Kenai Cafe: Local musicians take the airwaves

Oct 4, 2017

In KDLL's special membership drive edition of the Kenai Cafe, we feature Kenai Peninsula musicians. Tune in and just try not to tap your feet. Thanks to co-hosts Marion Nelson, Janell Grenier and Peter Ehrhardt.

Music featured in this show:

“Justice in the Midnight Sun, 3 Above, Soldotna

Darren Smith, singer/ guitarist/songwriter; Nuson Smith, drummer; Ryan Gamble, bass/backing vocals

“Walking Each Other Home,” by Bonnie Nichols, Soldotna

“Power of Soul,” by Owen Gaard, Soldotna

“Blue-Eyed Boy,” by Vickie Tinker, Soldotna

“Free Bird,” by Ray Mabrey of The Mabes, Kenai

“Blame It On Me,” by Dave Boyle

“Nothin’ But Love,” by Ray Bacon

Men With No Pride — Ray Bacon, Dave Boyle, Matt Boyle, George Halder, Mike Morgan

“Final Gambit,” Logan Boyle, Kenai

“Shoot Mona Lisa to the Moon,” Matt Boyle, Spirit Daddies

Matt and Logan Boyle, Kurt, Anton and Austin Erikkson, Dave Edwards-Smith and Mike Morgan

“Wrong,” by Conway Seavey, originally from Sterling, currently performing in Anchorage

“Life Time Waiting,” The Ledgers

Garrett Mayer, Jesse Tauriainen, Andy Schaafsma and Jesse Glaves

“Stories (Holding On),” by Kianna Steadman

“This is Leave it to Me,” MKG (Mitura Kircher Green)

Steve Mitura, of Valdez, vocalist; Stephen Jylz Kircher, of Fairbanks, instrumentalist; Bob Green, of Soldotna, instrumentalist and vocalist

“Surely You,” Alias Alaska with Bob Green, of Soldotna (currently in the band Retroaktive)

“Fates of Tomorrow,” by Kent Peterson, of Soldotna, off It’s All In the Past

“Getting’ Older, That’s All,” by the Old Believers, Kenai

Keeley Boyle and Nelson Kempf

“Take Me There,” Kelsey Shields, Soldotna

“Rainbow River,” by Sue Biggs and Jack Will, Soldotna

“Ride Like the Wind,” by Timothy “Whitey” Dyment (1953-2009)

“FBI,” by Dan Pascucci, formerly of Soldotna

“Becida,” 907

907 has included Robb Justice, Brandon Pilatti, Travis Barnes, Casey McKinnon, Scot Q. Merry, Garret James Mayer, Derek Poppin, Dave Tremper