Feb 24: Paper Castles; Erin Cassels-Brown: Free & All Ages at Arts Riot for Rocket Shop Live
Join the studio audience for a free live radio show on February 24, as Paper Castles and Erin Cassels-Brown perform and get interviewed. Rocket Shop is Big Heavy World's local music radio hour, broadcasting every Wednesday from 8-9pm on 105.9FM The Radiator, streaming at bigheavyworld.com and in the iTunes 'eclectic' radio section. The show usually broadcasts from Big Heavy World/Radiator headquarters in the SEABA Center next to Arts Riot, but this time around host Tom Proctor and our guest musicians will share the Arts Riot stage next door at 400 Pine Street (Burlington) and everyone is invited to join the audience of this old-time broadcasting experience! Catch up with podcasts of prior episodes in iTunes or at bigheavyworld.com/rocketshop! The show is free, handicapped accessible and all-ages. Doors at 7pm, music at 7:45pm. Rocket Shop Live at Arts Riot is made possible with support from the BCA Community Fund.
Paper Castles is a band from Burlington VT that plays pop songs on guitars with a drummer and sometimes a keyboarder.
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Erin Cassels-Brown is a songwriter and musician from Burlington, Vermont. He writes celestial country music that walks the line between the milky way and a county fair. After working as a carpenter, solar panel installer, and occasional Teddy Bear Factory warehouse worker while playing in local bands and reading rock and roll biographies, he released his debut solo EP Northern Lights Vol. 1. These days he goes running in the mornings, plays in bars at night, and thinks in sad rhymes during the day.
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