The KRCL Polar Jubilee was the place to be on December 3rd. Celebrating 31 years of great music, KRCL contributors and listeners spent the night bringing in the winter season while raising funds to support KRCL. Proud to be a diverse and progressive radio station, KRCL caters to listeners interested in eclectic, cool music.
During a mini-intermission, the crowd continued to sing, drink and be merry. With a saxophone, guitar, ukulele and several voices, a group sang Christmas songs. As they got louder, more people joined in until they had formed a little circle of carolers.
The next band, Spell Talk, also brought a great sound to the party. As the winners of the 2010 City Weekly Music Awards, they proved to be worthy of their title. Spell Talk’s psychedelic rock was accented by one common physical characteristic all four members shared, a spectacular head of hair. I was lucky enough to snap a photo of guitar player Dylan Roe’s long, lovely brown waves.
By the end of the evening, it was apparent that the KRCL Polar Jubilee was a success. With such a great turnout, music, drinks, and over-all atmosphere, the party demonstrated a level of cool that only KRCL could provide. To learn more about KRCL Radio, and their many awesome programs, visit krcl.org.
By Brianna McGruder