Kansas City
Thu, Nov 21, 2013 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Homegrown: Music
Vox Theatre
1405 Southwest Boulevard
Kansas City, MO 66103

Join KC music scene experts for a candid discussion on music from multiple perspectives and hear some local tunes, too.

We all love music, but have you ever thought about the creative process behind each beat, melody, or video? Join KC music scene experts for a candid discussion on music from multiple perspectives and hear some local tunes, too. The 2013 installment of the Homegrown series is one you won’t want to miss.

Our music panel (moderated by Chris Haghirian) includes Frankie Oviedo and Dan Gedman from Liquid 9, Ross Brown from Golden Sound Records, DJ Sheppa, and Tyler Galloway from The New Programme and KCAI.

Plus, the night will also include happy hour entertainment by Shy Boys.

5:30–6:30 Happy Hour
6:30–8:00 Presentation and Q&A

VOX Theatre
1405 Southwest Boulevard
Kansas City, KS 66103
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Registration

$8 Student Member
$10 Member
$15 Nonmember

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Featured Artists and Panelists

 

SHEPPA (DESIGNER/DJ)
DJ / designer / art director / producer – Sheppa continues to refine and define his interpretation of the ideal audio-visual experience.

Frankie Ovideo and Dan Gedman of Liquid 9
Liquid 9 is a creative partner for artists like CeeLo Green, Neil Young, Michael Buble and Tech N9ne.

Ross Brown
Ross is a web designer turned programmer at Cremalab, and records music, plays in bands, and is co-founder of Golden Sound Records.

Tyler Galloway
With 17 release packages under his belt, along with a host of flyers, patches, lyric sheets, and music-related paraphernalia, Tyler's early days as a musician inform his design teaching and professional work.

Chris Haghirian, moderator | INK magazine and Middle of the Map Fest
Chris is a regular co-host and contributor to The Mailbox, a weekly podcast radio show.

Shy Boys
Shy Boys sing velvet harmonies backed with their own brand of jagged pop music and draw from the sweet, mellow sounds of good 60’s pop.

Read more about our featured artists and panelists in News.

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