A weekly entertainment show hosted by Chris Kocher, entertainment writer for the Press & Sun-Bulletin. Bringing you the best of Greater Binghamton's music and entertainment scene.
Great to have Roy Schneider and Kim Mayfield in the studio. They’ll perform between sets of Ugly Dolphin at Cyber Cafe West in Binghamton around 10 p.m. on Thursday (4/28). Learn more about their music at www.royschneider.com.
Here are the tracks we played in between our chat.
Roy Schneider – “Dancin’ on the Mountain” (Walls that Talk)
Roy Schneider – “Cabin in the Sky” (Ten from the Pen)
Roy Schneider – “Climbin’ the Walls with You” (Ten from the Pen)
No guest, so here’s what we played.
Amber Rubarth – “City Starts to Bloom” (A Common Case of Disappearing)
Brother Sun – “Source of the Sun” (Weights & Wings)
Meg Braun – “Drunkard’s Daughter” (Restless Moon)
Ken Whiteley – “Bring It All Right Down” (Freedom Blues)
Victor & Penny – “Moon Over Bourbon Street” (Electricity)
Monica Rizzio – “Willie Nelson” (Washashore Girl)
Rebecca Folsom – “Lowcountry” (Extraordinary Days)
Robinlee Garber – “Tired of Being the Moon” (Resilience)
Terri Hendrix – “Northern Lights” (Love You Strong)
Baby Gramps & Peter Stamfel – “Buzzard on the Gut Wagon” (Outertainment)
Fun to chat with singer-songwriter Matt Nakoa, a native of Chenango County who has made a name for himself around the Northeast and beyond. He’ll perform with a band at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Perry Browne Intermediary School in Norwich as a fundraiser for the Stanford Gibson Elementary Milk Fund.
We played a few tracks from his 2014 album “A Dozen Other Lives”:
“You Are My Moonshine”
“Daisies in the Rain”
“Where on Earth is Heaven?”
“We All Gotta Go (At Some Point)”
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