A Royal Flush of Legendary Proportions

It’s one of those places worthy of a pilgrimage if you’ve never been. When I was very young, I used to sit in my grandmother’s attic apartment and listen to my brother’s cassette tape of U2’s live concert that was recorded there. I remember later seeing that same concert on TV and being amazed at more →

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A Sense Of Place

There’s no doubt about it – where you are can have a huge effect on who you are as a person at any point in time, as well as who you become as you continue to grow older. The same goes for music. Place plays a huge role in how music is formed. An environment more →

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Another Lesson In Less Is More

A little bit can go a long way. Many times so much further than “a lot.” An old friend that was my first Afro-Cuban drumming teacher back in the 90’s taught me that, and it has stuck with me ever since. I’m reminded of that lesson time and time again working here at eTown. I more →

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A Small (and Wonderful) World – Two Legends This Week

Every now and then, an unlikely pairing of artists at an eTown taping reminds me of just how magical things can go down during production. On the surface, pairing an 84-year-old composer, writer and poet with a singer/songwriter like Steve Earle might seem like an ambitious undertaking, and while it certainly was in some aspects, more →

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Taking a Step Back, While Looking Down From Above

It’s been a while since eTown has hit the road for a taping far away from our solar-powered musical clubhouse – eTown Hall. In some ways we’ve grown accustomed over the last couple of years to having everything right where we need it. It’s pretty cool to have a facility that will afford the production more →

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A Garden of Variety From Our Region To Yours

Something happens to me every spring as the weather begins to warm, and the chances of snow become fewer and further between. I’m sure I am not the only one who gets the overwhelming sensation of newness, of starting fresh, shifting concentration to health and well being. It’s hard not to feel this way when more →

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eTown Back from the Road at EXPO West

eTown just got back from Anaheim where we were the featured event on Saturday night at the Natural Products Expo. Our show, which was a benefit for the non-profit organization Just Label It, raised over $100k for the effort to pass mandatory GMO labeling laws. Our guests included Ziggy Marley & his band, The Both more →

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