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David Fleming

David Fleming

KVCR Producer

David Fleming is from Murray, Kentucky. Between college, David worked for the Public Affairs Division of the USS Ranger’s radio and television station. He has served with NPR member stations for over 30 years and also works as a visual artist specializing in temporary Sharpie tattoos. Hear David Fleming weekdays on All Things Considered.

  • David Fleming speaks with Charles Kelly - a professor on the campus of San Bernardino Valley College and a musician whose past includes working with say, Stevie Wonder, Joe Sample, The Pointer Sisters, Sister Sledge, the TV show Fame... He was on the program a little over a year ago talking about a single which had JUST come out called "Endangered Species." That single opens the now complete disc, "You're Not Alone." Contemporary jazz with a funk and drive through and through. We'll hear about the disc - and some of the ideas behind it... and we'll hear FROM it here and there.Great music and QUITE a few laughs. And this is only the first of two parts.
  • David Fleming speaks with Cheryl Hodge, a jazz vocalist and pianist whose works float between mainstream, straight ahead jazz, and jazz fusion. Her newest release, out in the Fall of 2022 is called LOVE is, and was at one point under consideration for this year’s Grammy’s. We’ll also hear from Brian Cunningham, engineer – AND providing the guitars on Love Is.www.cherylhodge.com
  • David Fleming speaks with David Arkenstone once again. We heard from Arkenstone in December of 2022 when he was in the region with his Winter's Eve concert. He has under his belt, or is a part of 100 cd’s – let alone his soundtrack work, and his music – especially those under his own name – are designed to take you places – real… or imagined. We'll hear about his music inspired by Middle Earth, as well as his soundtrack work – including for WORLD OF WARCRAFT. We'll also hear of collaborations with author Mercedes Lackey.
  • David Fleming continues his conversation with Amy Robbins, who creates beautiful works out of pieces of wood often discarded or avoided by others. The burl, the base of a tree or bush... Pendants, sculptures and more. See her works on Instagram - @woodnhart.phoebesforest or etsy.com/shop/phoebesforest
  • David Fleming speaks with local artist Amy Robbins, a woodworker who rather RESCUES pieces of wood, and really transforms them into something beautiful. Pendants, sculptures and more, Amy’s on Instagram - @woodnhart.phoebesforest, and you can see AND purchase works at https://www.etsy.com/shop/PhoebesForest.
  • David Fleming presents music for the season… all from folks who’ve been guests on KVC-Arts in the past, and for the most part – who live here in this region, if not IN - The Inland Empire. We'll hear from Benjiphonik, Apryle Dalmacio, Peter Curtis, The Modern Gentlemen, Chris Thayer & the TCB, and Brian Hyland.
  • Think of music designed to take you on a journey. Tones representing places and the feelings associated with them. And these places may be quite real, or something from the imagination or canonical literature. Music with a dramatic rise and fall... and resolution.This is the music of David Arkenstone, and this time of year... That place to which you've been transported... add a chill in the air... a crispness to everything around you - including your own footsteps... this is the music of David Arkenstone's Winter's Eve concert. It hit heavily in Colorado, then Arizona, and now in Southern California for a few stops - Oceanside on Wednesday, Thursday in North Hollywood at El Portal Theatre, and Friday in Santa Barbara.David Arkenstone speaks with David Fleming about the tour and some of the songs specific to it, as well as writing for a time of year, or a place of the imagination.
  • David Fleming speaks once again with jazz singer Jonathan Karrant. We got an introduction to him with his release ON AND ON, and now – a look at his VERY recent holiday cd - Christmas Wish, which begins with one which is more for the Winter, than the actual holiday, and follows through with a wonderful variety of Christmas music, though for the most part, avoiding some of the tunes you here everywhere else, and also sharing with us memories of his childhood Christmas.More at jonathankarrant.com
  • David Fleming speaks with jazz vocalist Jonathan Karrant, focusing mainly on his release, "On and On." The track listing on this disc is QUITE wonderful with a mix of jazz standards - some of which you may only know of as instrumentals. Also some mainstream pop, and just a touch of Sinatra. Now imagine all of these with impeccable arrangements, timing, and delivery with a small-group jazz setting. That's "On and On."More at jonathankarrant.com
  • David Fleming continues his conversation with Richie Furay, founding member of both Buffalo Springfield and Poco. Furay has a new album out - In the Country.