Posts tagged with “roadworkahead”

Road Lessons: Connecting with the Human Side of Music

Posted on October 13 2016 by Michelle Bacon

When you have 3000 miles to stare out of the window of a moving van (see above), it gives you a lot of time to think. After interviewing four touring acts (see our Road Work Ahead series) and recently spending a week with my own band (Chris Meck and th... [Read More]

Road Work Ahead: The Bad Ideas’ Best Idea: Cheat Death and Keep Touring

Posted on August 25 2016 by Michelle Bacon

Feature photo: Bruno Petit For a band, the siren song of touring can feel part reward, part obligation. Our four-part series follows four area bands and takes you into their vans and venues to find out what it’s really like to hit the open road. Re... [Read More]

Road Work Ahead: It Takes Three

Posted on August 18 2016 by Michelle Bacon

For a band, the siren song of touring can feel part reward, part obligation. Our four-part series follows four area bands and takes you into their vans and venues to find out what it’s really like to hit the open road. Read Part 1 with Nicholas St. James... [Read More]

Road Work Ahead: A Couple That Plays Together Stays Together

Posted on August 11 2016 by Michelle Bacon

For a band, the siren song of touring can feel part reward, part obligation. Our four-part series follows four area bands and takes you into their vans and venues to find out what it’s really like to hit the open road. Read Part 1 with Nicholas St. James.... [Read More]

Road Work Ahead: The Logistics and Loneliness of a One-Man Folk Act

Posted on August 4 2016 by Michelle Bacon

For a band, the siren song of touring can feel part reward, part obligation. Our four-part series follows four area bands and takes you into their vans and venues to find out what it’s really like to hit the open road. It’s often said that touring can... [Read More]

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