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Promoting New England's finest musical talent, Live at Centre Street is a Podcast where we bridge the gap between the artist and the audience.
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A native of San Diego, California classical guitarist Robby Bell was introduced to music at an early age from his grandfather. Now with a Bachelors from UC Santa Cruz and a Masters from New England Conservatory, Robbie has been carrying the classical torch while carving his own path in the music industry. In our conversation piece we talk about his early childhood traveling as a military brat to his first classical guitar lesson while attending UC Santa Cruz and the professors that helped him define his sound & approach to classical guitar. This is our first classical artist we’ve ever had on the podcast and you surely don’t want to miss it! Robby Bell - Classical Guitar https://robertbellmusic.com Setlist: 1. Capricious Arabe- Francisco Tarrega 2. Montemayor- Federico Torroba 3. Fugue in G minor-Bach 4. La fille Aux Cheveux De Lin- Claude Debussy 5. Gymnopedie No.1- Erik Satie Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
A native of San Diego, California classical guitarist Robby Bell was introduced to music at an early age from his grandfather. Now with a Bachelors from UC Santa Cruz and a Masters from New England Conservatory, Robbie has been carrying the classical torch while carving his own path in the music industry. In our conversation piece we talk about his early childhood traveling as a military brat to his first classical guitar lesson while attending UC Santa Cruz and the professors that helped him define his sound & approach to classical guitar. This is our first classical artist we’ve ever had on the podcast and you surely don’t want to miss it! Robby Bell - Classical Guitar https://robertbellmusic.com Setlist: 1. Capricious Arabe- Francisco Tarrega 2. Montemayor- Federico Torroba 3. Fugue in G minor-Bach 4. La fille Aux Cheveux De Lin- Claude Debussy 5. Gymnopedie No.1- Erik Satie Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Founded in 2015 by lead singer Sam Walukouw, reggae sensation Java Jukebox has been making waves in the Boston music scene with their “Take Me To The Roots” residency at the Middle East Club and opening up for big acts like Mighty Mystic. With one EP already out, the band is anticipating the release of their first full length album in 2019. In our conversation piece we sit down and hear from bandleader Sam Walukouw about growing up in Indonesia and the culture shock of moving to Canton, New York in his teenage high school years while barely being able to speak English. We also talk about his introduction to reggae music and his eventual move to Boston where he immersed himself in the music community and began developing his sound and skills as a songwriter and bandleader. Sammy Walukaow: Vocals and Guitar Alex Meheilavich: Guitar Evad Campbell: Keys Tyler Last: Bass Salvador Pineda Jr. : Drums Seba Molnar: Sax Hoyt Parquet: Trombone Setlist: Mistreatment This Place Unjust Regulation Rise Up Donchu It’s About That Time Paradise Sun is Shinning Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Founded in 2015 by lead singer Sam Walukouw, reggae sensation Java Jukebox has been making waves in the Boston music scene with their “Take Me To The Roots" residency at the Middle East Club and opening up for big acts like Mighty Mystic. With one EP already out, the band is anticipating the release of their first full length album in 2019. In our conversation piece we sit down and hear from bandleader Sam Walukouw about growing up in Indonesia and the culture shock of moving to Canton, New York in his teenage high school years while barely being able to speak English. We also talk about his introduction to reggae music and his eventual move to Boston where he immersed himself in the music community and began developing his sound and skills as a songwriter and bandleader. Sammy Walukaow: Vocals and Guitar Alex Meheilavich: Guitar Evad Campbell: Keys Tyler Last: Bass Salvador Pineda Jr. : Drums Seba Molnar: Sax Hoyt Parquet: Trombone Setlist: Mistreatment This Place Unjust Regulation Rise Up Donchu It’s About That Time Paradise Sun is Shinning Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
A Rhode Island native, trumpeter Julian Dessler had an early introduction to music from his father - a renown touring saxophonist and was always playing records from artists like Steely Dan, Tower of Power to John Coltrane. Now at the age of 28, Julian has already made a name for himself performing with the likes of Terence Blanchard, Antonio Sanchez, Turkuaz, The Main Squeeze, Spiritual Rez, to pop/opera superstar Josh Groban. In our conversation piece we talk about his early years at Indiana State University where he refined his technical skills before transferring to Berklee College of Music where he develop himself as an artist. We also talk about his experiences on tour to being a talent manager for Aloft Seaport in South Boston. Julian Dessler: Trumpet Joaquin Santos: Drums Yuki Kanesaka: Piano Christian “Yogi” Saint-Louis: Bass Setlist: Bright Ave Overcast 401 Ah Yeah Cherokee Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
A Rhode Island native, trumpeter Julian Dessler had an early introduction to music from his father - a renown touring saxophonist and was always playing records from artists like Steely Dan, Tower of Power to John Coltrane. Now at the age of 28, Julian has already made a name for himself performing with the likes of Terence Blanchard, Antonio Sanchez, Turkuaz, The Main Squeeze, Spiritual Rez, to pop/opera superstar Josh Groban. In our conversation piece we talk about his early years at Indiana State University where he refined his technical skills before transferring to Berklee College of Music where he develop himself as an artist. We also talk about his experiences on tour to being a talent manager for Aloft Seaport in South Boston. Julian Dessler: Trumpet Joaquin Santos: Drums Yuki Kanesaka: Piano Christian “Yogi” Saint-Louis: Bass Setlist: Bright Ave Overcast 401 Ah Yeah Cherokee Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Born in Winston Salem, NC, Adam Moore (@addybaddy_) draws influence from traditional American art forms of jazz, blues, country and rock 'n' roll. His debut self produced album "Bootlegs" has been receiving rave reviews due to its collection of feel good grooves, nostalgic lyrics and tasteful guitar lines. In our conversation piece we talk about his southern musical roots, his DIY approach on producing his first album to the experiences and influences behind the music and the lyrics. Adam Moore: Vocals and Guitar Tyler Last: Bass Myles Sweeney: Organ and Piano Salvidor Pineda: Drums Setlist: My Money Aloha Goodbye Look Out Below Nobody's Home Oh My Dig Me Like You Do Livin On The Cheap Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Ep 13: Addy Baddy Live

