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NOW AIRING on Alive with Clive TV! - Patoirlove's first show of 2 from June 27th, 2016

Local Roots," Music From NW Artists hosted by Robert Richter

Update: Here is the LIVE RECORDING of the acoustic set list played on May 6th 2015 for the "Local Roots Live Series" hosted by Robert Richter (@ Alberta Street Pub in Portland OR):



Sunday March 29th- playing my music on Local Roots," Music From NW Artists hosted by Robert Richter

Thanks NW Artists for another awesome night of music on Local Roots," Music From NW Artists hosted by Robert Richter.

Our playlist for March 29th:

Val Blaha - Walk Away 
Sweet Home - Bands in Town
Kira Lesley - Baby Don't Call Me Baby 
Thom Lyons - Mary (from the Local Roots Live Series)
Kelly Bosworth - Tell Me 
Eric John Kaiser - Idaho 
Anne-Marie Sanderson - Lilac Time 
Marianne Flemming - Small Hope Bay 
Seahorse - Anchor 
Malachi Graham - The Eaves 
Pretty Gritty - Stay (from the Local Roots Live Series) 
David Stephenson - Fukishima Baby 
Quick and Easy Boys - Heart is Torn 
Annalisa Tornfelt - Afterlife 
Brothers Bror - Swampy Mermaid
Three for Silver - Proof (from the Local Roots Live Series)
Patoirlove - Don't Wait For Me 
Melissa Ruth - Take It All (from the Local Roots Live Series0
Robert Richter - Train Don't Stop

"In the Studio" Podcast

In The Studio #4; Patoirlove

March 17, 2015

Our Friend Patoirlove stopped by the studio and boy di we have a good time!!!!

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3rd Strike Rock

3rd Strike Rock March 9


Published March 9, 2015


1.  "A Candle Burned" by Spikey Apples

2.  "Beer" by Patoirlove


3.  "I Have a Dream" by Movin' Melvin Brown

4. "Love Fever" by Elyse and the Aftermath

5.  "Order and Harmony" by Victor Pez


6. "Perfect World" by Rew and the Rewd Onez

7. "Unsolicited Advice" by Kristi Bride and the Light


8. "No More" by Suave

9. "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder; Performed by The Gigging Funk

10."Your Jesus" (Live) by Jason Ewald


Date 2015-03-09
Language English

Alive With Clive

The Newest News from Alive with Clive

Posted February 4, 2015 by cliveswersky in News

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Hi Friends:

Here’s what’s happening in the world of Alive with Clive:

1.  Update on Crowdfunding Campaigns of Alive with Clive Alums 

  • Jess Labus

I’m delighted to see that Jess Labus has been making excellent progress with her Pledge campaign.

I just checked the latest update and see that with 22 days to go she has raised 89% of her goal.

Jess is one of the great singer-songwriters of our time, and for only $15 you can get her debut album, Mirrors, as well as her new album, I feel so close to you right now.  So if you support her campaign at, you’ll definitely be glad you did!

  • Patoirlove

While the campaign of Patoirlove (Danielle Patoir) is in it’s early stages, it could definitely do with a boost from you to give it the momentum it so richly deserves.  Danielle is an electrifying and invigorating performer with passion and dedication that is truly inspiring!  Your support will enable her to get her music out into the world where it belongs!

To see Patoirlove’s Pledge campaign and order her new record, click here.

  • Hana Zara

Hana Zara, another spellbinding and mesmerizing singer-songwriter, holds the distinction of being the current Alive with Clive MVP (Most Viewed Performer).  During the 5-week period her 1st of 2 shows was available for viewing from the Home Page of Alive with Clive, it generated 371 plays on Vimeo, and has gone on to generate a total of 404 plays so far.

Hana is now also in the midst of a Kickstarter campaign for her new album, The North. 

To see Hana’s captivating and enchanting video in which she tells us about her journey of courage and willingness to go out of her comfort zone into the unknown — and to support her campaign — click here.

While Hana has already raised a good chunk of money, she sure would welcome your support too!

2.  This Week on Alive with Clive

When you combine a sound that reminds you of The Eagles, the reggae rhythm of Michael Franti from Spearhead, and a touch of Kid Rock to boot, with thoughtful lyrics, enchanting vocalists and mesmerizing moves on a slide guitar, you have the band known as The Other Shoe founded by frontman, Joseph Perricone, who was accompanied on Alive with Clive by Janet Montalbo, Maag Stanley and Dave Filloramo.

To see The Other Shoe’s 1st of 2 shows on Alive with Clive, click here.

This show has already generated 178 views on Vimeo.  Now the question is whether it has enough momentum within the next three weeks to generate an additional 200 views and displace Hana Zara as the current AWC-MVP?

The Other Shoe’s 2nd of 2 shows is featured on This Week on Alive with Clive until tomorrow at 10 p.m. Eastern.

To see this show now, click here.

3.  Upcoming Shows 

While snow has chosen to fall before, during and after times scheduled for the taping of shows on Alive with Clive over the past couple of Mondays, thankfully it hasn’t prevented the taping of the next four shows you’ll be seeing in the weeks ahead.

