Radio Venice … Fine Music
Weekly Live Webcast from Breakwater Studios
in Venice, California …
SEASON 4 FINALE CANCELLED
Due to a family emergency we have had to cancel the last Radio Venice show for Season 4 which was due to air on Sunday November 27.
It’s been another fantastic season and we are incredibly thankful for all the fantastic musicians who have performed for us … and for all of you out there … tuning in every week from all over the world!
We will take a break now and return in January 2017 … stay tuned for updates and don’t forget to check out the archives on YouTube or on our website.
Thanks for being a part of Radio Venice – with love from Michael Jost, Tonan Ruiz, Rae Stanton, Roy Edwards and everyone else who has helped us to make this show a reality.
Brought to you by Westminster Arts Club & Breakwater Records. Thanks for supporting independent music!
Bill Burnett is one of LA’s most respected singer-songwriters. He has written songs and special material for Bette Midler, Patti Lupone, Tim Curry, Dean Stevens, Pebbles Flintstone, Bamm Bamm Rubble and Casper the Friendly Ghost, to name but a few. Like everyone else, Bill was deeply inspired by the celestial songwriting of Leonard Cohen and is honored to be included in this special tribute radio broadcast.
Neil Allesee has a unique sound with roots in rock, alternative, jam, funk, and blues; he has developed a tasteful collection of originals.
Allesee has played over 1,000 gigs in the last 5 years and is recording his 2nd solo album currently. Allesee worked the Chicagoland area for over 10 years playing with several different acts. more Neil Allesee»
Franco Esile grew up in Newburyport, Massachusetts. In his late teens he moved into Boston and hired himself out as a bass player to local bands while taking writing courses at the Harvard Extension night school. He briefly attended the Berklee School of Music and studied privately under Charlie Benacos. He’s written and arranged for his own original bands and also written music for poetical theater, including Life After Motown–produced by Nobel Poet Laureate Derek Walcott and ran for five nights at the Boston University Playwrights Theatre, and Where The Red Road Runs, a Native American perspective of the European settlement of the Americas, which ran for six months in a Cambridge theater. more Franco Esile»