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The Robin Gottfried Band at Red Square September 19, 2018   Leave a comment

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I had a great time seeing music a couple of Wednesdays ago at Red Square. It had been a long day and I thought that catching a little music in the evening might be nice. The show was set to go from 7-11, but by the time I got home, settled and out the door, it was already late.

I took the lovely walk downtown and wondered if I should have worn a coat. It was right on that fine line. I slid into the Square, got a drink, then went to the alley. Robin Gottfried Band were on stage playing Shaky Ground. They launched into a cool jazzy pop song called Criminal Investigation, then ended set 2. Such timing.

I hung out for a bit then the band returned to the stage. They played as a four piece with a cool bassist and keyboard player. Ian Koeller was on drums and seemed to casually perfectly keep the beat, through he could shift on a dime to a new rhythm and let loose furious bursts of drums when needed. Robin has a nice clear voice and when he gets going, his guitar playing is fantastic. Most of the songs had a jazzy rock feel. They opened set 3 with a song about being Quarantined from hopelessness and helplessness. They jammed out Dixie Chicken, which featured some nice slide work and a rocked out ending. They asked us to imagine the horns and backup singers for a cover of Peg. They played an original song wondering where the heroes were that they knew as kids. They were nice and funky on Stevie’s I Wish then went back to Dan for My Old School. They ended that one with a short killer drum solo from Ian that made the audience gasp.

I think that is when they ended the set. The break was short and they came back for a song about when I first loved you. They sang about how they gotta get your loving off my mind then sang about how they got a new car. Was it a Jaguar or a Porsche or a Benz? No, per the wife, it was a Prius. They sang about laying it on me ’cause I’m a friend for you. They played a Neville Brothers song about people reaping what people sow. They played Clapton’s Change The World. Cinnamon Girl was fun then they played an original about the love I have for you. They rocked out a fun song about how Patty’s in the Caddy and were going to call it a night. A few Australians were hanging out and asked for more. They played another cool song about how I’m your lover, then wrapped it up.

I said a quick goodby and took the chilly walk home. I’m so glad I put the effort in.

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Radio Show 274 Thursday September 20, 2018 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm Thursday September 20. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM. It will go as follows.

Song before – Wiser Time – The Black Crowes

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Let’s begin with an artist who played almost 4 hours last night at Red Square.

1.) Other Side Of The Rain – Robin Gottfried
2.) Waikiki – The Essex Green
3.) Pale Blue Dot – Sputoola
4.) Nature – Madaila

Great song from the people who have put so much fun music into our community in the last few years. Cool new song from Sputoola. It will be interesting to see where they go. Another cool song from Essex. Robin is such a great guitar player, and a pretty decent songwriter. OK, This next band will take over the Stone Church in Brattleboro on Friday and Saturday. Get into a nice relaxed state for this one.

5.) Notebook – The Edd
6.) Complex Vermont – Self Portrait
7.) If I Knew – Binger
8.) By Suicide – David Rosane & The Zookeepers

Another great song from the champion of the local library. If you ever feel that far down, please reach out to your friends. We care about you. Cool song from Binger that features Stephanie Heaghney on vocals. I caught her new band JUPTR this weekend at GPN. I’ll have to track down some of their music soon. Nice portrait of Vermont, both good and bad, from the rappers. Cool song from The Edd. OK, so this next band are legends in town. They have been playing for 16 years and will celebrate their birthday Friday at Light Club Lamp Shop. They have created some of the most gorgeous and powerful music that our state has seen. Let’s honor them in the only reasonably possible way.

9.) Overcoat – SWALE
10.) Armadillo – Swale
11.) Felon – Swale
12.) Soul Piggy Bank – Swale

Such beautiful songs. Maybe I should play some more.

13.) Cancer – Swale
14.) Black Boys On Mopeds – Swale
15.) If You Get Lost – Swale
16.) Waiting For You – Swale

From the initial trio of Amanda Gustafson, Eric Olsen, and Jeremy Frederick to the addition of Tyler Bolles Swale have graced our state with power that flows right into your heart. Mopeds is a cover of the Sinead O’Connor song. If you haven’t seen the amazing video that Eric put together, that highlights the staggering amount of violence against black people, you owe it to yourself to check it out. Is that all of the great songs that they have? I don’t think so.

