Mike Langley

This week on The Exchange . . .

We check in with Tyler Brock of Siouxland District Health about the spread of the coronavirus in Woodbury County

Also, we talk with Sioux City Community School Superintendent Paul Gausman about the ongoing school closure and efforts to keep students learning until classes resume.

And we talk with Western Iowa Tech Community College President Terry Murrell about how the school has moved all of its courses online until the end of the spring term to prevent the spread of Covid-19.

Mike Langley

More than 100,000 Iowans filed for unemployment benefits in the first two weeks of massive business closings.  The person in charge of Iowa Workforce Development called the situation “staggering”.  People from all kinds of backgrounds wondering when will they go back to work?  Many rely on seeing people face-to-face for their livelihoods, including singer-songwriter and music teacher Mike Langley.  The Sioux City artist tells Siouxland Public Media how he has modified his business in this new age of isolation.

Cultural Continuum 2-28-20

Feb 28, 2020

The 63rd Annual Siouxland Home Show continues through the weekend. There are a couple of theater offerings in places other than Sioux City. There's more Chicago Blues at Vangarde. Russ Gifford talks suffragettes at WIT and the USD Symphony Orchestra plays a world premiere.

Cultural Continuum 5-10-19

May 10, 2019
Briar Cliff University

It's Singing for Sanford tonight at the Orpheum, you can see theater indoors and birds outdoors the Sioux City Conservatory of Music has a battle of the Bands, Vangarde has some award winning musicians and get your qigong on at the Dorothy Peacaut Nature Center.

Cultural Continuum 8-03-18

Aug 3, 2018

County fairs in Iowa and Nebraska, Second City moves from Lake Michigan to Spirit Lake and Saturday Afternoon is African Night

Cultural Continuum 3-09-18

Mar 9, 2018

Lamb and SCCT go into the second weekend of their respective offerings, the SCSO welcomes Cherish the Ladies with the best Irish tin whistle player in the world, Bravo Amici performs all kinds of vocal music from contemporary to opera plus an in depth discussion of coffee and donut shops.

Devon Cadwell's Favorite Food: Show # 3

Jan 12, 2018

Cultural Continuum 1-05-18

Jan 5, 2018
Sioux City Journal

A virtual 5K with the troops at WITCC, test yourself against monsters in the Land of Lambia, a traveling exhibit on Coney Island at the Sioux City Public Museum and handbells galore at Central Baptist Church all part of this week's Cultural Continuum with Steve Smith and Amy Roth.

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 10.27.17

Oct 28, 2017

THE UNDEAD SHOW

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 kwit.org, and on Facebook, by following "The Triple Good Music Show".

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show 10.27.17 (Promo)

Oct 27, 2017

THE UNDEAD SHOW

Tune in TONIGHT at 10pm, and listen past local/regional favorites as I, Bertha Iñiguez, resurrect, The Buddha Cheese Band, Trampled Under Foot, The Villain Works, and We Live in Sod Houses. Mike Langley just finished a few tracks, titled "Ghost Stories", and I'll be featuring him, as well!

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show 10.06.17

Oct 6, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

  

This week's artists:

Would You Kindly? pop punk from Sioux City, Iowa.

Angie Hosh post punk/Goth/synth pop from Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Mike Langley singer songwriter from Sioux City, Iowa.

Moreland and Arbuckle roots/blues/rock from Wichita, Kansas

Ways to tune in:

Sioux City area - 90.3, Iowa Great Lakes - 90.7, Everywhere - Siouxland Public Media App

The TRIPLE GOOD Music Show - 10.06.17 (PROMO)

Oct 5, 2017
Bertha Iniguez

This week's artists:

Would You Kindly? pop punk from Sioux City, Iowa.

Angie Hosh post punk/Goth/synth pop from Sioux Falls, South Dakota.

Mike Langley singer songwriter from Sioux City, Iowa.

Moreland and Arbuckle roots/blues/rock from Wichita, Kansas

Ways to tune in:

Sioux City area - 90.3, Iowa Great Lakes - 90.7, Everywhere - Siouxland Public Media App

Fridays, at 10 pm.

Cultural Continuum 1-06-17

Jan 6, 2017

  

Cultural Continuum 1-06-17

Jan 6, 2017

  

Motivated by the success of last year's Christmas in the Sioux, Mitch Martin and Travis Barnes set out this year to make a follow-up album of holiday music performed by local musicians. The result of their efforts is Christmas in the Sioux Too. Like the first album, this collection of songs evokes the feeling of spending Christmas in our little corner of the world. Heath Davis's rockabilly take on "Run Run Rudolph" opens the album. It's a hard driving little number that doesn't take itself seriously.