Monthly Archives: June 2016

FTV: Lemmy!

R.I.P. Ian Fraser “Lemmy” Kilmister.   I can only listen to Motorhead for so long and then I  have to hear something else, but that does not mean I don’t appreciate the house that Lemmy built.  Lemmy had just celebrated his 70th birthday in December of 2015 and it was well known that he was having […]

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FTV: Changing Guitarists

  Call it “band musical chairs” if you wish or “out with the old, in with the new”,  but however you  label it, it is something that happens from the grassroots local scene to the upper echelons of music.  All bands will find themselves changing players from time to time and the guitar chair is usually […]

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FTV: Sundellstock

    In the wake of the first Woodstock Music and Arts Festival, anybody with a field, a long extension cord, and a flatbed truck trailer wanted to host an outdoor festival.  How do I know this with such certainty?  Because I played on a flatbed truck trailer in a field at a little location south of […]

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THE SUMMER OF ’16

(With my apologies to Bryan Adam’s Summer of ’69)  – The WOAS-FM Summer Rambles: We will be off air save an occasional test broadcast from Saturday June 11 until August 22 when we will start our week long run up to the Porcupine Mountain Music Festival.  While we won’t be broadcasting music or video during this period, […]

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