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  • Rosemary: Missed it 😏
  • mnchesnut: uh
  • mnchesnut: thats sad
  • dave@locochino.com: What's ya'll usual experience on Concert Window? Any issues that you're familiar with seeing? Liz is broadcasting from Heartwood Soundstage's equipment tonight, but we're wondering if you guys and gals have seen similar issues with other streams here.
  • dave@locochino.com: pardon the typos
  • allisonscully: last month's show she gave at home was the worst in months - meaning...lagging/cutting out problems
  • dave@locochino.com: since my email address is my name right now, you can just email any of that feedback to me if you feel like you'd like to contribute
  • gteltschik: Can't speak to your setup, but I attend 2-10 shows a month, and normally no problems
  • dave@locochino.com: that's actually really valuable feedback gteltschik
  • mnchesnut: that don't lag this bad often
  • gteltschik: Allison - the problems with the last show were on Liz's end.
  • dave@locochino.com: you too mnchesnut, thank you. The only way to narrow down the source of any problem is with more data :)
  • jdowling: CU Thurs Liz! Can’t wait!!
  • catrafter: I have yet to have a trouble free concert via concert window. Of course I am out in the sticks
  • gteltschik: She also had audio issues since something was going on with her mic - it always sounded like laptop microphone to me for the whole show
  • mnchesnut: thanks
  • dave@locochino.com: gteltschik, that actually is something we have found the issue to tonight so that will go away. Sorry to have it affect the show tonight
  • mashleyford: I missed the first half but sounds amazing right now and no lag for me.
  • gteltschik: Dave - you seem to be having different experiences on different platforms, so I'd be looking into the codec you're using...
  • Lori Gregory: Dave I'm in Nashville and have never watched a CW show that didn't have issues. But it's all good. I keep coming back!!
  • gteltschik: Dave - you had the same problem tonight? That's interesting since Liz has always had some of the best shows on CW quality wise..
  • Rosemary: The sound has been incredible tonight
  • dave@locochino.com: it's h.264 with MP3, which is pretty standard, but we'll note that
  • mashleyford: I agree with the sound...best ever for a Concert Window.
  • gteltschik: But yeah, after the start, things have been really good. I've had some glitches, but hard to narrow those down
  • gteltschik: Dave - that may not be it, then. It's Greg, by the way. You can get my contact info from Liz if you want to discuss more
  • P. Rib King: Video and audio differ by venue, this one is really pretty outstanding, issues aside.
  • dave-melosh: thank you all for the support and the feedback
  • dave-melosh: thank you P. Rib King
  • gteltschik: And Dave, once you've got your gremlins worked out, I think you'll do great
  • dave-melosh: we are working hard to figure it all out
  • dave@locochino.com: Heartwood Soundstage's goal is to have regular solid-quality broadcasts, so thanks for being a part of building that with us. Follow us at concertwindow/heartwood and catch Marbin next week 10/13 to see the progress that you've contributed to :)
  • mjrovner: agreed on great audio!!!
  • rlambiase: The quality of this show is excellent o my Mac laptop. Full screen resolution great, sync good - multi-camera and great audio.
  • Lori Gregory: Refreshing did the trick each time.
  • dave@locochino.com: we'll note that in-house and with concertwindow's developer team as well Lori, thank you
  • dreitenbach: Great show!
  • Lori Gregory: Thank you Dave.
  • dave@locochino.com: thanks for watching!
  • jaigurudavid: I can google it, but where is HeartWood Soundstage?
  • davidh729 tipped $5!
  • mjrovner: thank YOU
  • Kurt: Great show
  • dave@locochino.com: Heartwood Soundstage is in Gainesville, Florida
  • jaigurudavid: Thanks!
  • Ferrard: tech issues at the start aside, thank y'all for broadcasting this show! And thanks for the songs, Liz!
  • Gerry: good night to all
  • dave-melosh: 619 S Main St.
  • PaulP: Thanks Dave and Bob and Matt
  • dave@locochino.com: thanks for checking it out Paul!

