Surprise guest and scene stealer Jaden Smith (yes – the famous actor/rapper/child of Will & Jada Smith) joined Harry Hudson onstage for the last 2 songs of the night at the Hawthorne Theater in Portland, Oregon. Hawthorne Theater is known as a bit older venue (it doesn’t have the newest/fanciest equipment or have posh décor) […]
Eighteen As I mentioned in the post for the first hour, of this my first show streamcast in the year 2018. I haven’t the slightest idea what I was talking about or what (if anything) held this playlist together. I do notice from my notes that I did start off the second hour with the […]
Consignment So this be the second hour of the episode of Box of Chocolates (Live Sundays 7-9 AM on KPSU.org) that originally went out over the digital air waves. As per usual I am returning to this VERY long running fictitious speech from the novel The Story of B by Daniel Quinn. Consignment Slavery became a huge, […]
CAKE Not to be confused with the band out of Sacramento, California. This episode of Box of Chocolates; originally streamcast on the 23rd of July, 2017. Was all about celebrating musician birthdays that fell within the past week. CAKE And now we return you to the fictitious speech in progress. CAKE Food availability and population […]
Letters Here I also; before getting on with my rambling, add an extra explanology. Last week I had intended to get, at a bare minimum, 3 shows posted. I’m currently not counting these 2 posts that represent the shows of December 3rd, 5; YES FIVE, shows behind. Last week however, I was slapped with the reality of this […]
Friendship This show, originally streamcast on the 12th of November was two separate playlists dedicated to two different friends. I had recently found out they each had happened to be listening to me live, and had been thinking about them that week. I wish I could have played the Dan Band for the Carlos hour […]
It’s time to get going on this week’s Tiger Cub Radio Bub. Defiant Pride, turning the other cheek because eff him that’s why. Moving on, repping your spot, proclaiming the gospel of your inner light or darkness. It’s fun!
Indigie Femme, Santa Fe New Mexico based singer-songwriter duo, joined Learning to Grow with DJ Mkulima (The Farmer) last night for a series of live-recordings and interview. Indigie Femme’s accomplishments are notable for having won both New Mexico and Native American Music Awards (NMMA and NAMMY)! Download or stream the Podcast here at KPSU, Soundcloud, or Mixcloud! The connection […]