NEPA SCENE PODCAST: Episode 3 – Blinded Passenger and the story of their best/worst show
Professionally recorded every Monday at The Stude in TwentyFiveEight Studios in Scranton and released exclusively on nepascene.com every Tuesday, the NEPA Scene Podcast is a free supplement to the website, expanding on the arts and entertainment stories covered on the site and going beyond them to discuss other news and entertainment topics.
Each week, the unedited and uncensored podcast features Rich Howells, NEPA Scene founder and editor; Mark Dennebaum, president and owner of TwentyFiveEight Studios; Lauren Quirolgico, commercial and content strategist at Lavelle Strategy Group and editor at TwentyFiveEight; and in the control room, Jimmy Reynolds, a musician, teacher, and lead audio engineer at TwentyFiveEight. Every episode streams on SoundCloud and nepascene.com.
In the third episode of the podcast, Scranton indie rock band Blinded Passenger (Patrick McGlynn, Steve Werner, Kevin Stone, and Stefan Ogonosky) talks about the upcoming release of their debut full-length album, “The Electric,” how their hometown inspired the music, the album art and corresponding art show, the support of the local music scene, getting people to take a chance and come out to shows, and the hilarious story of their best/worst show that they never told anyone before.
To listen to a live acoustic version of “Born Here” from the new album recorded exclusively for NEPA Scene in The Stude, click here.