Scott Kirby is a volunteer host at 91.7 FM WXPR. Kirby began the Midwest Music Hour with the goal of highlighting music and the musicians of the region thru airplay and in-studio performance sessions.  Access to the radio station is currently limited due to the Global Pandemic, so Kirby currently is self producing this program as a Livestream production and Editing the audio content for radio broadcast TBD - links to social media below

Program made possible with a grant through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

Program made possible with a grant through the Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation

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Hector Anchondo Live from the Bertsch Barn

Virtual event - view from anywhere

Hector Anchondo based in Omaha,Nebraska is the real deal. Anchondo is the winner of the IBC 2020 Solo/duo category and recipient of the memphis cigar box award. Anchondo has been passionately pursuing his musical aspirations, touring relentlessly and sharing his own blues music with audiences everywhere. He also started a Festival of his own dubbed, "in the market for the blues"- which has grown to include over 40 local, regional and nationally touring artists thoughout 12 downtown venues- I'm beyond thrilled to have the opportunity to present Hector Anchondo-

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Underwriter- monthly opportunity
  • Underwriter- monthly opportunity

Underwriter- monthly opportunity

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Are you a company looking to support the cultivation of regional art & culture? Consider becoming an underwriter of the Midwest Music Hour~ Your investment will help ensure this program can continue to bring artist interviews and performances to our virtual audiences. Sign up today for this monthly commitment - video asset placement during the program, and your logo image on display throughout the program-

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