Then Yvonne Ervin, Executive Director of the Innagural Tucson Jazz Festival, is in studio with the Tony Frank Trio. She talks about the huge festival being held in early 2015, all the scheduled artists and how it’s time to sign up to help make this a huge success. We also get to hear the Tony Frank Trio tear into a few classics!
Jeff gets replaced by his dad this week as Jim Ronstadt joins Fred to talk about all the great things going on in the Old Pueblo. Pat Jessup and Bucky Lovejoy roll by to talk about the Send a Kid to Camp and the Sportsmen’s Fund, then Bucky sticks around to talk about the Tucson Conquistadors, past, present and the future of the golf tournament.
We love seeing a local kid make it to the big time and this week we get to talk with a new big timer! Darious Britt, a graduate of the University of Arizona Film School, is premiering his first big film at the Arizona Underground Film Festival. UNSOUND is a must see at the festival this year!!! David Pike, the founder of the festival, talks about the films being show this year.
Charles D. Prokopp and Ben Ritchie come in to promote King Lear, being presented at Himmel Park over the next few weeks.
Fred and Jeff have found a new home for their downtown shows. Saint Cecilia Studios is a new recording studio tucked into the Congress Street corridor. Caitlin Jensen from the Downtown Tucson Partnership is on hand to introduce Steven Lee Tracy, the owner of the studio. The boys also chat with Mykl Wells who helps folks prepare for the All Souls Procession with masks, costumes, altars and every idea to help participate in the procession.