Rock Band Minnesota License Plate talks about playing in a band in Old Town Rock Hill.
We talk to Joe Miller, a former Winthrop University professor who makes a living in Old Town by composing and recording music.
We’ll talk to The Arts Council of York County’s Robby Goggins about his passion for music and audio engineering.
Musician and artist Scott Nurkin talks about the changing nature of his work and environment in the information age.
In part two of our conversation with attorney Chris Clark, we’ll get more into intellectual property law. We’ll discuss ownership of ideas, and that changes hands in the legal world.
In part one of our conversation with attorney Chris Clark, we’ll talk about the music industry and how ownership of songs works in the eyes of ye ol’ law.
This week, we’ll talk about what it’s like for musicians building their life in a small town. We’ll talk about opportunity for musical pursuits, how they’ve changed with technology and cultural growth, and explore the personal value of creativity.
We’ll hear all about this weekend’s Underexposed Film Festival in Old Town Rock Hill
Our guest this week is Mike Gentry, the man behind the wheel of Rock Hill’s Courtroom Music Venue
Today’s episode is all about cultural cycles and how they affect your future.