POM50 Ronda Dale “Rhythm Pretend” + bonus song!

• September 20th, 2018

I'll let Ronda tell you about herself, my very special guest on my 50th episode!:  

I come from Central Virginia, in the piedmont of the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains where most of my family still lives. I’ve traveled around some, gotten some schoolin’, lived in the Northern VA/DC area, Spain, New York City, on a sailboat for a few years, alit on glorious Peaks island off the coast of southern Maine for 12 years, and am now based just outside of Portland, ME.

Throughout my travels, my guitar has accompanied me over hill and dale, on planes, trains, automobiles and buses, to foreign lands, on the high seas. I’ve worn blue collars, white collars, no collars. 

Dealing with some serious health issues in the mysterious autoimmune realm a few years back helped me realize I’m on earth to sing. The road to healing has been transformative, and fun - though not always, especially in the beginning - and fascinating, and has precipitated a streaming flow of hope and percolating possibilities. Now I spend my life’s energy pursuing musical dreams centered around singing and connecting with the audience.

http://rondadale.com/

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POM49 Jim Majka “Never Coming Home”

• September 6th, 2018

Jim Majka, of Windham, Maine is a christian musician and songwriter,  
and his genre is "Alternative Christian".
This is due to the fact that his music cannot easily be classified as  
any specific style heard today.
Married 30 years with three grown children and one granddaughter,
Majka built his own recording studio in his home, under the name of  
"Broken Pick Studios" and has produced two albums. "Home" was released  
in 2014, and "Foolproof" was released in June of 2018
"Never Coming Home" is a song and music video about texting and  
driving and a young 17 year old girl who fails to heed the warnings...
Majka's songs and video are available at his website,  
http://brokenpickstudios.com , as well as links to Bandcamp, and Youtube

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POM48 Kevin Kearns “Sandbags”

• August 8th, 2018

Kevin Kearns is the Seedling Program Director at the Morrison Center in Scarborough and a founding and core member of tje Morrison Sunshine band.

The Morrison Seedling Program employs twenty adults with developmental disabilities in two state-of-the-art buildings known as “the happiest greenhouses in Maine.” Plants are for sale to the public Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–3:30 p.m.

Morrison Center Greenhouses | 60 Chamberlain Rd. | Scarborough | 207.883.6680 | mdcmaine.org

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POM47 The Asthmatic “Mind’s Kernel”

• August 2nd, 2018

The Asthmatic is the nom de plume of Sigrid Harmon, who has been performing around Portland since 2013. https://soundcloud.com/the-asthmatic

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POM46 Justin Brown of Akela Moon “So Long Stranger”

• August 2nd, 2018

AKELA MOON is an original musical project based out of Portland, ME. We blend diverse elements of soul, funk, rock, afrobeat, latin & hip hop into a unique sound. Made up of an experienced group of musicians, many of us have played together before in numerous projects (including the long-standing project THE BEAT HORIZON), our roster allows our music to go in many different directions.

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POM45 Carson Goring of the Fringe Production The Cardboard Countess “Nature’s Lament/Talking to Myself”

• August 2nd, 2018

Carson Goring, 14, is currently starring in The Cardboard Countess, an original play touring in Fringe theater festivals across Canada and the Eastern seaboard. Carson co-wrote Middleschoolandia, in the Hollywood Fringe Festival 2017 when she was just 12. Carson has been acting professionally since she was 9, and has traveled across America with a family swordfighting show. You can see the The Cardboard Countess at the Charlottetown, PEI Fringe Festival in the first week of August, or at the Fundy Bay Fringe in St. John, New Brunswick soon after. To find out more about Carson and her work, go to  carsongoring.com  or thecardboardcountess.com

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POM 44 Philip Earle “Steep Revine”

• July 19th, 2018

Phil aka Philosmaximus just moved to Portland and is interested in performing and getting to know the local scene.

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POM 43 Lia Morisson “9″

• July 19th, 2018

ia is a free spirit and whose art is self-described as glitchcraft/library music/lowbrow experiential home recordings while learning composition.

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POM 42 Jeff Grinner of Noonday Crawlers “Desert of When”

• July 19th, 2018
Noonday Crawlers is a Portland, ME based original band that draws from many styles including rock, blues, americana and psychedelic. Basically it's an amalgamation of rock! Check out the video for 'Tin Foil Hat' at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xmRjv1qp3ic and the album "The Desert of When"  released the summer of 2017 at: www.noondaycrawlers.com

 

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POM 41 Richard John Wallace  ”Big Wide Turn” 

• June 13th, 2018
Urban Americana songwriter from Brooklyn, NY now lives in Portland, ME. 
Favorite songwrtiers: Warren Zevon, SteveEarle, Paul Jay Favorite band: The Mallett Brothers Favorite old band: Jason&theScorchers Favorite new band: Lofi Decibels
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