During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re going deeper into our battle of the bands exploration with two special guests Aunt Martha and Sonicbids. Listen in as Tim Noyes of Aunt Martha shares his story of how playing the Sonicbids stage at Bonnaroo 2011 impacted the band’s career, chemistry and how they’re doing one year later.
Then in part two, Darlene Doyle shares the story of Sonicbids and tells us how her unique dance performance perspective influences her live music experience and why she’d like to be in a choreographed Michael Jackson hologram show.
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Segment one: News and other cool stuff you should know about:
- Flaming Lips Want To Break Jay-Z’s Guinness World Record
- Bonnaroo mobile app
- Watch Bonnaroo 2012 live on YouTube
- Who Really Wins Battle of the Bands: Fans, Brands or Bands?
- Bonnaroo 2011: Sad and Happy Concert Stories
Segment two (13:35): Interviews with Tim from Aunt Martha and Darlene from Sonicbids.
Segment three (52:26): The power of our individual fan perspectives, why competition is good for bands and how Sonicbids gives back to Bonnaroo.
What do you think of battle of the bands?
Fans, bands and brands, how do you think platforms like Sonicbids impact the live music experience? How has your band been changed by a battle of the bands competition? What has gone through your mind while watching a band compete during a BOTB contest live on stage?
Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook, Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.