EP 36 | Made In America & The Philly Music Scene Feat James Weldon

July 26, 2018



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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT!!! James Weldon joins us again as we announce.....The EQ Sessions Brooklyn Addition is back with a Part 2!! Our live music event created by The Artistry Collective and hosted by us (Views from the Chixx podcast) will be taking place next month, August 16th at 727 Create Gallery in Brooklyn, NY. Live music, artist interviews, raffles, drink specials...what more can a music lover ask for??

We also spend some time reminiscing with James on our LOVE of the Philadelphia live music scene. As lovers of music, we have been to countless concerts, live shows, and music events in Philadelphia. We talk about the Made in America Festival and all the drama surrounding that. We also take a trip down memory lane and discuss our crazy college house parties! Philly has so much more to offer besides cheesesteaks and the Rocky statue.....Trust us!

WHAT WE DISCUSSED:
- EQ SESSIONS BROOKLYN ADDITION - PART 2 (Aug. 16th, 2018)
- Made in America Festival and the drama between Jay z and the Philly mayor
- What exactly is a little man??
- The intimacy of smaller Philadelphia music venues
- M.I.A. gives you a great show and performance!!
- Concerts in church basements are really fun 
- The infamous Drippin' like Water parties
- Can T invite us to brunch sometime??
- Watch out for those Airdrop and Wifi names!!
- James just opened The Artistry Collective Studios in Philly (check him out)

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