You may remember me chatting with Chris Watts about a month ago, but if you don’t, I suggest you check out that interview and learn a bit about this amazingly talented musician’s backstory. When we sat down at Frothy on 8th a few weeks ago, we talked a little bit more in depth about his […]Read more "Across the Table with Chris Watts"
Hailing from Portland, CT, Shawn Byrne and I first bonded over our Connecticut roots; his from birth, mine from college. We talked about his life growing up. How his father was a part-time musician and full-time lineman for a local power company. “My dad worked sixty hour weeks and pursued his band on the weekends. It […]Read more "Across the Table with Shawn Byrne"
Hailing from Maine, Pete Kilpatrick grew up with a deep-rooted passion for melody. He taught himself acoustic guitar at age 16 and thus began his journey into the wild and wonderful world of music; a journey that includes over 1,400 shows, stage time with Dave Matthews Band and the prestigious “Maine’s Best Act” not once, […]Read more "Music Talk with Pete Kilpatrick"
Sean Rogers is a family man as much as he is a business man, a musician as much as he is an engineer and a talker as much as he is a listener. During our chat at Frothy Monkey I learned so much about Sean’s life and his musical journey. He worked for eight years […]Read more "Across the Table with Sean Rogers"
Based in Nashville, Chris Watts had his fair share of obstacles that led him to finding a love with music. “Without the darkness, I doubt we’d see the stars,” he’s quoted as saying in his full biography on his website. His latest album released on March 18th is entitled, The God’s Own Truth, and touches on topics […]Read more "Chatting with Chris Watts"
Miklo is a duo on a mission to shake up Nashville’s roots and add their California flare to the music scene. Chris & Kyle were childhood friends and had been wrapped up in music since they were teenagers. Kyle was in another band and toured the world, while Chris pursued music school in L.A.. Kyle […]Read more "Across the Table with Chris of Miklo"
Joanna Yaeger has been singing since she could talk, openly admitting when we met last week at Frothy; “family and friends couldn’t shut me up.” “I used to be a lot more shy,” she confessed. “At five years old I proclaimed I was going to be a singer, but I would always hide behind doors […]Read more "Across the Table with Joanna Yaeger"