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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. […]

Halloween is coming, and a full moon will shine upon the October Issue of Xperience. But you don’t have to wait to read it! Featured are dancer and choreographer Jillian Davis, punk-Russion folk band Caribbean Crisis, writer and comedian Greg Mania, Brule County Bad Boys, and writer and photographer Vincent Zandri. Xperience October Issue – […]

Paul was always one for “bad” jokes and puns, so he started telling at least one joke a week.  It was an immensely popular segment of the show. Most of them were real groaners. After a year of hearing these jokes week after week, folks started getting tired of it and came asking me to do something […]

Well, here it is: the one-and-only, no phony-baloney, sure-fire way to keep you glued to the pixels of your favorite media consumption device – it’s the August 2020 issue of Xperience, Digital Edition. Xperience August 2020 Issue – Digital Edition  

After living in the motel for a few weeks, we finally found a little cabin in Rhododendron, Oregon. It was a tiny unincorporated town on Highway 26 that was located just west of the Mt. Hood recreational area. I was excited to move into our own place. The weekly rental at the motel was expensive, […]

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, […]

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 […]

http://goodtimes.sc/cover-stories/earthquake-walking-tour/ In addition to driving or hitchhiking to San Francisco for music, there was plenty of music right near our home in and around Santa Cruz. The center of activity was the Pacific Avenue pedestrian mall. This was the major hangout spot. There was always music there. There were always buskers (street musicians). I once […]


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