17.) Waterlanding – Swale
18.) Good Medicine – Swale
19.) All Down Tonight – Swale
20.) The Next Instead – Swale

Such great music. If you don’t think I’m going to play 16 Swale songs to celebrate their sweet 16, you don’t know me very well.

21.) Elevator – Swale
22.) Everyone Likes To – Swale
23.) Popular Crowd – Swale
24.) Drug Laws – Swale

Happy 16th birthday Swale. Here’s to many more! OK, here is the next song on MSP3 Counter Attack.

25.) Geese – ROUGH FRANCIS
26.) Collider – Doom Service
27.) Junior – Clever Girls

Clever played a killer set at GPN. They will be at The Monkey House on Sunday and Nectar’s next Wednesday. Doom will be at Jim’s Basement on Sunday. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

outro

Songs after:
Lucky (live with the story of Rock and Roll) – Fish
Greasy Jungle – The Tragically Hip
Sting Me – The Black Crowes
The Road – Anders Parker
Cathedral – analog missionary
Symphony Of Light – Renaissance
Can We Be Still? – Thanya Iyer
Another Day – Andriana Chobot
Ships – Anais Mitchell
Kick Rocks – And The Kids
Not True – Peg Tassey MUSIC
Vicarious – Alice Austin
Heavy – Clever Girls
Get Me Outta Here – Deep Purple

Radio Show 271 Thursday August 23, 2018 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm US Eastern time Thursday August 23. You can stream it from the website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Song before: Lawyers, Guns, And Money – Warren Zevon

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Let’s begin with an artist who has been around for a while and put out a recent album that kind of blew me away.

1.) Magic In This Mystery – Robin Gottfried Band
2.) America Dreams – Jason Baker
3.) The Darkness – Ben Slotnick – Mandolinist
4.) 100 Honey Bees – Abby Sherman

Cool song by Abby. Ben turned me on to her music so I wanted to play their music back to back. Cool song by Jason. Magic makes my heart sing. Speaking of making my heart sing. Let’s head over to Robot Dog Studio for an interview and live performance from Hana Zara.

5.) Love
6.) Pancakes
7.) Little Fires
8.) The Cats

Thanks so much for being so amazing Hana. Thanks Ryan Cohen for hosting and doing the sound, and Phoebe Zorn & Chrusty Barnacles for filming the video for Love that is on YouTube. So, last week I was chatting with Binger about how their new ep is about how, with the help of technology, humans are slowly turning into robots. Let’s explore that idea for a while.

9.) Memory.exe – Binger
10.) Joey Is A Robot – Zeus Springsteen
11.) I Think I’m Turning Into A Robot – Wave of the Future
12.) Android Anxiety – The Tsunamibots

Great song from our robot overlord surf rockers. Cool songs from Wave and Zeus. Is memory an executable file? Thanks for making me think Binger. OK, here is the next song on The Uncanny Doom Service.

13.) Please Explain To Me The Scientific Nature Of The Whammy – Doom Service
14.) There’s A Problem – Mr. Doubtfire
15.) Space Odyssey – Aliendog
16.) Celebration – Humble Hero

I dug a little deeper into Hero’s album and liked what I found. Cool rocker from Alien. Great rocker from Doubt and that’s the second to last song on the Doom album. OK, this band are playing at the Monopole in Plattsburgh tomorrow.

17.) Right Bright Lord – The Mountain Says No
18.) Flaca Daza – Miku Daza
19.) By Design – The Nancy Druids
20.) St Patrick’s Day – Carraway

Carraway and Nancy will rock The Monkey House on Saturday. Miku will be at The Skinny Pancake Burlington tomorrow. This next band will play a library in Chelsea on Saturday.

