Chippewa Falls based blues musician Howard “Guitar” Luedtke visits “Spectrum West.” The show also features interviews with a sculptor from Nelson and two authors, one from Chippewa Falls and the other from Eau Claire.
Ross welcomes Luedtke to talk about how he has been spending the last year at home without being able to perform live. Luedtke will also outline what his band will be up to this spring.
Gary Christopherson is a retired federal government executive who as a sculptor is known as G-Chris. He works from his studio in his hometown of Nelson. Christopherson joins Ross on the show this week to talk about art, society and the world.
Chippewa Valley Museum Curator Diana Peterson joins the show to discuss her work as an independent editor, blogger and author. This week she shares highlights from her series of books about TV, “Classic Television: The Stories Behind Your Favorite Television Show and Stars” which comes in four volumes.
Eau Claire resident and writer Charles Payseur returns to the show to fill Ross in with what he has been up to. Payseur writes, reviews and critiques science fiction and fantasy literature as well as co-sponsors a regional writing group named Spacecats.