Dan’s mission with “Dancers Anonymous” is to keep everyone dancing! That positivity is exactly what we need right now!
George Faulkner spills about his favorite childhood band, the unexpected delight of creating music remotely—and internationally—during the pandemic, and why Sunday nights are Funday nights!
The Power of One: Kaitlyn DeTrinis of “Mixed Signals” wants to make us think more ethically about the way we all consume music.
Jim Melloan of “50 Years Ago This Week” has been bringing popular music from the 20th century to new audiences since RFB began. Read on for the method (and memories) behind his music madness! (That’s Jim on the left with his sisters 50 years ago, in 1971.)
”Oh wait, I thought we were doing costumes for the 100th?! So I just bought this Jorge Luis Borges full-body suit and mask for nothing? Seriously, we talked about it and everything!”
“I believe that jazz can show (perhaps most astutely from the perspective of careful observer) that the nature of performance is ultimately imitative and that the boundary between improvisation and composition is dissolvable.” Ben Luton brings a poet’s ear to the genre he loves and lives for.
Lovehoney frontwoman Aly Quiñones on what it was like for the band to create their new album (releasing 02/14/21) while the Covid-19 pandemic is still, sadly, a thing, being a little brown grrrl in a band making noise — and the William Burroughs quote she lives by.
Music curator, concert presenter-producer and second-gen activist Par Neiburger uses music as the gateway for the discussion and understanding of climate change throughout the world.
William Benton, a.k.a. Cat Casual, always wanted to be a DJ on a country radio station — and now, he is! Here’s why he hopes you will appreciate the genre as much as he does.