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Dave Molter PARS469

 Dave Molter joins Bill to chat about his newest release, Mid-Century Man, on episode 469. An accomplished veteran of the Pittsburgh, Midwest and East Coast music scenes since 1965, Dave counts The Beatles as his primary influence. Dave’s bands have released singles on Buddah Records (“I Hear You Knockin’” by BlueByrd, 1970) and Western…

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LIVEBURGHSTUDIO PARS461

Bill chats with Chris Leya of LIVEBURGHSTUDIO LIVEBURGHSTUDIO is a venue, tour house, studio, you name it. This is Episode 461! Liveburghstudio Segment 1 What is LIVEBURGHSTUDIO and how did it come about? How do bands contact you? Is there a backlog to play at the studio? Are there any fees? We had a conversation…

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Project 52

Johnny Walyko and Pete Peters from Project 52 joined Bill on the show for the first time to discuss what Project 52 (songs) is and how Pete hooked up with Johnny. We talked about the complications of recording a song weekly. They talk about the bassist Daniel who they use on the tracks as well….

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The Band Jam

Utah Burgess joins us to discuss 97.7FM WLER The Grass Roots Show‘s 5th annual Band Jam brought to you by Shady Lady Productions. He gives us some insight into the show’s history, as well as, giving us a run down on what to expect when you attend it. There are 20 bands for $20 in…

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Soul Alliance

Jordan and Angus Elder, cousins, from the band Soul Alliance joined Bill on the show for the first time. We talked about the unique way in which we were introduced to each other (they were in a dodgeball tourney). We discussed their new single “Holes” and things like their favorite venues, best supporters, their writing…

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Rock Charities

One thing that I have always admired about our local music scene is the bands’ willingness to give back to the community through benefit concerts. In this episode, I am joined by special co-host A Pro Radio‘s John “The American Hilljack” Lane. John is not only a staunch supporter of the Akron and Western PA…

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