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Jed Luckless is a NYC area musician who performs original music and streams his shows online in the virtual world of Secondlife. Jed will share with us some of his thoughts about music, writing & performing live and in the virtual world. His improvisational style has earned him the nickname Jammin’ Jed and this spontaneity makes every performance a unique experience for the listener.
Want to know how Jed crafts a song? How he covers Grateful Dead and Phish, but makes the music his own? Watch Jed play here - http://youtu.be/ru2vYjYAIHo?t=11m46s Who will you be listening to... ? Find out more here. http://jedluckless.com/
All music used with permission from Jed Luckless and the Jed Luckless Band
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"Back Again" from the All At Once album- Jed Luckless (3:10)
"Still In Luv With U" from the Roll The Tape album - Jed Luckless Band (3:49)
"Luna Overture" from the All At Once album- Jed Luckless (2:52)
"Victim of the Rhythm" from the Roll The Tape album - Jed Luckless Band (7:58)
Listen in to tonights great episode as we will talk NFL football in great detail, we will be joined once again by high school star tackle Brian Plummer, this along with our regular segments and antics will prove to be another great show. Please call in and chat with us 516-387-1502
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Tonight Pop Art PAinter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Indie Singer/Songwriter Alicia Rae to the Show!
Hailing from Washington DC, Alicia Rae quickly found her knack for songwriting the moment she picked up her first guitar. It was only a matter of time until Alicia was quickly recognized for her crisp vocals and catchy, relatable lyrics. The singer/songwriter’s music consists of captivating pop songs with playful melodies and honest lyrics, finding influences from artists like Taylor Swift, Vanessa Carlton and Kina Grannis.
Alicia Rae has played at festivals across the mid-Atlantic region and performed at famed Washington, DC music venues like Jammin’ Java and U Street Music Hall. Alicia has shared the stage with award winning artists such as Mikaela Davis, Lewis Watson, Kawehi and Steve Moakler
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Welcome to the WorkSpace Today podcast series. The International Facility Management Association (IFMA) recently issued its “Distributed Work Revisited” study, which found that unassigned spaces are on the rise in today’s work places.
Today, we are speaking with Jed Link, the Manager of Communications at IFMA, along with Gordon Wright, who is a Senior Vice President and Director of Consulting for HOK. HOK is a global design, architecture, and engineering firm and is a sponsor of this study.
listen in while we talk about this crazy season of football, we may also have a surprise guest call in. Please call 516-387-1502 and talk to us about NFL or any sport. Our usual segments and antics will keep everyone very entertained so be sure to tune into The Passo Garage.
Listen in to tonight's great show, the people have voted and want a drunken Passo and Farmer show. We will be discussing mainly football. We will look at the current situation of the San Fransisco 49ers and evaluate their issues. We are asking for allot of fan participation this week so please call in 516-387-1502. Of course we will have our usual segments and all of our crazy antics.
Northern Shakedown is a concoction of alternative rock and hip-hop brewed from the musical cauldron that is Seattle, WA. Truly a band of brothers, they have become a unifying force among music fans from a diverse set of genres.
The members of Northern Shakedown have been playing together from a very young age. As brothers, Ben (drums) and Tyler (guitar/vocals) started their musical journeys in grade school, playing in school bands, choirs, and at their home church where their father pastored. Jabreel (keys/vocals) and Solomon (bass guitar), also brothers, began attending and playing music at the same church during middle school and the four became close friends.
Over 10 years later, they are as tight as ever and have channeled their passion toward the creation of heartfelt original music featuring a well-rounded display of energetic hip-hop and dance, focused rhythm, and soulful melodies. https://www.facebook.com/NorthernShakedown/timeline
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Isaiah Dominguez: With an iPhone full of audio memos, a new mentality, and a different city of unfamiliar views, Seattle-based singer/songwriter he returns with a batch of his most honest and thoughtful songs to date.
Isaiah has been adamant about representing his hometown of Olympia, no matter where life takes him and his music reflects it. His style, a unique blend of folk and pop/rock, has developed and evolved over the years through various influences. His previous music endeavors reflect this statement; Dominguez fronted the pop/punk band, Take Me Instead, for several years, playing with the likes of The Story So Far, Shoreline Drive, and Dylan Jakobson, before disbanding 2012 and launching into an era of self-discovery. The band’s breakup was bittersweet, Dominguez said. As a solo artist, he is now able to express himself with more freedom.https://www.facebook.com/isaiahjdominguez/timeline
Andrew Landers has spent 2 decades playing his narrative in the unsung Americana Folk genre, a colorful brainy singer songwriter who shares the stage with a myriad of national artists. With 11 records to his name, he is the epitome of what a modern day traveling corduroy storytelling troubadour sounds and feels like.
Ed Rowell (Author & Speaker) "Andrew is not at all that hard to figure out. He's just a neo-hippy poet musing on theology and sociology from a post-modern perspective. He simply finds the sacred in the ordinary, the humor in the serious, and the tranquil in the noise that surrounds us all." http://www.andrewlanders.com
Today we will be jammin' and discussing some more of our soulful female artists. If some of you remember when we originally did the first show of 'Jammin' With Our Soul Sistars' a few months ago, we promised you that we would do a Part 2. Well today is that day. We will be listening to groups and individual artists that we weren't able to include in Part 1. We will be discussing how our music has changed over the years, reminiscing on some of these awesome sounds, and of course talking about these fabulous Sistars' fashion trends. Come join us and listen to some soulful sounds from some amazing Sistars. Call in to join the conversation at 347-857-1166.