River Trade Radio airs every Sunday morning from 9-11am (CST) on KKFI 90.1 FM Kansas City Community Radio. Produced and hosted by Kasey Rausch Music, with co-host Scott Stanton and an occassional Frannie G. STREAM LIVE from anywhere in the world at at www.kkfi.org to hear roots music and Real! Live! Guests!
Folk. Americana. Country. Roots. Blues. Jazz. Soul. And a lil' bluegrass, too.
THIS WEEK Sunday, April 8, 2018 | 9-11AM
It's our annual Band Auction sponsored by Stockyards Brewing Co. We'll be auctioning off two hour sets of live music. Call in during 30 minute live set of the band you wish to bid on (or bid in advance. See below.) Be the highest bidder and you win a two hour set by that band for an event of your choosing (birthday party, graduation party, block party, wedding, etc.) The money supports KKFI 90.1 FM Kansas City Community Radio and you score some sweet music for your event.
9am - @gullywasher ($250 opening bid)
9:30 - Kelly Hunt & Stas' Heaney ($250 opening bid)
10am - Cantaloupe City ($300 opening bid)
10:30am - Super Massive Black Holes ($250 opening bid)
We do accept advance bidding. If you wish to bid on a band but it occurs at a time that you are unable to listen or call, you can make an advance bid. Simply email our Development Director at KKFI (email@example.com) and/or call (888) 931-0901 to let us know your bid. KKFI will start the bidding at that point on the band of your choice
TELEPHONE NUMBER FOR BIDDING (INCLUDING ADVANCE BIDDING)
The number to call to bid during the shows is (888) 931-0901. Bids are taken during the scheduled 30 minutes that each act is showcased on KKFI.
MINIMUM BIDS & MAJOR CREDIT/DEBIT CARDS
Minimum bids may vary depending on the act, but generally the bidding starts at $150 for solo acts and $250 for bands.
All major credit/debit cards — MasterCard, Visa, Discover and American Express — are accepted for payment on a bid.
Created by Kansas City music makers Kasey Rausch and Mikal Shapiro in 2014, River Trade Radio is a live radio program dedicated to the song trade as it connects to Kansas City featuring live touring and local guests in-studio with elements of Americana, Folk, Blues, Bluegrass, Roots, Country, Jazz and more.
We aim to share our love for Kansas City, songwriting, and musical collaboration by creating a fresh dialogue about our local Roots music community - from its connections with touring artists and international influences to its historical and contemporary contributions to the craft of the song.