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Herbie Hancock Tribute feat. Dave Watts (The Motet), Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic), Joey Porter (The Motet), Garrett Sayers (The Motet) and Dan Schwindt (Kyle Hollingsworth Band) w/ Special Guests

June 27th, 2016

Herbie Hancock Tribute feat. Dave Watts (The Motet), Dominic Lalli (Big Gigantic), Joey Porter (The Motet), Garrett Sayers (The Motet) and Dan Schwindt (Kyle Hollingsworth Band) w/ Special Guests
Event on 2016-08-03 21:00:00
Founder and drummer of The Motet.

Dave Watts and Friends will consist of:

Dave Watts -Drums
Matt Pitts -Sax
Ryan Jalbert -Guitar
John Grigsby -Bass
Shelton Summons -Keys
Big Gigantic is the Latest project from Dominic Lalli (Motet saxophonist/producer) and drummer Jeremy Salken. The two-man sound-machine of Lalli and Salken showcases an array of gripping composition combining elements of a DJ and a live band setup, mixing thoughtful melodic ideas, with pulsating dance tunes. Big Gigantic flavors the electronic music scene with powerful sax solos and soulful synth lines on top of super hot beats.
Keyboards – The Motet, Juno What?!
Garrett began studying jazz on upright bass and bass
guitar starting at a young age. He gained experience
coming up in the renowned music program of Hall High
School, and the local Hartford, CT jazz scene.
In 1996, Garrett was selected to join the National
Grammy In The Schools Jazz Program, an honor awarded
to only 40 people.

From 1996 – 1999 Garrett attended the New England
Conservatory in Boston where he studied with jazz
greats: Cecil McBee, Bob Moses, and Danilo Perez and
graduated with a Jazz Performance Diploma.
In addition, Garrett was selected for the prestigious
Thelonious Monk School: Jazz at Aspen summer program
in 1997.

Shortly after arriving in Boston Garrett formed the
Miracle Orchestra with fellow music school peers. For
5 years the Miracle Orchestra toured the country
gaining a devoted national fan base, while also
maintaining a solid local following, earning them
accolades such as Boston Magazines Best of Boston
"Best Local Jazz Group". The Miracle Orchestra sold
out numerous shows at their local haunt The House of
Blues in Boston as well as the legendary Wetlands in
New York City. The Miracle Orchestra released two
studio albums: "Coalescence" and "Forks Bends &
Spoons", and a live album: "Live Vol. 1".

Garrett was a founding member of the award-winning
jazz ensemble Dead Cat Bounce led by Matthew Steckler,
who were voted Boston's Best Local Jazz Act at the
2002 Boston Music Awards, and were winner of Boston
Phoenix Best Music Poll 2001 and 2002 also in the
category of Best Local Jazz Act. Garrett performed
with Dead Cat Bounce between 1996 and 2002 and
released two albums with them: "Lucky By Association"
and "Legends of the Nar" (Chonsky).

Between '99 and '01 Garrett performed with Bob Moses'
Mozamba, along with Sam Kininger and Neil Evans
(Soulive) and (DJ) Mr. Rouke. Mozamba performed at
several festivals including an opening set at Phish's
Oswego festival.

In 2002 Garrett joined the Boulder, CO based group The
Motet and toured the country playing over 250 shows
and festivals per year. In 2006 The Motet played in
front of an estimated 10,000 people at Bonnaroo and
shortly there after Bass Player Magazine wrote a
feature profile about Garrett in October, 2006. In
2007 the Motet performed one special gig with
Christian McBride where Garrett and Christian traded
bass lines and solos throughout the night, a career
highlight. Garrett has released two albums with the
Motet: "Music for Life" and "Instrumental Dissent".

In 2006, Garrett had the great honor of subbing for
Kai Eckhardt in his band Garaj Mahal alongside Fareed
Haque, Eric Levy, and Alan Hertz.

After performing several times with keyboard wizard
Kyle Hollingsworth (String Cheese Incident), he asked
Garrett in 2007 to join a new project called Soleside
featuring Speech (Arrested Developement), DJ Logic,
and Chief Excel (Blackalicious).

