Interviews from East Durham Irish Festival

The scene at the East Durham Irish Festival last weekend. Photo by Tony Fallon.

WGXC’s Tony Fallon was on the scene last weekend at the East Durham Irish Festival, and contributes these photos and interviews:

Click on this sentence to hear an interview with East Durham Irish Festival Director Tom McGoldrick or paste this url into your computer’s media player:

All shades of green.

Click on this sentence to hear an interview with young performer Sheena Mullin, or paste this url into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/06
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Click on this sentence to hear an interview with Frankie Curran, or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/06
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Three generations of Irish at the Festival.

Click on this sentence to hear an interview with Sgt. Michael Roy, one of the soldier’s memorialized with bricks at the festival. Or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/06
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Click on this sentence to hear an mp3 recording of an interview with http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/06 Shioban at the East Durham Irish Festival, or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/06
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Tony Fallon interviews Debbie Jones of Irish Village USA, about the memorial bricks, at the festival, click here to listen or paste this url into your computer’s media player:

Audio from Albany Sonic Arts Collective show

WGXC’s Sam Sebren recorded sounds & took photos in Albany last Saturday at the Upstate Artist Guild where Albany Sonic Arts Collective presented the following bands::

Cruudeuces from North Adams, MA performed first at ASC.


Cruudeuces (Nate Brennan), from North Adams, MA, performed first. Click here, or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:

Jefferson Pitcher performed second at ASC.

Jefferson Pitcher from Troy, NY performed second. Click here, or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/06
/JeffersonPitcher_ASC_WGXC_052910.mp3

Matt from Pine Smoke Lodge.


Pine Smoke Lodge, from Portland, ME, performed third, Matt to the left and Hillary to the right. Click here to listen to an mp3 recording, or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:

Albany's Grab Ass Cowboys finished the night.

Grab Ass Cowboy’s, from Albany, NY, played last. Click here, or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:

Audio from Athens Cultural Center reading series

This recording by WGXC volunteer Ira Sher of the Athens Cultural Center reading series May 15, 2010, features poets Brenda Coultas and Christopher Stackhouse and fiction writer Lynne Tillman. Click here or on the ACC logo to listen to an mp3 audio recording of the reading, or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/06
/poetry_AthensCulturalCenter_051510.mp3

Recording of Cairo Open Mic

Claude Haton and Harry Gottlieb

Claude Haton and Harry Gottlieb at the Cairo Open Mic, May 28, 2010 at Gallagher's.

WGXC’s Debra Kamecke recorded the Cairo Open Mic, sponsored by WGXC and Cairo Library, as the monthly event finished its seasonal run inside Gallagher’s on Main St. last Friday (it moves to Cairo town park Fri. June 18), with performances from acapella singing group The Cats, poet Tony Fallon, and guitarist Mike Ryan among the performances. This recording got cut off at the end, so the performance of Claude Haton and Harry Gottlieb (pictured) is not included. Click here to listen to an mp3 recording or paste the following url into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/06/
CairoOpenMic_052810.mp3

Oatts/Locke Duo performance in Athens


Dick Oatts/Joe Locke Duo performed May 22 at the Athens Cultural Center via Planet Arts.

Listen to the frog sound walk

Liz LoGiudice
Liz LoGiudice, Extension Educator at Agroforestry Resource Center, led an “Amphibian Adventure” WGXC fundraiser Friday night, giving a “frog walk” across the street at the Siuslaw Model Forest. We listened to peepers, tree frogs, pond frogs, and found tadpoles and snails.

Click here to listen to an mp3 sound recording of the “Amphibian Adventure” or paste this url into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/05
/AmphibianAdventure_AcraSoundWalk_WGXC_AgroforestryCenter.mp3

Siuslaw Model Forest

Siuslaw Model Forest.

Audio from Upstate Artist Guild noise show

WGXC volunteer Sam Sebren recorded performances from the Upstate Artist Guild show Wed. May 19, 2010 organized by Leah Rico and Alex Young:

Prayer Town

Prayer Town at Upstate Artists Guild 051910. Photo by Sam Sebren.

Prayer Town performed first, click here to listen to a wav file recording or paste this link into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/05
/PrayerTown_WGXC_UAG_051910.wav

Kier Neuringer

Kier Neuringer at Upstate Artists Guild 051910. Photo by Sam Sebren.

Kier Neuring performed next, click here to listen to a wav file recording or paste this link into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/05
/KierNeuringer_WGXC_UAG_051910.wav

Price_Trump Duo

Price_Trump Duo at Upstate Artists Guild 051910. Photo by Sam Sebren.

The Price_Trump Duo finished things, click here to listen to a wav file recording or paste this link into your computer’s media player:
http://archive.free103point9.org/2010/05
/PriceTrumpDuo_WGXC_UAG_051910.wav