Notes From The Den 6-15-09
Here’s the BlowUpRadio.com programming schedule:
Monday thru Friday at 8pm ET - Lazlo’s Den
Every night this week on Lazlo’s Den, don’t miss our Wave Gathering preview. Spotlighting some of the over 175 bands playing the festival in Asbury Park this weekend.
New Music Tuesday this week will feature new music from Julian Peterson, Qwill, Lifeguard Nights, and more!
And don’t forget about our other shows on BlowUpRadio.com
Tuesday at 10pm ET - ‘Your Friends & Neighbors’ hosted by Tris McCall
Thursday at 10pm ET - ‘Rock N Roll Gas Station’ hosted by Jim Testa
If you missed any of the BlowUpRadio.com Guitar Pull with Jay Mazeffect & Paul Rosevear, from Sunday, you can now stream the show at www.BlowUpRadio.com.
The next BlowUpRadio.com Guitar Pull will take place on Sunday July 12th with guests Jim Testa, Rik Mercaldi, and Mick Chorba (Dipsomaniacs/The Successful Failures).
The next BlowUpRadio.com Free Concert Series show at Buddie’s Tavern is Friday July 25th. This is a very special show featuring one of the best live touring bands, The Winter Sounds!!!! Their two albums are incredible, and their live show even more so! Also on the bill are two great local acts, Jonathan Andrew, and The Tea & Whiskey.
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Download free music from BlowUpRadio.com or LazlosDen.com
Jonathan Andrew - “here’s to the present” song
Jon Dacks - “free to be” album
Jon Caspi, “this town” album
Gary Paul Hermus, "Xanadu From Outer Space" song
Woodfish, "Bamm Diddley" album.
Free music, now at www.BlowUpRadio.com or www.LazlosDen.com
Bands, if you'd like to put up a free download on BlowUpRadio.com or LazlosDen.com, please contact me.
I so want to discuss the closing of The Goldhawk, another great NJ venue for live music, & one that (along with Jim Testa), I used to do ‘Folk You!’ shows at.
I want to talk about that, but I can’t.
You see, I have been seriously following the events going down in Iran.
It’s easy to forget about how lucky we are to have freedom and democracy in this country, and the ability to peaceably protest when we disagree with our government (as many did with the Iraq war).
While the American news channels are finally starting to do some coverage of the events in Iran, BBC News has been doing the best news channel coverage I’ve seen.
But truly compelling, and horrifying, is the first person accounts coming in through the internet, most notably through Twitter.
The link below is a list of all know people Twittering in and around Iran about what is going on.
I urge you to look through some of the tweets people are posting from Iran.
If they don’t make you feel lucky to live in America, then you probably don’t deserve to live in America.
That's all for this week.
Thanks for reading.