The new owners of Dante’s Bar in Frostburg MD swing by for their first of many appearances on the podcast. They discuss annual events that they host and participate in throughout the year. Get to know your local music and art venue and all of the wonderful weekly events. Check out the links below for more information and the ever-changing schedule of bands, art openings, and kitchen specials. Plan your weekends accordingly!
For a Full Schedule Check Dante’s Bar Website
Bands Mentioned on the podcast:
On today’s show we were lucky enough to interview the founders of the Allegany Allied Arts David Rorabaugh and Eve Soliz. The Allegany Allied Arts hosts the Queen City Film Festival. The fourth year kicks off October 1-4 and is located at the Cumberland MD, Ramada Inn. The Festival features shorts to full length films in many different categories. The official schedule will be released on September 1, 2015 so make sure to plan your films accordingly. BUY TICKETS
Allegany Allied Arts has a busy October Check out all of there events!
Allegany Allied Arts is also hosting a live music event: BUY TICKETS
A Halloween Film event featuring:
Tim Burton’s the Corpse Bride @ 2pm The Rocky Horror Picture Show (celebrating 40 years)
Kyle Blake joins us for todays show, Kyle has been falling in love with classic cars since the day he was born. He is involved with multiple car clubs in the area and is the chairman of the Queen City Region Antique Car Club of America. Kyle has two antique cars he drives on a regular basis and the jewel is “Vivian” an award-winning HOPF (Historic Preservation of Original Features) vehicle. Kyle talks about his dream 1932 car and about a fantastic event in September featuring Model T and Model A Ford vehicles.
Contact Kyle: Blakerestoration@gmail.com
1964 Chevy Belair
Jessica joins us again discussing her Grateful Dead concert experience, and how her artwork helped raise over $13,000 for Head Count.ORG . Jessica recently won a contest designing the new label for a wine by Chateau Diana . Jessica will be a part of an artist booth during the Lockin Fesival .
Jessica will be opening her books again this September at Tattoo Nouveau for her beautiful tattoos.
Meg Romero joins us on today’s show. Meg is an award-winning furniture maker and artist, living and working in Cumberland, MD. Her furnishings inhabit a space with a lively, physical presence. She creates pieces that catch your eye but most importantly are functional.
Make sure to check out her website: Meg Romero Studio
Where it all started… Meg’s First Piece
The Concerto Bench
Today on the podcast we feature Ryan Mullaney from Mountainside Baroque. Ryan talks about this passion project that has been successfully picking up steam over the past five years. Ryan is currently studying for his doctorate in conducting at the University of Washington in Seattle. Ryan makes frequent visits to the east coast and we were lucky he made time for this great interview.
Rob Marker and Jeff Henry are making their second appearance on the podcast together! We have a lively conversation discussing all things vinyl from buying a turntable to what to look for when purchasing a record. If you were ever on the fence on pursing this fun hobby this will hopefully help you make the right decision.