Just in case you missed hearing it live, the good folks at KBOO-FM have kindly archived Monday Sampler host Fortunato’s interview with me and my daughter Rebecca from last Monday (the segment with us begins at the 58:00 mark). There was chat about my new book, Everybody Gets it Wrong! : David Chelsea’s 24-Hour Comics Volume 1., as well as strange and exotic A Capella records from my collection, interspersed with charming live performances from the group Boy & Bean. Continue reading KBOO Interview Archived!
I’ll be dropping by Matt Clark’s show The Monday Sampler on KBOO-FM again this Monday, June 17th between 2 and 4pm PDT. I’ll be discussing my new book Everybody Gets It Wrong! And Other Stories: David Chelsea’s 24-Hour Comics #1, published by the fine folks at Dark Horse. and I’ll spin some records from my collection, many on the original vinyl. This time I’ll concentrate on weird and strange acapella recordings from the 1930s up to whenever, including songs by Tete Noires, The Modern Barbershop Quartet, The Songbirds Of The South, and Zap Mama, and as many more as there is time for.
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Portland listeners can tune in on 90.7 FM, and the rest of you can listen online at the KBOO website.
Since we had so much fun last time, I’ll be dropping by Matt Clark’s show The Monday Sampler on KBOO-FM again this Monday, March 21st between 2 and 4pm PDT. I’ll be discussing my comics projects a bit, but mostly I’ll be there to spin some records from my collection, postwar jazz vocal groups of the LP era (roughly 1950-1985) among them such groups as The Metronomes, The Invitations, The Anita Kerr Quartet and Rex Middleton’s Hi-Fi’s, many on the original vinyl. The show will also include a live performance by the band Sexy Water Spiders, and a possible phone appearance by folk legend Michelle Shocked. Continue reading Cartoonists On Radio 7
It’s been quite a while since my last radio appearance, but tomorrow I pay a visit to Matt Clark, who is sitting in for the regular host of the Noontime Jamboree on KBOO-FM at noon. I’ll be dropping by around one PM Portland time to play some of the kind of music I like to listen to while working- mostly 1920s and early 1930s dance bands and singers. Continue reading Cartoonists On Radio 4