Tag: WGXC Radio

The ECLECTIMANIAC Radio Show Airs Tonight, Oct 16

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The next ECLECTIMANIAC Radio Show is tonight (Wednesday, October 16, 2019), at 8 pm on WGXC 90.7 FM Acra/Hudson! Join hosts @tonyatlarge@sethdavisphoto & Columbia County Current’s Jeff McKinney (@jeffmmckinney) as they make the world a better place one jam at a time!

On this episode, Tony@Large chats with NYC interior designer Brown Cranna about growing up in Columbia County, his beginnings as a decorative painter and founding his successful design firm.

The ECLECTIMANIAC Boys (@tonyatlarge@sethdavisphoto and @jeffmmckinney) also discuss Madonna canceling (at the last minute!) the Madame X performance Jeff & Seth had tickets for, Halloween preparations, Joaquin Phoenix, the new Ken Burns’ documentary Country Music, and the return of Lil’ Kim. Music from The Midnight, Missy Elliott, The Cars, Miley Cyrus, The S.O.S. Band and more! Plus new tracks from Post Malone and Christina Aguilera.

Listen @ 90.7 FM Acra/Hudson/Catskill on your radio or live stream WGXC.ORG.

DATE/TIME
Wednesday, October 16, 2019 / 8pm – 10pm

TO LISTEN
Live stream: WGXC.ORG
Tune in: 90.7 FM Acra/Hudson

MORE
WGXC radio, 90.7-FM, is a community radio station based in New York’s Columbia and Greene counties. It’s part of Wave Farm, which is a non-profit arts organization driven by experimentation with broadcast media and the airwaves.

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Basilica’s 2019 24-Hour Drone Festival is This Weekend, Apr 27 – 28

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Basilica Hudson‘s season opener, the annual 24-Hour Drone Experiments in Sound & Music, is this weekend, April 27 and 28, 2019. The annual festival, presented by Basilica Hudson and Le Guess Who?, is a roving, international series featuring musicians and sound artists experimenting within the spectrum of drones (sustained tones shaped by voice or instrumentation) to create 24 hours of unbroken, uninterrupted sound.

Escape the tight hands of time in a long-form, endurance homage to sound. An all-encompassing, immersive event, 24-HOUR DRONE features musicians and sound artists experimenting with sustained tones, creating a full twenty-four hours of unbroken sound.

Droners are free to come and go over the twenty-four hours, but those who make the commitment to this long-duration work will be rewarded with the intangible feeling of meditative contentment, pure bliss, and communal collaboration.

– info & images from basilicahudson.org

This year’s lineup includes Ustad Shafaat Khan // Deradoorian // AHRKH // Zone 6 Presents: Kinlaw // NEVER TEMPLE // Jay Rodriguez< MOTHER > // Brooklyn Raga MassiveUnstruck Sound // Famous Accordion OrchestraHudson Valley Dronescape // Hudson Valley Shakuhachi Choir // Iva Bittova + Matt Norman //Anastasia Clarke‘s Crushed Matrices // Jeremy Toussaint-Baptiste // Sondra Sun-Odeon‘sUnsilencing // XOIR‘s XRONOLOGY // Ethan Primason + Caroline Partamian // Chris Andersen // Welkom In De Blaak // Mark Trecka // QUELQUE SHOW Montreal Block: Concrete + Skin Tone // Lumen Project Presents: Reg Bloor // Soramimi // Octonomy // Bob Bellerue // Bouquet // Ginny Benson // Ben SeretanMy Life’s Work

Tickets to the event are already sold out, however, 24-HOUR DRONE will be broadcast live on Wave Farm’s WGXC 90.7-FM, streamed online at wavefarm.org/listen, and made available through the Wave Farm Radio app (iOS).

DATES/TIMES:
2019: Saturday April 27 at 12pm to Sunday April 28 at 12pm

LOCATION:
Basilica Hudson
110 S. Front St.,
Hudson, NY 12534

MORE:
BasilicaHudson.org
facebook.com/BasilicaHudson

wavefarm.org/listen

 

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ECLECTIMANIAC Events – The April 2019 Show

This is the place to get more info on the local events and happenings that were discussed on the ECLECTIMANIAC Radio Show for April 17, 2019.

