Thursday, March 11, 2010

FoxNet News Service

FoxNet News for Thursday, March 11, 2010.
Welcome to FoxNet, the newsletter for information about my musical
activities such as Galactic Travels, Pulse, The Municipal Band of
Allentown, Pinnacle, and much more!

Bill Fox


8:00 am - Afterglow on WMUH
11:00 pm - Galactic Travels on WDIY

Coming this week:
March 12 - Pulse at Mixx
March 13 - Chez Mosc

Coming up:
March 20 - Thought Radio
March 20 - Chez Mosc
March 26 - Pinnacle at Dave Phillips
March 27 - Chez Mosc



Afterglow airs from 8:00 am to 9:30 am (EST/GMT-5:00/ITZ-5:00) every
Thursday morning. Tune in for a delightful mix of eclectic musical
genres including a healthy dose of Progressive Rock. Tune in at 91.7
FM or on the internet at

Today's show will stretch until noon. That means more Prog!

Tonight at 11 pm (EST/GMT-5/ITZ-5) on Galactic Travels, I'll continue
the month-long Special Focus on Mark Mahoney and Michael Peck. The
Featured CD at Midnight will be "Beyond the Vaulting Skies" by Mark
Mahoney on Waiting World Records. For details, see the Special Focus
page at:

Galactic Travels is an electronic, ambient, and space music show that
airs each Thursday at 11:04 pm on WDIY 88.1 FM, Allentown and
Bethlehem, 93.9 FM in Easton and Phillipsburg, 93.7 FM in Fogelsville
and Trexlertown, on the internet, and in High Definition Radio at 88.1
FM. Listen at on the internet.


Pulse returns to Mixx Nightclub at 15th and Sumner in Allentown on
Friday, March 12. The fun starts at 9:00 pm. Sounds like a great
way to relax after aa hectic work week.
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PULSE plays at the level of a tribute band without specializing on any
one band. This is no mean feat! This high caliber Classic Rock band
plays the music of Steely Dan, Santana, Deep Purple, Pink Floyd, Moody
Blues, Jethro Tull, Blues Brothers, Beatles, and other top shelf
groups. The group includes Greg Van Allen (guitars and vocals), Rod
Gilkeson (vocals), Bob Ashmore (Keyboards), Bill Fox (bass and vocals),
and Billy Fenstermacher (drums and vocals).

Having a party? Hire Pulse to play and your friends will talk about
your party for months to come.

Saturday nights at 6:00 pm (EST/GMT-5), join Howard Moscovitz and me in
our weekly netcast concert. With guitar, slide guitar, and Lots of
synthesizers at hand, we weave electronic soundscapes on-line for world
wide enjoyment.


My next stint on Thought Radio, the Saturday edition of The AM/FM Show
will be Saturday, March 6 at 6 am EST (GMT-5). I will continue the
special on Sequences Electronic Music Magazine's sampler CDs in Phase

I host the show every other week. When I am at the helm, the show
features electronic, ambient, and spacemusic at the beginning, an
eclectic mix of genres in the middle, and winds up with Progressive

Tune in at 91.7 FM or on the internet at

DAVE PHILLIPS MUSIC AND SOUND presents Friday Night Feature Artists
with PINNACLE, Friday, March 26, 6:30 to 7:30 pm.

Friday Night Feature Artists is the showcase for local talent presented
at Dave Phillips Music and Sound. Pinnacle will kick the tires and
light the fires on March 26 at 6:30 pm and will be unveiling a BIG
SURPRISE. Don't be late because it only lasts one hour. What a great
way to decompress after work on your way home for the weekend. Call
DPMS at 610-820-5600 for details and visit the event listings on:
Please feel free to use the banner at to promote
this event on your website and social networks.

Print the flier at and post it
all over creation. Take your photo with the posted flier and send it
to me.

Pinnacle is the Lehigh Valley's premier Progressive Rock band. They
craft a big sound of accessible music. They have played at festivals
(Prog Day and ProgOctoberfest) and theaters (Crossroads in New
Brunswick, NJ; Forum in Metuchen, NJ), backed Nick D'Virgilio (Genesis,
Tears for Fears, Spock's Beard) in concert, shared the stage with
Riverside (Poland), Spock's Beard (California), and performed at The
New Jersey Proghouse concert series multiple times. Influences
include Kansas, Jethro Tull, Pink Floyd, Yes, Genesis, Beatles,
Marillion, Spock's Beard, Dixie Dregs, Steve Morse Band, Rush, and
others. The music is hook-based songs that include musical flights of
fancy that you can really sink your teeth into.

Pinnacle on the internet:

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