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  • Peneleapai: aye, singer songwriter.
  • Peneleapai: and onetime Traditional singer/musician (still gets call'd for regularly tho) Yourself?
  • Sassy55: Heard of Anais Mitchell? Check out The Brightness her album or her folk oper Hadestown. She is always in Ireland too. Much beloved
  • Sassy55: Who do you listen to?
  • Sassy55: Check out Rhiannon Giddens. From Carolina chocolate drops. Started as a Celtic musician
  • Sassy55: I'm a music teacher and music librarian
  • Peneleapai: i don't listen to many; i've four bairn and a cupla projects on the go. Lifelong Artist ... still trying to master the Balance+Be Efficient angle tho haha
  • Peneleapai: CArolina Choc Drops rings a bell. I'm sure someone else put me on to them!
  • Peneleapai: Haven't heard of Anaïs Mitchell i don't think. Thanks. Ooh, "Volk Oper"? Sounds exciting!! (I direct'd accapella choirs for a while!)
  • Peneleapai: i'm afraid my tastes are a bit ho-hum, since i'm not a big youtube or otherwise surfer;
  • Peneleapai: Have always loved the voices of Iarladh O'Lionaird and Martin Hayes, and Cara Dillon.... haha boring ould Irish lads eh!
  • Sassy55: Perhaps the best musician in Boston is a singer named aiofe o'donovan. She was in a band called Crooked Still. She graduated from New England Conservatory jazz department but sings Celtic slash American music. She is an extraordinary musician.
  • Sassy55: Thanks I will look those up
  • Peneleapai: LAtely i discoverd Manu Chao, and Anoushka Shankar. Couple more on the tip of me tongue.....
  • Peneleapai: och, those i mention'd are like decades old! :) (But aye, if you have yet to hear them, you ought!)
  • Sassy55: Balance. Breathe. Not easy. Nice tenor here
  • Peneleapai: ooh also we have Zoe Conway, i'm sure you Maybe heard her? She first played fiddle and sang with Rodrigo y Gabriela (mexican percussive guitar duo who were based in Dublin for a while)
  • Peneleapai: Will keep eye out for Aoife O'Donovan, Anais Mitchell, Rhiannon Giddens (of Carolna Choc Drops), and Lefsetz Letter....
  • Peneleapai: thankx!
  • Sassy55: Oh anyone else out there? Berkeley courses are online free through COURSERA. Improv with Gary Burton, songwriting with Pat Pattison. Amazing to offer this for free! Check it out all you international folks. Pat Pattison is THE MAN songwriting coach. G
  • Sassy55: Berkleeeeee not california
  • Peneleapai: aye not Berkeley CA. But Berklee MA. right?
  • Sassy55: Yes. Berkleeeee
  • Sassy55: She's got the funk
  • chairston925: Okay Robert Gould Experience you rocked it tonight.
  • chairston925: The RG EXP is the best. Loved the Stay jam
  • Marianne: RG Experience is awesome! Love the new single Stay!
  • LeeDiehr just tipped $1
  • gordy: Audio?
  • stray cat: iley
  • stevieK: ?
  • juba: everyone should check out Duppy Conquerors at Hard Rock tomorrow night. and EVERY Monday night at Sally O'Briens in Union Square!
  • juba: strictly Marley & Wailers, strictly good vibes and great musicianship
  • MichaelEd - - - otr @Folk Alliance KC: Hello from Texas.
  • Melissa: Can hear the techs over the internet. Please make it stop.
  • juba: oh no, someone needs to tell them ASAP that their camera people's mics are coming through!!!
  • juba: aaaaaaaaaaahhhhhhhhh
  • gordy: MichaelEd, are you there?
  • ook: wow, way to butcher a broadcast, TD
  • MichaelEd - - - otr @Folk Alliance KC: gbmcneil sorry, was checking other shows.
  • MichaelEd - - - otr @Folk Alliance KC: Better now?
  • ook: oosum. tyvm!
  • gordy: We may be okay now, The techs had their mics on.
  • juba: :)
  • MichaelEd - - - otr @Folk Alliance KC: Yep, happens to the best now and then.
  • Melissa: The techs are alive and well and broadcasting...
  • juba: we can still hear them......
  • ook: sigh.
  • MichaelEd - - - otr @Folk Alliance KC: So sorry. Trying to get a message to them.
  • MichaelEd - - - otr @Folk Alliance KC: So sorry. Trying to get a message to them.
  • gordy: I tried calling them. No answer.
