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Live on Stars End 2-15-2009
Live on Nocturnal Transmissions
with host Dr. Cosmo
Live at the 2004 Philadelphia Electronic Music and Arts Festival
Welcome to the Live Performance Recording zone... enjoy the music!
Live on WXPN's radio program Stars End on 3-21-2009This was my second appearance on Stars End, and it was, again, quite an honor... I think my performance this time was a little better.
Live at the Rule's Livingroom Concert Series 8-2-2009Cindy and her husband have created this cool living room concert series in their home. It was a blast opening for CHuck at this event.
Live on WXPN's radio program Stars End on 2-15-2009I was invited by Chuck Van Zyl, the host of Stars End to come down and play a set live in the studios of WXPN in Philadelphia, PA. What an Honor! This program is the second longest running electronic music program (over 30 years and going strong) in the United States...and maybe the world! To play in a space where artists like Steve Roach, Robert Rich, Ian Boddy, Saul Stokes, Vidna Obmana, The Ministry of Inside Things, Dwight Ashley, Tim Story and many others, was an honor I am not sure I deserved, but will always appreciate and remember. Special thanks to Chuck, Art Cohen (who recorded the performance), Jeff Towne (who took pictures) and all the others who helped carry in my gear and hung around for my music!!!
Live on Nocturnal Transmission with host Dr. CosmoI met Dr. Cosmo while performing with Brainstatik on his WPRB based show Norturnal Transmissions. He later invited me to perform on the show as Ombient. This was a special night. The music flowed.
Dr. Cosmo has since become a great friend and awesome returning member of Brainstatik playing the Chapman Stick. He are considering a project to be called "WarrStick"... Dr. Cosmo on the Stick and myself on the Warr Touch Guitar. It WILL be powerful! More infor to follow if and when things degin to unfold.
Live at the 2004 P.E.M.A.FI was a little aprehensive during this performance. It was the second ever live outing for Ombient. Dispite some minor gear glitch and monitoring problems, I managed to create some mildly interesting material...not my best, but not my worst...you decide.
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