We've talked ad naseum about Facebook vs. Google+ on The Sauce Pod in our first 10 episodes and we'll probably continue to hash it out in future episodes. This video, however, probably explains best. Click 'play' to find out why you are probably going to end up using Google+ instead of Facebook whether you like it or not.
Its a southern invasion on the inaugural episode of the Finger Lakes Music Podcast. We welcome two bands into the studio, the Bumpin' Uglies from Annapolis, Maryland and the Windsor Oaks Band from Raleigh, North Carolina. Also, music from Stone Soul Foundation, Great Scott! and the Talls, and Wells Hollow.
Direct Link to Download: fl-music-pod-episode001-072911.mp3 (82.87 mb, 00:57:32)
Featured artists in order of appearance:
.::. Stone Soul Foundation Website | Facebook
.::. Great Scott! & The Talls Website
.::. Bumpin' Uglies MySpace | Facebook | Twitter
.::. Wells Hollow Website | MySpace
.::. The Windsor Oaks Band Website | Facebook | Twitter
If you would like your music featured on an upcoming episode please send us your music to:
FingerLakes1.com c/o Music Pod, P.O. Box 85, Seneca Falls, NY 13148 or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Sauce Pod Universe on FingerLakes1.com is growing as Tony Sometimes welcomes Rudy P. Ringtone into the FL1 Studio for a new monthly local music podcast. The Finger Lakes Music Pod will feature selections from homegrown talent and bands touring through the Finger Lakes region. Interviews and artist spotlights will also be included in the hour-long podcast.
Sponsored by Bull's Run Grille & Alehouse in Seneca Falls, the podcast will debut with the first installment later this week and will feature interviews with the Bumpin' Uglies, an Annapolis, Maryland based trio who recently performed at Bull's Run and The Windsor Oaks Band from Raleigh, NC who are currently on a 60 date tour of the eastern seaboard. Also on tap are selections from Stone Soul Foundation, Wells Hollow, and Great Scott! and The Talls.
For Dandy Aaron D... This is how they did it at Adams College in the 80's.