Austin-based Greyhounds were featured on the May 19 edition of Greasy Tracks, which included an interview with the band and a number of tracks from its just-released Cheyenne Valley Drive (Nine Mile Records).
Below are some up-coming events that will be held at Trinity.
April 22: Green Fest, sponsored by the Green Campus Club, celebrates Earth Day. Activities and speakers are planned about sustainability. It will be held on the main quad outside the chapel from 2:30-6 p.m.
The 12th-annual Samba Fest takes place April 28 on the campus of Trinity College in Hartford, Conn. The event runs 11 a.m.-6 p.m. and features a variety of local, regional and international artists. The fest takes place rain or shine and admission is free.
The March 17 edition of Greasy Tracks featured a four-hour special on Gregg Allman, including interviews with former bandmates, friends and those who worked with him over the years. In addition to a wide range of Allman’s solo work, including his posthumous release, Southern Blood, will be played.
Singer/songwriter Amy Rigby will be interviewed on a special edition of The Devo Rock Show on March 5 ahead of her March 8 appearance at by Café Nine in New Haven as she supports her just-released The Old Guys (Southern Domestic Recordings).