Good Food & KCRW Music Reveal Details of the Next Episode of Sound Bites
Part Two Features Evan Kleiman and Anne Litt in conversation with Bryant Terry and Don Bryant
Thursday, May 27, at 7:00 PM PDT, via Zoom
This series is generously sponsored by the All-New Toyota Mirai
Santa Monica, CA (May 19, 2021) – KCRW Music and Good Food announce details of Part Two of Sound Bites, the virtual event that pairs luminaries from the fields of music and food.
The second Sound Bites features Good Food’s Evan Kleiman and KCRW Program Director of Music Anne Litt in conversation with the dynamic uncle/nephew duo: award-winning vegan chef, author, and activist Bryant Terry and Grammy-nominated Memphis soul music veteran Don Bryant on Thursday, May 27, at 7:00 PM PDT via Zoom. The event is free with registration.
Both Don and Bryant love good storytelling. In 1974, Don moved from the mic to the pen, hitting the top of the charts with his song, “I Can’t Stand the Rain,” sung by his wife, Ann Peebles. He has now come back to recording music, at the age of 79, earning himself a Grammy© nomination in 2020 for his outstanding blues album You Make Me Feel. Meanwhile, his James Beard Award-Winning nephew, Bryant, who authored the critically-acclaimed cookbooks Afro-Vegan and Vegetable Kingdom, is also the resident Chef at the Museum of the African Diaspora in San Francisco where he creates public programming at the intersection of food, farming, health, activism, art, culture, and the African Diaspora.
Sound Bites is a series of three, free, virtual events about the intertwined worlds of food and music. The series explores important questions with luminaries from these ever-evolving sectors. After a year of missing restaurant culture and live performances, where are we now? What does the future hold for two of our favorite things in life? The first episode in the series featured chef Roy Choi and John Gourley from Portugal. The Man, and can be viewed here.
EDITORS PLEASE NOTE:
KCRW Music and Good Food Present
Hosted by Evan Kleiman and Anne Litt
Special Guests Bryant Terry and Don Bryant
Thursday, May 27, at 7:00 PM PDT via Zoom
FREE with registration, donations optional
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About Good Food
Evan Kleiman is a true culinary multitasker. Chef, author, radio host, restaurateur and sought after speaker, she has been called “the fairy Godmother of the LA food scene” for her central role in bringing a community of food people together through her radio show, Good Food. As host of Good Food on KCRW since 1997, Evan has interviewed more than 6000 guests ranging from celebrated chefs to local farmers, enabling her to explore every aspect of food and how it intersects with human life.
About KCRW Music
KCRW’s hand-picked music programming is thoughtfully curated by actual people, not algorithms. It encourages real music discovery and delivers a truly eclectic listening experience. KCRW Music is helmed by Program Director of Music, industry veteran Anne Litt and a team of influential tastemaker DJs – Aaron Byrd, Anthony Valadez, Chris Douridas, Dan Wilcox, Garth Trinidad, Henry Rollins, Jason Bentley, Jason Kramer, Jeremy Sole, John Moses, José Galván, LeRoy Downs, Novena Carmel, Raul Campos, Scott Dallavo, Tom Schnabel, Travis Holcombe, and Valida. KCRW DJs are given one directive: “play what you love.” KCRW has hosted radio debuts and album celebrations for countless artists. Now household names, KCRW has been influential in helping launch the careers of such luminaries as Adele, Alabama Shakes, Anderson Paak, Angel Olsen, Beck, Billie Eilish, Brett Dennen, Coldplay, Eels, Fiona Apple, Gabriel Garzon Montano, Garbage, Gillian Welch, Janelle Monae, Jenny Lewis, Juana Molina, Kamasi Washington, Mac DeMarco, Natalie Lafourcade, Ray LaMontagne, Sofi Tukker, and Tame Impala, among many others. KCRW Music offers a robust array of music programming and content including nearly 100 hours of on-air music every week and a continuous curated stream of music, Eclectic24. In addition, KCRW is currently producing; a storytelling live session series In Residence that focuses on one artist via different platforms; Throwback Sessions that tap into the station’s vast archive of live performances exclusively available on YouTube; “Today’s Top Tune,” a free daily downloadable song; in-depth music reporting via the Lost Notes podcast; and Private Playlist which highlights local L.A. musicians and the music that’s moving them in the here and now.
KCRW creates and curates a unique mix of content centered around music discovery, NPR news, cultural exploration and informed public affairs. We are driven by the spirit of L.A. and deliver in innovative ways – on the radio, digitally and in person – to diverse, curious communities around the corner and around the world. A community service of Santa Monica College, KCRW can be found on the air in L.A., Santa Barbara, Ventura, Mojave, Palm Springs, San Luis Obispo, and worldwide via the KCRW-developed smart phone app or online at kcrw.com.