Author: Sister Sylvie
The Grateful Dead played some of their most inspired shows on the fertile grounds of the Pacific Northwest, ripe with influences and abundant with deep and spirited symbols. Tune in to the Homegrown Music Show (SAT. & SUN. noon-3pm Eastern) to wind the 2-CD release of PACIFIC NORTHWEST ’73-’74: BELIEVE IT IF YOU NEED IT, a […]
Led Zeppelin’s live “Song Remains The Same” is out with the bells and whistles of deluxe sets! Interested in winning a copy of the soundtrack CD? Tune into the Homegrown Music Show (SAT. & SUN. noon-3pm) and call in 814-865-9577 (WKPS). You may also hear some interesting interview clips on the show today.
Circles Around The Sun, which originally began to record Grateful Dead-influenced instrumentals to be played during the set breaks at The Dead’s “Fare Thee Well” concerts, have gone further to record a second new CD “Let It Wander”. FYI, the band includes Neal Casal and Adam MacDougall from the Chris Robinson Brotherhood.) Want to win […]
If you missed it or want to hear it again, here is the conversation between Sister Sylvie and Mark Karan (extended Grateful Dead family bands including Bob Weir & Ratdog, The Other Ones). Mark plays with Live Dead & Riders ’69 (with Tom Constanten, Slick Aguilar, Robyn Sylvester, Mike Falzarano and more) at A Bears […]
Homegrown Music Show celebrating the 50th anniversary edition release of Anthem Of The Sun – The Grateful Dead’s most experimental studio album. In addition to the original 1968 mix and 1971 re-mix, the 50th anniversary comes with a bonus disc of Oct. 22, 1967 show. Sister Sylvie plans to play some of the anniversary vinyl […]
It’s been 50 years Buffalo Springfield played their last show and also released three albums – in recognition, Rhino Records released a 5-cd box set What’s That Sound? with mono and stereo versions of Buffalo Springfield, Buffalo Springfield Again; and Last Time Around. It was recently released and you can hear both popular and deep […]
Singer/songwriter Mike MiZ chatted with Sister Sylvie on Sunday, Feb. 25 about his new CD “A Year Ago Today.” Mike is based in Scranton, PA and performs in the jam band circuit. He has opened for Dylan, Derek Trucks, Blues Traveler. Mike also interviewed on The Homegrown Music Show in 2011. His website is www.mikemizmusic.com.
Sister Sylvie chatted with Paul Ill and Mark Tremalgia of Disreputable Few on backing up artists such as Bob Weir, Gov’t Mule and many other greats to launching their band and into the jamband scene with debut CD “Ain’t Who I Was.” More info on www.disreputablefewmusic.com
Kimock’s new album Satellite City is out Oct. 27! Sister Sylvie aired a couple tracks last weekend and is delighted to welcome Steve Kimock on SAT., Oct. 28 Homegrown Music Show to chat live-on-the-air about the new album and the upcoming east coast tour. The album features Steve Kimock, John Morgan Kimock, Leslie Mendelson and […]
Bob’s coffee table photography book, The Music Never Stopped became available September 2017. In 2014 Bob Minkin came on The Homegrown Music Show and chatted about Live Dead, The Grateful Dead Photographed by Bob Minkin, published in 2014. Bob has photographed thousands of concerts in clubs and arenas across the USA and Europe. His photographs have been featured […]