21.) WTF (Wend Wrong) – DAVID ROSANE And The Zookeepers
22.) Suspended – J Bengoy
23.) Lovely Day – gneiss
24.) Come Kiss Me – Near North

North will be at Higher Ground on Friday. Gneiss will be at the Jericho Cafe & Tavern on Saturday. J will be at Foam Brewers on Friday. David and the band are in Vermont or Canada or both tonight. So, The Smittens just released a new album called City Rock Dove.

25.) Love Is A Word – The Smittens
26.) Honey Mustard Wings – Chris Shar
27.) Drunken Santa – Electric Halo
28.) Waiting For You – SWALE
29.) Ordinary Day – Milton Busker
30.) Love In The Afternoon – The Thursday Torys

I saw them play a cool version of that last night at Radio Bean
Milton will be at the Champlain Valley Fair tomorrow. Swale will be at Shelburne Farms next Wednesday. Halo are doing an extravaganza at the Monkey tonight. Cool new song from Chris and lovely song from the Smittens. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

outro

Songs After:
Faith Healer – Fish
The Wherewithal – The Tragically Hip
Birds Of Prey – Deep Purple
Panic In Detroit – David Bowie
Politicians In My Eyes – Death World Wide
Fractured Mirror – Ace Frehley
Time For Bedlam – Deep Purple
Black Blade – Blue Oyster Cult
Hand Of Doom – Black Sabbath
Devil Inside Me – Dam Kat
a selection from 2112 – Rush
Cinderella Search – Marillion
Heavy – Clever Girls
regular awesome programming

 

 

 

 

Robin Gottfried Band at On Tap Bar And Grill, and Wren Kitz & Ver Sacrum at Autumn Records February 24, 2018   Leave a comment

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I had a great time seeing music a couple of Saturdays ago. I got out of work and went to visit with mom at the Respite House for a bit. When I left, instead of turning right to go to Winooski I headed left and caught 2A out to Essex.

I found On Tap Bar & Grill, grabbed a beer, and made my way close to the stage. Robin Gottfried Band were rocking nicely. The guitar/singer, bass, drums trio were playing a rocker and Robin let loose a sweet lead break. The next song was a super smooth original called Criminal Investigation. They followed with a cover of Delbert McClinton’s Standing On Shaky Ground and the band just took off. Bass player Thom Carvey had a wicked solo. Ian Koeller made the drums sound simple and easy then threw in a little razzle dazzle that made my jaw drop. Robin’s voice was delightful and his lead playing was ferocious. They played a couple more, including Peg and sounded great. I was on another mission and just wanted to check them out. When my beer was gone I vanished but had caught enough to know that they are a must see band.

 

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I headed back to Winooski and got in and parked next to Autumn Records. I chatted with some cool people, looked through lots of great albums then it was time for the show. Wren Kitz was set up in front of the window and eased us into a hypnotic mood. Flowing electronic sounds coalesced into a song about getting worse then getting better. It flowed back through enchanting sound effects and featured a fractured guitar solo. A song about Mr Heimlich’s breathing floated to the surface then we dove back into the pool of sound. It flowed into a piece about about letting me know when my moment’s passed then brought us back to the world to close the set. He is a truly amazing artist and it’s always a delight to be in his presence.

 

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Wren Kitz pic by Tim Lewis

Ver Sacrum is Matt Hastings solo project. Much like Kitz’s music there is a nice bit of song structure with a depth of sound that is lovely to get lost in. He spoke of being inspired by Beckett on the title song Stirrings Still. Hastings continued playing the EP with the eerie California and spoke about going to out to the desert and hearing the world. He spoke about his love for Arizona and played Basin And Range. He said the drone sound for all the songs was in C and closed the show with a song about being open to whatever, called Broken Cup. His show was enchanting as always.

I hung out for a bit then took the quick drive home. It had been a long few days and getting the chance to revel in such beautiful music meant the world to me.

Thanks Luke Awtry Photography for the Ver Sacrum pics!!

 

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Ver Sacrum pic by Luke Awtry Photography

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Ver Sacrum pic by Luke Awtry Photography

Radio Show 248 Thursday March 8, 2018 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm US Eastern time Thursday March 8. It can be streamed from the website or this link WBKM It will go as follows.

