Live at KRCL

From Josh Ritter and Nathaniel Rateliff to Martin Sexton and Heartless Bastards as well as Utah's own Fictionist, check out who has stopped by the KRCL studios for live performances.

Hot Tuna for Lunch Live at KRCL May 19, 2017

For more than 30 years, KRCL has featured "Hot Tuna for Lunch" on Saturdays during Saturday Sagebrush Serenade. Today, Friday, May 19th, legendary artists Jorma Kaukonen and Jack Casady delivered lunch and sat in for an interview with Eugenie and played Hot Tuna classics How Long Blues, Hesitation Blues and Let Us Get Together. Hear stories about their history with Jefferson Airplane and Grace Slick to their musical mentors and touring with Tedeschi Trucks Band's Wheels of Soul this summer.


VadaWave Live at KRCL May 9, 2017

Salt Lake City-based band VadaWave is the musical project of Megan Joy and Quinn Allman. They released their debut EP Out of Body last December one day before the birth of their son. Now, five months later, VadaWave is back to work and making plans for a full album tour. Hear three acoustic songs from VadaWave as well the inspiration behind their music on this special Local Women Who Rock segment on KRCL.


Joshua James Live at KRCL May 5, 2017

Utah-based singer songwriter Joshua James stopped by KRCL before the release of his latest album, My Spirit Sister. Hear James play a few songs, talk about songwriting and his upcoming tour.


River Whyless Live at KRCL Apr 18, 2017

The American folk/roots/world band River Whyless stopped by KRCL for a live session. Hear the band play "Life Crisis" from their album We All The Light, as well as Creedence Clearwater Revival's "Fortunate Son."