Spokane Regional Networking, Social Media, Professional and Business Development
Share information about the local music and nightlife scene.
Latest Activity: Nov 28, 2012
Started by BethAnn Long Nov 28, 2012.
Started by Michael Lovas Oct 1, 2012.
Started by Kim Brown. Last reply by Kim Brown Apr 12, 2012.
You know, let me check on that....good question! I would think they would be fine but I will make sure. And thank you!
No, we haven't composed any originals yet - though Andrew Wilson has a few that I suppose might get recorded in the future. Some of our material is old enough that you don't have to worry about copyright or BMI. For instance, Some of These Days (not on the CD) is the first American standard, written about 1910. Copyright starts about 1923. If we record anything that old, I'll let you know. Unless you aren't accepting public domain tunes either...
Great! We like it too! Hope they have a packed house...sell a lot of Cd's...are these original swing songs? We are looking for some original music to add to our NightOur Radio program. They get national exposure...all free! No pay to play.
Wow - Thanks Kim!! :) Post looks great on SpokaneNightOut.com!
Thank you for posting this Garrin....Hot Club of Spokane has a profile on SpokaneNightOut.com. I posted this and will share with all of our followers!
Tonight at The Glover Mansion, CD Release party for Hot Club of Spokane. 7pm doors. $10 cover for adults. Students/Seniors half off cover. Children under 12 FREE. Special deal: 2 adults plus a CD for $25 ($10 savings). Music from 7:30pm to 9pm. Hot Club of Spokane plays music from the 30s and 40s, and features a 9pc band, with fiddle sensation Andrew Wilson. One of the areas top bands, and a rare treat to see all 9pcs in one place! (Most festivals, etc only have funds to hire the 5pc version.) Hope to see you tonight!
Thanks for the suggestions! I've made contact with the Blues Society in the past and have made some headway there, specifically, adding a "Blues" genre to the library's music shelving system to make that music easier to find and also soliciting input for purchase suggestions to make sure we have a great blues collection... As for a centralized place for purchasing local music, I'll send you a message here in a bit so that we can set up a chance to kick this around!
Great information Karen...thanks for sharing!
Mark, I would be glad to visit with you about music in Spokane. There are some obvious choices for organizations to connect you with musicians - The Musician's Local has a great database of musicians in many genres, the Blues Society, Spokane Folklore Society and others connect directly with musicians have events to promote gigs and the products including CD's. There are others like Verne Windham at Spokane Public Radio who make it a point to know what is going on in local recording. You can get the arts organization list off our website at www.spokanearts.org under resources. Please feel free to connect with me at the Spokane Arts Commission office, too. This sounds fun. You may have to go see and a whole bunch of live music to fully understand this and do a good job. :)
Although it shows up in the text of the link you just posted, when I click on it the link is missing the colon after the https. When I put it in manually it works as it should...
As for the library piece, I do the purchasing for our music collection and what I need in order to start adding more local content is a central place where I can place my orders. If your site is going to do just that, well, we should grab a cup of coffee and have a chat!
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