Studio Live

Second Friday of every month, 12-1pm

Hear songs from local musicians as they perform live from the KSMU studios. This hour-long event, held at noon one Friday out of each month, mixes conversation with performance. We'll learn more about these musicians and their love for music, as well as the music itself.

KSMU has also partnered with Barley, Wheat and Rye Social House, for the Studio Live Social Hour, an encore performance of that day's artist at the craft cocktail lounge in southeast Springfield. The performance begins at 5 p.m.

Upcoming Schedule:

June 10: Melinda Mullins

July 8: Sounds Pretty Good Combo

August 12: Vultures of Chaos County 

September 9: Brandon Moore

October 14: Lyal Strickland 

November 11: Rob Hunt

December 9: Juanita Lee & Kenny Key

Jessica Balisle / KSMU

Representatives from Wild Bob's Musical Book Club joined Jessica and Randy for Studio Live. Committee member Jordan Gloyd talked about the club while songwriters Brett Johnston, Murray Hutcherson and Jody Bilyeu performed some of their songs based on selected books. 

Jessica Balisle / KSMU

Randy Buckner was in the studio to share his Merle-Travis style guitar picking with us and even sang a few tunes.

Jessica Balisle / KSMU

Auntie Em and the Tornadoes joined Jessica and Mike in the studio for original modern folk music. Auntie Em, aka Emily Higgins, hosts KSMU's The Mulberry Tree Sunday nights at 10:00pm.

The band includes Bo Brown, George Horne, and Rick Davidson. 

Jessica Balisle / KSMU

The Haus Jazz Band made the noon hour a little bit cooler with some jazz. The band discussed their Wednesday night gigs at the Dugout Bar & Grill that allow jazz students to sit in.

Jessica Balisle / KSMU

The Hurricanes hung out in the studio with Jessica and Randy for a fun show about Springfield's latest supergroup: Barak Hill, Brandon Moore, Mike Henderson, Jody Bilyeu and Dallas Jones. 

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