Interviews

Aqueous Axeman Mike Gantzer Respects Garbage Plates…and more

Preceding a sold out two-night run at Flour City Station April 13 and 14, Mike Gantzer from Buffalo band Aqueous took some time to discuss the importance of being silly, what to do when a fan PayPal’s you $1,000 to hangout, garbage plates, and the very personal album they will be releasing this fall.

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Interview: Folkmaster Chaz Hearne (NYS Music Article)

Just last month, after a seven-year run in Chicago, Illinois, indie folkmaster Chaz Hearne returned home to Rochester to continue his music career in his hometown.

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44) Chaz Hearne

In this episode, I have a candid conversation with local folk musician Chaz Hearne. Read More

In Their Own Words: Joey Arcuri of Driftwood (NYS Music Article)

Binghamton NY’s native four-piece Driftwood needs no introduction.

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In Their Own Words: J.P Biondo of Cabinet (NYS Music Article)

On Friday September 29, folk powerhouse Cabinet landed in Ithaca, NY, and played two long sets at The Haunt. Since their birth in 2006, Cabinet has built a committed grassroots following by providing an eclectic roots sound.

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41) Minimalism With Amy Cavalier

In this unique edition, I have a conversation with local community activist, Amy Cavalier. Read More

In Their Own Words: Byron Cage of The Joe Louis Walker Band (NYS Music Article)

On the evening of August 16, 2017, Blues Hall of Famer Joe Louis Walker graced the Photo City Improv stage in Rochester, NY. Joe Louis Walker has been playing the blues since the 1960’s and is still rocking both classic and contemporary styles.

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In Their Own Words: Lumar LeBlanc of The Soul Rebels (NYS Music Article)

Born and raised into the culture of New Orleans, Louisiana, The Soul Rebels have been a brass ensemble since 1991. Fast forward to 2017, the band has toured Africa, China, Japan, Australia, Europe, and beyond.

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39) Lumar Leblanc Of The Soul Rebels

In this episode, I have a candid conversation with founding member/snare drummer Lumar Leblanc of the world famous The Soul Rebels of New Orleans. Read More

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