Suzanne Santo's Americana-Noir Debut Purrs And Broods ("Musician's Spotlight," June 14 and September 13, 2018)
Suzanne Santo, the fiddling, banjo-playing frontwoman for the duo HoneyHoney, lays out genre-crossing, self-penned songs on her first solo recording, “Ruby Red.” A reviewer described HoneyHoney’s first album as “taking its cue from Appalachian folk, country ballads, jazz and Quentin Tarantino films.”
Rabbit Wilde was at Montana Public Radio Friday for a foot-tapping, head-nodding live session featuring their signature brand of folk rock from the Pacific Northwest. Try not to howl along as they play their song, "Howl".
If you went to college in Missoula any time in the last 25 years, you probably closed down the Union Club dancing to Russ Nasset and the Revelators at least once. Russ joined us is the studio Tuesday to play live on "Get To That." Here's a taste:
The Sapphire Trio is Maxine Ramey, clarinet; Margaret Nichols-Baldridge, violin; Jody Graves, piano. They joined us to play live from Studio B, July 6, 2018. Here they are playing part of movement 4 of "Sunny Days" for clarinet, violin and piano by Rick Sowash.