Ober chat with KUHF’s Bob Stevenson about the Fall edition of the Bayou City Art Festival.  Listen  Download  

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