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3 Questions and a Song

A Music, Arts and Performing Arts podcast featuring William Domiano
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Learn about unsigned bands throughout the world through a very simple method, 3 questions & a song. Tune in as Bill Domiano of the Pennsylvania Rock Show introduces you to unsigned bands from anywhere on the 3rd rock from the sun!


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Miss Freddye 3QS020
Miss Freddye take a shot at 3 Questions & a Song on episode 020! If you could pick one album that you loved, and erase it from your memory and hear it again for the very first time, what album would it be? What is it about the Blues that keeps bringing you to the... The post Miss Freddye 3QS020 appeared first on Build the Scene.
Three questions for SKÄR – Episode 019 If you could design the perfect venue for SKAR to play in, what would it consist of? Can you tell me about the moment that SKÄR came together? What is the hardest piece of music that you’ve ever written? It can be hard because it was tough emotionally,... The post SKAR 3QS019 appeared first on Build the Scene.
9 Stitch Method 3QS018
Three questions for Patrick McElravy – Episode 018 Do you think it is more difficult to play to a track and have to create it ahead of time, than it would be to play live? If I was flipping through my Social Studies page and found a page with 9SM on it, what would that... The post 9 Stitch Method 3QS018 appeared first on Build the Scene.
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Jan 5th, 2019
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Nov 1st, 2019
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