© 2024 Kansas City Public Radio
NPR in Kansas City
Play Live Radio
Next Up:
0:00 0:00
Available On Air Stations

Spending 'Wednesday' With Kansas City's Noah Spencer

Ways To Subscribe
Medium shot of young man wearing glasses, a long-sleeved tan shirt seated, holding an electric guitar and leaning back against a house.  To the right of him is a door into the house with 12 individual panes of glass.
Rylan James Fisher
Courtesy of Noah Spencer
Kansas City's Noah Spencer is a singer, songwriter and instrumentalist.

The Greeting Committee member previews his debut solo EP due out October 1.

In 2019 Noah Spencer was, as he puts it, "just spending a lot of time in a lot of different worlds." That included attending college, touring with the Greeting Committee and writing some of the songs that would end up on his solo effort "Census."

In conversation with Steve Kraske, Spencer talks about filming thevideo for the single "Wednesday" in Kansas City's Crossroads neighborhood and about how he hooked up with the other members of the Greeting Committee.

Spencer plays many instruments — including keyboard, lead guitar and bass. Drums, however, eluded him — "I could never get four limbs moving at the same time."

Stay Connected
When I host Up To Date each morning at 9, my aim is to engage the community in conversations about the Kansas City area’s challenges, hopes and opportunities. I try to ask the questions that listeners want answered about the day’s most pressing issues and provide a place for residents to engage directly with newsmakers. Reach me at steve@kcur.org or on Twitter @stevekraske.
Chris Young is an Assistant Producer for KCUR’s Up To Date. Contact him at chrisy@kcur.org.
As senior producer of Up To Date, I want our listeners to hear familiar and new voices that shine light on the issues and challenges facing the myriad communities KCUR serves, and to expose our audiences to the wonderful and the creative in the Kansas City area. Just as important to me is an obligation to mentor the next generation of producers to ensure that the important conversations continue. Reach me at alexanderdk@kcur.org.
KCUR serves the Kansas City region with breaking news and award-winning podcasts.
Your donation helps keep nonprofit journalism free and available for everyone.