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David Golden's urge to do radio started as a kid in New York listening to Mets broadcasts with Bob Murphy, and the big music stations that once dominated the airwaves of the metropolis. Not long after moving to Connecticut, David found WPKN and started living the dream on the area's premiere freeform radio station. Over the years, David has produced many live music programs, including the Sunday Brunch Concert and Radio Vibes, and interviewed a lot of musicians. He brings his passion for live, local music to Local Band Review with the Radio Golden podcast. David can also be seen occasionally playing piano, accordion & melodica with Cinnamon Sky. 

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Live and Local music from Connecticut's original musicians. David brings his passion for live, local music to Local Band Review with the Radio Golden podcast

Download Radio Golden Podcast Ep 6. on Local Band Review  30-04-2012 (33.74 MB)

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Radio Golden Podcast Ep 6. on Local Band Review

  • Radio Golden Podcast Ep 6. on Local Band Review
  • Welcome to podcast #6. We're covering the shoreline from New London to Bridgeport this week, with a detour to Hamden.   

    1. Anne Castellano & Hugh Birdsall—Every Time You Cry—From the Good Sponge Sampler. Anne is an LBR contributor and a New London regular
    2. Hugh Birdsall performs with his bands the Reducers and Dogbite.
    3. FlyinFisch—Flow—Always Dreaming. Adrian Fischer creates joyful soundscapes with spiritual outlook. This is his second release with FlyinFisch.
    4. The Proud Flesh—Tiny Picture Frame—Tiny Picture Frames. The Proud Flesh features the songwriting of Alexander Burnet and Patrick Dalton. It's a spooky kind of Americana that easily bears multiple listening sessions.
    5. Daphne Lee Martin & Raise the Rent—Old Guitar— Dig & Be Dug. Daphne's been singing since she was a kid, and made her first recording when she was 17. Her travels took her to New York and on the Clearwater before settling in New London. The songwriting on her CD Dig & Be Dug is timeless.
    6. Relative Souls—Sanity's a Virtue—Nebulous. This Bridgeport rock-funk outfit has undergone some personnel changes, but they continue to play hard and regularly.
    Thanks for listening. If you want to be included in the Radio Golden/LBR podcast, submit your material along with a description. Get out and support live music!

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Download Radio Golden Podcast Ep 5. on Local Band Review  23-04-2012 (28.65 MB)

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Radio Golden Podcast Ep 5. on Local Band Review

  • Radio Golden Podcast Ep 5. on Local Band Review
  • Radio Golden Podcast Ep 5. on Local Band Review

    We're back with a little more from New London and the Good Sponge compilation, a couple of Hartford bands, and some up-and-comers from Westport. Enjoy!

    1. The Sue Menhart Band - 18 Again. Sue is a Whalie winner and multiple nominee.
    2. Little Ugly - Radio's Blues. I enjoyed their music so much on the last podcast, I had to go back for more.
    3. The Paula G Reality - Wild Man. Originally playing around the area as Kinkslip, this band recently put out an EP. The quartet features vocals by Paula Gallo and the distinctive moog bass of John Lamb.
    4. Michael Cleary Band - When You Get Back. The MCB is Hartford's best-kept secret. They are celebrating their 20th year of making original Groove/Funk/Rock music with a twist. In 2009 MCB was voted Best Jam Band in the Hartford Advocate Readers poll and they are previous winners in the Best Rock and Best Blues category

    Thanks for listening. If you want to be included in the Radio Golden/LBR podcast, submit your material along with a description. Get out and support live music!

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Download Radio Golden Podcast Ep 4. on Local Band Review  11-04-2012 (31.49 MB)

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Radio Golden Podcast Ep 4. on Local Band Review

  • Radio Golden Podcast Ep 4. on Local Band Review
  • It's been a busy week or so since the last podcast, but here's the latest installment. We're emphasizing a couple of tracks from the recently released Good Sponge Sampler, featuring music from the New London area.
    1. Carl Franklin – Waiting for the Summer to Come. Carl is not only a skilled audio engineer, but a musician as well. He plays drums, bass, piano, guitar, and sings.
    2. The Rivergods - Squeezin'. They call themselves “a roots/folk/alt.country/ whatever outfit.” This is a nice song about one of my favorite things.
    3. Matt Miklus and Friends – Long Time Coming. Matt's been around the Connecticut scene a long time, best known for his guitar playing in Hubinger St. He's more of an acoustic guy now. You can hear Matt with the Nameless Trio live on the Sunday Brunch Concert, April 29, 1:00 PM on WPKN 89.5.
    4. Little Ugly – Bag of Bones. The Hartford Advocate's 2011 Grand Band Slam winners show their songwriting prowess here. This is acoustic rock at its finest.
    5. Daria Musk – Ghost. Daria is a singer-songwriter with an incredible voice. She unlocked the potential of the Google+ “hangout” feature, and quickly found a global audience.
    I hope you enjoy these tracks as much as I do. Get out there and support live music!

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