Saturday, August 15, 2015

Aug. 13, 2015: Fort Vine/Beer Terrain/Hadley Miller/Christa Gniadek/OTB: Ami and Tami

Nyna Nelson and Trevor Tunison of Fort Vine 
New York-based indie rock band Fort Vine joins us to open the show with a stellar acoustic set. They talk about their first Boston show, their A Song A Day In May project where they wrote, recorded, and mastered a new song each day, and their upcoming releases.

Do you like beer? Then sit back, pop open a cold one, and enjoy our interview with author Jon Cook for his new book, "Beer Terrain," a comprehensive look at the craft beer scene in New England.
Far from a simple review of local brews, Jon takes an in-depth look at this growing industry and the farmers and brewers behind it. We hear about his favorite brews and how the "localvore" movement is changing craft beer.

Author Hadley Miller makes her Citywide debut to launch the second hour of the show. She'll be sharing her collection of erotic short fiction; an intense, detailed, and well-written array of tales. We also talk about how this genre has changed with more erotica becoming mainstream.

Bringing the show to a close singer/songwriter Christa Gniadek. Last year she released her stellar album, "Leaving Boston," and we'll be talking about that, her tours, and a whole lot more.

BONUS: Our series of Outside the Box artists continues! Matti Kovler wrote and directed this whimsical take on "Hansel and Gretel," called "Ami and Tami." Future performances are planned, and you can learn all about it!

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