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Tuesday
Dec072010

Thirsty? Peter & Friends Offer Some Water To Drink

Once again, TGL was on the sceen for another in a series of shows for the Peter Martin Music: LIVE! concert series with a live webcast.  This show featured Peter Martin on piano, Romero Lubambo on guitar, Erin Bode with vocals, and Christopher Thomas on the bass.

For the second to last song of the night, the band performed the Antonio Carlos Jobim bossa nova classic "Agua De Beber" (in English - Water To Drink). 

We plan on posting more video from this concert from our main camera later.  But if you'd like to check out a full run through of the show as we broadcast it, just click here and you should be able to see the entire, uncut, wonderful 2 hour performance.  Enjoy!!

Friday
Apr092010

Successful Live Webcast and Great Music: Watch Some Again!

Well last week featured our very first, worldwide live broadcast of an event here at The Global Loop.  We sent our operations to St. Louis, Missouri, USA and the Sheldon Concert Hall to transmit the 2nd show in the Peter Martin Music: Live! series.  This show on April 2nd was called "The Reunion" and featured not only Peter Martin (piano),  Jeremy Davenport (vocals/trumpet), and Christopher Thomas (bass) coming back to their childhood home, but it welcomed Ulysses Owens, Jr. (drums) to play with the trio that first played music together over 25 years ago.  The show was tremendous!  You can see some of the show as transmitted live below.

But to warm you up, you should take a look and listen to a selection from the 1st show in the series when Peter invited Dianne Reeves to the Sheldon's stage.  They've performed together around the world for more than 11 years now.  Dianne won a Grammy for the soundtrack to the George Clooney directed "Good Night, and Good Luck" and Peter performed in the movie and album as well.

"One For My Baby (And One More For The Road)" closed out the movie and was performed at their show.  We here at The Global Loop produced a video of the shoot that we did for that 1st concert because we felt that this superior performance of that great night of music needed to be singled out.  Enjoy this before you settle in to last week's concert.  Comment freely below too:

Here is a replay of the first part of the live show last week.  To get to the beginning of the music, just fast forward to 4:00 and then let it run.

CLICK THE SMALL ARROW IN THE BOTTOM RIGHT-HAND CORNER OF THE VIDEO WINDOW TO PLAY (apparently UStream puts a commercial first..not us)

Now here's a second section of the Live performance.  We didn't have a fully recorded version of the whole show, but we'll have some very nice crip, produced versions of selections of this show up in the near future.

ENJOY!

CLICK THE SMALL ARROW IN THE BOTTOM RIGHT-HAND CORNER OF THE VIDEO WINDOW TO PLAY (apparently UStream puts a commercial first..not us)

Thursday
Mar252010

The Debut Of Webcasting

We're excited to announce that beginning April 2, 2010, The Global Loop will enter the world of webcasting!

This is a big deal.  This is the first step into what this site is going to be about for the future.

We plan on broadcasting both live and prepackaged programming here on the site and making that programming available at times that are friendly to all followers of the site around the world.

You'll notice a new page on the site called "The Global Loop Live" at the top of all pages.  You can click there to see any live programming currently going on and to find out about future broadcasts.

We're proud to have as our first live webcast the 2nd concert in the Peter Martin Music: Live! series from St. Louis, Missouri, USA.  The name of this show is "The Reunion".  Peter Martin (piano) welcomes back to their hometown old classmates/bandmates Jeremy Davenport (trumpet/vocals) and Christopher Thomas (bass) as well as  Ulysses S. Owens, Jr (Drums) for what promises to be a tremendous evening of jazz at The Sheldon Concert Hall.

This is the first in what we hope is many webcasts, so we're looking to get as many people to watch as possible.  Please click here become of our page on Facebook and follow us on Twitter so that you can get updates on all programming as they happen.

We're excited about this opportunity and we're hoping all goes off smoothly.  Wish us luck and, if you aren't in the audience on Friday the 2nd, then we hope you're here online with us.

Spread the word far and wide!!