March 20, 2017
Truly someone destined for another era, there's simply too much that could be said of the entertainer that is Zak Ocmand. For now all I'll say is that he disarmed us with his quick wit and absurdly goofy sense of humor just long enough to sneak in a few things that we found ourselves mulling over (or humming) for many days to come.
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P.S. Someone please get this guy a Crystal Pepsi sponsorship
March 4, 2017
Join us on this episode where we welcome Robert Keiton Smith into the sun room. Of the band, Actually Birds, Keiton's guitar playing is inventive and attention-grabbing. His songs are fluid, ever-changing. They have the ability to lull you in, then almost violently morph into something distinctly different.
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February 19, 2017
This episode features our very own Christine Brignac. We were joined once again by the ever-talented Bryce Walters to fill the second host seat. Christine's music is one of raw energy and pure introspection. Garage rock meets singer-songwriter, you won't want to miss it.
February 4, 2017
Thanks to our guest host for this episode, Bryce Walters. He joined us because this episode features one of our hosts, Connor LaCour! Somewhere in the realm of alternative folk/americana, LaCour's music is confessional and vulnerable. He performs under the name The Nocturnal Broadcast and is gearing up to release his newest album sometime this Spring.
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January 15, 2017
Down one host for the day, Sunroom Studios has an in-depth conversation with Tony Cobb!
Tony Cobb is an active member in the Baton Rouge music community. With experience hosting shows at Jolie Pearl and The Dyson House, his outlook on the state of songwriting here is invaluable. He writes what he knows and writes it well, inspired by the storied history of American country and folk songwriters. Take a listen and enjoy his music as well as the long, free-form discussion we had including tons of great thoughts from audience members Jim Taylor and Caroline Stradley!
November 20, 2016
They've since changed their name, but Wisebirds are a synth-based rock band playing in the sunroom with an intimate, stripped-down feel. Just upright bass, Annie Carlson, sparse electric guitar, Christine Brignac, and the song-writer and frontman, Cody Thompson. He has a way of tying in very personal lyrics with intelligent and infectious melodies. While Brignac and Carlson do just what's needed to help his songs thrive.
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