In this Hear At Home episode, join Afternoon host Andy Chanley in conversation with Yolanda Quartey, otherwise, professionally known as Yola!’
Yola streams live from Concord studios in Nashville. She dives further into more details behind her cover of Elton John’s “Goodbye Yellow Brick Road.” She also tells us about her musical beginnings and how country music became a destination for her. Yola even shares what her first-ever musical instrument was & more.
In this Hear At Home episode, join Midday host Mookie in conversation with Annie Clark, but you know her as St. Vincent!
St. Vincent connects with us from where the magic happens, her studio in Los Angeles! She explains the meaning behind the name of her recently released record, ‘Daddy’s Home.’ She also explains the drive, the story and the goal behind the retro aesthetic, sound and vibe of her new record & more.
Connect further with St. Vincent via the links below.
The Independent 88.5 FM Presents
The United States Premiere of
Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm
DRIVE-IN at The Regency 16 Theaters, Van Nuys
May 13th Doors 6:30pm
Nearly 60 years ago, two brothers converted the outbuildings on their Welsh farm into one of Europe’s best-equipped recording studios, and rock ‘n roll history was made. Rockfield Farm became one of Great Britain’s most famous and organic recording studios, serving as a production house for such music legends as Queen, Oasis, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin’s Robert Plant, Coldplay, The Stone Roses, and David Bowie.
Thanks to our friends at Abramorama & My Valley Pass, The Independent 88.5 FM Presents the United States Premiere of the Rock n’ Roll Film Rockfield: The Studio On The Farm!
This nostalgic Drive-In experience will take place:
Thursday, May 13th, at The Regency 16 Theaters in Van Nuys. Proceeds Benefit The Independent 88.5 FM.
Only One Ticket per car is needed & you can bring up to 5 people (as long as everyone has a seat belt, of course). Attendees shall remain in their vehicles unless getting concessions or using the restroom. Get your Ticket via a One-Time Donation of $65.
Tickets are available now HERE!