  • Melissa: thank you for trying details, details, details
  • MichaelEd - - - otr @Folk Alliance KC: Our apologies. Berklee is usually right on top of things. This is not the norm.
  • Austin City Jams (kirby): Looks, sounds great from here!
  • MichaelEd - - - otr @Folk Alliance KC: Hi Kirby.
  • mje@iirx.net just tipped $1
  • mje@iirx.net: Thanks for ja music Mon!
  • mje@iirx.net just tipped $1
  • mje@iirx.net: I love ya!
  • gordy: What would you call that earlier piece? Reggae jazz?
  • mje@iirx.net just tipped $1
  • mje@iirx.net: Good stuff, my vibration is higher now!
  • mje@iirx.net: Peace be with all of you!
  • ook: matt had an earlier band incarnation that called their stuff "acid reggae"
  • lmartine1: is this on?
  • cwsupport: Not yet, it looks like folks at Berklee have not started the broadcast yet.
  • CarolynA: Wonder if they are just "still seating" audience, or if the show is really at 9 instead
  • CarolynA: Just thought to check the Berklee website. A note about being closed today due to snow and this: POSTPONED: Queen Boudicca: A Metal Opera POSTPONED: This event has been postponed until March 7 at 8 p.m.
  • CarolynA: Guess there was noone there to update Concert Window
  • cwsupport: Hmm.. Thanks for that info Carolyn.
  • slam: well its 9pm where i am
  • slam: im in eastern canada
  • Jim in San Diego: Is there a performance today? Or is this a conceptual piece? "Blue Stage with Musical Instruments."
  • cwsupport: Well the performance isnt scheduled to begin until 8pm Eastern.. so.. still 10 minutes or so to go.
  • hello: where do the tips go after I tip a dollar in here?
  • JayDES44: usually 70/30 - Berklee/concert window, but not sure if this case how Berkely/artist split the 70% . Maybe someone else knows.
  • JayDES44: ...but I am loving this for sure...
  • hello: Interesting since at least 2 of these guys teach there... I wonder if they see anything or goes directly to berklee's bank..
  • hello: and yeah! this tribute's killin'
  • JayDES44: Audio is damn great too - thank goodness.
  • JayDES44: wooooooooooo
  • JayDES44: ...but I ramble on...
  • stevieK: indeed 8-)
  • stevieK: a better page cover than plant - but still great!
  • JayDES44: heh, got my adrenaline flowing & heart pounding pretty sweeet on a Monday night - whoda thunk! :)
  • burlaplive: hey JeyDes
  • JayDES44: howdy Bob!
  • JayDES44: Can't resist me some Zeppelin :)
  • burlaplive: have ya seen the video of kids playing Zep on xylophones?
  • JayDES44: no, i'll check it...on youtube I guess?
  • burlaplive: it's out there somewhere, shoot me an email and I'll get the link to you
  • JayDES44: k
  • burlaplive: these guys are excellent
  • JayDES44: ahhh, high school days...although, I'd prob like this no matter what.
  • JayDES44: Yeah, someone earlier said at least 2 of them teach at Berklee. Either way, I think they are great also.
  • burlaplive: headed out...good seeing ya and thanks again for stopping by Sat
  • JV_professor: Doing Zeppelin Justice ! Great Job Uncle Joe and Company ! Berklee = Talent !
  • JayDES44: wooooooooooo hooooooooooo
  • JayDES44: PERFECT Finish!!
  • jennifer-banovic-tomasiak: Matt, are you on?
  • mban24: hi jen. on now. can we watch this later, or must be live?
  • jennifer-banovic-tomasiak: I think must be live
  • jennifer-banovic-tomasiak: Taught him everything he knows :)
  • mban24: i have no video. just a freeze of some guy in a ball cap at the mic. audio sounds good though
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Located in the historic Back Bay, the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) is at the core of Boston's entertainment and cultural community. Showcasing over 200 events each year, the BPC may just be the busiest theatre in Boston, and it is certainly the most unique. Owned and operated by Berklee College of Music, the BPC hosts concerts by talented students, faculty, and visiting artists, as well as... more

Located in the historic Back Bay, the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) is at the core of Boston's entertainment and cultural community. Showcasing over 200 events each year, the BPC may just be the busiest theatre in Boston, and it is certainly the most unique. Owned and operated by Berklee College of Music, the BPC hosts concerts by talented students, faculty, and visiting artists, as well as a wide variety of productions presented by outside promoters, arts presenters, and community organizations. Events at the BPC span every musical genre and represent a broad range of countries and cultures, from traditional artists to contemporary innovators defining the future of music.

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