Monthly Archives: August 2015

FTV: 3 Sides of America

   Dewey Bunnell.  Dan Peek.  Gerry Beckley.  A few of you may recognize these names.    A greater number of people will recognize A Horse With No Name more readily even if they can’t place the names of the creators of this folk rock classic.  They may not be the hit making machine they were back in […]

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WCB Inspection

The West Coast Bureau of WOAS-FM has relocated to Eugene, OR so it an inspection visit from the manager was on the agenda for mid-August.  Many thanks to Elizabeth, Todd, Don Juan and Emma for their hospitality.  Many hours of music ensued and we sharpened our Wii skills a bit.  What?  It WAS afterall, an […]

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FTV Video Awards

Okay, the title makes it sound like a bigger deal than it really is – but hey – I have seen sillier award show concepts. As of this writing, we are 8 months into 2015 and I have yet to see a video to top either the Moses Brown School School is Closed video or Puddle’s […]

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FTV: First Paying Gigs – Part 2

Video was shot in November of 2011 – “Trees” (l-r)  Jesse Fitzpatrick, Lindsay Tomasic, and Dave Pearlman perform live on WCBN 88.3 at the University Of Michigan with DJ “Tex”.     A while back, I put some of my friends and musical acquaintances on the spot and asked them to share memories of their first paying […]

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FTV: Charlie Walnut!

Anyone who spends any amount of time talking or writing about music will eventually bring ‘misheard lyrics’ into the discussion.  I would not want to feel left out of this club.  In fact, anyone who has had to figure out songs for a band to learn faces the task of unmasking mystical (and sometimes undecipherable) […]

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Breaking News

Items of interest we are just passing along in case you missed them: An Update from Lucius:   Well hello there, It’s been difficult to keep this under wraps but finally we’ve revealed the big news: our brand new second album Good Grief will be released March 11. Good Grief was produced by Shawn Everett and us with Bob Ezrin […]

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