In my last blog, I talked about the many benefits of creating art. I would be remiss if I didn’t also mention the importance and value that music brings to our lives. I started piano lessons with a local church pianist when I was 8 years old and continued them for a few years until […]
The Glenn Slingerland Situation is a weekly broadcast that brings a fantastic mix of rare music and local film-making in an interpretive experience that we have come to love every weekend. Glenn has graciously given Radioradiox the nod to rebroadcast the telecast, so, without further ado, here’s the Monday rebroadcast of the Glenn Slingerland Situation.
If you know musicians, you might be inclined to think of them as sharks. No, not because of their uncanny ability to smell a good gig in the water from a quarter mile off, but because they have to keep moving. This is probably one of the actual differences between a musician that plays for […]
It’s that time of year again. Time to carve up the corned beef, pour a pint of Guinness and celebrate the greatest Englishman ever to make a career out of his Irish heritage. Much like Patrick Bateman, there is an idea of Shane MacGowan. He’s a hard drinking, drug taking, hell raising Irishman. He’s a […]
‘All we need is love’. The love that was felt all around Revolution Hall Saturday, March 7, was pure, deep, and electrifying. This was all in part to the volunteers, event organizers, concert goers, and the musicians who took part in the “7th Annual Dustin Mele Memorial Concert”. In 2013, Dustin Mele, the son of […]
Of all the unique qualities that make Albany band Lemon of Choice so fresh, none stick out as much as their affinity for Hawiian shirts and their ability to craft extremely catchy tunes. Joseph Taurone and Daniel Carr are the primary force behind Lemon of Choice’s self proclaimed “goof-rock,” and here they speak on their […]
Having taken up the mantel of honoring and presenting his father Frank’s music, Dweezil Zappa has turned a legacy into a quest. This year, he is doing Hot Rats Live and more from 1969, the year he was born. Honest, gracious and more hard working than working than we can imagine, he took time out […]
Keith Streng is the high flying, high energy guitar player for The Fleshtones but he is also a student of Rock-n-Roll. On March 15th, Keith will be stopping by The Hangar on The Hudson with The Split Squad. RadioradioX was lucky enough to catch Keith and ask him a few questions. RRX: You have […]