The Set List #13
The Setlist is RMC Studio's weekly newsletter! It's jam packed with awesome pictures, videos, and news that you won't want to miss. So make sure you always keep your eye on the setlist, you're gonna want to know what's coming up next!
This Week's Set List:
- Rockin' Recital Pics
- Smash Bros Sign Up
- Survivor (The band, not the show)
- You Can Call Me Al
- Music History
Studio News and Events
Last week's Rockin' Recital was totally unforgettable! Every performance was amazing as our students and teacher band worked together to create a truly rocking' recital! Check out the gallery below to get a peek at some of the fun!
The Smash Bros Open Mic is almost here!
Next friday is our Super Smash Bros Tournament and open mic! If you haven't signed up yet then now is the time!!! Click below to sign up!
Student / Teacher Juke Box
Every week we're gonna ask a student and their teacher to each name a song that they've been jamming on! This week we feature Ben Breslow and his teacher Dan!
"Eye of The Tiger" - Survivor
"I like this song because I can play it on the drums!"
"L'Via L'Viaquez" - The Mars Volta
"I like this song because it's groovy, weird, and erratic all at once. It also reminds me of when I was younger and how certain music just resonates with you your whole life."
RMC Featured Video
One of the highlights of the Rockin' Recital was when Aidan and Declan came out for an incredible performance of "You Can Call Me Al" and if you weren't there to catch it in person then you've got to check out this video of their killer performance!
This Day In Music History
2015 - Apple Music
"Apple Music reversed its payment policy, a day after Taylor Swift said she was refusing to allow the company to stream her latest album 1989. In an open letter to Apple, Swift said she was withholding the record as she was unhappy with the three-month free trial offered to subscribers, saying "We don't ask you for free iPhones. Please don't ask us to provide you with our music for no compensation." Apple now said it would pay artists for music streamed during trial periods."