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Promoting New England's finest musical talent, Live at Centre Street is a Podcast where we bridge the gap between the artist and the audience.

Live At Centre Street Podcast Christian Saint-Louis

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Promoting New England's finest musical talent, Live at Centre Street is a Podcast where we bridge the gap between the artist and the audience.

    Ep 16: Guitarist Series - Robby Bell Live

    Ep 16: Guitarist Series - Robby Bell Live

    A native of San Diego, California classical guitarist Robby Bell was introduced to music at an early age from his grandfather. Now with a Bachelors from UC Santa Cruz and a Masters from New England Conservatory, Robbie has been carrying the classical torch while carving his own path in the music industry.

    In our conversation piece we talk about his early childhood traveling as a military brat to his first classical guitar lesson while attending UC Santa Cruz and the professors that helped him define his sound & approach to classical guitar.

    This is our first classical artist we’ve ever had on the podcast and you surely don’t want to miss it!

    Robby Bell - Classical Guitar
    https://robertbellmusic.com

    Setlist:
    1. Capricious Arabe- Francisco Tarrega
    2. Montemayor- Federico Torroba
    3. Fugue in G minor-Bach
    4. La fille Aux Cheveux De Lin- Claude Debussy
    5. Gymnopedie No.1- Erik Satie

    Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma
    Produced by Christian Saint-Louis
    Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer

    Check out our blog:
    Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com

    • 22 min
    Ep 16: Guitarist Series - Robby Bell Interview

    Ep 16: Guitarist Series - Robby Bell Interview

    A native of San Diego, California classical guitarist Robby Bell was introduced to music at an early age from his grandfather. Now with a Bachelors from UC Santa Cruz and a Masters from New England Conservatory, Robbie has been carrying the classical torch while carving his own path in the music industry.

    In our conversation piece we talk about his early childhood traveling as a military brat to his first classical guitar lesson while attending UC Santa Cruz and the professors that helped him define his sound & approach to classical guitar.

    This is our first classical artist we’ve ever had on the podcast and you surely don’t want to miss it!

    Robby Bell - Classical Guitar
    https://robertbellmusic.com

    Setlist:
    1. Capricious Arabe- Francisco Tarrega
    2. Montemayor- Federico Torroba
    3. Fugue in G minor-Bach
    4. La fille Aux Cheveux De Lin- Claude Debussy
    5. Gymnopedie No.1- Erik Satie

    Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma
    Produced by Christian Saint-Louis
    Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer

    Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com

    • 23 min
    Ep 15: Java Jukebox Interview

    Ep 15: Java Jukebox Interview

    Founded in 2015 by lead singer Sam Walukouw, reggae sensation Java Jukebox has been making waves in the Boston music scene with their “Take Me To The Roots” residency at the Middle East Club and opening up for big acts like Mighty Mystic. With one EP already out, the band is anticipating the release of their first full length album in 2019.

    In our conversation piece we sit down and hear from bandleader Sam Walukouw about growing up in Indonesia and the culture shock of moving to Canton, New York in his teenage high school years while barely being able to speak English.

    We also talk about his introduction to reggae music and his eventual move to Boston where he immersed himself in the music community and began developing his sound and skills as a songwriter and bandleader.

    Sammy Walukaow: Vocals and Guitar
    Alex Meheilavich: Guitar
    Evad Campbell: Keys
    Tyler Last: Bass
    Salvador Pineda Jr. : Drums
    Seba Molnar: Sax
    Hoyt Parquet: Trombone

    Setlist:
    Mistreatment
    This Place
    Unjust Regulation
    Rise Up
    Donchu
    It’s About That Time
    Paradise
    Sun is Shinning

    Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma
    Produced by Christian Saint-Louis
    Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer
    Co-Host: Ryan Scalia
    Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com

    • 43 min
    Ep 15: Java Jukebox Live

    Ep 15: Java Jukebox Live

    Founded in 2015 by lead singer Sam Walukouw, reggae sensation Java Jukebox has been making waves in the Boston music scene with their “Take Me To The Roots" residency at the Middle East Club and opening up for big acts like Mighty Mystic. With one EP already out, the band is anticipating the release of their first full length album in 2019.

