Gentlemen and Scholars band members Jeremiah Galey, Shane Strickland, Patrick Brady and talk about how long they have been together, former band names, being awesome at SnapChat, the new album – Revelry, their upcoming album release show, how they use social media, building their own recording studio, how they write for their albums, their history at Lamasco, how their songs translate from recording to live, describing their music style, how they know when they are done, how they self-critique, developing more of the music while recording, memories from recording this album, documenting everything, chickens and donkeys, creating their own videos, touring, new drummer initiation, and fishbowl shoes.
Paul Mattingly of the River Basin Blues Society discusses the 2nd Annual Burdette Blues Festival Saturday, June 3 at 1 PM ($5) at Burdette Park to benefit the River Basin Blues Society and the Vanderburgh County Special Olympics. We also talk about the local blues scene in Evansville and some of Paul’s favorite local bands.
Singer, songwriter, and brunch aficionado, Kylie Odetta will be performing at Wired Coffee House & Music Venue on May 6th with Lauri & Ellie and Vesper Days. Kylie is from South Carolina and has been writing and performing since she was eight years old. We play some clips of some of her upcoming album “Undertow” (releasing May 19th) and talk to her about life on the road, inspiration for her songs, and what she looks for in a city when touring.