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We’re opening up, and at Xperience, we’re nothing but eager to pitch in! This June, we’re giving you Sly Fox and the Hustlers, Rich Millz, Kristen Capolino, Fenway Organist Josh Kantor, the Proctor Collaborative’s Jim Murphy, Lily, and last but certainly not least, our Local Music Guide! Xperience June 2021 Issue – Digital Edition

When the idea of being a contributor to this Xperience Blog came up, I had a conversation with myself that went something like “don’t make it weird, don’t make it weird.” And, by weird I mean I have a couple different personas, and they live like Ying and Yang. One persona is a version of […]

Stephen Freidland, aka Brute Force, is, at 80, still a force of nature. Signed to Apple Records by George Harrison, a member of The Tokens, mate on a schooner in the early 60’s, this actor/musician/comedian is on a mission. We sat down, had a chat and it is certainly an adventure. RRX: I’m speaking with […]

A year ago, we had our first “Pandemic Issue,” and we didn’t know what one year from then would look like. But music, art, and culture are surviving, and we are here to tell the tale. Featuring Danny Louis from Gov’t Mule, and historian, archaeologist and author Don Rittner. And many more! Xperience April 2021 […]

After counting the years until I would move out on my own, without the responsibilities of raising a family, I was having another child. Jessie, who had recently decided to abbreviate her name to Jes., was almost fifteen and Justin was eleven. I felt as though I was in the home stretch. Now, I was […]

Spring is in the air of the newsroom, and as the wind blows our articles two and fro, we’ve bound them together for your digital enjoyment. Interviews with performers Kaitee Page and So Brown, and Metroland founder Peter Iselin. Xperience March 2021 – Digital Edition Xperience March 2021 – 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, […]

On September 26, 2020, Lucas Garrett, a local Glens Falls area musician, released his third compilation, Familiar Floors. If you are familiar with Lucas’ style, you will know his eclectic mix of indie, folk, progressive rock. But wait, there’s more! Lucas evens the playing field and has turned up the heat with this project. Where […]

There’s a debate, perhaps only in this writer’s head, about genre. What role do we, as artists, play in the forming of a genre? At what point does an artist pushing the envelope from one genre become a whole new genre? And can I declare a genre for my music, or must it be conferred […]

Earlier this year, we were all thrown into a new routine. Every person was given a new normal whether they liked it or not. The introduction of masks, hand sanitizer, grocery pick-ups and altered school schedules are just to name a few. Then there is a six-foot rule. Social distancing is the term they use. […]


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