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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. […]

As the winter started coming to an end, Mt. St. Helens kept growing a bulge on her northwest side steadily, day by day. We watched all of the TV reports, read the newspapers and listened to the radio, waiting for the big day and hoping it wouldn’t be a disaster.  The agency in charge of […]

Saturday Market Spring had sprung in the Pacific Northeast. The beautiful red flowers on the camellias start blooming in February. Being a gardener, I loved the fact that there were flowers most of the year. We had the best yard with two apple trees, a pear tree, two cherry trees, a plum tree and grape […]

Al Kash is one of the Capital Region’s iconic musicians but as you may know, he didn’t get his start here. Today Al was kind enough to take time out of his quarantine to chat with us about his career path and what he’s got cooking on the burners. RRX: So how you been? AK: […]

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 […]

Music essentially started around the campfire. Whether it was to celebrate a full belly, or ward off the dark that could easily bring threats to their lives, our earliest ancestors gathered around a campfire and brought rhythm and melody to productive use. And okay, maybe we just get drunk now and cover bar tunes, but […]

A few years ago, I decided to try to chronicle my hippie past. Of course, that past keeps growing as I age, so now I’m sifting through a lot of decades. Since I started, I’ve shared stories or thoughts randomly. Because I will now be sharing these posts on another blog, I’ve decided to start […]

RRX: We are speaking with former VP of Student Life, and current professor of practice at RPI, Eddie Ade Knowles, and if you went to RPI any time in the last, say, 30 years….. Ade:  42. RRX:  42 years – to some the meaning of like, the universe and everything – also Jackie Robinson’s number. […]

When you hear the phrase “Senior Living,” you may imagine a retirement home for the elderly. To the Albany music scene, however, Senior Living means crushing riffs and waves of distorted guitar. The band released their first EP titled 35mm in August of 2019 featuring three tracks that are available on Spotify and other services. […]

With the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards show fast approaching to TV screens on Sunday, January 26,2020, millions of music followers will be watching the annual show to see if their favorite musician, band, or composer wins their award for best music album, song, composition, or even best new recording artist. This year’s event will take […]


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