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HomeStage: Connie Deming

Jun 19, 2020

Connie Deming is sitting at her mom's old piano for this edition of HomeStage. She thinks about all we've gone through and dedicates a tune, "Water," to all of us.

It's another debut alert! The new album by the The Fox Sisters, "Bust Out," is now...out. And, HomeStage gets to debut the video for the first song on the album, "The Song I Sing."

HomeStage: Fred Costello

Jun 12, 2020

The Rochester Red Wings are a huge part of summertime in Rochester. Hot Dogs, soda, popcorn, sunshine, green grass, and of course, the fantastic music played by Red Wings organist Fred Costello. We called him up to HomeStage to play a few tunes, and make it sound a little like summer.

With no baseball - for now - WXXI is filling the gap by broadcasting the final regular season game at Silver Stadium on Father's Day at 1 p.m. Were you there?

HomeStage: Woody Dodge

Jun 9, 2020

Like most bands during quarantine, Woody Dodge hasn't been practicing together. But, that doesn't mean they're not staying busy. The group released a new album, and has been writing new songs, including this tune they're debuting on HomeStage, "Love in the Wilderness."

HomeStage: Laura Lentz

Jun 3, 2020

During times where we're separated from people and we're being a bit more intentional with our communication with each other, flutist Laura Lentz plays some pieces that capture what we're all experiencing.

HomeStage: The Demos

May 22, 2020

Here's a little Q&A with Jason Milton from The Demos before the group performs "Meet at Night" for you on HomeStage. The group consists of Jason Milton, Caela Moore, Callan Saunders, Jeremiah O’Reilly, and Alex Durr.

HomeStage: Sulaco

May 15, 2020

While the shutdown is not allowing Sulaco to perform live, it's not stopping them from performing together. All five members got together - virtually - for this unreleased song, "Cutup," performed for HomeStage!

Kearstin Piper Brown is not only an announcer on Classical 91.5, she's also an opera singer. She was scheduled to sing in a new opera at Lincoln Center before the shutdown happened. So now, she's performing for you on HomeStage.

There's a new album out by The Heavy Love Trust's titled "Always Kinda Nothing". Check it out on your favorite streaming platform. 

To mark the release, we've got The Heavy Love Trust's Benton Sillick with us on HomeStage to play the only song he's written during quarantine.

HomeStage: Yellow Kite

Apr 29, 2020

Have you ever loved someone that had emotional and anger issues? That was the motivation behind the song "Shrine" by Yellow Kite. Check it out on this edition of HomeStage!

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