    In our conversation piece we sit down and hear from bandleader Sam Walukouw about growing up in Indonesia and the culture shock of moving to Canton, New York in his teenage high school years while barely being able to speak English.

    We also talk about his introduction to reggae music and his eventual move to Boston where he immersed himself in the music community and began developing his sound and skills as a songwriter and bandleader.

    Sammy Walukaow: Vocals and Guitar
    Alex Meheilavich: Guitar
    Evad Campbell: Keys
    Tyler Last: Bass
    Salvador Pineda Jr. : Drums
    Seba Molnar: Sax
    Hoyt Parquet: Trombone

    Setlist:
    Mistreatment
    This Place
    Unjust Regulation
    Rise Up
    Donchu
    It’s About That Time
    Paradise
    Sun is Shinning

    Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma
    Produced by Christian Saint-Louis
    Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer
    Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com

    • 37 min
    Ep 14: Julian Dessler Interview

    Ep 14: Julian Dessler Interview

    A Rhode Island native, trumpeter Julian Dessler had an early introduction to music from his father - a renown touring saxophonist and was always playing records from artists like Steely Dan, Tower of Power to John Coltrane.

    Now at the age of 28, Julian has already made a name for himself performing with the likes of Terence Blanchard, Antonio Sanchez, Turkuaz, The Main Squeeze, Spiritual Rez, to pop/opera superstar Josh Groban.

    In our conversation piece we talk about his early years at Indiana State University where he refined his technical skills before transferring to Berklee College of Music where he develop himself as an artist. We also talk about his experiences on tour to being a talent manager for Aloft Seaport in South Boston.

    Julian Dessler: Trumpet
    Joaquin Santos: Drums
    Yuki Kanesaka: Piano
    Christian “Yogi” Saint-Louis: Bass


    Setlist:
    Bright Ave
    Overcast 401
    Ah Yeah
    Cherokee

    Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma
    Produced by Christian Saint-Louis
    Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer
    Co-Host: Ryan Scalia
    Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com

    • 1 hr 3 min
    Ep 14: Julian Dessler Live

    Ep 14: Julian Dessler Live

    A Rhode Island native, trumpeter Julian Dessler had an early introduction to music from his father - a renown touring saxophonist and was always playing records from artists like Steely Dan, Tower of Power to John Coltrane.

    Now at the age of 28, Julian has already made a name for himself performing with the likes of Terence Blanchard, Antonio Sanchez, Turkuaz, The Main Squeeze, Spiritual Rez, to pop/opera superstar Josh Groban.

    In our conversation piece we talk about his early years at Indiana State University where he refined his technical skills before transferring to Berklee College of Music where he develop himself as an artist. We also talk about his experiences on tour to being a talent manager for Aloft Seaport in South Boston.

    Julian Dessler: Trumpet
    Joaquin Santos: Drums
    Yuki Kanesaka: Piano
    Christian “Yogi” Saint-Louis: Bass

    Setlist:
    Bright Ave
    Overcast 401
    Ah Yeah
    Cherokee

    Recorded at First Baptist Church in Newton, Ma
    Produced by Christian Saint-Louis
    Recorded, Mixed and Edited by Matt Peiffer
    Co-Host: Ryan Scalia
    Check out our blog: Lacspodcast.Blogspot.com

    • 28 min

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Go Sam! ,

SO NECESSARY!

Wow. Love this so much. It’s awesome to hear info about the life of a musician, straight from their mouths. It’s cool to hear from people who don’t live in the standard “music cities” and still crush it as professional musicians. Also, to hear their music as the next episode after the interview interview is such a good idea! Congrats guys! ❤️

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