Katie Feeney hosts an episode of PhilaLive and speaks with Matt Longo AKA Thin Lear. A Queens-based indie folk-rock singer-songwriter, Matt announced recently that his new full-length album Wooden Cave, originally…
The Philadelphia Globe is a media outlet dedicated to promoting and supporting music, arts and culture on a local, regional and national level. In partnership with the This is It TV Network, we are proud to present PhilaLIVE, a weekly (sometimes twice, maybe even thrice weekly) video feature that highlights the music, art, and culture of the greater Philadelphia area as well as beyond, expanding the globe. The show’s host Jen Strogatz sits down for one-on-one interviews with a variety of artists and performers with episodes touching on upcoming concerts, shows, music releases, and cultural events that Phila Globe recommends to its subscribers. Be sure to check in every week to see who Jen’s been talking to!
John Vettese From WXPN-FM’s The Key, talks with Jen Strogatz about his work in radio, his favorite music, his thoughts on Lil Uzi Vert, what he looks for in new music to feature on the radio, how to approach XPN staff to get your music put in the rotation, and more.
Jen Strogatz talks with Program Director and on-air host at WXPN, Bruce Warren about what it’s like to work in radio, changes in various music scenes over the last 30 years, how they choose the music that they play on WXPN fm, and how artists should approach radio staff if they are trying to get their songs put in the rotation.
On this episode, Jen Strogatz talks to musician, actor, director and filmmaker Robert Schwartzman about the upcoming remastered 4K release of the 1986 cult classic film “RAD,” his band Rooney, and Altavod: a self-distribution platform for filmmakers by filmmakers.