We spent a lovely evening with our Tourism Commission and other concerned citizens. The discussion about Tourism, Murals, and Outdoor Concerts was so engaging that we thought we would share it with you!
While it is a long episode, every second is worth it.
Here are some links that go along with what was discussed during the meeting:
Musician Jeff Parker shares stories on this week’s Berea Podcast. From playing guitar when he was six to playing Carnegie Hall, Jeff talks about the impact that music has had on his life. To hear more stories and hear him play, come to a benefit concert for the Kentucky Guild of Artists and Craftsmen on July 14th, 2018 at Brock Auditorium in the Coates Building at EKU in Richmond, Kentucky.
What is it like to grow up in a small town like Berea Kentucky? Listen in and learn about what members of the Berea Band, Turning Age, have been able to do while they grew up in our small town. Hear about their upcoming concert on June 15 and a sample of their music.
Here are the members of Turning Age gathered around the dinner table as I interview them before their last Saturday practice before their June 15 concert.
Turning Age holding a poster of the Rollergirls of Central Kentucky.The Band proudly displays the poster of the Rollergirls of Central Kentucky. Turning Age serves as their house band for their home games.
Make sure to click the green triangle in the episode player above to hear the band introduce themselves.
The music of Berea’s own John Harmon is featured on this week’s Berea Podcast. Listen to this week’s episode and enjoy a selection of his music. Go to www.thebereapodcast.com/johnharmon for more! If you are a musical artist and would like to be featured on the show email email@example.com.
Want to know more about John and his music? Here are a few links to help you out:
To hear the podcast episode just click the green play button above.
Rainbow Star is a local musician often sharing songs based here in Berea. Her talent and heritage is why we are featuring her this week on The Berea Podcast. The songs featured in this episode were recorded in her kitchen. You may know the fiddle playing or the voice on the song, ‘Berea’ – that is Sam Gleaves (you can find his work at www.samgleaves.com)
The Jeff Richey Experience is featured on this week’s Berea Podcast. Listen to this week’s episode and enjoy a selection of their music. If you know of a band you would like featured on the show email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click on the green arrow above in the player to hear the show!
Here is The Jeff Richey Experience’s next concert:
Berea is in the running for a second Levitt AMP Music Series Grant! Berea’s Ali Blair came by to talk about the successes of last summer’s concert series and shares how to vote for Berea for a second summer concert series grant.
Fritz Schindler performed for Berea Community Elementary School on October 13th, 2017. Listen to this week’s episode of The Berea Podcast to hear part of the concert. Afterwards Fritz and Troy talk about what BCES was like back when he was in school, his life’s journey since Fritz called Berea home, and Fritz offers advice for us to rage against indifference.
Click the ‘Play’ button below to hear this head-to-head episode!
Are you excited about your Summer? Which are you more excited about: the Levitt AMP Summer Concert Series or the approved budget from the Berea City Council. Find out who wins when we talk all about it.
The City Council has an active online presence. Here are some links that you should know about: