June 9, 2015 - 6:00 am
KBCS Concert Club members are automatically entered into a monthly drawing for a hand-picked selection of tickets to some of the best concerts in town.
For the month of June, Concert Club members can win a pair of VIP tickets to the BECU ZooTunes sponsored by Carter Subaru concert series.
June 8, 2015 - 4:52 pm
Join us on Saturday, July 25th at Bellevue Square for 91.3 KBCS Day at the BAM ARTSfair stage. Enjoy a full day of great local music hosted by Sonya Green. 91.3 KBCS Day at BAM ARTSfair is sponsored by Bellevue College. It’s free and all ages. 6p Gabriel Teodros 5p Naomi Wachira 4p Joy Mills
June 29, 2015 - 11:46 am
- Terence Blanchard Breathless (Blue Note)
- The Dustbowl Revival With A Lampshade On (Signature Sounds)
- The Milk Carton Kids Monterey (Anti)
- Allen Stone Radius (Capitol)
- Laura Marling Short Movie (Ribbon)
- The Deslondes The Deslondes (New West)
- Jason Isbell Something More Than Free (Southeastern)
- Eilen Jewell Sundown Over Ghost Town (Signature Sounds)
- Nneka My Fairy Tales (Bushqueen)
- Melody Gardot Currency Of Man (Verve)
June 5, 2015 - 12:28 am
In bull riding, a cowboy is challenged to last 8 seconds on a bucking bull. Professional riders have less than a 50% chance of lasting a full ride. This week, we highlight bull riding through the perspectives of those who live it. Episode 1: Gary Leffew is the 1970 bull riding world champion He’s also
May 30, 2015 - 6:00 am
5 brand new releases we can’t wait to share with you this month:
1. Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell The Traveling Kind (Nonesuch) – Musical kin and friends for over 40 years, it’s not surprising these Americana icons sound so good together. Their 2nd collaboration feels as comfortable as your favorite piece of clothing.
2. Milk Carton Kids Monterey (Anti) – The Grammy-nominated indie folk duo bring their wistful harmonies and flat-picking skills to 11 new songs written on tour. Recorded live in six days, in the empty halls prior to their evening performance, the album captures all the inspiration and emotion of the moment. Often compared to the Everly Brothers or Gillian Welch & David Rawlings, Monterey tells the too-true and often melancholy stories they’ve uncovered on the road. Just the album for easing your time spent on the road too.
3. Hiatus Kaiyote Choose Your Weapon (Flying Buddha/Sony) – The sound of Hiatus Kaiyote is instantly recognizable, largely due to the lissome vocals of Nai Palm. Her enlightened style taps contemporary soul, jazz, and catawampus worldbeats,
May 8, 2015 - 11:00 am
By John Stang Senate Democrats and supporters made a symbolic push Thursday to get a state voting rights act to the Washington Senate floor. The legislation appears doomed for 2015. Technically, though, two similar bills are in play, one sponsored by Sen. Cyrus Habib, D-Kirkland and the other by Rep. Luis Moscoso, D-Mountlake Terrace. The