Roadside Attraction
Move Along, Keep Movin’  - 2-10-19

Move Along, Keep Movin’ - 2-10-19

February 18, 2019

Matt Byanski was watching the stage and he said "That right there is something rare".  He was referring to Tod Weidner who was playing his Live at Yellow Cab set.  "There are not very many people that can command the stage like that all by themselves....with an electric guitar."  You won't get an argument from anyone who was there.  But damn, Tod is heading for the coast and we will miss him. 

Tod played something very tasty with the Roadside Band too.  This was a night - and this is a podcast - full of highs.  Khrys Blank growled out a gutsy remembrance and Matt delivered a powerful vocal, backed by the full band including Eric Reith, Bryan Lakotos, Red Baumgardner and the guitar shapeshifter Rich Reuter.   The SpokenWordWorks portion of the evening was not to be outdone either.  Scott Millsop delivered a Dimmy Jean bit we're still talking about and a Charlieville Report that drew an audible gasp of recognition from the audience.  Bill Mooney turned 75 and gave us a moving moment in a poem.  Paula Unrau read a work of her poetry that contained the marvelous line "the howl of adolescence at full moon cry".  Listen for that. 

We're also offering more details on Weigards Hypothesis regarding resonance between parallel universes.  See Molly Millsop and Mark Jeffers for details. 

Wake Up, Wake Up, Wake Up You Sleepyhead - 1-13-19

Wake Up, Wake Up, Wake Up You Sleepyhead - 1-13-19

February 18, 2019

Smart, tough, passionate, authentic...Listen to Khrys Blank for more details.

Sometimes Sharon Lane is a hurricane force.  Here she shows an easy touch.  Windsor Knotts has a new take on an old classic and it delivers the message.  Matt Byanski and Red Baumgardner (Mini Bingo) front the Roadside Attraction band of Rich Reuter, Eric Reith, and Marceia Cornwell.  Hannah Peterangelo jumped on stage too. Dimmy Jean has bad advice for dinner guests.  Paula Unrau mulls over big ideas and Scott Millsop learns that something that should have happened did not happen.  Mark Jeffers and Molly Millsop walk us around in circles.  You might wind up right back where you started but if you think you're the same you're not paying attention.

You should also check out LiveAtYellowCab.podbean.com for more from Sharon Lane.

 
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Turn Off, Tune Out, Drop By

Turn Off, Tune Out, Drop By

February 18, 2019

With a nod to Timothy Leary, we think it must be time to go some other direction.  But which one?  The Apres Post Modern approach would be to shrug and say it doesn't matter.  But it does matter.

With that in mind, maybe it's time to pull off the road.

The Roadside Attraction is just ahead.