Monday is busting out all over on The AIR. This evening, our plucky little internet radio station will intrigue and beguile you with interviews with local artistic heroes David Synn, RJ Haddy and Chase Henderson. We’ll also have Lee Harrah’s musical explanation of how he came to be the person he is. You can listen at The AIR website or on this technologically confounding embedded little radio player…
The excitement begins at 3PM with a brand new episode of Prognosis. Your presenter, Herman Linte, will blow your mind with two hours of complex and phenomenal progressive rock.
The interviewing excitement begins at 7PM with our lineup of great Monday night talk shows. At 7 PM, you can hear That Conversation with Patrick Felton, as Patrick talks to Chase Henderson, the man behind Dr. Sketchy’s Anti-Art School and Gorillafoot Productions.
At 8 PM, it’s a special debut time for the second RFC Interview. This time, Radio Free Charleston‘s Rudy Panucci sits down to talk with David Synn in a career spanning interview. David has just returned to the musical scene after a hiatus during which he sold most of his instruments and began writing poetry. In this one hour special,
David talks about his entire career as a rock and roll keyboardist, beginning with his earliest band, covering his solo work, his time with Godmode Broadway and Stytch N Tyme, his poetry, and his upcoming project Membrane Cell, with Kenneth Booth.
You’ll hear samples of David’s music and poetry as he talks about his collaborations with people like Johnny Compton, Sharon Lyn Stackpole, Lee Harrah, and JC Bravo. The RFC Interview with David Synn will be repeated Tuesday at 11 AM and 7 PM and Thursday at 10 AM, with more replays throughout the following week. (Thanks to Rafeal Barker for the photo of David in his Pope Poet gear)
At 9 PM, The Best of The Real With Mark Wolfe presents Mark’s in-depth interview with RJ Haddy, F/X makeup artist extraordinaire and a multi-time contestant on the SyFy Network’s competition show, Face Off.
At 10 PM, on Harrah’s Hard and Heavy, Lee Harrah presents Part Two of his collections of songs “that made me me.” This week, Lee gets heavy with metal classics from Slayer, Motorhead, and Black Sabbath. As a special treat, at 11 PM The AIR will replay Part One of Lee’s epic soul baring self expose.