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.
After a couple of weeks with no music and all talk, I did a show solo and played all music, focusing on all new stuff.
Robyn Hitchcock & Emma Swift – “Love is a Drag” (Love is a Drag 7”)
Robyn Hitchcock & Emma Swift – “Life is Change” (Love is a Drag 7”)
Paul Sachs – “All that Love Provides (Love is Love)
Chicago Farmer – “The Skateboard Song” (Midwest Side Stories)
Ron Renninger – “The Dream and the Memory” (The Man Who Became a Song)
Caroline Doctorow – “That’s How I’ll Remember You” (Dreaming in Vinyl)
Terri Hendrix – “Bury the Devil” (The Slaughterhouse Sessions: Project 5.2)
Driftwood Soldier – “Rosalee” (Scavenger’s Joy)
Beth DeSombre – “Where the Words and Music Meet” (I Was Here)
Joe Murante – “Hungry Ghost” (Patch of Sky)
Katherine Rondeau – “Boyish Charms” (New Hope Chateau)
Dave Keller – “2 AM Talks” (Right Back Atcha)
Adler & Hearne – “Ghost of Route 66” (Simpatico)
John Flynn (with Kelly Kristofferson) – “Help Me Make It Through the Night” (Mercy)
Driftwood – “Talkin’” (City Lights)
Victor & Penny – “Penny’s Pounce” (Electricity)
Susan Kane – “A Man of Much Merit” (Mostly Fine)
Nancy Cassidy – “Life Ain’t No Railroad Track” (Heart of a Song)
Ray Lambiase – “The Train to Buffalo” (The Ballad of 3 Finger Brown)
Rachael Sage – “Try Try Try” (Choreographic – Acoustic)
Always fun to preview RoberCon: Roberson Sci-Fi Convention. This year, I was joined by programming co-chair Crystal Sarakas; costume contest coordinator Kat D’Andrea; fan group leader and panelist Lisa Stuckey of the USS Serling; vendor, panelist and costume contest judge Jana Nichole; and gaming coordinator Brian Keller.
You can hear the interview here:
Local fantasy author Joshua Palmatier stopped by to talk about his latest Zombies Need Brains anthology fundraiser and how he got his start in the writing biz.
You can hear the whole interview here:
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Wednesdays from 7 PM to 8:30 PM.
October 5 @ 7 PM