by Jorge Miranda
Hello everyone and thanks for checking us out. This is your summary for local gigs and events from La Nota: Alternative.
Alex was out this Monday so I ran the show on my own. We’re almost there as far as tweaking everything to give you the best quality internet radio show we can provide.
Mr. Alejandsome will be back in the studio with us on Monday. OK, let’s review some of the music that was played on Monday in case you missed the songs or band names. You can catch all our episodes at www.247miami.tv
I started off the show with a British invasion from Kasabian with “Days are forgotten”.
We played the talents of local folk pop duo of the Baron Sisters from Deerfield Beach FL. I played some Sixx A.M. “This is gonna hurt” from the album and book by the same title. In Motley Crue news I informed you of about the “soft” opening at Vince Neil’s strip joint in Vegas, “Gilrs, Girls, and Girls”.
Miami Music Week kicking off today I tried to give you a look into some of Ultra’s artists. I played some Skrillex and played a little golden nugget I found known as “Carbon Airways”.
Warped Tour on its way down here I thought I would play one of the bands that performed last year so you can see how Warped Tour has grown and how diverse it is now. That band was “Larry and his Flask” with “Call it what you will”.
Enough about Mondays show. Let’s focus on what on what is happening here in the South Florida.
The weekend can kicks off Friday night with Carrie Nation and The Speakeasy at (let’s wait for it) of course Speakeasy. At Churchill’s you will be able to see The Band in Heaven, New Coke, and The Jellyfish Brothers. At Propaganda you can catch The Independents and Asher Roth will be at Revolution Live.
On Saturday March 24, Lavola and Galaxy Action will be at Respectable Street. The fun continues at Speakeasy with Battle of the Bands. Churchill’s will be providing you with the musical sounds of Holly Hunt, Old Habits, Homestretch,440, Everymen, Diablo Dimes and Darling Sweets which we have mentioned before on the show.
If you can try and make it to one of these shows and support your local south Florida music scene. Like Alex said making music has become a blue collar job. Nowadays bands have to tour and perform all the time to get their music out to the masses. This is of course great for those of us who enjoy going to shows and the local music environments. And enjoy Ultra!
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