Volunteer for Earth Day at Schor Conservation Area

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Celebrate Earth Day with the Columbia Land Conservancy, and their volunteer day at Schor Conservation Area in East Chatham on April 20th.

You can help by removing invasive species like honeysuckle and garlic mustard, help improve trails, culverts, and collect trash and debris at the site. Coffee and snacks will be provided at the pavilion.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, April 20, 2910 /  9am – 11am

LOCATION: Schor Conservation Area
58 Shore View Drive
East Chatham, NY 12060

MORE: For more info & to register, check out clctrust.org


 

Nora Burns: David’s Friends at Hudson Hall

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David’s Friend is the story of a crazy friendship in 1980s New York City. Written and performed by Nora Burns with direction by Adrienne Truscott, dramaturgy by Lucy Sexton, and visual collaboration by Len Whitney, featuring Billy Hough, this fast-paced show is a multi-media celebration of friendship, fun, freaks, youthful passion, changing times, emotions, memories, Manhattan and music that moves your feet to a disco beat.

DATE/TIME: Saturday, April 27, 2019 / 7PM

TICKETS: $15

LOCATION: Hudson Hall
327 Warren St.
Hudson, NY 12534

MORE: https://hudsonhall.org


 

Music In the Stacks at Hudson Area Library

54257250_10156623096303791_1753634038855237632_n-300x212The Music In The Stacks concert series reflects a wide range of musical styles, genres, instruments and cultures. Audience members receive cultural passports, which will be stamped at each concert. The next performance is the modern and traditional Bangladeshi musical group, Moyna

Moyna is a musical duo from Seattle, which is made up of Palbasha and Durjoy Siddique. Both musicians originate from Bangladesh. They sing both in their native language of Bangla, and also create music sung in English.

A short q&a and refreshments will be available after the concert.

DATE/TIME: Sunday, April 28, 2019 / 4 – 5:30pm

AUDIENCE: Tweens, teens, and adults

LOCATION: Hudson Area Library
51 N. 5th ST
Hudson, NY 12534

MORE: http://hudsonarealibrary.org

 

 

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The ECLECTIMANIAC Radio Show Airs Tonight, Apr 17

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The next ECLECTIMANIAC Radio Show is tonight (Wednesday, April 17, 2019), at 8 pm on WGXC 90.7 FM Acra/Hudson! Join hosts @tonyatlarge@sethdavisphoto & Columbia County Current’s Jeff McKinney (@jeffmmckinney) as they make the world a better place one jam at a time!

April’s guest is writer, actor, and comedian Nora Burns who talks about her new hit one-woman show David’s Friend coming to Hudson Hall on April 27th. The ECLECTIMANIAC Boys also discuss the joy of traveling with audiobooks, Maya Rudolph’s Prince cover band, Princess, Post Malone at the Elvis Tribute Special and World of Dance contestant Poppin’ John. Plus music by Ariana Grande, Lizzo, Faith Evans, Lakey Inspired and R.E.M.

Listen @ 90.7 FM Acra/Hudson/Catskill on your radio or live stream WGXC.ORG online.

DATE/TIME
Wednesday, April 17 2019 / 8pm – 10pm

TO LISTEN
Live stream: WGXC.ORG
Tune in: 90.7 FM Acra/Hudson

MORE
WGXC radio, 90.7-FM, is a community radio station based in New York’s Columbia and Greene counties. It’s part of Wave Farm, which is a non-profit arts organization driven by experimentation with broadcast media and the airwaves.

 

For more local happenings, news, and events, follow ColumbiaCountyCurrent on Facebook, and twitter @CoCoCurrent.

The Latest ECLECTIMANIAC Radio Show

Here’s the latest episode of the ECLECTIMANIC Radio Show. The show originally aired on Wednesday, March 20, 2019.

The ECLECTIMANIAC Radio Show on WGXC 90.7 FM is a monthly odyssey through a diverse pop landscape featuring new hits, throwbacks, remixes and nu-disco. The show was created by Tony@Large, aka Tony Markham, and is co-hosted by Seth Davis, and me (Jeff McKinney).

THE NEXT SHOW:

Wednesday, April 17, 2019: 8 – 10pm
WGXC 90.7 FM Acra/Hudson
Livestream @ http://www.wgxc.org

 

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