But since we were born and raised in New York, we enjoy coming back to catch live shows. This video features Frealane a band based in NYC. The song is called “Never Too Late”. For band info check www.Frealane.com.
After returning to New York we sought business advice from banking professionals including Michael Saccardo of Chase. Michael made us feel comfortable about our decision to go into business for ourselves. Our background is in education, so changing our mindset from teaching to business is integral for our success.
Besides dishing solid financial advice, Michael also gave us a tip on a local group called The Mighty SPECTRUM Band. A few months later, he invited us to our first Rockland Boulders game at Provident Bank Park. After the game the staff allows fans to stay at the Bridge Bar and that is where the band was jamming.
Today’s video features a road side attraction in West Texas. Is Cadillac Ranch an eyesore or an art project? The song is by a band called El Atolón de Funafuti from Argentina. Check out their website www.elatolon.com.ar
But once you get AWOL on the floor at a roller derby bout in Yonkers, all pleasantries are abandoned. She is likely to knock you onto your tailbone or to fly around you half a dozen times like you’re standing stationary. On this video AWOL received perfect blocking and one teammate was kind enough to smash an opposing player to the ground near the end of the jam.
The ladies are skating this Saturday, June 15 at EJ Murray Memorial in Yonkers, NY.
Melissa and I have traveled around the world and I’ve had a chance to shoot live music in Argentina, Iceland, and Ecuador. But this video features something a bit closer to home. The band is The Narrowbacks from Pearl River, New York. You can find more information about them at www.Narrowbacks.com. The band was playing at D&D’s Restaurant & Pub in New City, NY. D&D’s has long been a local favorite and regular acts are brought in on rotation.
The Narrowbacks will be playing this weekend on Sunday, June 9th so check out their website for more details.