Ep 13: Addy Baddy Live

2019-02-1928:26

Born in Winston Salem, NC, Adam Moore (@addybaddy_) draws influence from traditional American art forms of jazz, blues, country and rock 'n' roll. His debut self produced album "Bootlegs" has been receiving rave reviews due to its collection of feel good grooves, nostalgic lyrics and tasteful guitar lines. In our conversation piece we talk about his southern musical roots, his DIY approach on producing his first album to the experiences and influences behind the music and the lyrics. Adam Moore: Vocals and Guitar Tyler Last: Bass Myles Sweeney: Organ and Piano Salvidor Pineda: Drums Setlist: My Money Aloha Goodbye Look Out Below Nobody's Home Oh My Dig Me Like You Do Livin On The Cheap Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Chris “Doc” Enright (@doc_enright) is the final featured pianist in our piano mini series. Originally from Bath, Maine, Chris relocated to the Boston area to study music at Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory where he earned a Bachelors and a Masters, respectively. While attending college, Chris was able to study under many influential musicians including Hal Crook and Danilo Perez. Since graduating, Enright has established himself as an in demand pianist/keyboard player in the New England area backing up artists such Steve Memmolo, Louie Bello, and many more. Outside of a busy gig schedule, Chris is an avid music teacher and composer of arrangements of well known cover songs that he produces with other local performers. Videos of these arrangements can be found on his Instagram page, @birdseyekeys. Chris Enright - Piano Setlist: Buster Rides Again On A Clear Day Unrequited Sudoku - Chris Enright Origianal Alarm - Chris Enright Original Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Chris “Doc” Enright (@doc_enright) is the final featured pianist in our piano mini series. Originally from Bath, Maine, Chris relocated to the Boston area to study music at Berklee College of Music and New England Conservatory where he earned a Bachelors and a Masters, respectively. While attending college, Chris was able to study under many influential musicians including Hal Crook and Danilo Perez. Since graduating, Enright has established himself as an in demand pianist/keyboard player in the New England area backing up artists such Steve Memmolo, Louie Bello, and many more. Outside of a busy gig schedule, Chris is an avid music teacher and composer of arrangements of well known cover songs that he produces with other local performers. Videos of these arrangements can be found on his Instagram page, @birdseyekeys. Chris Enright - Piano Setlist: Buster Rides Again On A Clear Day Unrequited Sudoku - Chris Enright Origianal Alarm - Chris Enright Original Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Born and raised in Freeport, Bahamas, pianist Jens Sweeting, moved to the United States to study jazz and contemporary music. In 2010, Jens enrolled at the Players School of Music with a focus in jazz piano. He then continued his studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA earning a bachelors degree in professional music. During and after his time at Berklee, Jens was able to tour nationally and internationally with local Boston reggae artist, Mighty Mystic. Performing in many different genres over the years and intensively studying harmony has enabled Jens to develop a very organic style of teaching. Today, Jens balances a full time career of performing and teaching both kids and adults, all while exuding a positive and caring outlook on music and life. Jens Sweeting: Piano Setlist: Falling Leaves Times Must Change When We're Young Dolphin Dance In a Sentimental Mood Days Of Wine And Roses Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Born and raised in Freeport, Bahamas, pianist Jens Sweeting, moved to the United States to study jazz and contemporary music. In 2010, Jens enrolled at the Players School of Music with a focus in jazz piano. He then continued his studies at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA earning a bachelors degree in professional music. During and after his time at Berklee, Jens was able