Since the Fall of 2007 Garrett has been touring the
States, Europe and Japan with Koch recording artist

Garrett has also been featured with: Carl Thomas,
Loulou (Thievery Corporation), Marcus Eaton, Goodbye
Champion, magicgravy, Henry Butler, Russel Batiste
(The Funky Meters), Steve Perkins (Jane's Addiction),
Robert Walter, and Papa Mali.
Dan Schwindt is a freelance guitarist based out of Denver, Colorado. He has been working as a professional performer and educator for the past ten years primarily in Colorado's Front Range. Working mainly as a sideman, Dan has had the opportunity to play in a wide variety of ensembles and genres of music. Some recent highlights have included playing with Karl Denson (Tiny Universe), Melvin Seals (Jerry Garcia Band), Jeff Coffin (Dave Mathews Band), George Porter (The Meters), DJ Logic, Zach Gill (Jack Johnson) Speech (Arrested Development), Eric Marienthal, Karrin Allyson, Peter Eldridge, Eric Krasno (Soulive) and Michael Brecker.

While in Denver, Dan is a regular member of the Kyle Hollingsworth Band (of String Cheese Incident), The Motet, Supercollider, Rekha Ohal trio and the Jonny Mogambo Band. Dan also regularly works with the Denver Center for the Performing Arts (DCPA) as an orchestra-pit musician, where he recently was contracted for Molly Ringwald's "Sweet Charity", Oprah Winfrey's "The Color Purple" and Dolly Parton's "9-5".

Dan grew up in Seattle, Washington, where he learned to hide from the rain, compile an awesome collection of flannel T-shirts, and build igloos in the snow. The son of an opera singer and a research scientist, Dan grew fond of music and creativity at a young age. He was in advanced ceramics in the 8th grade and got an A-.

Dan first started playing guitar at age 12, learning as many Iron Maiden and Black Sabbath tunes as possible. This continued to progress into the early 90s and the heyday of Seattle grunge scene. After transcribing Nirvana's "Nevermind" album in its entirety along with Pearl Jam's "Ten" during freshman year of high school, Dan knew all he ever needed to know about the guitar and retired.

After a lengthy 3-month hiatus Dan's first teacher and musical mentor, David O'Suna, gave him a copy of "Wes Montgomery Plays the Blues" and John Coltrane's "Giant Steps". Dan's life now took a turn for the better as he realized he would be embarking on a life long journey of musical exploration and improvisation.

After graduating from Shorecrest High School in 1995 Dan earned a scholarship to the University of North Texas's College of Music. While in college he was able to study and play with notable musicians such as Fred Hamilton, Dan Hearle, Ed Soph, Mike Stern, Joe Diorio, Ron Eschete, Wayne Krantz, Dave Liebman and many others. At UNT Dan received a world-class education in jazz and classical performance, composition, arranging, and barbecue.

Dan's passion for music has led him to tour all over the country playing primarily with jazz, blues, rock, funk, singer songwriters, and jam bands. His passion for music is equally paired with his enthusiasm for nature and the outdoors, which is why he currently lives at the edge of the Rocky Mountains in Denver, CO.

at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
2637 Welton Street
Denver, United States

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The Denny Berthiaume Trio with Special Guests Anna Estrada & Vicki Burns

April 27th, 2016

The Denny Berthiaume Trio with Special Guests Anna Estrada & Vicki Burns
Event on 2016-06-28 19:15:00
Tuesday Jazz
Bell Stage Main Dining  Room

Special Guest Vocalist  1st Set – 7:15pm – 8:15pm

Anna Estrada
A well known performer in the Bay Area theatre community during the 1990s, in 2002 Anna followed an impulse an began to pursue a lifelong dream to sing.  She hasnít looked back since.
Nominated ìBest Latin Jazz Vocalistî twice by the Latin Jazz Corner, in 2008 for her debut CD, SoÒando Vuelos and then in 2009 for her second CD, Obsession, Anna brings an eclectic mix of Brazilian and Latin rhythms to the repertoire she performs.
Anna has performed at several venues in the Bay Area, including San Franciscoís Cliff House, the Cigar Bar & Grill, Amelie Wine Bar, & Cafe Royale.  She has also participated in Santana Rowís Summer World Music series and the Redwood City Salsa Festival.