Past shows

  • Liz Longley live @ Heartwood Soundstage - portion of proceeds go to Walk for Alzheimer's

    This show was on Oct 8th, 2017 | 148 people watched
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    • Oct 8
      Love
    • Oct 8
      The sound was spectacular
    • Oct 11
      Thank you all for participating. It was a phenomenal night. Thanks especially to Dave and his crew for making it happen. Most of all, thank you to Liz for a stunningly beautiful performance. I hope that we have the opportunity to work together again in the future. - Wes, CPW Productions, LLC
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  • Liz Longley - Songs for Hurricane Relief <3

    This show was on Sep 20th, 2017 | 158 people watched
    10 Comments - See all
    • Sep 20
      What was your favorite part of the performance? Liz in general is my favorite part. She can sing anything and I'll be happy. The quality of the broadcast and the number of times it dropped out, however, will cause me to recommend another service to her.
    • Sep 21
      What was your favorite part of the performance? Seeing Liz Longley smile and sing. Reminding everyone why she was doing the concert and her excitement as the donations came in were sincere and heartfelt. Amazing music as well!!!
    • Sep 21
      What was your favorite part of the performance?I was very excited to have the opportunity to an end but it took so long to get on… Then I was cut off three times. Last time I couldn't get back on again the very little bit I heard was fantastic… As always. Liz is stellar in her performance in her voic I was very excited to have the opportunity to an end but it took so long to get on… Then I was cut off three times. Last time I couldn't get back on again the very little bit I heard was fantastic… As always. Liz is stellar in her performance and songwriting. Just wish I could've seen more than the two minutes I was able to tune in. But keep me on the list because I'll keep trying if you guys do!
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Bio

Weightless, the new album from acclaimed singer/songwriter Liz Longley, will be released on August 26th via Sugar Hill Records. The winning transformation of her songwriting from the personal into the universal plays brilliantly on Weightless, the highly anticipated follow-up to Longley’s eponymous 2015 Sugar Hill Records debut, which earned accolades from critics, who proclaimed the album “a... more

Weightless, the new album from acclaimed singer/songwriter Liz Longley, will be released on August 26th via Sugar Hill Records. The winning transformation of her songwriting from the personal into the universal plays brilliantly on Weightless, the highly anticipated follow-up to Longley’s eponymous 2015 Sugar Hill Records debut, which earned accolades from critics, who proclaimed the album “a thing of beauty,” (Popdose), and praised her “captivating stories set to tunes that will be running through your head after a single spin.” (American Songwriter)
Longley recorded the 10-song collection in Nashville with Bill Reynolds (Band of Horses, Avett Brothers, Lissie), and she is joined by a vibrant group of musicians including Secret Someones’ drummer Zach Jones, Jimmy Wallace on piano (Gavin DeGraw, Kenny Wayne Shepherd), Dave Roe (Dan Auerbach, Sturgill Simpson) on bass, and the esteemed Kenny Vaughan (Lucinda Williams, Rodney Crowell) on guitar.
Weightless luxuriates in bold pop with rock-and-roll edges. Crunchy, percussive guitars cushion the defiant songbird melodies Longley uses to deliver bittersweet lyrical punches that explore the complexities of relationships, rather than the fairy tale.
While the new album’s triumphant embrace of lush pop-rock marks a musical evolution for Longley, the starkly personal lyrics and clear vignettes that have defined her songwriting to date remain. “The songs I am drawn to singing every night are the ones that carry the most truth, the ones that I relate to no matter where I am in my life,” she explains. “This record is made up of those kinds of songs.”
“What’s the Matter” saunters into dicey relationship questions with confidence, crackling with electric guitar and vocals that are somehow angelic and menacing at the same time. Songs “Weightless” and “Swing” capture two distinct yearnings for freedom, while “Electricity” explores love’s invigorating and maddening buzz.
By vulnerably digging into her own stories, Longley keeps giving the rest of us the words and melodies to share what we feel, but struggle to express. “In the process of writing these songs, I felt empowered and re-focused on what is important in life,” she says. “Songwriting is the cheapest form of therapy. It helps make sense of situations and emotions that aren’t yet understood. Then the hope is that it helps someone else, because everything feels better when you can sing about it.”
Since the release of her self-titled album (2015) Longley has been immersed in writing and tirelessly touring. Longley also curates monthly Concert Window performances featuring her and a special guest, allowing fans a more personal look into her life as Longley broadcasts live from her living room. Liz will tour with her band this fall, with stops including New York, Chicago, Minneapolis, Atlanta, Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, DC, Seattle, Portland and Los Angeles. Full tour dates listed on lizlongley.com

Weightless is out August 26.

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