KCUR Arts
1:45 pm
Thu July 14, 2005

Arts Roundup, July 15

Tenderloin is a nice cut of meat, a notoriously decadent section of San Francisco, and one of the best rock and roll bands that ever came out of Kansas City. The band is staging a reunion Saturday night. Also, the R&B musical From My Hometown at the American Heartland Theatre tells the story of three young men who make their way to Harlem to audition at the Apollo Theatre.

Kansas City, Missouri – It?s the arts roundup, the audio guide to the arts. Tenderloin is a nice cut of meat, a notoriously decadent section of San Francisco, and one of the best rock and roll bands that ever came out of Kansas City. With harmonica player and singer Ernie Locke back in town, the band is staging a reunion Saturday night. Also, the R&B musical From My Hometown at the American Heartland Theatre tells the story of three young men who make their way to Harlem to audition at the Apollo Theatre. KCUR?s Laura Spencer and Frank Morris report.

Saturday, July 16th, 8 pm, Davey?s Uptown Ramblers Club

The Rather-Nots

The Litigators

The Architects

Tenderloin

(the reunion show)