Special Guest Vocalist  2nd Set 8:30pm – 9:30pm

Vicki Burns
Vicki Burns is a jazz vocalist equally at home in New York City or San Francisco, consistently delighting audiences on both Coasts. When in California, she sang in the Bay Area extensively at such venues as Enrico's, Pearl's and Anna's Jazz Island. She recorded two critically acclaimed CDs, "Siren Song" which received AirPlay on radio statio
ns around the world and " Live At Anna's Jazz Island", recorded with Blues great Taj Mahal in the audience. Since moving to New York, she has performed at such venues at Birdland, The Iridium, Jazz at Kitano, Zinc Bar and The Metropolitan Room.

Jazz great Max Roach had this to say about her singing after she opened for him at the Bright Moments festival in Massachusetts; "Vicki Burns' singing is a gold mine".  Christian McBride upon hearing her says: "Vicki Burns is wonderful…" And the late Herb Wong, Bay Area jazz critic said upon hearing "Siren Song", "Vicki Burns is irresistible"

Tonight's trio features:
Denny Berthiaume, Chuck Bennett, Bill Belasco
piano, grew up outside Washington D.C. and Chicago.  He is the only non-California native in the group although San Francisco is his home.  He has performed with Bobby McFerrin, Diane Schuur, Joe Williams, Ed Thigpen, Stan Getz, k.d.lang, and Joan Rivers. He recorded 4 albums as co-leader of the successful fusion group Solar Plexus.  He has appeared at jazz festivals in Monterey, the Russian River, San Jose, and San Miguel de Allende, Mexico.  He was professor in literature and music at Foothill College in Los Altos, California (1970-2004) and a published playwright.

Tickets .00 on line or .00 at the door

at Angelica’s Bistro
863 Main Street
Redwood City, United States

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Maggie’s Music Celebration The New 12 Months Featuring Maggie Sansone, Robin Bullock & Special Guests

September 3rd, 2015

Maggie’s Music Celebration For The New 12 Months Featuring Maggie Sansone, Robin Bullock & Special Guests
Event on 2016-01-03 17:00:00
This event is 21 and over
Maggie's Music

Don’t miss the 11th Annual Maggie’s Music New Year Concert! This exciting double billing along with Robin Bullock also contains special guests become announced soon! A favorite annual event at Rams directly Stage, the performers will need you on a thrilling musical journey toward core regarding the Celtic and American music while they weave a magical spell with virtuoso shows sure to delight and amaze!

Maggie Sansone is a WAMMIE champion (Washington region Music Association) and owner of Maggie's Music featured on CBS TV "Sunday Morning ." She actually is heard on Fiona Ritchie's The Thistle & Shamrock ( NPR) whom stated "Maggie's Music is a gathering place of much Celtic-rooted and inspired acoustic music in USA".

at Rams Head on Phase
33 West Street
Annapolis, United States

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THE NEARLY DEADS with Unique Visitors

September 30th, 2014

THE ALMOST DEADS with Unique Guests
Event on 2014-10-15 19:30:00
*Paypal Account NOT Needed to shop for Tickets!* First amount Productions Presents: Wednesday, October 15th: The Nearly Deads — (Over 6 million views) with neighborhood help From: StereoRiots, Nuclear Ice Age, The Collaterals and something More TBA! @ The Tree home Lounge 1006 Florida Ave NE Washington, DC 20002 doorways at 7:00 PM Show at 7:30 PM – Advance – Door Youtube DIY feelings The almost Deads have soared to national and worldwide fame with hit singles "Never Look Back" (over 6 million views) and "Fact & Friction" (over 1 million views)! Don't neglect them once they make a rare remain in the DMV area on October 15th! ********************************************************** Stay informed on our Upcoming Shows: Official site: Facebook: Twitter:

at Tree Home Lounge
1006 Florida Ave NE
Washington, United States

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Ted Clark After Dark with guests John Fox and Gil Kaufman

