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A month of music: A lack thereof and a LIVE concert

The stage of the Strand all decked out for Think Loud's after party on Feb. 28. Later in the night, the curtains opened and Live played with a backdrop of empty seats.

The stage of the Strand all decked out for Think Loud’s after party on Feb. 28. Later in the night, the curtains opened and Live played with a backdrop of empty seats.

The past couple weeks, for me, have been about music.

First, there was the lack thereof.

Last week, we broke this story about Harley-Davidson removing radios from its plants as a matter of safety and productivity protocol.

I know what you’re thinking. (Some people even emailed me to share their two cents.)

“Why is this a story?” 

“What are you going to write about next? The contents of Harley’s vending machines? The employees’ bathroom breaks?”

Truthfully, this isn’t really a story about Harley at all. Continue reading

The past two weeks: A concert for LIVE and two live chats

The past couple weeks have been pretty busy.

On Monday, I went to a concert for LIVE, the group I wrote about not too long ago. It was a good networking opportunity — and plus, I’ve never actually heard them play.

(I was more interested in Barbies than bands when their big album ‘Throwing Copper’ came out in the early 90s.)

Here I am with Chad Taylor, guitarist for The Gracious Few and LIVE. Taken at an after party at the White Rose Bar and Grill in York.

At the concert, they revealed their new lead singer, Chris Shinn.

Three of the band members — Chad Taylor, Patrick Dahlheimer and Chad Gracey — along with real estate developer Bill Hynes, make up Think Loud Development, a group that plans to rehab real estate in the city.

Read that story here.

 

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From music to real estate ventures — an interview with Live

From the left, York City Councilman Michael Helfrich with Live band members Patrick Dahlheimer, Chad Gracey and Chad Taylor in the former Bi-Comp building in York. © 2012 York Daily Record/Sunday News -- Paul Kuehnel

Originally published on Page A1 of the York Daily Record/Sunday News on Tuesday, January 24, 2012.

By LAUREN BOYER 
Daily Record/Sunday News

No one at the Lyndon Diner made a passing glance Tuesday morning at the three middle-aged men sitting around a table of orange juice and coffee.

Then the fourth, Chad Taylor, arrived almost an hour later.

Still, no one requested an autograph. Maybe no one recognized them.

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