to tour nationally and internationally with local Boston reggae artist, Mighty Mystic. Performing in many different genres over the years and intensively studying harmony has enabled Jens to develop a very organic style of teaching. Today, Jens balances a full time career of performing and teaching both kids and adults, all while exuding a positive and caring outlook on music and life. Jens Sweeting: Piano Setlist: Falling Leaves Times Must Change When We're Young Dolphin Dance In a Sentimental Mood Days Of Wine And Roses Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Growing up in a musical household, pianist Patrick Carr (@pattersonpanda) absorbed a multitude of musical styles ranging from ragtime to rock. After making the move from his hometown in Pennsylvania to Massachusetts to study contemporary writing at Berklee College of Music, Pat's interests in the music industry expanded to not only performing but to writing, teaching, and tuning pianos. Carr now splits his time between all these different facets in the music industry. Recently, Pat formed his own group, June Bloom, who performs regularly around the Boston area. We dive into all these topics plus much more in our conversation with Pat. Piano: Patrick Carr Setlist: Hello Young Lovers On the Sunny Side Of The Street Invention No.6 Solace Shores Charmaine I'm Confessin That I Love You Night and Day In The Still Of The Night Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Growing up in a musical household, pianist Patrick Carr (@pattersonpanda) absorbed a multitude of musical styles ranging from ragtime to rock. After making the move from his hometown in Pennsylvania to Massachusetts to study contemporary writing at Berklee College of Music, Pat's interests in the music industry expanded to not only performing but to writing, teaching, and tuning pianos. Carr now splits his time between all these different facets in the music industry. Recently, Pat formed his own group, June Bloom, who performs regularly around the Boston area. We dive into all these topics plus much more in our conversation with Pat. Piano: Patrick Carr Setlist: Hello Young Lovers On the Sunny Side Of The Street Invention No.6 Solace Shores Charmaine I'm Confessin That I Love You Night and Day In The Still Of The Night Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
"Music speaks to the soul and brings people together, affecting everyone in their own way. Music is a beacon of hope and peace in this tumultuous world." Sincere and honest words from Boston saxophonist, Seba Molnar (@sebamolnar). Though heavily rooted in jazz, Seba is also involved in funk and reggae bands which enables him to create a wide array of original music that transcends genre. His passion for music also extends to teaching, studio recording, and providing talent for gigs. Through his unrelenting work ethic, Seba has established himself as a go-to saxophonist in the New England area. Seba Molnar: Saxophone Jens Sweeting: Piano Bruno Peterson: Guitar Sahil Warsi: Acoustic bass Christian Saint Louis: Electric bass Ryan Scalia: Drums Sammy Walukaow: Percussion Setlist: Reflection Level Up "A" Town Walk Space Trane The Five Spot Buttered Plums Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
"Music speaks to the soul and brings people together, affecting everyone in their own way. Music is a beacon of hope and peace in this tumultuous world." Sincere and honest words from Boston saxophonist, Seba Molnar (@sebamolnar). Though heavily rooted in jazz, Seba is also involved in funk and reggae bands which enables him to create a wide array of original music that transcends genre. His passion for music also extends to teaching, studio recording, and providing talent for gigs. Through his unrelenting work ethic, Seba has established himself as a go-to saxophonist in the New England area. Seba Molnar: Saxophone Jens Sweeting: Piano Bruno Peterson: Guitar Sahil Warsi: Acoustic bass Christian Saint Louis: Electric bass Ryan Scalia: Drums Sammy Walukaow: Percussion Setlist: Reflection Level Up "A" Town Walk Space Trane The Five Spot Buttered Plums Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Ep 08: ZILLA Interview

