Ten O'Clock Blues 3.09.19

Mar 12, 2019

Guitarist Marcus King opens the show with his big warm jam-bandy feel, we'll follow that up with a new set of music from Stevie Ray Vaughn keys ace, Reece Wynans. We also play a classic from George Thorogood which may sound aimless but it's just that he has no particular place to go.

Ten O'Clock Blues 2.03.18

Feb 4, 2018

Singer Bettye LaVette doesn't write songs - there are plenty of good songs already. She takes other people's songs and gives them a completely new place and time. She does a whole album of Dylan tunes and you can hear the title cut (minus one bad word) also new music from Johnny Tucker, pedal steel player, A.J. Ghent and an absolute gem from Big Voice Odom teamed up with Earl Hooker on T-Bone Walker's Stormy Monday.

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 10.13.17 (Promo)

Oct 9, 2017

This week's artists:

Origami Animals, vintage rock/blues/folk from Des Moines, Iowa

North by North, progressive rock 'n roll from Chicago, Illinois

Salt Creek, indie rock from Lincoln, Nebraska

Kelley Hunt, roots/r&b/blues/Americana from Lawrence, Kansas

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(shows posted online Friday at 11pm, after radio air)

PREMIERE: The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 8.18.17

Sep 8, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

Welcome to the PREMIERE of the TRIPLE GOOD Music Show! I'm your host, Bertha Iñiguez.

Tonight's featured interviewee is Dylan Sires of SIRES, a pop-rock band from Des Moines, Iowa. Hear him talk about the Beatles, how SIRES creates "timeless" music, and more.

I will also introduce you to music from the Ruralists, Har-di-Har, and more regional/local artists!

Listen to the full premiere show below:

This week's artists: 

Sires pop-rock band from Des Moines, Iowa.


Mar 27, 2017
Wikimedia Commons

Think of it as a tiara, a delicate little crown your daughter may have worn for her uncle’s wedding, a princess-like thing made up of clusters of what might seem dried tendrils of garden plants. It’s nothing at all like a wig. It’s far too, well, artsy; but there’s no denying that it is a hair piece, even though I’m sure no one ever wore one. They decorated their sitting room walls, these delicate crown-like objects of human hair framed artfully and hung proudly.