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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 […]

It’s the dead of winter, and the spark of love. For us, it’s also the second anniversary of Xperience! Come join us with this extra-special February 2021 Issue, and celebrate with us… from home, you know…. maybe we can Zoom and play drinking games. Xperience February 2021 Issue – Digital Edition

When you relocate often, you learn to set roots quickly and those roots are deep. The strongest ones are the ones grown during hard times or just big changes. When I lived in California. I was in my early 20s. I had arrived by hitchhiking across the country, gotten married and had my first child, […]

Article first appeared in Litreator. Hazel Drew’s lifeless body was found floating in Teal’s Pond in Sand Lake, NY on July 11th in 1908. She was young, attractive, and mysteriously dead. Over a century later her murder is still unsolved. All that remains of her is her gravestone at the Brookside Cemetery in Barberville, NY, […]

This month, we sit down to find out more about our Local Ringmaster of the Shitshow, Brian Kane. Proudly born and raised, in Lansingburgh, NY. It seems over the summer, while everyone was lamenting the lack of shows, Brian was popping up more often than new COVID restrictions! RRX: Who inspired you to make music? […]

Howdy, hope 2021 will be better than 2020, but it’s a long way to go to get back to normal. I promise no politics, no this party/that party, no this president/that president, no liberal/conservative. This concentrates on COVID, going forward, it’s up to US to bring back normalcy, for YOU to get off your ass […]

The Ugly Muppets are a Saratoga based trio creating thoughtful and hard-hitting psych/garage-rock. Their recently released album titled Committee of Public Safety is a skillfully crafted blend of old school psych-rock influences and modern indie stylings, and the band is far from finished. In a recent interview, the Muppets (Dan Burt, Josh Clark and Jeremy […]

A girl from the suburbs has a dream, and through the trials and errors of hard-fought experience, she finds her dream and claims it. And lives it. Artistic expression can be beautifully described in the tools of a writer’s trade, but we can never forget that art, all art, is the telling of the artist’s […]


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