Sunday, March 29, 2015

Stars Over Valpo

This was a way cool event, held by WVLP, at the Valparaiso University Center for the Performing Arts, Duesenberg Recital Hall. What was more way cool was that this event highlighted our local NWI musical starts. What was way way cool, I know most of them!

WVLP on 98.3 FM ValpRadio is a community radio station is totally independent, which allows them to "exercise unique media freedom of speech". This means that approximately 50% of the music on WVLP comes from local artists. That is good news for us.

I have stated before, and will state again, NWI is dripping in talent, both in music and in the other arts. We need to continue to showcase this talent. We need to become the cultural artistic melting pot of the country.

Here are photos of who starred this evening. Yes, there are many more out there. It was just this time for these musicians to shine for us.

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Buddy Pearson

Patti Shafner

Chad Clifford

Tyler Nimon

WAZ (Walter Lisek)

In the hallways . . .

Ripley Street

Mark Rongers & Sonny Lee Tritt

Chris & Megan Marolf

Pete Calacci & Kelly Skaggs

Lou Samaniago

Melissa Welch

The Rodeas

Bolsega and Crabtree

Jason Murphy

Ron Buffington & John Derado

Desk Rabbit

Kake & Shelbi

The Darren Enloe Band

Robert Rolfe Feddersen

I would like to thank WVLP 98.3 FM for supporting our NWI musicians, and starring them in a venue like this. This was very nice as a spectator. I can only imagine the warmth each musician felt playing this beautiful venue. Please . . . do this again!

WVLP Presents
Stars Over Valpo
Valparaiso University
Center for the Performing Arts
Duesenberg Recital Hall
1700 Chapel Drive
Valparaiso, IN

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