During this episode of Live Fix Radio we’ll tell you a story about how a well-traveled and concert-loving quarter from 1965 inspired us to continue our Concert Genealogy Experiment.
And speaking of Concert Genealogy, we’ll tell you how we discovered that a Mavis Staples throne at The Hideout Block Party, a Beatles concert in 1965 and our chat with Brooklyn-based rock quintet The Canon Logic are more connected than we realized.
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“Sirens” and “Rapid Empire (Am I M_I_A)” – The Canon Logic Rapid Empire – EP (iTunes)
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How Are You Connected?
Were you at the The Hideout Block Party? How about that classic 1965 Beatles show in Chicago? What’s your most treasured concert memento?
Drop a comment below and let us know how you’ve connected all the concerts in your life to the bigger picture of live music history, and we’ll share your story during a future episode of Live Fix Radio.
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