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Billy Cole is a veteran to the music scene even when it’s behind the scenes. Now he has taken his experiences and combined them together for all of us to enjoy. The music shop owner has taken some time out to speak to us about his new release. RRX: Billy Cole, thank you so much […]

RRX: We’re speaking with Steve Marshall, actor, writer, director and comedian.  I know you’ve got a 917 area code. I’m always interested in where you grew up, whether it was your childhood, or your schoolmates, or your first foray out after having graduated high school, what’s the thing that drove you to end up where […]

Rockabilly is fun. Admit it. And imagine a guy in flash, singing about juke joints and dancing with a big, shiny stand-up bass – meet Jaybird Gorleski. Former bass player for Rocky Velvet, the Cobras and Slick Fitty, Jay Bird is a commanding stage presence. We sit down with Jaybird and talked shop and the […]

On Becoming a Hippie #15 – Kansas City Here I Come https://www.earthtrekkers.com/how-to-visit-gateway-arch-national-park-st-louis/ We stayed one night in Yellow Springs, Ohio where Debbie and Steve, our traveling companions, would stay for a visit with their friend. Getting to Kansas City from Ohio should have been pretty easy.  It was only about 9 hours away, though we […]

There is something about the combination of outdoor art and nature that is calming and peaceful to one’s soul. To spend your day walking through high field grass and tiptoeing through the forest to take in the beauty of outdoor art is a beautiful adventure. Art, in times of stress, turmoil, and chaos in a […]

For me, one of the hardest things about making these big moves was leaving behind the people I had come to know and love. I’ve had to say goodbye to many friends over the years, and I think it’s hardened my heart a bit. On the other hand, it’s also enabled me to open up […]

Welcome back, hope you’ve well, hope everyone is safe. As I write this (May 13), New York State is nearing the end of New York State On PAUSE, and the initial steps of attempting to get the state back to normal, or rather the new normal, approaches. Don’t freak, this is not another COVID thing, […]

Al Kash is one of the Capital Region’s iconic musicians but as you may know, he didn’t get his start here. Today Al was kind enough to take time out of his quarantine to chat with us about his career path and what he’s got cooking on the burners. RRX: So how you been? AK: […]

RRX: Within our readership, there’s a real fondness for rock, and most of us are fully aware of the blues roots, figures like Robert Johnson and Howling Wolf being rediscovered and reinterpreted time and again. How is jazz history like this, and how is it different? Where do we see jazz today, outside of its […]

Classical performance is unlike any other. Many of the music we showcase here surfs waves of watts and the angst that scratches at the bonds of polite society, classical is often depicted as the pinnacle of said society. But you need only scratch the veneer of its movements and measures to see that classical composition […]


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