Paul and I were both excited to take our kids across the country again. Justin was now old enough to remember this trip and to be more actively involved in the planning, and Jessie always liked to travel. I was always prepared for a road trip with plenty of things on hand to keep them […]
RRX: So we’ve gotten to know each other from the music scene, you’re a phenomenal drummer but today we’re here to talk about your actual career as a writer and author. VZ: When I got out of writing school, I scored a quarter million-dollar book deal right off the bat! Which is one of the […]
Live music has been difficult to locate this summer. Concert spectators are driving to Rensselaer County to enjoy entertainment at town community centers. Drive-in movie theaters have become the new norm to watch a movie and a show. Musicians and bands live stream their concerts on social media. Private parties are held at musician’s homes. […]
Luke McNamee and friends performing “Pomp and Quarantine” at various locations in Troy.
Somewhere in a castle on a mystical island (or Cohoes, something like that,) there exists a council of the region’s greatest musical talent, and with merriment and ease (and maybe a little of yon potent elixir,) they regale us with tales of rock and roll in the 518 and beyond. Radioradiox is proud to sponsor, […]
Rockin’ on the River is always a great time. Here are a few pictures off the film strip of both Soul Sky and “Kiss the Sky: the RE-Experience.”
Honored friend of the Capital Region live music scene, and member of the Radioradiox family, Amy Modesti, was at the Empire State Plaza yesterday, and we have some lovely pictures to show you. Thanks, Amy!
Today, YouTube is a universe set in an oblong box with a play/pause button. You can listen to long forgotten music, laugh at someone’s wit (or misfortune,) pass the time with a famous stranger, and with millions of DIY videos, earn a Doctorate in the school of Hard Knocks. The Glenn Slingerland Situation, a half-hour, […]