Thursday’s KPTZ 2.0 Comes Alive flash fundraiser was a huge success and tremendous fun. Offering live performances by many diverse, talented musicians throughout the day, we very nearly met our challenging goal of $10,000. If you would like to help us over the top, please click the Donate Now button above in the header.
THANK YOU for supporting your community radio station.
We would like to profoundly thank the many volunteers who helped out, the many extraordinary musicians who gave their time and talents, and both Doc’s Marina Grill and Gale Investment Management, who provided challenge donations.
Here’s the schedule for the day:
8-10am – Phil Andrus hosts special guests Noah Frisch on didgeridoo, then guitarist Daniel Macke with Trevor Hansen ~ and co-host, Carla Main for the second hour.
10am-noon – Tim Quackenbush’s ride on Discovery Road features guests including Cort Armstrong and Nash Naubert.
12-3pm – Larry Stein hosts Bring-Your-Live-Music with a performance by John Greyhound Maxwell, along with his interview guest Janette Force of the PT Film Festival.
3-5pm – Ray Serebrin mixes KPTZ’s Midlife Crisis Dance Party with Robert Ambrose and the Rhythm Connection ~ playing live will be versatile musician Paul Rogers, followed by beats from Port Townsend Village Drummers ~ to transport us from the pacific northwest to West Africa.
5-7pm – Taylor Clark shares a live 2 hours with his special pal Monica MickHager ~ they have the Shaky Barbers on tap for happy hour, then Matt Sircely and Nicole Scott are in for our dinner serenade.
7pm – Port Townsend’s very own Disco Geezer Pete Lack comes in with Your Good Rockin’ Daddy Ron McElroy to spin some disks and pass the hat.
8-10pm – Kurt Munnich and DJ Fish Stick welcome our event headliner, the grand finale ~ playing live in the studio, the multi-talented un-Unexpected Brass Band (or some configuration thereof).