Song before: Kings – The Church Band

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. I’ve been listening to the new Phil Yates album a lot and love it. Let’s start tonight with the last song on the album.

1.) Bite Your Tongue – Phil Yates & The Affiliates
2.) Redemption On Pearl – Milton Busker
3.) Done Waiting – The New Siberians
4.) A Cut In The Night Sky – Matt the Gnat and the Gators

I went out to see the Gators last night at Nectar’s. They played a great version of that song and lots of other dark tunes. Another great song from the Siberians album Black, Blue & White album, which I’m playing all the way through, song after song, week after week. Milton played a great version of Pearl at Light Club Lamp Shop on Monday. Great new song from Phil about patriotism. These next two artists will be at ArtsRiot next Wednesday for a live recording for Big Heavy World.

5.) My Heart – Francesca Blanchard
6.) Forsythia – Cricket Blue
7.) Drink Myself Blind – Phil Yates and the Affiliates
8.) A Bottle Of Whiskey Later – Crazyhearse

Another great song from Phil’s upcoming album Party Music. I just had to play it into the Crazy song. It should be a great show next Wednesday. This next band will be at Radio Bean tomorrow.

9.) Shadow Puppets – The Mountain Carol
10.) The Marble Rye – Sad Turtle
11.) Right Bright Lord – The Mountain Says No
12.) Drug Laws – SWALE

Swale will be at Zenbarn on Friday. No and Turtle will be there on Saturday. This next band will be at the Lamp Shop tomorrow.

13.) Spy-Fi – Barbacoa
14.) The Spy Song – Pinhead
15.) Opium Spy Thriller – Ninja Custodian
16.) Hold Me Tight – The Decentz

I hope you enjoyed the fun theme in the last set. Three of those songs are very old. So is this one.

17.) Spiral – Strung Out
18.) Who’s Fault Was That? – The Snaz
19.) Mountain High – gneiss
20.) Hurricane Jane – Hayley Jane and the Primates

If you ever get to see the Primates play, go! Great songs from gneiss and Snaz. I love that Strung Out song. I’m so I happy I have an album by this next band.

21.) Fantasma – Mal Maïz
22.) She Moves In Passages – Late Night Sneaky Uncle
23.) Magic In This Mystery – Robin Gottfried Band
24.) My Hero, The Enemy – Gregory Douglass

Great songs from Gregory and Robin. I stacked them together because they mix so nicely. Anne-Marie has such a lovely voice and Uncle are a pretty great band. Great song from Maiz. OK, let’s play another classic.

25.) October Days Club – The Cancer Conspiracy
26.) Random Earth – Elephants of Scotland

Great songs from Elephants and Conspiracy. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

outro

Songs after:

Poet’s Moon – Fish
I Write A Poem – Dam Kat
Another Midnight – The Tragically Hip
Sparks – The Color Exchange
Satellite – Guster
Fractured Mirror – Ace Frehley
Stonehenge – Spinal Tap
Smalls Change – Derek Smalls
Five Years – David Bowie
The Last Ziggy Stardust Show – Ouzkxqlzn
Ashes To Ashes – Ouzkxqlzn
Rock And Roll Suicide – David Bowie
I Lost My Marbles – Joshua Glass Music
regular programming

 

Radio Show 246 Thursday February 22, 2018 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm US Eastern Time Thursday February 22. It can be streamed from the website or our Facebook page here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Song before Shine – Stoneman Douglas Drama Club

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. Please join me on a ride through some deep cuts from Burlington’s past to music that was released this week. Let’s start a decade ago with an amazing song.

1.) Bad Oasis – farm
2.) Cancer – SWALE
3.) On Backstreets – Eastern Mountain Time
4.) Small Town Movie – The Cush

Movie is one of those songs that everyone always loves when they play live. Cool new song from Eastern who are at Zenbarn tonight. Cancer is from Swale’s first EP Verdigris. I want to send that out to everyone who is dealing with cancer, whether it’s you, your family or a loved one. Keep up the fight and make sure you have lots of friends to help. I love that Farm song. OK, here is the next song on Black, Blue & White.

