Videofreex Dance Party for Ch..ch..ch..change (radio with pictures)
Thursday March 14 8-10pm EST WGXC 90.7-FM & wgxc.org
A musical manifesto. Hosted and DJ’d by Videofreex Nancy Cain and Skip Blumberg, with guest pundit/music reviewer Yippee Paul Krassner, this live two-hour radio show broadcasts sets of new and old hot dance tracks with lyrics espousing progressive social, cultural, political and personal change. Turn the volume up loud and dance your ass off for a better future. Call the WGXC Acra NY Studio at (518) 622-2598 or email email@example.com with your suggestions of tracks. In the 1970s Videofreex lived and worked collectively in Maple Tree Farm, a former boarding house (now an Airbnb) in the heart of the Catskill Mountains, operating a video production studio, media center, residency program, organic garden and pirate TV broadcasting station. At our dance parties, we had to jack up the living room floor because otherwise it would bounce way too much. Wave Farm WGXC
Videofreex Woodstock Festival 50th Anniversary Radio Celebration Summer date & time TBA WGXC 90.7-FM & wgxc.org
Entertaining radio spectacular celebrates 50 years of the pioneer video group Videofreex, who met and whose first production was at the Woodstock Music Festival. Features Videofreex documentary clips behind-the-scenes at the festival (seen in the new feature “The People’s Woodstock"), rare recordings from the Videofreex Archive of 1970s classic rock and folk music, and studio talk from Videofreex members, with reminiscences and music clips about the Woodstock Festival, broadcast live from Maple Tree Farm in the heart of the Catskill Mountains, where the Freex lived from 1971 - 78.