#PunkRockFarmerFriday, featuring new music from Tony Holiday, the virtual Talia Keys, Salt Lake Valley COVID-19 Mutual Aid Group, Aldine's #UrbanFarmReport with Irish horticulturist Peter Donegan, Downtown SLC Winter Farmers Market and ways to support urban farmers
From the RadioACTive Archives, Aldine jams with Tony Holiday. Originally broadcast March 17, 2017. Later in the show, a fresh interview with Holiday, who has relocated to Memphis. He talks about the impact of Coronavirus on his touring schedule, but how the Memphis music community is taking care of each other. Then you’ll get to hear his new single, It’s Gonna Take Some Time.
State Epidemiologist Dr. Angela Dunn with the Utah Department of Health, which earlier today updated Utah’s case count to 112 (102 residents and 10 visitors). Dunn said that’s up 34 cases from yesterday and is the largest jump in case count so far. She said 2,147 Utahns have been tested to date, with more than 600 just yesterday. Click here for the latest COVID-19 info.
How YOU doin’? RadioACTive shared voicemail messages from listeners Kristen, Dave and Risshan. Share your story with us!
A grassroots group has formed the Salt Lake Valley COVID-19 Mutual Aid Group. RadioACTive spoke with Shandra Benito, just one of the organizers “working to provide assistance [to those] severely impacted by the virus by facilitating transport and provision of basic needs like groceries, prescriptions, and medical supplies.”
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Salt Lake City musician Talia Keys is still playing, just not on stage given the global pandemic going on. RadioACTive spoke with her about virtual music lessons, house concerts and the new Venmo life of working musicians.
Alison Einerson gave an update on the Downtown SLC Farmers Market, which is on hiatus for the foreseeable future. Not only was it no longer feasible given new restrictions on mass gatherings, but Wednesday’s earthquake caused significant damage to the Rio Grande Depot where the winter market was held. Einerson said that future markets will be considered on a week-to-week basis. In the meantime, she said you can still order direct from growers and vendors:
Local retail outlets that are still open and offering local products:
Aldine’s #UrbanFarmReport, featuring Irish horticulturist Peter Donegan. The duo talked about trees and home brewing, as well as hope and gardening in the time of Coronavirus.
RadioACTive Skyped with Tony Holiday to find out how he and his family are doing in Memphis, where they moved about a year ago. Coronavirus has knocked out a U.S. tour in support of his new album, Soul Service. He sent over a copy of his new single, It’s Gonna Take Some Time, to close the show.
Although we’re practicing social distancing at KRCL, the RadioACTive Team is working remotely to bring you updates on the Coronavirus in Utah, as well as how folks in our communities are reacting. In fact, YOU can help us by sharing your experience and concerns:
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