What’s up world!? The guys have had a blast coming to you on This Is Sound Check every week, bringing interviews, music, and randomness to the podcast world. From talking about what goes on behind the scenes to interviewing bands our lives have been on one crazy ride and it isn’t over yet! We’ve had a lot of fun but you know what the best and worst part about working musicians is? They are working musicians and time is hard to come by with the insanely busy summer season upon us.
So watch for the season finale of This Is Sound Check and catch us back again this fall. We want to thank all of our listeners who tuned in and downloaded every single week, all the bands we got to meet and talk to, and all the venues we visited for keeping the love for local music alive. Without whom we wouldn’t have anything to say. You guys rock and we hope to see you all again this coming fall.
We will still be promoting, reporting, and spreading local music news, events, and goings on in the Myrtle Beach music scene and beyond on our Facebook page so keep checking us out there and let us know what you’ve got going on…
So until then, keep rocking out and have an awesome summer!
Here are some of our favorite shows from the first season:
The Adventures of Captain Random and Pretty Boy
The Beauties and Beasts of Metal Night at The Sound Hole
Interview with Jeremy Anderson from TreeHouse
The Hard Rock Cafe Battle of The Bands
Interview with Rollin Carver from Confliction
While the boys were out covering/playing with Shed This Burden and Confliction, Abbi attended a bluegrass concert: Check out Ronald Singleton and his bluegrass band play favorites such as "Big Spike Hammer" and "I'll Fly Away", get the scoop during an interview with Ronald himself, and listen in to the most requested banjo solo ever played....
You don't want to miss this special episode of This Is Sound Check, and as always please check us out on Facebook and leave us some feedback! Thanks for listening!
The Sound Hole in Myrtle beach was rocking last Friday night with three awesome female fronted bands, for The Beauties and Beasts of Metal Show. Shed This Burden, Doctrine of Ethos, and new comers Scarlette's Letter brought it on stage for a night of awesome music, if you missed it you missed out!
This episode of This Is Sound Check features an interview Scarlett's Letter, as well as the female fronts of Shed This Burden and Doctrine of Ethos, plus live music from the show...
If you want to know more about these bands, and/or The Sound Hole, click the links below to find all you need to know...
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This episode is rated M for: language and mature content-parental discretion is advised.