"What do the Hungarian people want? Let peace, liberty, and harmony prevail!
If you have missed Márta Sebestyén's performance this week in Iowa City, this is your chance to listen to her wonderful voice - when Magyar Mix interviews her in the upcoming broadcast - Sunday at 1 pm Central.
photo by Kriszta Falus
To salute the famous artist Magyar Mix will play a selection from her latest album "I can see the gates to Heaven...".
For more info see Hancher .. and tune in Sunday at 1 pm to 100.1 FM
Listen to a few samples from the brand new album of the Kerekes Band titled "Hats on!" on Magyar Mix, Sunday at 1 pm Central.
You can also hear songs by the Figur Band, Balázs Unger and the Kárpátia ...
The Gazsa Band is on a North American tour.
Sample their music and find out where you can hear them live and how to join their upcoming Hungarian folk dance camp in Michigan - in the Magyar Mix on Sunday at 1 pm.
We have an other great show, impressive line up for you on this coming Sunday afternoon in our regular 1pm slot.
Some of the artists on the show:
István Papp and the Gázsa Band
Kálmán Balogh and the Gypsy Cimbalom Band
Don't miss !
Don't miss the Magyar Mix on Sunday at 1 pm when we will play some great folk dance songs from the tradition, passed down from musician to musician, including but not limited to Gázsa (István Papp) and his band, and we always mix in other styles just to keep things interesting ...
Tune in and enjoy!
The Téka Band is currently on tour in the Midwest and the Magyar Mix crew caught up with them in Bloomington, Indiana where they were giving a concert closely followed by a Hungarian folk "dance-house" streching well into the night (or was it the morning already ??? ) as part of the 28th György Ránki Symposium by the Indiana University on "Folk Music Revival and the Dance-House Movement in Hungary"
Hear about this and more when Magyar Mix interviews the Téka Band on Sunday at 1 pm - as always ...
To learn more about this great band, please visit their website (also in English) by clicking on the picture above.
This Sunday the bulk of the show will feature music from Istvan Pal (Szalonna - means Bacon) and his band bringing you some of the most beautiful folk melodies of the Carpathian Basin.
The members of the band are currently musicians for the dancers of Hungarian State Folk Ensemble - the very same group that visited Iowa just a short year ago ..
We hope you will like them ...and don't forget to tune in on Sunday at 1 pm CST [Rebroadcast Sundays at 3am]
To pre-listen to some of the songs we are going to play, their website is: