Aspenbeat host Andrea Young was joined by longtime collaborator Joshua Seymour and new contributor Raney Schockne for a show featuring French Rock Songs -- but not just any french rock songs. Most of these are covers or renditions of american rock and roll hits, but sung in French. Including Summertime Blues and Land of 1000 Dances. (and we can't give you the entire playlist because none of us speak French but you can listen here:
Chris Wright is a part time Aspenite and a leading figure in the music industry for more than five decades. He's just written his autobiography, One Way Or Another: My Life In Music, Sport and Entertainment. It's the personal story of arguably one of the most successful media and music entrepreneurs in entertainment and music business history.
Aspenbeat’s “Salute to The Beatles” is 50 minutes of uninterrupted Beatles songs. The Beatles released about 200 songs on 13 albums. These are 18 favorites, along with an interview with Lindsay Lou of Lindsay Lou and the Flatbellys at the end of the show.
Eight year old aspiring broadcaster Layla Schuon and her dad, Andy Schuon, Co-Founder with P. Diddy and President of Revolt TV, showed up at the studios over the weekend to add their picks for Top Pop Song of 2013 and Top Vintage Pop Song to Aspenbeat, Andrea Young's weekly music curation show. The show also included picks from The New York Times, NPR and Rolling Stone Magazine.