Chronicle Sessions: Hooverville Part I & II

MILFORD – The Chronicle Sessions is a new project sponsored by milfordchronicle.net, harringtonjournal.com and sussexcountypost.com and their affiliate newspaper, which was created to shine a light on to local artists and into community journalism.

Each “session” we invite a local musician, band, group, performing artists, along with our viewers into our office for a brief conversation and a performance.

The show is shot with one camera and is hosted by Managing Editor Logan B. Anderson.

The Chronicle Sessions is a way for viewers to experience what local reporters do when they interview local performing artists.

 

 

 

 

For the first session, viewers will meet Hooverville, a classic rock band based in Delaware that has performed in many venues throughout Delmarva.

The band’s name invokes a history that can be felt in their music.

They are made up by Danny Beck, lead guitar and vocals; Al Cook, on bass; James Marquardt, rhythm guitar and vocals and John “Taco” Wroten, on drums.

For more information about the band and its schedule, visit https://www.facebook.com/Hoovervillemusic or e-mail Hoovervilebookings@gmail.com.

Check out the Chronicle Sessions, hear how the band got together and learn the history behind its name plus here some good music performed and filmed in downtown Milford at the newspapers’ office  – 37A N. Walnut Street, Milford, De.

Any band, group, musician or other performing artist that wants to be featured in an upcoming episode of the Chronicle Sessions, should e-mail mc@newszap.com.

Managing Editor Logan B. Anderson can be reached at landerson@newszap.com. Follow @LoganBAnderson on Twitter.

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