Luc chatted with Tommy Roe about his new EP “2020 Vision”, his “Revisted” series (new recordings and takes on his songs), and his songwriting.
Luc chatted with Dave Adler of Steely Dane: The Ultimate Steely Dan Tribute, ahead of their show on Saturday, February 1st at the Jamf Theatre at Pablo Center in Eau Claire. Adler talks about how Steely Dane and their formation, the music of Steely Dan, and what makes that band’s music special.
Dr. Anton Armstrong, Conductor of the St. Olaf Choir from St. Olaf College in Northfield, MN, discusses their 2020 National Winter Tour — including a stop at Pablo Center At The Confluence on Sunday, January 19th — as well as the evolution of the choir, how choral music affects modern society, and much more.
Steven P. Greenberg — the writer and creative force behind “Funkytown” by Lipps Inc. — has a new Christmas version, and he chats about that, protecting the legacy of the song, and what has made it so popular over four decades.
Franke Previte, the write of “(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life” and “Hungry Eyes” and the lead singer of Franke & The Knockouts, has written a Christmas song called “Merry Christmas Everybody” sung by Vivace & Mark Masri. He chats about the origin of the song, why Toys For Tots benefits from sales, and what makes for a timeless Christmas song.
Shaun Johnson of Tonic Sol-fa talks about the group’s upcoming new EP “All For One,” “The Nights Before Christmas Tour” (coming to Pablo Center At The Confluence on December 12th), and much more!
Marlon Hargis – keyboardist in Exile – talks about their new release “The Garage Tapes” and the material included, including how the arrangements changed before final recordings by the band and others (like Alabama), plus the music and writing of the band.
Jason Scheff (longtime bass player and singer in Chicago) talks about playing on the “It Was Fifty Years Ago Today” tour featuring the music of “The White Album” by The Beatles, his bass guitar influences, his cohorts on the tour (Todd Rundgren, Mickey Dolenz, Christopher Cross, and Badfinger’s Joey Molland), and his next music plans.