5.) Bird On The Sea – The New Siberians
6.) Judgment Day – David Rosane & The Zookeepers
7.) Honest Will – The Parts
8.) Cemetery Walks – Ryan Ober and The Romans

Great new song from his Caveman Blues album. It was great to chat with Ryan last Monday at the Maryse Smith show. Cool new song from Danny LeFrancois and the band. I’ve played Judgment before but this is the brand new final mix from the upcoming Book Of Zoo album. Such a fantastic song from the Siberians. So, I made it out to the three Monday residency shows that Maryse has done at Light Club Lamp Shop this month. There is another opportunity next Monday. She’s played a lot of cool songs but maybe not this one.

9.) Glory Bound – Maryse Smith
10.) Luminous – Michael Chorney and Hollar General
11.) Kids – Wren Kitz
12.) Magic In This Mystery – Robin Gottfried Band

I love thinking about the magic and mystery in and around life. Robin and the band are playing Saturday at On Tap Bar and Grill. Wren will be at Autumn Records on Saturday. I chose Kids to honor all of the kids standing up to their schools and governments and TV personalities to try and stop the gun violence. Have it kids!! Michael joined Maryse last Monday and it was so wonderful to hear their guitars weave together, while Francesca Blanchard weaved her voice with Maryse’s. Next week should be pretty magical too. This next band are playing tonight at Red Square.

13.) Three Feels Right – gneiss
14.) Wanderer – Francesca Blanchard
15.) The Mists – Aram Bedrosian
16.) Crimescene – Dino Bravo VT

That’s a cool newer song from Dino that was recorded at our Robot Dog Studio session last year. Great work as always from Aram. Francesca is playing Sunday at Higher Ground. Great song from Gneiss from a Robot Dog session last year too. This next singer moved away but comes back now and then.

17.) My Hero, The Enemy – Gregory Douglass
18.) Your Downtown Aperture – Video Pigeon
19.) Bob Marley And The Hartford Whalers – The Zambonis
20.) Green Apple Girl – Cranial Perch

Perch played lovely chaotic music in the ’90’s. Zambonis played songs about hockey in the ’90’s. Pigeon had that super cool kind of mysterious sound in the ’90s’. I love the power of Hero. Here’s another band from the ’90’s.

21.) Despite The Rain – Starlight Conspiracy
22.) Tastes Like Nothing – Zola Turn
23.) Golgi Apparatus – The Pants
24.) High Water Mark – Belizbeha

Belizbeha played acid jazz in the ’90’s. That’s a cover of a Pants song. That’s the Pants covering Phish. Zola always rocked. Great song from Starlight. Let’s play another song about the power of water.

25.)The Sea Is powerful – Wide Wail
26.) Daydreaming – Thanya Iyer
27.) Ships – Anais Mitchell

Such a powerful song from Anais. Thanya are from Montreal but stopped by the Lamp Shop on Tuesday and played a great show. Wail were so great in the ’90’s. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week, shall we?

outro

Songs after:
Where In The World->13th Star – Fish
When The Weight Comes Down – The Tragically Hip
It Don’t Get Old – Derek Smalls
Planet Caravan – Black Sabbath
Astronomer’s Call->And Dream Of Sheep – Kate Bush
Turn Of the Century – Yes
Smalls Change – Derek Smalls
Dance On A Volcano->Los Endos – Genesis
Echoes On – Cones
Like A Hurricane – Roxy Music
Change We Must – Jon Anderson
The Awful Ache – The Church Band
Man On the Side – Joshua Glass Music
regular programming.

 

Radio Show 239 Thursday January 4, 2018 9-11pm Eastern US Time on WBKM.ORG   Leave a comment

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Tonight’s local music radio show on WBKM.ORG will run from 9-11pm US Eastern Time Thursday January 4th. It can be streamed from our website or here: WBKM It will go as follows.

Song before: A Dark Light – Aram Bedrosian

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From our small city to the great big world, these are the Sounds Of Burlington. It’s winter time and the cold and snow are here. We just cruised past New Year’s Day and are diving into 2018. Let’s fill it with art and compassion and music. Let’s begin with an artist who just released a new song for the new year.

