Todd Feldman of The Rocket Factory, organizer of SparkJam 2020 talks about the upcoming event. SparkJam 2020 is a virtual online event being held Friday June 26 from 8am to 6pm to benefit the Virginia 30 Day Fund. It will feature speakers, music performances and will address challenges facing small businesses in 2020.
Performers include Saw Black and Landon Elliott with a panel of speakers including:
Andy McGraw – Moderator, University of Richmond/Rumput
Reggie Pace, No BS Brass /Hustle Season Podcast/Bon Iver
I’m excited to be working with Habitat For Humanity on the music portion of their “Reflections of Home” series. Habitat stands for what it means to value home and have a safe affordable place to live. They’re featuring what home means to their volunteers, supporters, homeowner and other members of the Richmond community in this series that will take submissions for the community and offer prizes in the fields of art and photography, poetry and short stories, music and cooking.
Local businesses interested in getting involved or offering prizes can email me at email@example.com
David Judson Clemmons joins me live from Germany via Skype. He’s a Richmond guy who moved to L.A. to play music and ended up moving to Germany where he’s been ever since. His new album “Tribe and Throne” is out now and available everywhere. We talk about his travels, his time in Richmond, what he’s up to in Germany, connecting with fellow RVA music Greta Brinkman and more. This episode is also on YouTube in 2 parts.