Sunday, March 28, 2010

MUSIC ON THE COUCH ROUNDTABLE

Very excited to be joining a discussion regarding the music industry on a cool blogtalkradio program hosted by Vinny "Bond" Marini called Music On the Couch.

Here's the link:

Music On The Couch Roundtable

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When? The show airs 10pm to 11pm ET on Monday, March 29th.

Details:

A panel discussion with four music aficionados covering where the music industry has come from, where it is now and where it is heading. Joining host Vinny Bond are good friends Starrlight http://absinthedreamers.blogspot.com/, who will bring her wealth of knowledge regarding the newest alternative bands; JohnH http://www.avoicetohear.com/ who has his finger on the pulse of the Indy bands abounding today and Sean Coleman, whose knowledge of Classic Rock is as complete as they come. Dial in as we all sit on The Couch and talk it through.Your participation is also encouraged by calling the show at 1.347.633.9400.

Registration to join in and chat takes just a few minutes and is free. Pre-register here http://www.blogtalkradio.com/register.aspx

Be sure to tune in on Monday evening!

8 comments:

Dan said...

Will there be a pod cast available? (No pun intended) I dont think I can stay up that late on a weeknight. I will have to ask my parents if not ;-)

Bond said...

iTunes page is at http://itunes.apple.com/podcast/id358016657

or listen at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/musiconthecouch after the shows ends

Bond said...

Looking forward to it Sean...

drewzepmeister said...

Caught some of the show! Very interesting discussions! Looking forward to the next one....

Bond said...

You were great- Thanks Sean

Barbara said...

You were an excellent choice for this! I wish I could have heard it live but have a commitment Monday nights. I am going to listen to it now :)

I heard from several sources you were a big hit!

Dan said...

I just listened and it was really cool. You were a bit on the quieter side (problems with your mic) but the discussion was great. Thanks Bond and all of you for discussing these issues. I hope a lot of people hear it. Do you have any idea how many do?

Sean Coleman said...

Thanks all.

My connection must have been dodgy as I could hear everyone else clearly. Lots of fun, though. Definitely would join in again if asked.