With sad eyes and heavy hearts we say farewell to one of our longest running, most popular, and most interesting features: Live at Ipanema.
With sad eyes and heavy hearts we say farewell to one of our longest running, most popular, and most interesting features: Live at Ipanema. Each and every month for the last two years the magnanimous Kendra Feather, owner of Ipanema and Garnett’s, hosted a different, wonderful, local band and provided the recordings to you, dear Richmond.
Not only that, but each of these live recordings is available for you to download for FREE. I mean that is pretty great if you think about it: 24 albums of fantastic local music. I suggest you get to downloading.
Perhaps you should start with the final Live at Ipanema, which was a couple of weeks ago and featured Mark Brown. You can listen to his whole set below, or download it here.[audio: http://media.rvanews.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/06/01-Sea-of-Sound-02-Traces-o.mp3,
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