Echo Beach Surf Report presents “Live at Echo Beach” with a performance by Friction Farm.
Tune in at 7PM on February 18th.
Tune in here to watch the live performance streaming on Thursday Feb 18th at 7P.M. EST. Christine and Aidan will be performing songs from over 50 years of their peculiar songbook. Riding the rails of this great nation while supporting themselves by binding rare books of forgotten esperanto poetry and washing patron’s dishes in countless honkytonks they have created music which embodies their coal fired experiences mired in great literature and baked on grease.
Christine plays bass. Aidan plays 6 string guitar. They both sing. There may be a pig. Don’t miss it!
Echo Beach Surf Report presents “Live at Echo Beach” with a performance by Micah Scott (of Killbillies fame) kicking off his summer tour.
Performed live on June 24th 2015.
Tune in here to watch the live performance streamed on Wednesday, June 24th at 7:00PM EST. Micah Scott shows us how a one man bad does it. Accompanied by the riveting sound of his resonator guitar and a foot stomping rhythm Micah sings original songs which harken back to some imaginary time where Americana meets rock and roll for a swim at Bob Dylan’s backyard pool party only to find itself swimming in Muddy Waters. Don’t try to figure it out. Just click the link and check it out.
Echo Beach Surf Report presents “Live at Echo Beach” with a double header: Liz Davidsson and Wayne Jones streamed live performances on Feb 13 2015
Tune in here to watch the live performance streamed on Friday, February 13th at 7:00PM EST. It’s solo acoustic night! Starting things off is the young talent, Liz Davidsson and she’ll be followed by Wayne Jones. Both artists will be keeping it close and personal with just their songs and acoustic guitar. As part of our effort to support original songwriting and music in our groovy tropical locale, highlights from the show will be posted on Youtube and Vimeo, so keep an eye out in the coming weeks.
The Weedline Band streamed a live performance from Echo Beach Studios for our inaugural 2014 season kick-off to Echo Beach Surf Report Presents: Live at Echo Beach!
Tune in here on to watch the archived performance from Saturday, October 25th at 2:00PM EST. The band played all original material and sounded great!. We didn’t have too many hiccups (sorry about the mono sound. Future shows will be in stereo.) and we had people tuning in from all over the world. As part of our effort to support original songwriting and music in our groovy tropical locale, highlights from the show will be posted on Youtube and Vimeo, so keep an eye out in the coming weeks.
The Weedline Band members are :
Mark Zaden – Guitar and Vocals
Dave Oechsle – Guitar and Vocals
Eddie Garczyk – Drums
Ed Groblewski – Bass
The band formed in 2009 and features Mark Zaden’s singing and songwriting influenced by his experiences growing up in South Florida. Mark shared his thoughts on the songs the band performed throughout the show and we’ll be posting an after show interview here soon, so be sure to tune back in. For more band info check them out here: www.theweedline.com
In our effort to add our voice to the promotion of original music and art, we here at the Echo Beach Surf Report kicked off our inaugural “Live at Echo Beach” in studio performance last month with Bryce Allyn from Boxelder and more recently B-Liminal. He treated us to two of his recent compositions “Amends” and “In Time”. Although he’s been playing an acoustic solo set recently, a few friends dropped in to join us for the performance. Sarah Peak on keys and vocals, Ryan Weidenfeld on the cajon, and Jett Beres of Sister Hazel on bass. You can watch the performance here or on our YouTube channel, Echo Beach TV.
With an inspiring back story, Bryce captured his audience far before the first strum of his guitar. The catchy lyrics and melodic instrumentals had us dancing in our seats. OK maybe 1 or 2 of us were doing the faux acid dance as well. Time to get Bryce booked on some festivals! Each artist added a bit of their own style to the music. Sarah’s vocal accompaniment really brought an extra dimension to the songs. With a repertoire such as Bryces’ many may be curious to see if he can transition to solo artist. No worries mon. If the performance at Echo Beach is any indication, those familiar with his previous work won’t be disappointed by what his solo career has in store.
Share it with your friends if you like it and let us know if there is someone you’d like to see on future shows. In the future we’ll be highlighting area musicians and those passing through this fine fair part of Florida.