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Internet show hosted by Lois NG Mix of artists and genres, live DJ
GREETINGS MUSIC LOVERS !!! Tune into the Wednesday evening Global Independent artists show tonight on the Mr G spot on Knysna Fm from 6 to 9pm +2GMT (9am to noon Pacific Standard Time)......soooooo much amazing talent featured tonight !!! ...so tune in....join and SUPPORT our amazing artistic music family !!!....remember....with music...there are no borders or boundaries....and this show is about the ART not the Industry !!! (Global Audio Streaming Link Below)
Hosted by Chris Duval on Splash Radio, International Indie artists featured by Chris with commentary
Radio broadcast Indie Music
Wayne Greenstone HELLOOOOO !!! GREETINGS INDEPENDENT ARTISTS AND MUSIC LOVERS !!! Tune into the Wednesday evening Global Indie show tonight on the Mr G spot on Knysna Fm from 6 to 9pm +2GMT (9am to noon Pacific Standard Time)......soooooo much amazing talent featured tonight !!! ...so tune in....join and SUPPORT our amazing artistic music family !!!....remember....with music...there are no borders or boundaries !!!
Label: Endless Records
Manager: Quentin Whysend, Harrison Penprase,Harlan Wilcox
Bio: Acoustic Lighting has performed for 40 years throughout America and lives in Yukon today. He plays a 1967 Gibson J-45.The guitar reflects the wear and tear of the travels thru the nation sharing his songs. Acoustic Lighting has played redwood forest logger's bars and North Beach,San Francisco bis...See Full Bio
ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh i am headphoned in and listening to ACOUSTICLIGHTING and diggin the folks that got my vibe. Acoustic Lighting+
“Fred Rucker is Acoustic Lighting. The Yukon good old boy has performed for the past 40 years,honing his songs for this, his debut album. And you can tell from the quality and emotion within these songs. From the clashing Beatle-esque opening chords of 'Too Far, Too Fast' to the wonderful 'Sayin' Goodbye' Fred takes you on a journey of the soul. And that's where all of Freds songs come from lots of experience from life and business from California to New York. He used to sell 45s and tapes so he's had extensive experience of selling other peoples music....now...it's his turn, despite not having too much opportunity to play his songs within his home city of Oklahoma,he says there isn't the kind of network to do that. He did set up an open mike night in the late 70's to try and combat this, which was successful for a while. Fred describes his career as nobody to wannabe and back again,which he is being kind of unfair to himself, humble to the last we'll let his songs speak for him, the”