Cultural Continuum 7-27-18

Jul 27, 2018
Sioux City Journal

Ode at the Marquee, a bunch of nature stuff and Vangarde Arts is hopping!

County Fairs, Live Music, Ode, Sweetcorn, Greek Fest and TURTLES!!!!

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 10.27.17

Oct 28, 2017


This week, Bertha Iñiguez, resurrects past local/regional band favorites, The Buddha Cheese Band, Trampled Under Foot, The Villain Works, and We Live in Sod Houses. As a special treat, Mike Langley just finished a few tracks, titled "Ghost Stories", and I'll be featuring him, as well!

Tune in, Fridays at 10pm, only on Siouxland Public Media.

Check out previous shows, on, and on Facebook, by following "The Triple Good Music Show".

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 10.20.17 (PROMO)

Oct 19, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

THIS WEEK, The Triple Good Music Show goes LIVE. Founder, producer, and host, Bertha Iñiguez, will be chillin' at the studio, putting on tracks from The Ruralists, Titans of Industry, Ultra Violet Fever, Winter Wayfarer, and Port Nocturnal​. Call in, and request your favorites! :)

Check them all out on Facebook... and tune in, Fridays at 10pm. Only on Siouxland Public Media!

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.

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The band GhostCat looks at Mural
Mark Munger


In our ongoing series Music for Pollock, we invite local bands and musicians to view Jackson Pollock's Mural and find a way to express their impressions using music. We begin the process at the Sioux City Art Center, where Mural is currently on view.