Xperience

Well, it is that time again… time to present to you, loyal readers, the fruit of our month’s labors. And so without further hesitation, we give to you the December 2019 Xperience Digital Edition. Simply click the cover. It’s in PDF format, and it’s a little big, because we filled it with love. February 2020 […]

When I first saw St. Baldrick’s, and the people shaving their heads on TV a few years ago, I thought there was some actual Saint Baldrick, and it must’ve been some fraternal thing. After all, I shaved my head with my buddies when one of them was going into the Navy. Of course I’m not […]

A few years ago, I decided to try to chronicle my hippie past. Of course, that past keeps growing as I age, so now I’m sifting through a lot of decades. Since I started, I’ve shared stories or thoughts randomly. Because I will now be sharing these posts on another blog, I’ve decided to start […]

It’s Monday, so of course it’s been a long day. We know what you need, and that’s good tunes and good friends in a relaxed atmosphere… or an intergalactic mothership, you decide… so here’s the latest exciting episode of Monday Night Music Madness, hosted by Johnny Morse, produced by Joel Canonico, and featuring Jason Bittner, […]

A few years ago, I decided to try to chronicle my hippie past.  Of course, that past keeps growing as I age, so now I’m sifting through a lot of decades.  Since I started, I’ve shared stories or thoughts randomly.  Because I will now be sharing these posts here, I think it may be a […]

Somewhere in a castle on a mystical island (or Cohoes, something like that,) there exists a council of the region’s greatest musical talent, and with merriment and ease (and maybe a little of yon potent elixir,) they regale us with tales of rock and roll in the 518 and beyond. Radioradiox is proud to sponsor, […]

Beatin’ The Odds Not Quite ‘Country”, not full ‘rock’-Southern Rock- What is it? Southern rock has one foot in the blues, the other in country music, and it all comes together in a unique style. There’s Wet Willie, The Marshall Tucker Band, Molly Hatchet, and of course, The Allman Brothers Band. Southern rock rocks hard […]

Community, opportunity, and the chance to hear the next big thing before it breaks… open mics are often the first stop for musicians needing a place to get their sea legs. Learning how to feel comfortable with your stage presence and interact with an audience is one reason why open mics are beneficial to musicians […]

Last month, I found out about Hildene on a TV special shown on News10 ABC, “Off the Beaten Path with Cassie Hudson”. In this episode, Hudson took a tour though Hildene, the summer home of Robert Todd Lincoln and wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, ventured outdoors to the family garden, and viewed a special exhibition featuring […]

RRX: We are speaking with former VP of Student Life, and current professor of practice at RPI, Eddie Ade Knowles, and if you went to RPI any time in the last, say, 30 years….. Ade:  42. RRX:  42 years – to some the meaning of like, the universe and everything – also Jackie Robinson’s number. […]

On lonely stretches of road, where the houses are only close enough to let you know you’re in habitable land, he’s been your copilot, the only one you’ve trusted to mess with the music. He screws around with you at the office, when all the ‘kill me now’ memes apply. He’s brought you the greatest […]


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