Ron Penny and Engineer Mike hosting our monthly radio program on KOPN. This month they're traveling up the bluffs deep in Southern Boone County to bring you this interview with Paul Weber and the Scrappers.
Paul Weber - Vocals, Guitar, Harp
Dave Dearnley - Telecaster
Justin Hickerson - Drums
Jesse Mudd - Bass
MoRivCC will be recording some very talented women for our final Winter Recording Session in 2018! The Burney Sisters, Jessy Johnson and Jenny Babcock will each be performing 45 minutes of incredible music while we capture the event on high quality video and audio. There is no cover charge, donations are encouraged as MoRivCC is currently fundraising so that we can complete an archiving agreement with the State Historical Society of Missouri. With your help we can preserve talented artists so that future generations will have access to the unique heritage of the Missouri River Region.
Join host Ron Penny and engineer Mike(r) Robertson for an hour of music and an interview with local folk music legend Michael Cochran.
Join MoRivCC at the Mission in Jefferson City. MoRivCC live video Winter Recording Session featuring Michael Cochran with D. Clinton Thompson. Special guest Rose Grotjan will also perform. This is a fundraiser to help MoRivCC complete our archiving agreement with the State Historical Society of Missouri.
Tune in for the second episode of the MoRivCC Radio Show on 89.5 KOPN!
Hosted by gregarious geezer heartthrob Ron Penny
Our annual live music and arts festival fundraiser at Cooper's Landing!
The Missouri River Cultural Conservancy is seeking vendors for our 11th annual EcoArt Festival. Cost is $25 for a 10x10 space. Some spaces with electricity are available on request. Jewelry, arts and crafts, woodworking projects, tie-dyed clothing, soaps, lotions and other items are a perfect fit. Attendance is expected of 200-500 through both days, possibly more. 14 bands featured through the weekend. Camping spots are available. Contact Vanessa at email@example.com if you have any questions.
Sign up for a vendor, artist or non-profit booth using these documents below:
Scheduled for May 4, 2017, at 5:30 PM in Jesse Hall 410, the final session of Kinder Postdoctoral Fellow Billy Coleman’s Playing the Past community seminar features the work of the Missouri River Cultural Conservancy, a non-profit and volunteer driven group dedicated to documenting, recording, archiving, and fostering awareness of the history and culture of the Central Missouri River Region. In this unique presentation, MoRivCC represetnatives will share the group’s most significant audio-visual records of songwriters, composers, and artists from the local area, and discuss how their creations facilitate connections between the past and the present.