The first two of the next four shows feature poetic and engaging folk-rock singer-songwriter, Matt Wheeler, who heads up the band, Matt Wheeler & Vintage Heart, and arranged a gig at Rockwood Music Hall on his way to Alive with Clive from Lancaster County, Pennsylvania:

Matt’s 1st of 2 shows will be available on This Week on Alive with Clive on Thursday, February 5.

The next two shows after Matt’s 2nd of 2 shows will feature the sensational Dylan Charles and the Sisters Layton!

Be on the lookout for all of these shows, since you’ll definitely enjoy them!

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Interview: Himan, SIRPAUL, Patoirlove, Crawford, Moe talk about music in 2015

January 12, 201512:01 AM MST
"We Belong"
Namoli Brennet

Five queer artists talked to me in person and via the telephone about the best of music in 2014, and the musical plans which will have them touring, and releasing new music in 2015.

Queer artists discuss their inspirations, and the best of music in 2014.
Queer artists discuss their inspirations, and the best of music in 2014.
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best of 2014
Photo by Frederick M. Brown

Eric Himan, whose latest album,Gracefully, gave us the tunes "Red Hot Tears" and "Everything To You" is currently recording his newest EP, and first ever recorded in Nashville. The record, titled Playing Cards, will have acoustic versions and fully produced versions of the new content.

The album already hit over 131 percent of the production goal via pledgemusic, and is slated to be released this Spring.

Outside of touring with Ani DiFranco last spring, Himan raves about Namoli Brennet when asked about artists he wants people to know. 'She helped make my album,Supposed Unknown, and recorded on it; recorded the whole thing, actually. She has her own style. She is in the studio right now, she's about to put out a new album. I definitely recommend to people getting an opportunity to go online and check out her album, Black Crow.'

Namoli, whose latest album was released in 2012, is currently touring Germany. For more on the artist visit [[site]].

For Eric's music videos: "Everything To You", "Not Going Anywhere Tonight", "Red Hot Tears", "Dust".

SIRPAUL is being somewhat quiet in New York, for now. The artist, who recently released new remixes of the song "Turning Me On", is working on the follow-up album to Seventh Star.

'I don't seek artists based on their sexual orientation. For me it's just an added bonus if a person happens to be gay, because then I feel like we have a lot more common ground. There was an artist named KOORTWAH, and he kinda disappeared, and came back and reinvented himself as [[Jake Lore]]. He is someone who, I went to see his show, and really loved what he was doing live. And I'm also listening to Disclousure, a ton, Keysha, and anything thatRobyn does, and my really good friend Alex Lauterstein just came out with a new project called Cinématique. He has this very refined, sophisticated palate of electronic influences that are very international.'

For more on Alex, visit [[site]].

Patoirlove, also known as Danielle Patoir, is from the east coast. She has spent most of her world in New Jersey and New York, but finds herself seeking an artistic community in the Portland area. The stage names come from her incessant desire to spread love and positivity, in whichever way possible.

She is currently recording an album, Rep-Patoire, which she hopes will take her creative world to another level. When asked about her musical inspirations she cites The Cranberries' front woman Dolores O'Riordan, Tegan and Sara,Bloc Party's Kele Okereke, and Regina Spektor.

For more on Kele Okereke's solo music [[click here]].

Sammy Crawford, the Louisiana native, moved to New York and has been independently releasing his music. Now, on his fourth album, With My Own Fire, Crawford is trying to lightly step into the dance arena. He is not stopping there. He is currently working on a musical, and the songs keep pouring from his creative mind. More on Reality Sets InGotta Get Ready.

His world in the Big Apple seems to suit him well, as a prolific lyricist, and piano player. He finds the time to hibernate and create, enough to release two studio albums in 2014. He gigs around town, and keeps the fast pace of those around him as fuel to do more.

Having started his musical career in his late thirties, he cites Madonna as a big influence, if not musically, socially. He says of the new music, image and social stance of the artist 'Recently, I'm over the moon with Madonna's new material. She started, kinda, playing the selfie game on Instagram. And it inspired me in a different way. She's timeless, as far as I'm concerned. But for me, to even see her putting herself out there, in a new way...maybe risky, to some people, at her age'.

Madonna's thirteenth studio album, Rebel Heart, is available as a pre-oder.

Kelly Moe, a Portland native, spent the last decade going back and forth from the Bay Area and the Pacific Northwest wowing everyone with his brass stage persona, sultry attitude, and androgynous vocals. He has collaborated with The Gossip, Scream Club and BAP.

Now, his newest album is in the making, including tracks like "Adrenaline" and "Rebel Love".

Moe lists Róisín Murphy, of UK band Moloko, and New York-based [[JoyWave]] as his current music favorites.

To listen to the full interviews, via Wild Planet Radio, through this [[link]].

Songs played via the podcast:
"Everything To You" by Eric Himan
"Be Mine" by SIRPAUL
"Magazine" by Patoirlove
"Things You Can't Return" by Sammy Crawford
"Rebel Love" and "Adrenaline" by Kelly Moe



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X-RAY FM Radio Show Archive- Song feature

<<{Click Logo} Archive to the Dec. 11th, 2016 - X-RAY FM Radio show- where the unreleased song titled "Trust" was featured.



EDM Collaboration- Patoirlove's vocals towards end




Has a lot of older tracks.


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