The Morning Mix

On The Morning Mix -musical guest in studio is Courtney Spalding. Other guests include Brian Kelm, President of the Utah Blues Society talking about the upcoming Utah Blues Festival, to be held at Gallivan Center in downtown Salt Lake City on June 16th, and original Beach Boy, Al Jardine, who is performing "A Postcard from California" at Egyptian Theatre this weekend. Also a full rundown of Weekend Events- on The Morning Mix Friday morning at 9, right after NPR News.

This weeks Morning Mix features musical guest Morgan Snow of Triggers and Slips performing live in the studio throughout the show. A conversation with Raychel Johnson, Marketing Director for the Ogden Music Festival, happening this weekend at Fort Buenaventura in Ogden. And a final interview with Katie Stellpflug, celebrating 7 years in Kamas with ARTique gallery and giftshop, who is hosting a First Friday openhouse tonight. 

The Morning Mix - May 25, 2018

May 25, 2018

Guests on The Morning mix include Brian Richards of Mountain Town Music and Caleb Parry and Jeremy Gross, two actors performing in "The Full Monty", on stage this weekend at Egyptian Theatre. Also, musical guest Lantern By Sea playing live  in the studio.

The Morning Mix - May 18, 2018

May 18, 2018

This morning on The Morning Mix, 17-year old Sammy Brue is the musical guest.  Spencer Byrne from All-Seasons Adventures offers a status update on spring fishing and hiking, and-biking trail openings.  Josh Wartena from Sundance Resort talks about the upcoming summer activities planned. 

On the May 11 Morning Mix, in-studio musical guest is Sarah Anne DeGraw an area-local. Joey Traum will be in from Bonanza Campout Music Festival, happening June 22-24 at River's Edge in Heber. Jason Ostler will run down the Blues, Brews and BBQ, free concert series that Snowbasin holds every Sunday, from June 10 thru September 30. Notable acts include Left Over Salmon, Los Lobos, and Andy Frasco.

On today’s The Morning Mix, local musician Kasey Coyle will be the in-studio musical guest, and comedian Kris Shaw will call in to talk about the stand up comedy shows this weekend at Egyptian Theatre. Plus a full rundown of weekend events.

Morning Mix - April 27, 2018

Apr 27, 2018

Today  on The Morning Mix, local musician Rick Gerber will debut, live in the studio, songs from his newest cd, "Downtown Love Massacre". Scott Iwasaki, from Park Record, will highlight options for parents and their kids this summer from their recently published Park City Parent Guide.  And members of Timpanogas Valley Theatre will be in to promote their production of "Hello, Dolly" on stage this week and next in Heber.  All that and a thorough rundown of Weekend Events.

Morning Mix - April 20, 2018

Apr 20, 2018

On today's show Christie and guest co-host Ryan Walsh  feature the music of Doyle's Hooligans, as well as a conversation with Ken Sanders of Ken Sanders Rare Books about the 50th anniversary of the publication of Edward Abbey's environmental love letter to Utah's Arches National Monument, and highlights of the upcoming Navajo Rug Show at the Natural History Museum of Utah. 

Today, Park City musician Elliott Goldman plays a few tunes; Ellie Gallagher talks about her nightclub performance called PC Girl Cabaret; Chris Mautz gives insight into the upcoming summer concert series at Red Butte Gardens, including how to get tickets, benefits of becoming a Garden Member, and insight into how the venue curates its lineup; and Sully from The Boneyard and Wine Dive invites locals to enjoy free food and prizes at the Customer Appreciation Party on Sunday. 

Today on The Morning Mix,  John and Christie are featuring in-studio musical guests The Will Baxter Band. Plus,  local singer/songwriter Bill McGinnis is in to highlight the Kimball Art Center's first Listening Room event taking place Friday night.  They will have a  full rundown of what's going on in and around town this weekend.

The Morning Mix - March 30, 2018

Mar 30, 2018

John Wells and guest co-host John Burdick welcome Two-time Olympic medalist and local ski champion, Shannon Bahrke who has added children's book author to her impressive resume with the publishing of "Mommy Why Is Your Hair Pink?" And Park City Education Foundation staff member Jen Billow details important registration deadlines for the 9th annual Running With Ed event. 

The Kris Lager Band perform in the studio throughout the hour. Kirsten Fox details her Saturday afternoon Mines and Wines Tours, and JW and Christie run down a full list of events and music happening in and around Park City for the weekend. 

The Morning Mix - March 16, 2018

Mar 16, 2018

Celebrating St. Patricks Day, a stripped-down version of Pennyland joins The Morning Mix as the show's musical guests. Event designer, Joe Urankar paints the visual picture of what he's doing to transform The Yard in to a swanky, artsy, club atmosphere for a very unique happening called Blank Canvas, put on by Park City Summit County Arts Council next Friday. And Jess Miller, Senior Communications Specialist at Park City Mountain, unveils all the events scheduled on the mountain for spring. These include free concerts, contests, giveaways, and of course, pond skimming! 

The Morning Mix - March 9, 2018

Mar 9, 2018

Authentic traveling blues folk singer Tom Bennett performs in studio with fiddle accompanist Rooster. Tony Oros explains his journey from on-air talent and musician to booking agent and promoter in Park City and throughout the Mountain West. Rock & Roll Hall of Famers and surf-rock instrumentalists The Ventures talk about the band's 60-year legacy,  why they're big in Japan, and their shows this weekend at Egyptian Theatre.

The Morning Mix - March 2, 2108

Mar 2, 2018

Today on The Morning Mix, JW and Christie broadcast live from McPolin Elementary.  The First guest is Hannah Rackman, Music teacher and choir director.  The second guest is school Principal Bob Edminson. Then, they visit with Kathy Anderson, Early Childhood Program Specialist at the Park City School District.  Musical guests were student choir members from McPolin Elementary.

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