July 13th, 2014

Ted Clark After Dark with guests John Fox and Gil Kaufman
Event on 2014-10-28 00:00:00

about John Fox (from 3CDC)

John Fox, former president of Lightborne Publishing Inc., accepted a position with 3CDC in March 2012 as its new Vice President of Event Production & Programming. As part of the senior management team, Fox provides overall leadership, direction and focus to the event programming on Fountain Square and Washington Park by developing all aspects of both 3CDC-produced events and third party events, including programming, marketing, event operations, and budgets. Fox also develops, implements and executes a comprehensive fundraising and sponsorship plan to financially support the operations of Fountain Square and Washington Park. 

Fox worked as a writer, editor, and manager for Lightborne Publishing since 1994. In 2011, he established a new business unit within Lightborne to plan and execute public events, many connected to special sections and themes published within CityBeat and A-Line Magazine. He managed the financial, sponsor relations and operational aspects of MidPoint Music Festival resulting in the highest revenue and profit in the festival's 10-year history. 

about Gil Kaufman (from Linkedin!)

at MOTR Pub
1345 Main Street
Cincinnati, United States

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Future – The Honest Tour Special Guests: Rico Love, Que

April 28th, 2014

Future – The Honest Tour Special Guests: Rico Love, Que
Event on 2014-07-03 21:00:00

STG Presents Future at the Neptune in Seattle on Thursday, July 3, 2014.

Honest VIP Package –  (includes ticket) Package includes: • One general admission ticket • VIP early entry into the venue • Digital Pre-Order of Future’s new album Honest • Autographed, silkscreened tour poster (numbered, limited print) • Honest VIP tour laminate • Limited availability

Future VIP Tour Package – (includes ticket) Package includes: • One general admission ticket • VIP early entry into the venue • Autographed CD copy of Future's new album Honest • Specially designed Future vs. 10.Deep limited edition tour shirt (exclusive to VIP packages only) • Collectible, silkscreened tour poster (numbered, limited print) • Honest VIP tour laminate • Limited availability

A1/Freebandz/Epic Records artist Future, in the middle of gearing up for his highly anticipated forthcoming album Honest out April 22nd, a recent performance and interview on “The Wendy Williams Show,” and his high charting radio single “Move That Dope” featuring Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino, has announced his very first headline tour, the Honest Tour, featuring supporting artists Rico Love & Que.

The tour, which kicks off May 23rd in Milwaukee, WI will cover the entire United States and parts of Canada, hitting major markets such as Chicago, New York City, Boston, Miami, Denver, Los Angeles, and San Francisco, concluding on July 12th in Montreal, Canada. Fans should expect a medley of Future’s hits such as “Turn On The Lights,” “Neva End,” “Magic” and more from his lauded debut album Pluto, material from a multitude of mixtapes as well as brand new tracks “Move That Dope,” “Honest,” “Sh!t” and more from his forthcoming album Honest. Tickets for the Honest Tour will be made available to the public on April 4th at

“I’m excited to finally hit the road to share my new album ‘Honest’ with the fans,” says Future. “It’s been a long time coming, but I promise this tour is going to be one you don’t want to miss out on!”

Currently, Future’s lead single “Move That Dope” ft. Pharrell, Pusha T and Casino off of Honest is climbing at radio with key adds in the New York City market and Clear Channel Premium Choice. Just in time for the release of Honest, Future will perform “Move That Dope” with Pusha T on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on Wednesday, April 23rd exclusively on NBC. The track, produced by Mike WiLL Made-It, has garnered over four million views on VEVO for its 80’s inspired music video (Watch Here) and Billboard recently stated, “’Move That Dope’ commands the utmost attention – and a quality subwoofer.” Additionally, the accompanying “Move That Doh” video game, an unprecedented move for a recording artist, has garnered attention from the LA Times to Complex Magazine for its unique, retro feel. Just last week, Future also performed “Move That Dope” on “The Wendy Williams Show” along with a sit down interview where Future discussed his relationship with Ciara, his baby on the way and new album (Watch Here).

