Students Rock III – A Benefit Concert for Student Rocks.
Freight & Salvage 4-24-14: Totally honored to be sharing the bill with Kevin Beadles Band and Steve Seskin at the upcoming Students Rock Foundation benefit. Steve’s been nominated for a Grammy and written seven #1 songs. Here’s the official poster. Ian Franklin & Infinite Frequency perform live in the lobby at The Freight and Salvage Coffeehouse starting at 7pm.
“If you wish to understand the Universe, think of energy, frequency and vibration.”
Hello all of you music lovers,
We hope this finds you well. Here is what our March Newsletter has in store for you:
I. Upcoming gigs
II. “Hey Neighbor” radio show interview/performance
III. Live Recording Release
IV. Super cool video: “Amazing Resonance Experiment”
I. We will have a great set doing our 2nd bi-monthly show at the delightful Epicurean Connection in Sonoma Friday March 14th at 7:30pm (No cover). Come enjoy some tasty frequencies with us along with the perfect cheese and beer/wine pairing, of course. For more information about the Cafe/Shop/Bar click here.
Next up is an intimate house concert with limited seating Wednesday April 9th at 8pm in Petaluma (A suggesested $10 cover). We will share the stage with a wonderful duo from Victoria, B.C. on their way to tour through Central America. RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org if you wanna join.
II. Wednesday March 12th from 2:30-3:00pm we will be on the KSVY program called “Hey Neighbor”. We will be talking about the band, and playing some tunes. If you are in the Sonoma area tune your radio to 91.3, otherwise go to http://ksvy.org and at the top of the page click “Listen Live”. Gonna be lots of fun.
III. There has been a lot of change and versions of this band started all those years ago in Boston. We are so excited about the frequency we got going with the current line-up that it’s time to get into the studio for a LIVE album recording. Stay tuned for the EP release round early Summer! Can’t wait to share it with all of you.
IV. If you haven’t seen any of these types of experiments with frequency and how they affect form, this is a great one to start with: Amazing Resonance Experiment. Have fun going down the rabbit hole… We also reccomend this one, a bit longer but beautiful: The Miracle of 528 Hz Solfeggio Fibonacci Numbers.
Many beautiful frequencies to you all,