Everyone here at Inside Music Today had a much better week this week. After a couple of tough weeks of bad weather, we are back on track. We finally were able to tape our first complete evening of acts at Howard Durann’s Bucks County Open Mic Night at Pasquale’s in Levittown, PA. We had a fun night and enjoyed all the artists that performed. A number of performers from that evening will be featured on the March 23rd show.
This week we feature the very talented young bands that we have had the pleasure of working with over this past year. If you have not had the chance to catch Volt, Half Daze, If All Else Fails and No Commitment on any of our previous shows, please watch this week. You will find these extremely talented young artists have all the basics to go far in the music business. IMT is happy to be one of the stepping stones along the way.
On to the March 23rd show, featuring 5 acts from our March 13 taping at Bucks County Open Mic Night. Lou Kramer performs an original song, with Firecracker Betty as back-up. We taped two songs from Daddy Long Legs, so you’ll see one on this show and another on a future show. John Kelly & Dan Robbins from the band Of the Sea performed this evening as a duo. In speaking with John afterwards, I found out he had been on Inside Music Today in the early years with another band. It was great to see that he is still writing music and performing.
John Monzo has been on IMT previously and it was great to hear him once again. Thanks John for coming out and being a part of this first taping at Pasquale’s! We had a special treat from a touring guitarist, Barry Bennedetta and the band Messenger. Barry has toured with Ozzy Osbourne and a number of other artists. We are happy to welcome Barry to Inside Music Today!
We are still working on setting up the In Concert Road Shows. So much work to do and so little time, but this will all come together in due time.
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