1.) Maria – Francesca Blanchard
2.) Mama – Ivamae
3.) Stormy Day – Robin Gottfried
4.) Cascade – Andriana Chobot

Andriana played a lovely show last Friday at Radio Bean and closed with that one. Robin Gottfried played a recent Thursday and I missed it but hopefully they will be back for a show I can attend soon. Ivamae played after Andriana last Friday. It was a great night. Great new song from Francesca. OK, here is the next song on Black, Blue, and White.

5.) Lead Me To Your Love – The New Siberians
6.) Raise Your Head – Gang of Thieves
7.) Happy New Year – Ninja Custodian
8.) Safe To Say – SWALE

I spent New Year’s Eve at the Flynn Center for the Performing Arts and Swale put on a wonderful show. Thieves closed the night by rocking hard. Great songs from Ninja and the Siberians. So, last night was a new episode of The X-Files and this song has been running though my head all week.

9.) The Invixibles – Black Rabbit
10.) You Will Fall – Kelly Ravin
11.) Boys Club – Peg Tassey MUSIC
12.) Dragged Around The Universe – Queen Tangerine

QT were Alice and Julia Austin‘s band after Zola Turn. They worked with Jeff Moxley who is now working with Peg to produce the upcoming album from Miriam Bernardo. I wanted to play the Peg song to remind us all that abuse of and predatory behavior are not just issues that effect large companies but also exist in our community. The local punk community is currently struggling to figure out the best way to deal with this and it’s great that they are trying. You want to encourage people who behave badly to improve but at what point will someone not change and you just have to cut ties. It’s a challenge that will hopefully create new spaces of acceptance and power for women. OK, great songs from Kelly and Rabbit. I saw Rabbit last Saturday with this next band.

13.) The Art Of Vandalay – Sad Turtle
14.) Better Half – Abbie Morin
15.) The Meanest Thing I’ll Ever Write – Milton Busker
16.) Pauses – Lowell Thompson and Crown Pilot

That’s Lowell with Bill Mullins, Kirk Flanagan, and Steve Hadeka and it’s such a cool song. Great song from Milton. He played a great version of it last week at Light Club Lamp Shop with his band The Grim Work. Great song from Abbie who is now in the band Hammydown. Turtle are so cool. OK, I’ve been watching X-Files and just got the new Twin Peaks so let’s play this song.

17.) Doppelganger – Lendway
18.) Judgment Day – David Rosane & The Zookeepers
19.) Fool That I Am – Eastern Mountain Time
20.) Think I’ll Stay – Great Western

Western used to play rocking shows around town. Fun song from Eastern. Great new song from David and the band. Cool song form Lendway. This next band are at The Monkey House on Saturday.

21.) Let The Cold In – Mr. Doubtfire
22.) Heavy Winter Heavy Snow – My First Days On Junk
23.) Mush – Phantom Suns
24.) You’re The Target – Casey Merlin Rae

Nice rocker from Casey. Cool song from Ryan Cohen and his band. Great songs from Junk and Doubtfire. This was one of my first favorite prog bands who would come to town now and then.

25.) Hey Ernie – Cold Sweat
26.) Errol McSquisitor – Elephants of Scotland
27.) The Road – Anders Parker
28.) Mr Reed – Seth Yacovone Band

Great rocker from Seth. Anders and Cloud Badge are on the road this weekend. Classics from Elephants and Sweat. Well, I hope you enjoyed checking out the music of our town. Let’s do it again next week shall we?

29.) It’s cold – Black Rabbit
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Songs after
Long cold Day – Fish
Blow At High Dough – The Tragically Hip
Dark Reprise – Arom Bedrosian
Courage And Sorrow – Dam Kat
Mimi On The Beach – Jane Siberry
Hurricane Jane – Haley Jane And The Primates
Block – The Church
Traveler – Lir
Man On The Silver Mountain medley – Rainbow
New Americana – Halsey
I Love The Night – The Contrarian
Summer’s Gone – The Cush
Every Last One Of Us – Swale
Oh You! – You’re You! – Ruckzuck
New York My Lovely – Joshua Glass Music
regular programming