Recently, Future revealed the superstar tracklist for Honest featuring music industry heavyweights Drake, Kanye West, Pharrell, Pusha T, Wiz Khalifa, Casino and Young Scooter as well as an appearance from Future’s legendary fellow Dungeon Family member, Andre’ 3000. Honest is jam-packed with Future’s most trusted producers such as Mike WiLL Made-It, 808 Mafia, Metro Boomin’ and more to maintain Future’s authentic and progressive sound.

Pre-order links: Standard album pre-order link: Deluxe album pre-order link:

Future’s sophomore effort Honest, follows his critically acclaimed debut album PLUTO, which landed in the top ten of the U.S. Billboard 200 Chart and was slated in the top album lists of 2012 by the likes of the New York Times, Washington Post, and SPIN. Bursting on to the music scene with his rattling lead single off PLUTO “Tony Montana” in late 2011, Future’s debut album continued to rise throughout 2012 with the second single “Turn On The Lights”, which is RIAA certified Gold. Throughout 2012 and 2013 Future has continued his prominence on the airwaves with appearances on top charting tracks that have made him a mainstay at urban radio. Tracks written by and featuring Future such as the Platinum-selling “Bugatti” with Ace Hood and Rick Ross, “Love Me” with Drake and Lil Wayne, the Certified Gold single “Body Party” with Ciara and “Loveeeeeee Song” with Rihanna off her GRAMMY-Award winning album, Unapologetic have all reached the top ten of the Urban Mainstream charts.

at Neptune Theatre
1303 NE 45th
Seattle, United States

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Mike + Ruthy with special guests Winterpills

August 31st, 2013

Mike + Ruthy with special guests Winterpills
Event on 2013-10-05 19:30:00

Common Ground @ South Church

343 Broadway, Dobbs Ferry NY

presentsMike + Ruthywith special guests Winterpills

“Some of the best songwriting of their generation.” – LA Weekly, on Mike + Ruthy

“I don’t know why Winterpills aren’t one of the most cherished pop bands in the world: Their songs are dazzling, and their albums have a coherence that’s rare.”
– Jonathan Lethem, Rolling Stone

After thousands of concerts across tens-of-thousands of miles, Ruth Ungar & Mike Merenda have emerged as one of acoustic America’s most revered musical duos. As story-tellers, as singers, as poets and as parents (they tour with their two small children), Mike + Ruthy are heralds of an American cultural awakening, one that values honesty and togetherness, one that prefers grit to glitz and one that – in the face of an information super-highway – revels in the old-fashioned telling of a story. Described as “rich, vintage Americana” by Time Out NY, Mike + Ruthy’s 2012 Woody Guthrie collaboration “My New York City” is being hailed as one of the most gorgeous pieces ever to have come out of the archive.

Starting with their self-titled debut in 2005, Winterpills have built a vibrant career with their exquisite chamber-pop songs that The Washington Post called “densely packed but hugely evocative, tiny bombs of feeling and meaning… fiendishly melodic", attracting fans from their native New England to the Netherlands and beyond. They may be one of the most exciting bands to emerge from the vibrant Northampton, Massachusetts music scene in recent years, adding another chapter to the world of ethereal indie-pop. They play haunting, delicate, dynamic, room-hushingly beautiful music with shimmering melodies and aching lyrics. Fronted by singers Philip Price and Flora Reed, they harmonize closely, often and gorgeously.

Tickets: in advance, at the door

at South Presbyterian Church
343 Broadway Dobbs Ferry NY 10522
Dobbs Ferry, United States

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DJ Vadim w/ Akira and Special Guests

