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Arch City Radio Hour: The Reverbs, John Maxfield And Brothers Lazaroff's Hanukkah Hullabaloo

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John Maxfield

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Nick Garcia (L) interviews John Maxfield (R) for Arch City Radio Hour.

Nick Garcia talks to singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and producer John Maxfield about coming back from an early nearly fatal injury to becoming a full-time musician, and how he used a video to reach a wider audience and parlay that into expanding his music career.  He'll play a few new tunes from his forthcoming album.

Songs performed:

Four Shots

Silver River

Not That Kind (bonus cut on extended interview)

EXTENDED INTERVIEW:

 

John Maxfield on Twitter

John Maxfield on Facebook

John Maxfield's website

Brothers Lazaroff's 3rd Annual Hanukkah Hullabaloo

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David (L) and Jeff (R) Lazaroff of Brothers Lazaroff.

Brothers Jeff and David Lazaroff aren't afraid explore new ground.  Their band, Brothers Lazaroff, started out in an Americana/roots vein, but over time expanded their sound to include elements of house music, hip-hop and noise while maintaining a consistent songwriting style.  Since 2011, the brothers, along with a group of family, friends, bandmates and fellow musicians, have put on an annual Hanukkah Hullabaloo.  This year, they continue that tradition on Wednesday, Dec. 4 at Plush on Locust. St. Louis Public Radio's Mike Schrand sat down and talked to them about the event.
 
More information about the Hanukkah Hullabaloo here.

 
Brothers Lazaroff on Facebook

 
Brothers Lazaroff on Twitter

The Reverbs

Mikey Wehling once was the de facto member / main songwriter of The Reverbs, but tells Nick Garcia the band is now a "loose democracy" and describes the evolution of the band.  He and his cohorts will serenade us with a few songs from their upcoming album, Crystal Dolphin which they're currently recording as of this writing (November 2013)

Songs Performed:

Dead Hyacinth

Skies of the World

Crystal Dolphin
 
Water's Edge (bonus track on extended interview)

EXTENDED INTERVIEW:

 

 
The Reverbs on Facebook

 
The Reverbs on Twitter

 
The Reverbs Website
 
 

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Mike Schrand began his radio career at St. Louis Public Radio as a live recording intern from 1986 to 1988. From 1988 to 1992, he acted as Jazz ‘Till Dawn producer and host and weekend announcer, occasional engineer for Jazzstream With Walter Parker and Jazz Unlimited and Morning Edition engineer and producer. From 1992 to 1995, Schrand worked in the corporate world, but returned as a weekend announcer in 1995. In 1996, Schrand was hired as St. Louis Public Radio Traffic Director and was promoted to Assistant Program Director in 1998 and Program Director in 2001. In his spare time he writes, sings, and plays bass in the local roots quartet Salt Of The Earth, and enjoys down time with his family in St. Louis City.

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