CityWide Blackout

After a two-week hiatus, I’m back with lots of great guests! We open with singer-songwriter Triton Taylor Music, and his new EP, “Sure.” This one’s been a year in the making, and touches on love, relationships, and the highs and lows that we all experience. Triton shares a couple of these through a live set on the show.

Hip-hop artists B.A.D.D. and Shake Paper join me to talk about their music and working with OMT Promotions. B.A.D.D. shares a lot about how his upbringing shaped his music, how he deals with the naysayers, and who to look out for in the local hip-hop scene.

Author Dale T. Phillips has penned dozens of stories over the course of his career, including the popular “Zack Taylor” mystery series. Action, comedy, and a bit of horror….he’s done it all, and he shares some of those tales on the show. Plus, we speculate how Hank Philippi Ryan does so much and is still so nice!

Singer-songwriter Ryan Sweezey’s music tells what he can’t always put into words, focusing on love, loss, and new beginnings. He’s got a new album in the works, and I can’t wait to share those stories with you!

BONUS: As part of our Blackout Bootleg sessions, I went to Outside the Box to talk to the many talented artists that were part of this four-day free showcase. Kat Nasti of Kat Nasti Dance talked about the dance scene in Boston, the many styles she’s encountered. and her hopes for this organization.

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