Friday, March 23, 2007

Friday's Live Show Rocked, Literally!

Hey guys!!

The show was a knock out, head over heals, I-love-Arcadia rock out session in the beloved Arc Radio Booth! First up was Kayla Crawford, this cute little freshman with short curles and a husky voice. I barely gave her any time to loosen up, but she sang "cherry tree" very well. Next up, we had Erin Bruno with a knock out voice, Mike Newsom with uncontained charm (he won Battle of the Bands), and then we had Mr. Beaver, Patrick Gleeson with Matt King, who's become a widely known legend on campus (not by musical means..). And, last but not least, we had a band with Jake Scalici and a few of his friends - an instrumental band thus far. They only began practicing on March 1st!! They were amazing. In the crowd outside, there was a birthday girl so, of COURSE I let her in!!! I made everyone sing happy birthday, off tune of course, and handed her a special gift. This show was hot! We had at least fourty watchers outside of the radio booth, and someone who was listening all the way from New Jersy and doesn't go to the school called the radio's phone line and told us it was an amazing show!!! Way to go for support! That was a great transition into a great weekend.

The show rocked, and I loved every second of it!
Thank you for the support guys!

Much Love from the Studio!
Kelley, the Washingtonian

Sunday, March 18, 2007

Friday Madness

Photo Sharing and Video Hosting at Photobucket This Friday we will have four solo artists and one band playing! All performers are Arcadia students, so we're all pretty excited! The show will be recorded and will be put up on, and if all goes well, will be covered on AUTV and in the newspaper.

Much Love from the Studio!

Thursday, March 8, 2007

More Live Performances Coming!

Hey Guys!

Over the past week after recovering from my deadly cold that mutated in my body into something more severe than from my roommate or any of my friends coughing along, I had an epiphany! We've got a recipie for home grown basement music to transform into publicized, acknowledged music: inviting students to perform their own songs sounded like a good idea. Even better, inviting different halls on and off campus (connected to AU) duking it out by rooting for their hall's musician(s) sounded glorious!

We've got a few yes'ums and are waiting for more. When will this happen? The Friday we all get back from Spring Break. The show is from 6 to 8pm.

So, next time you hear "Welcome to the Sean and Kelley Show! Hi, this is Sean, and this is Kelley," I expect excited chills to roll down your back.

With Studio Love, I bid you goodbye.

Saturday, February 17, 2007

Thank You for Listening

Being a DJ on The Arc has been so exciting Sean and I've only had four shows. We've mentioned new findings within the scientific field, covered the Peace Rally and played anti-war songs. On our second show the artist of one of the selected songs was actually tuning in!

I just want to thank everyone for their support by writing Sean and myself, Kelley, messages outside the radio booth and flirting with the glass, whilst flashing everyone inside or texting intimate love notes. We love you.

Our first show was a humbling experience with the new system in place. I’m still a newbie on the show. We just had our fourth show yesterday. Already we’ve had a live performance by Jeremy Ryan, and played local bands’ works along with some students’ demos over the air.

We're talking to local bands and branching out from quaint little Glenside to NY and DC, so we should have more live performances from now on.

Much Love from the Studio!
Sean & Kelley