Sunday, September 12, 2010

Robert Currie, Chase Boytim talk about art, music and growing Shreveport business on Time for A Better Shreveport on KSCL, 91.3 fm, Monday at 5 pm

Robert Currie, Shreveport
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Little Shanty Folk Art Gallery, founded by Robert and Alaina Currie, is a source for ideas in art marketing with ramifications for all the region's artists, says Robert Currie.

Currie is a guest on a new local issues radio show from KSCL, 91.3 fm, on Mondays, 5 to 5:30 pm: Time for A Better Shreveport. Hosts are Loren Demerath and Robert Trudeau.

Also on the live broadcast is Chase Boytim, of Fatty Arbuckle's Bar in the Red River District. Boytim is presenting a series of concerts under the bridge and has a show with folk-rock singer Citizen Cope on Thurs, Sept 16.

Currie is producing an all-day Gumbo Gala at Little Shanty Folk Art Gallery on Sat, Sept 24.

Listeners may call 734-9101 to ask a question or make a comment. And those at their computers can stream KSCL by visiting KSCL.FM.

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