“Live your beliefs and you can turn the world around.” ~Henry David Thoreau
Authenticity is a buzzword these days. We hear all kinds of advice on how to live it, breathe it, and get more of it. Here are a few ways I strive to Live Authentically. #BeYou
In this episode of Valley Sounds, we'll have a conversation with musician Mark Alexander. We'll preview music from Wanda Wesolowski and The World Forgot who are performing at Concerts in the Park at Big Spring Park. We'll also hear from Dizzy D, The Moose and Kat Elizabeth performing at Invisible Fest at Campus 805, as well as tracks by Them Damn Dogs, Amy McCarley, .45 Surprise, Allen Watkins Band and Soul Karnival. Thanks for listening.
This episode of Valley Sounds features an interview with Sidetrack Music Hall owner Eddie Yessick, as well as music from Rob Aldridge and the Proponents, Phil Weaver, Complex Flavor, Liquid Caravan, Brandon Worthey, The Go-Go Killers, The Retrovales, Winslow Davis and Robby Eichman.
This episode of Valley Sounds features our weekly 'local favorites' segment produced by Spice Radio Huntsville featuring Safeword, Victoria Jones, Wolves of Chernobyl and That Andy Guy. We'll also preview some of the bands playing at LoudFest at Sidetracks, including The Moose, Boneyard Mafia, Property and Go-Go Killers. We'll have a listen to tracks from Seminole Strut and The Pollies, two of the bands performing at the Ditto Landing Independence Day Celebration. And with a new Local Aliens music compilation on the way for Invisible Fest, we'll revisit some tracks from past Local Aliens releases with music from Chris Fitts, Jaeme Case, Hopeless Jon and The Phantom Fang and a live in-studio performance with Iron Horse. Thanks for listening.
This episode of Valley Sounds features music from Tangled String Music Fest on June 23rd in Huntsville's Big Spring Park East and Microwave Dave Day on June 24th at Humphrey's in downtown Huntsville. We'll also hear local gospel and jazz tunes from Phebe Jones, Kendrick Orrand Alex Banks.
0n this episode of Valley Sounds, we visit with Will River Band, Otonana Trio and music fans at the 14th annual Cigar Box Festival. We'll also hear live music from Impossible Machine, Wayno Bueno, Radiotron and Tony Perdue on the Know Huntsville stage, as well as studio tracks from Will River Band, Maggie Rodgers and Otonana Trio. Spice Radio Huntsville will tell us about some great upcoming local music shows in Huntsville. Thanks for listening.