Insight: Prop. 39 / Jack Ohman / "Memphis" / Carly DuHain Band / Sound Advice: Classical
We'll take a look at the "single sales factor" and why it matters to companies that do business in California. Tony Award-winning musical plays Sacramento. "Boisterous" local band performs in studio. Kent Teeters with music by Brahms and Brubeck.
Prop. 39 Should multistate businesses be
allowed to choose between two methods to determine their California
taxable income? Businesses operating solely in the state can't and
proponents of Proposition 39 want to change that. Today on Insight,
we'll talk about the "single sales factor" and how it might affect
corporate taxes in the state.
"Memphis" Set amongst the smoky underground
night clubs of the segregated 1950's, the four-time Tony
Award-winning musical "Memphis" takes you along the incredible
journey of a young white DJ who falls in love with a black
singer. We'll speak with the show's lead actor Bryan Fenkart,
who plays Huey Calhoun, and Julie Johnson, who plays his
mother. We'll also hear music from the show, which is running
at the Community Center Theater through November 4.
Carly DuHain Band "Boisterous," "soulful,"
and capable of making you raise your drinking glass, the Carly
DuHain Band is a Sacramento musical staple. We'll talk with the
band about their unique style, and listen to the music that's been
described as "exactly what it should be."
During Classical Sound Advice, Capital Public Radio's classical
morning host Kent Teeters has a new recording of Faure's Requiem,
French works for the piano, plus music by Brahms and Brubeck.
Heard on today's Sound Advice:
GABRIEL FAURE: Requiem, etc.
London Symphony Chamber Ensemble; Tenebrae, conductor Nigel
LSO LIVE Records, SACD #728
STEPHEN HOUGH'S FRENCH ALBUM (Debussy: Clair de lune)
Stephen Hough, piano
Hyperion Records, CD #67890
BRAHMS: Quintets, Opus 34 and Opus 115
Tokyo String Quartet; Jon Nakamatsu, piano; Jon Manasse,
harmonia mundi, SACD #807558
DAVE BRUBECK: BRUBECK & AMERICAN POETS (Four New England
Pieces - Autumn in Our Town)