Wednesday, January 21, 2009

DigiVegas 124 - David Martinez Band

My guest this week is David Martinez, and his drummer, Johhny Ramos, from Corpus Christi, TX. The new, debut CD was released on january 20, and we will listen to tracks off of it, as well as have a few copies to give away. All you have to do is call the DigiVegas Skype-in line or email me. Tell me you want it. It's just that simple.

First come, first served. (That ought to teach you to subscribe to the show! )

Download the show's MP3 FILE here.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

DigiVegas 123 - Liquor Boxx

My guest this week is Chicago band Liquor Boxx. These guys play just straight up rock 'n roll, no chaser. What really impressed me about them is the decision they made to just "go for it". They hopped in their van one summer with only a single non-paying gig booked, and decided to stay on the road for several months. They booked as they went. That takes some serious stones if you ask me. Check them out on episode 123 of DigiVegas.

Download the show's MP3 FILE here.

Check them out on their Myspace Page.

Find their music on Liquor Boxx

Wednesday, January 7, 2009

DigiVegas 122 - Femi

My guest this week has been performing in the Oakland, CA underground scene for years. Her music has been defined as neo-funk & soul but its roots go much deeper with an infusion of afro-latin/carribean rhythms, jazz, hip-hop, salsa and rock, blending perfectly to create a unique sound all her own. Her debut solo CD Sweet Water Soul is impressing music lovers and critics alike. (That doesn't necessarily mean that critics are not music lovers or that music lovers aren't critics...) FEMI joins me on episode 122 of DigiVegas to share her music, her history, her thoughts on music education, as well as her desire to have the show's fans name my drum kit! I've had the thing for about 3 years now, and it never dawned on me to name it, um...him... her.

Download or listen to the show's MP3 FILE here.

Check out Femi on her WEB SITE


her music is for sale at Femi or at

Thursday, January 1, 2009

DigiVegas 121 - The Respectables

Melodic Power Pop? Sure, but with a Detroit difference. With raspy vocals, nitro-fueled guitar solos, straight ahead four-on-the-floor drums, the assembly line is now cranking out brand new Motor City rock in it's finest traditions. Songs that get to the point in a hurry and stay with you long after the three minutes are over. R-E-S-P-E-C-T for The Respectables? Absolutely!

Check them out on episode 121 of DigiVegas!

Download the show's MP3 FILE here.