Xperience

I’ll keep this short… ish. We just got a big stash of the Xperience – February 2019 issue, the sounds and grooves of RadioRadioX in print. And so we went forth from the studio, were fruitful and played stork for the many great businesses that wanted to offer their patrons some magic with their whisky […]

In honor and celebration of the release of our Xperience monthly publication we are throwing a series shows. We invite you to the RRX studios March -June 2019 with some outstanding talent for Xperience Live. All shows will be the first Thursday of the month 6:00 to 9:00 pm with $5 cover to help compensate […]

(THE LOUD HOURS) a weekly 2 hour Metal  Radio show on www.radioradiox.com  Thursdays 8:00-10:00pm.  We play classic metal, new and old, all genres. We feature a hardcore block, Punk stop!, Hair metal moment and feature at least 2 local (L) bands per hour. In weeks to come with guest hosts and interviews.  Thanks(THE LOUD HOURS) a […]

We’ve all heard music that was so unique, we knew, after the first bar of that first song, that we’d recognize them any time we might hear them in the future. That can be good or bad, of course. But when I first heard the music of Niki Chaos, and her band Bleak Little World, […]

Written by Mike Shudt Party bands, wedding bands, horn bands – call them what you want – the Albany area has always been blessed with a plethora of good ones. These bands can be seen performing across the Capital District at bars and clubs as well as at private events and public festivals. One such […]

Troy New York is known as a blue collar town, whose residents bragging rights stemmed from their pride in Uncle Sam. Families of all nationalities from all over the world settled here hundreds of years ago to start a new life. As they made friends, these special bonds were formed. The extended families grew bigger […]

Driven. That’s Mark Emanatian. He works in Citizen Action and Labor, and he plays in a few bands, among them Soul Sky and The Lawn Sausages. He does a lot, some of which we know, and much of which we’ll likely never know (unless he spills during this interview.) He’s a gracious guy, and did […]

This article was written by Paula Marks. One of the biggest country music fans I had ever met friended me on Facebook soon after I opened the mic for the first time on WGNA seven years ago. Sue Bogucki was the biggest cheerleader for all local country bands and supported new artists coming out of Nashville. She invited me to join […]

Dos Amigos By Mike Shudt Hey music lovers! Welcome to Uncovered – the cool new spot where, every month, we’ll profile a different cover band from the Albany area. First up in the spotlight is Dos Amigos – the littlest big band in the Capital District. What Dos Amigos lacks in number of members they make […]

The modern world, in many ways, is a created thing. Not getting religious or philosophical, just saying that every graphic, every jingle, every eight-thirty a.m. pre-work cranker was created. Yes, yes, your favorite band, but more than that; the world as we know it is propped up by names that appear in the liner notes […]


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