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Bunnell Arts by Air - tiny bill cody

Shawn Gottfried

tiny bill cody is the performance alter ego of Tor Lukasik-Foss, a Canadian artist whose creative practice integrates music, performance, storytelling and visual art. He has performed for over two decades in solo shows, fringe musicals, country music reviews, and performance art operas. His original songs begin with voice and a percussive guitar to tell about the human experience as it succumbs to an inevitable procession of minor sins, private ambitions, subtle fears, fragile humiliations, and tiny levities. They graft themselves onto the roots of sturdier rhythms and traditions in order to be more widely understood.

Bunnell Arts By Air Bunnell Street Arts Center
Simon Lopez is a long time listener of KBBI Homer. He values Kachemak Bay’s beauty and its overall health. Simon is community oriented and enjoys being involved in building and maintaining an informed and proactive community.
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    The Bunnell Arts by Air radio series features Alaska and visiting musicians in all genres and is co-produced by Bunnell Street Arts Center and KBBI to support local artists and musicians and celebrate our community. Initial funding came from a Coronavirus Non-Profit Relief grant from the Alaska Community Foundation, and continues with support from the Alaska Community Foundation’s AKCanDo grant and a Quick Response grant from the Homer Foundation. Audience is limited and must be seated at 6:45pm to be ready for radio broadcast promptly at 7pm.
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