Posts Tagged ‘mute math’

In case you missed it: Jeremy Larson with Mute Math on The Tonight Show With Jay Leno

January 19, 2009

Can’t believe we almost forgot this. While we were out looking into the latest stop on our Forgotten Venues Tour last Thursday night, local singer-songwriter Jeremy Larson stepped on the Tonight Show stage with semi-local band Mute Math for a performance of “Spotlight” from the Twilight soundtrack. In case you missed it like we did, here’s the vid, courtesy of YouTube. Ah, The Internets…

Jeremy Larson to perform with MuteMath on Jay Leno

January 6, 2009


Local solo singer/songwriter, Jeremy Larson is gearing up to perform with MuteMath on an upcoming episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. According to his latest blog… (more…)

Springfield vs. Austin: Who wins?

September 15, 2008

I got an email last week from Jason Poe, formerly of the Springfield band the Professional Americans and currently living and writing music in Austin, Texas under the name Jets Under Fire. His band is coming back to Springfield this weekend to play at Randy Bacon Photography Studio & Gallery Saturday, September 20. Sounds like a cool show, I thought–and an opportunity. It seemed to me as though Jason would be especially qualified to write a musician’s-eye view comparing Springfield and Austin musically, looking at what Springfield does right as well as what it can do better. The results were everything I hoped for and more. It’s a long read, but I sincerely hope anyone who visits this site and cares about local music–from musicians to venue owners, and even local administrators–will gain something from it. Not only is it hopeful, it’s instructive. You’ll find the full essay after the break. Enjoy.