December 26th, 2012

DJ Vadim w/ Akira and Special Guests
Event on 2013-02-07 21:00:00

DJ Vadim

Hardest working man in show business? Trooper? Tireless? However you want to put it, be sure of one thing, when DJ Vadim first heard the phrase "Don't sleep" he obviously took it literally. Over the last decade few people can have put so much time and energy into the culture they love. Founder of Jazz Fudge in early 1995, A&R, producer, DJ, promoter, record collector, radio presenter, occasional painter, writer, and in-house producer/dj and cohort of Latin Grammy nominees, Spanish hip hop super group 7 Notas 7 Colorez, Vadim has certainly been keeping himself busy. And that's before we even mention his DJing itself which has seen him perform in virtually every country in Europe(east and west), all over North America, Australia, New Zealand. Japan, Israel, Turkey, South America and South East Asia in just the last year. He has also performed with the likes of DJ Krush, Company Flow, The Roots, Pharcyde, Public Enemy, Beat Junkies, Dilated Peoples, Kraftwerk, Ed Rush, Morcheeba and Paul Weller as well as at events like Glastonbury and the Moscow Street Ball festival (to over 40,000 people!). To describe the man as an internationalist almost seems to sell him short.


Akira is a group created by producers and musicians, Adam Boulesbaa and Adam Clark while they both attended the University of Denver. Akira is a unique blend of hip/hop and drum and bass/dubstep that contains and exemplifies an atmospheric feel. Separately Adam Clark and Adam Boulesbaa have different backgrounds and styles that greatly compliment each other. Adam Boulesbaa is a Hip Hop producer from the Washington DC area who moved out to Colorado last year. Out in DC he has played at a number of shows and beat battles. In addition to this, his music has been featured on notable hip hop sites such as 2dopeboyz and NahRight. Stylistically, a lot of Adam Boulesbaa’s music is reminiscent of 90's golden era hip/hop but it also carries many influences from bands like M83 and ThreeSixMafia. As far as producing goes, Adam has been fortunate enough to work with a number of underground acts including (Talib Kweli, Tayyib Ali, GLC , and Nickelus F). Adam Clark is a drum and bass/dubstep producer out of Minneapolis, Minnesota who migrated to Denver a year ago also, where he met Adam Boulesbaa. His music contains a unique blend of his classical piano background and guitar background. A symphony like atmospheric sound is much of what Adam’s electronic production includes, along with the grit of the mid 2000's dubstep and drum and bass. In Minnesota, Adam Clark has played many acoustic live shows in local venues. Along with playing piano and guitar, he plays a vast amount of other instruments and also sings.

at Cervantes Masterpiece Ballroom
2637 Welton Street
Denver, United States

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Talkdemonic with special guests Extra Classic and Jel

October 1st, 2012

Talkdemonic with special guests Extra Classic and Jel
Event on 2012-11-10 21:00:00


Advance tickets available at: ventListings.action?orgId=25521
or at The Crepe Place

9pm showtime

One night, shortly after Kevin O’Connor moved to Portland, OR in 2002, the now 28-year-old musician was hanging out at a local club when he heard it. A voice uttering a single word: Talkdemonic. It’s a name that O’Connor says fit perfectly with the hip-hop and electronic influenced project he had just started.

