It was our great privilege to have New-York-based chanteuse Diane Cluck here at KRCC two weeks ago before her performance at Motif. Here, for those of you who may have missed the on-air version or the performance, is a video of her in-studio performance.

 

2 Responses to Diane Cluck at KRCC

  1. Sarah Milteer says:

    Lovely! Thanks for posting this! Wish I had seen her live when she played at Motif.

  2. Yes, thanks much! Sarah, it was a great show, she played “I Am Not Afraid to be Kind,” other new ones, and older songs that are rarely played, like “Wild Deer at Dawn.” Quite an amazing show.

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