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KVC-Arts
Sunday Evenings at 6:00 -- Tuesdays at 2:00pm and 6:30pm

Join host David Fleming for a program dedicated to Arts and Entertainment in our region, as well as the people and places providing it. Interviews with authors, producers, visual artists and musicians, spotlighting a classic album or a brand new release. From musical legends and icons - to players at the local level, from Broadway tours to Community theater, from the Hollywood Bowl to the Redlands Bowl.

Latest Episodes
  • 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.
  • The program begins with David Fleming in conversation with Richie Furay. He was one of the founding members of Buffalo Springfield, Poco and more. We'll hear about his newest solo release, IN THE COUNTRY. Some of the songs are covers of modern country favorites, and some – with major mainstream success.
  • This edition of the program revolves around Celtic Woman, in the region soon – with tickets at kvcrnews.org/events. The program begins with David Fleming in conversation with Chloe Agnew, one of the original members – and still in high school at the time. Later, David speaks with Tara McNeil, announced as a principal member of the band in 2016, playing both fiddle and harp.
  • David Fleming speaks once again with jazz pianist Vijay Iyer. He was JUST in the area – playing music from his most recent disc, UNEASY, among other tunes. And that - is what we get on this edition of KVC-Arts... music from UNEASY, among other tunes. Also - the rest of the trio who helped realize UNEASY.
  • On this edition of KVC-Arts David Fleming speaks with jazz pianist Vijay Iyer. He’s received critical acclaim from past releases – including his most recent – called UNEASY. We’ll hear about several tracks from the disc, and the musicians he’s touring with, and a performance in the region soon. Saturday November 5th at the Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa with 7 and 9 pm performances.
  • David Fleming speaks once again with Al Pitrelli, guitarist, music director and original member of Trans-Siberian Orchestra. We'll hear a bit more about Savatage (the group out of which TSO was born) - specifically, Paul O'Neil, the main storyteller for Savatage AND Trans-Siberian Orchestra. A bit from and about TSO of course, and also touching lightly on some funk/fusion projects Pitrelli was a part of at one point - O'2L and CPR and/or The Randy Coven Band.Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be in the region December 3rd touring The Ghosts of Christmas Eve, and KVCR has tickets at a couple different giving levels during our Fall Membership Campaign. Listen - and give - at kvcrnews.org.
  • David Fleming speaks with Al Pitrelli, Music Director for, and one of the guitarists with, Trans-Siberian Orchestra. We’ll hear about the current tour of The Ghosts of Christmas Eve, as well as touching lightly on a few other albums… including Savatage (thank you Devin Perkins). Trans-Siberian Orchestra will be in the region December 3rd, and KVCRhas tickets at a couple different giving levels as we go into our Fall Membership Campaign. kvcrnews.org/support for more.
  • David Fleming speaks with comedienne Leanne Morgan. We'll hear about her current tour - at Morongo October 29th, and of course how she ended up in comedy (she was selling jewelry and was cracking up her clients to the point of one of them... embarrassing herself).
  • David Fleming speaks with (as pictured) Janelle Guerrero, with Stronger Together Now, and Natalia & Darcie Rickert, from the organization ELATION. We'll hear about a Latina Fest coming soon to downtown Redlands, and also, the organizations making it possible.
  • The Cowsill were the real-life inspiration for The Partridge Family. We heard about their early years a few months ago on KVC-Arts. Now Bob Cowsill and David Fleming speak about some of the recordings after they became adults... and the brand-new album just out.