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Spring is in the air of the newsroom, and as the wind blows our articles two and fro, we’ve bound them together for your digital enjoyment. Interviews with performers Kaitee Page and So Brown, and Metroland founder Peter Iselin. Xperience March 2021 – Digital Edition Xperience March 2021 – Digital Edition

Ahh, March. It is the month for the beginning of spring! Longer days, warmer temperatures, melting snow (we hope) and of course St. Patrick’s Day! This is known to many as the holiday for drinking and celebrating whether we are Irish or not. I’ll throw down the standard disclaimer that says please drink responsibly, do […]

A couple issues back I did a “Hail and Farewell” to WGY’s Chuck Custer, upon retiring after thirty-six-years with the company. Bye Chuck, and hi Doug Goudie, who partners with Kelly Lynch on News Radio 810/103.21 WGY. Doug’s not Chuck, Chuck’s not Doug, Kelly is Kelly. I suggest you give them a try. The partnership […]

RRX: So Brown, as I’ve mentioned I am a huge fan of yours, so I know a bit about you and who you are as an artist but for our audience who may not have heard you yet please tell us about yourself and how you became the musician you are today. I know this […]

We all have different views of ourselves. A.k.as, stage names, nom de plumes and alter egos. I have “4AM Sween,” a writing and designing beast with a four-legged sidekick with the ability to screw up the laptop in a single pounce. Normally, I’m just boring old Liam. But I live for my alter ego, and […]

As I walk the streets of this town I am often taken unaware by a memory associated with a past incarnation a particular block had been. I’ve seen buildings come down and buildings go up in the spaces created like the filling of gaps in an adolescent’s mouth. A few weeks ago, walking past the […]

It’s important to know where you came from to establish where you should be aiming to go. We here at Xperience like to think that we’re charting a new course and doing our own thing. And in large part, we are. But it was not creatio ex nihilo. There were publications and zines before us. […]

General Eclectic played a lot of incredible gigs including clubs, colleges, outdoor venues, private parties, live radio and television. We even played as a duo at a campfire at the Petrified Sea Gardens in Saratoga Springs, New York. We were also scheduled to play at a warehouse in Troy that was located by the river, […]

I was incredibly lucky to have played music in the 1980s and early 90s with a wide variety of fine musicians, so I thought I would write about some of them. During our time with the band, Paul and I worked with four different drummers. Charles Ross, who was going by Chuck then, was the […]

We had done a lot of work over the summer trying to make the trailer livable, but there was still a long way to go when Paul moved out. I was also facing being a single mom of two for the first time. Although, I had done most of the caretaking for our children, I was […]


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