Ep 08: ZILLA Interview

2018-09-1754:07

Zilla is what you get when five of the most talented and hard working musicians in Boston band together to write original music. After winning Emerson College's Wax On Felt battle of the bands in 2016, Zilla used their support to record their first EP entitled, "DreamState". Zilla is a self proclaimed "psychedelic love train to outer space" which couldn't be any more fitting after hearing each track from the EP. Backed by unrelenting pocket and low end from Josh Strmic on drums and Tyler Last on bass, explosions of powerful vocal harmonies are sang by Meredith Snyder, Sally Stempler, and Adam Eugene Moore. Cascading guitar riffs in the midst of fun, witty lyrics match the band's playful personality. All of this in combination gives birth to the term, "monster-soul", which is Zilla. Meredith Snyder: Vocals/Piano Adam Eugene Moore: Vocals/Guitar Sally Stempler: Vocals Tyler Last: Bass Josh Strmic: Drums Setlist: Robots Aquarian Under My Spell Giant Spiders Lead Me To The Sun Angel In The Snow Hurry Everybody Knows My Name Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Ep 08: ZILLA Live

Ep 08: ZILLA Live

2018-09-1746:32

Zilla is what you get when five of the most talented and hard working musicians in Boston band together to write original music. After winning Emerson College's Wax On Felt battle of the bands in 2016, Zilla used their support to record their first EP entitled, "DreamState". Zilla is a self proclaimed "psychedelic love train to outer space" which couldn't be any more fitting after hearing each track from the EP. Backed by unrelenting pocket and low end from Josh Strmic on drums and Tyler Last on bass, explosions of powerful vocal harmonies are sang by Meredith Snyder, Sally Stempler, and Adam Eugene Moore. Cascading guitar riffs in the midst of fun, witty lyrics match the band's playful personality. All of this in combination gives birth to the term, "monster-soul", which is Zilla. Meredith Snyder: Vocals/Piano Adam Eugene Moore: Vocals/Guitar Sally Stempler: Vocals Tyler Last: Bass Josh Strmic: Drums Setlist: Robots Aquarian Under My Spell Giant Spiders Lead Me To The Sun Angel In The Snow Hurry Everybody Knows My Name Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Starting as a fun house party band in The Bunker back in 2014, Joe Froeber and The Drunk Monkeys (@thedrunkmonkeys) has since then been making waves in the Boston music scene. In a span of a few months, their self titled album has been featured by Boston Hassle, Sound of Boston, and DigBoston. The first single from the album, "Always Wasted", was featured as one of Dig's songs of the summer. Aside from their music, The Drunk Monkeys are always a blast to be around. Each member makes you feel like you've known them for years. Be sure to check out our conversation after the music segment. Joe Froeber: Vocals, Guitar James Clark: Bass Eddie Scarsella: Drums Jennifer Landi: Vox Braden Williams: Trumpet Alec Hutson: Sax Setlist: Maya Naked Feelin Always Wasted Atlantis Maw Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
Starting as a fun house party band in The Bunker back in 2014, Joe Froeber and The Drunk Monkeys (@thedrunkmonkeys) has since then been making waves in the Boston music scene. In a span of a few months, their self titled album has been featured by Boston Hassle, Sound of Boston, and DigBoston. The first single from the album, "Always Wasted", was featured as one of Dig's songs of the summer. Aside from their music, The Drunk Monkeys are always a blast to be around. Each member makes you feel like you've known them for years. Be sure to check out our conversation after the music segment. Joe Froeber: Vocals, Guitar James Clark: Bass Eddie Scarsella: Drums Jennifer Landi: Vox Braden Williams: Trumpet Alec Hutson: Sax Setlist: Maya Naked Feelin Always Wasted Atlantis Maw Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma Produced by Christian Saint-Louis Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer Co-Producer and Co-Host: Ryan Scalia Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com
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