Friday, October 28, 2011

VOICE of the CITY with Amy Mielke, Tao LaBossiere, Joey Batts, and Bill Revill

WESU 88.1FM Middletown
VOICE of the CITY with J-Cherry 1st, 3rd, and 5th, Tuesdays from 6:30 to 8PM
Always live and local... this ain't no commercial radio! 

Amy Mielke and Tao Labossiere are a dynamic art couple out of Hartford.

Amy Mielke and Tao LaBossiere at WESU

They make the arts assessable to the community. Producing shows, creating art, managing ArtSpace Gallery in Hartford, sitting on the board of Oil Drum Art. Just to name a few of the many things they do for the world of art here in Connecticut. 

Still Waters

They are currently restoring a beautiful family property, Still Waters into a retreat center in Voluntown, CT. Equipped with quaint cabins and colorful art decorating the rooms, and sculptures in the woods. This quiet nook is the perfect place for a retreat. They are currently booking for 2012.

Joey Batts is Hip Hop artist with zest and passion. He can spin a rhyme anywhere anytime... By day he is a creative writing teacher for high school students, by night he is a popular hip hop artist storming the Connecticut Hip Hop Scene. 

Joey Batts at WESU 

Bill Revill is a both a DJ at WESU, and a talented painter. His works are currently on display at the Buttonwood Tree in downtown Middletown. Bill began painting after he was offered an earlier retirement. With time on his hands he dove into the world of art and discovered a new talent. 

Bill Revill at WESU 

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