Like nothing the Pacific Northwest has seen before, Talkdemonic melds the primal, the classical and the modern to create songs that are as sweeping in scope as they are shattering in intensity. The band calls it folktronic hop and, for the last year, it has helped Talkdemonic create a fanbase in the Pacific Northwest that grows with each performance, the tales of the band’s ability to capture the most human emotions with only drums, viola, a laptop and no vocals attracting curious onlookers that are soon turned into devout fans. Started as a vehicle for the music of Kevin O’Connor soon after the soft-spoken musician moved from the college town of Pullman, Washington to Portland in
2002, Talkdemonic released its first album, mutinysunshine, in the spring of 2004. The album is a wonder of O’Connor’s meticulous mind, featuring a sweeping orchestra of instruments; humming synth lines, plaintive acoustic guitar, dead-steady programmed beats, a mournful concertina and a soaring viola all tethered together by O’Connor’s drumming. But this isn’t drumming that simply settles comfortably in the rock ghetto of the “rhythm
section.” O’Connor uses his kit to both push and pull the songs, creating explosions of emotion and deafening silences with the power to move your ass or move you to tears. Live, Talkdemonic’s music revolved around the mop-topped blonde’s drum kit, his primal beats informed by an obsession with instrumental hip-hop. Then, in the summer of 2004 O’Connor finally convinced Lisa Molinaro, the phantom violist whose instrument played out of O’Connor’s laptop during his live sets, to join him, completing a small band with a huge sound. Talkdemonic’s music was powerful as a solo act, but, as a duo, it turned into something even more: a complicated, multidimensional force churning out hair-raising compositions. O’Connor captured the power and curiosity of his compositions, but it took the addition of Molinaro to bring out the true wonder of the songs, her beautiful viola parts pulling at the listener’s heart while O’Connor worked the head and the feet. As a duo Talkdemonic quickly claimed a big chunk of real estate in the Portland scene, opening shows for Explosions in the Sky, Hood, M83, among others. Soon O’Connor and Molinaro’s shows became sure bets for great Portland music and Talkdemonic was named Willamette Week’s Best New Band of 2005. The award landed the band on the cover of the alternative weekly and in the headlining spot of a showcase that saw a block-long line waiting outside Berbati's Pan in vain to see the band that was simply blowing away a packed crowd inside. Throughout all this Talkdemonic found time to record a highly anticipated sophomore slab called Beat Romantic which will be released by Arena Rock Recording Company in August. They also have planned the first national tour that will see both members filling rooms across the country with their curious and beautiful sound. If you’re lucky, there will be room for you in there too.

Extra Classic:
Extra Classic is Adrianne A Verhoeven, Alex deLanda, Josh Adams, Josh Miller, Aaron Deer, Dustin Kinsey, Jake Blanton and David Wetzel from Lawrence, KS, San Francisco, CA and Los Angeles, CA .

Jel is an American underground hip hop producer and rapper. He is a co-founder of the indie hip hop record label Anticon. He has been a member of Themselves, Subtle, 13 & God and Presage.

at Crepe Place
1134 Soquel Avenue
Santa Cruz, United States

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5 Easy Ways to Get Great Internet Radio Guests – Part 1 – Finding Guests

September 7th, 2012

You’ve got a great radio show, but you want to make it even better. How do you find even more great guests, and how do you contact them when you do?

Finding Tip #1. Google Your Target Subject

You know the types of subjects you and your audience want to hear about. Use Google (or your favorite search engine) to find out what, and more importantly who, is hot in that field.

Finding Tip #2. Search Blogtalk for Target Guests

The great thing about finding guests on Blogtalk is that you can hear what interviewing that person is like. You also know they do Blogtalk interviews, and can usually find a link to their website. This makes contacting them even easier.

Finding Tip #3. Go To Your Local Book Store

Authors are always wanting to share their latest book with a larger audience. Look in your local bookstore for the new books coming out in your subject. You can also go to for great authors. They have a lot of great books (and potential guests) that haven’t gotten into the mainstream bookstores yet. This will make them even more eager to find an audience.

Finding Tip #4. Talk To Other Hosts

Joining a few active groups on social media sites can be a gold mine. Most hosts like to brag (and with good reason) about their best interviews, and most don’t mind sharing their best guests. After all, if you like someone, you want them to do well, and helping them find more exposure is good for everyone. You can even promote your favorite guests and win brownie points from them and the other hosts both!

Finding Tip #5. Survey Your Audience

Put a survey on your website or just ask for emails. Ask your audience who they would like to hear on you show. Since it is all about your audience, why not find out what they want? They may know about people you’ve never heard of, or remind you about someone you’ve always wondered about, too. When you contact the guest, you can honestly say your audience asked for them by name! It’s a great way to get your foot in the door.

Now that you have found your perfect guests, how do you get in touch with them? Read 5 Easy Ways to get Great Internet Radio Guests Part 2- Contacting Guests

Finding Tip Bonus! Go to Web Radio Resource

This is a site specifically designed to connect radio hosts and guests. Put your profile up and guests will contact you. Go through the guest profiles and look for your target subjects. They are organized by the same categories as Blogtalk, so it is easy to find just the right guest.

Tania Baildon is the creator of the PowerTime Action Management System, and co-creator of Web Radio Resource.

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