Published October 10, 2019 By Joshua Miner Joe Pascarell has lived and breathed Pink Floyd for most of his life. At age 12, his older brother brought him to his first show - during Floyd’s famous Dark Side of the Moon Tour. The music would change his life. Ever since that fateful day, the thought [...]
Over the past four decades, Robert Cray has gone from an unnamed roles in National Lampoon's Animal House, to recording over 20 albums and winning over five Grammy Awards with his smooth voice and exciting guitar rhythms. With his new tour bringing him to Plattsburgh's Strand Center Theatre, I talk with Cray about his long and storied career.
With over a dozen languages masterfully woven through songs catchy enough to transport you to musical in 1950's Hollywood, Pink Martini has been bringing their unique style to symphonies across the world.
The voice of Creed, Scott Stapp discusses the long road to stardom and the pitfalls he fell victim to along the way. Now with his own solo band, Stapp talks about five years sober and returning to the stage once more.
Guitarist Andy Falco of the Infamous Stringdusters discusses the fateful day at age 14 when his brother snuck him out of school to see the Grateful Dead - to now sharing the stage with the Dead's own Phil Lesh. I also talk to Falco about the Stringdusters' new album Rise Sun and their Grammy for Best Bluegrass Album for 2017's Laws of Gravity.
Fresh off her exciting new EP Burning Rain, Josee Allard discusses the road that brought her to the North Country and her upcoming shows throughout the area.
From insult comic to life coach, Lisa Lampanelli opens up about Trump, weight loss and opening a new chapter in her life.
With an eclectic symbiosis of artists as diverse as Guns N' Roses and Beethoven, DSQ has gone from humble beginnings to playing for U.S. Presidents with their electrified take on classical music.
Known as the greatest Rolling Stones tribute band around, the Classic Stones Live are set to bring their act to Plattsburgh's Strand Theatre this Friday.
Built in 1808 by Robert Cochran, brother of Peru founder John Cochran, this historical homestead saw amazing renovations in the late 1990's. Bill and Scarlett McBride modernized the home with the help of friends and family, uncovering the unique history of the home in the process.