Monthly Archives: February 2018

FTV: Tatler 1970

      Is there a pivotal year in one’s four years of high school?  Freshman year is always a swirl of new activities and if one keeps their head down and eyes open, one can learn a lot from those mature upperclassmen.  Sophomore year is less of a mystery because at least some of the school […]

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From the Vaults: Phil Collins

       For some strange reason, I can’t for the life of me pass up a book or an article about a fellow drummer.   The music trade magazines specifically aimed at drummers (Drummers World, Modern Drummer) will occasionally catch my eye, but after beating the skins for more than a half century, a lot of their […]

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S4SD – DbD3

WOAS-FM volunteers are again conducting a month long STRIVE 4 A SAFER DRIVE public service campaign to call attention to the dangers of texting and driving.  Don’t be Disracted III (or DbD3) jump started the local campaign by distributing DARK BLUE w/ LIME GREEN wristbands to everyone in the Ontonagon Area Schools K-12 building.  Poster, […]

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Joe Deninzon & Stratospheerius

Interesting video – Joe Deninzon and Stratospheeris are an up and coming band.  The visuals they deploy for their lead single from the album Guilty of Innocence fit the shape of things right now very accurately! Stratospheerius is : Joe Deninzon-electric violin/lead vocals Aurelien Budynek-guitar Jamie Bishop-bass/vocals Lucianna Padmore-drums

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FTV: Dan Rosandich

      Paging through the January 3, 2018 issue of Radio World, a bunch of cartoons jump off the page and caught my eye.  My first thought was, “This guy’s style reminds me a lot of Dan Rosandich’s work.  A glance at the articles byline told me why:  the cartoons were drawn by Rosandich and used […]

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