Dynasty Podcasts & Rockit Ranch Productions Present: Rockit.LIVE: What Happened To The Chicago Rock Scene?
Dynasty Podcasts is proud to announce the next installment in the Rockit.LIVE event series! Taking place Wednesday, April 18th at 6PM at Rockit Bar & Grill, Dynasty Podcasts and Rockit Ranch Productions are proud to present:
What Happened To The Chicago Rock Scene?
A live panelcast discussion examining the shifting (disappearing?) rock climate in the Chicago music scene.
(Former rock radio DJ)
The 18+ event is free to attend, and will also be streamed live via the Dynasty Podcasts Mixlr and Ustream channels. Additionally, the panel event will later be released as an audio and video Dynasty Podcast. RSVP on Facebook now , and come out Rockit River North on Wednesday, April 18th at 6PM for Dynasty Podcasts & Rockit Ranch Productions present a Rockit.LIVE panelcast: What Happened To The Chicago Rock Scene!
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