Please join hosts Patrick Sprehe and Michelle Bacon along with producer Chris Mowry as they reflect on the year that was 2021. For this retrospective episode, each of them brought one area for improvement in the Kansas City music industry to the forefront as they discussed the need for change and ways to address the issue.
Center Cuts produced 22 episodes in 2021 (the goal is 2 per month on the 2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month) which included Michelle Bacon’s Station To Station. S2S goes behind the stages, venues and studios of Kansas City’s musical landscape as Michelle chats with fellow music professionals about their passions, careers and experiences in an ever-evolving industry. We have included some music from each of her guests:
Khrystal – “Her Eyes”
Julia Haile – “Revolution” from Hi-Lux
Nan Turner – “Truth Teller” from Schwervon!
Heidi Phillips – “I Did” from Frogpond
Addie Sartino – “Ada” from The Greeting Committee
Each of the Center Cut episodes was packed full of conversation and information, and here we have included the segments which focused on the guests’ thoughts about areas of improvement for the Kansas City music industry:
Diana Ennis – Heartland Song Network/90.1 KKFI
Jennifer Roe – Folk Alliance International
Judy Mills – Mills Record Company/Wise Blood Booksellers
Jackie Becker – Eleven Productions/Mammoth Productions
James McGee – Mutual Musicians Foundation/American Jazz Museum
Chris Haghirian – 90.9 The Bridge/Middle Of The Map
Jenna Rae – Lost Cowgirl Records
Eddie Moore – Tribe Studios
Aaron Rhodes – Shuttlecock Music Magazine
Skylar Rochelle – 90.9 The Bridge/Manor Records
Chris Mowry – recordBar/Lemonade Park/Party Invite/Look Who’s Talking Mow
Bill Sundahl – 90.1 KKFI/Crossroads Music Fest
Shaun Crowley – Manor Records
Amber “Flutienastiness” Underwood
Thank you to all of our beautiful guests for sharing your lives, words, and art in 2021!
Each episode will focus on the guest’s life, career in the music industry, great things about the Kansas City music community, and areas of need in the KC music industry with suggested courses of action for improvement.
Hope you can join us!