RyneShyne Music Session #4
The Alien Dogs
Grand Rapids based three piece punk rock group The Alien Dogs step into to Kargl Studios to play some energetic tunes. Gabe Tower leads the show with his punk guitar and tight vocals, Mitch Petersen aka Mint Peppercorn keeps the beat going, and bassist Ryne Clarke drives the rhythm.
Listen to the Alien Dogs interview following the session up at WRWW, featuring special guest and radio star Phil Tower running the interview:
RyneShyne Music Session #3
Local jam band Jedidiah Sunflower performs this week in Kargl Studios to bring you four original tunes and are backed by Ryne and Patrick of the Preservers for this intimate session.
RyneShyne Music Session #2
Breether Live on WRWW
Watch Grand Rapids musician Zac Bron team up with bassist Jake Gordon to bring you this performance of Breether. Due to the quiet and indie pop nature of Breether, we had them perform live on radio, November 19th, 2017.
Watch their performance below in WRWW Studio, and hit the link below the video to hear the set and interview that followed on that Sunday night.
RyneShyne Music Session #1
The Ryne Experience
Kings of Lo-fi elevator music, the Ryne Experience offer relaxed and tension-filled compositions for this week's music session. Ryne and Pat of the Preservers team up with music man Jerry and cool guy Devin to bring this weeks performance, enjoy their jamful tunes through five original songs.
Band Pictured at the WRWW interview following their performance.
Ryne Clarke, Patrick Kargl, Will Jewel (Interviewer), Devin Falk, and Jerry Wenger
Special thanks to Gabe Tower, Tess, and Jerry. Watch the band cook up some songs below.
- the Scants (December 10th Live Interview on WRWW)
- Dance Contraption (January 7th Live Interview on WRWW)
- Abram Gunther and the Bear-a-Tones (January 28th Live Interview on WRWW)
- All interviews start at 8pm EST. on Sundays, Link at the bottom of the page.
Abram Gunther and the Bear-A-Tones: a folk-funk (Folkadelic) band hailing from Grand Rapids, MI, with influences ranging from American Folk, Rock and Punk Rock to Soul, Funk, and Blues.
The band is known for their ability to interweave tasteful blends of improvisational instrumentals alongside melodic progressions, paired with raw, energetic and powerful soulful vocals.
Original music with unique covers make for each show to be a different experience, continually pushing the envelope of genre-bending experimentation combined with the commanding, attention grabbing, and sometimes eccentric, performance of a band doing what they love most.