After the Fall: Still Here – Keith Kweder Memorial

This special edition of the Pennsylvania Rock Show, features an interview of Doug Carnahan from After the Fall. We discuss their new album “My Confession” that was just released on July 25th, and especially their song “Still Here” which is a memorial to the late, great Keith Kweder. Keith was the drummer for the bands Skell and Dimwit and a huge supporter of the Rock for Life Concert Series. Doug also dishes on starring in Chip DiMonick’s video for their song “You Ain’t Punk” and more!

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Mike Ekis – “So Keith got him and me tickets to see Boz Scaggs at the Chevy amphitheater, so we tailgate and head inside. We had great seats with no one in front of us, which is a good thing cause we were singing so loud we would have ruined the show for anyone who wanted to hear Boz sing. It was something we always did whether in our basements or at a venue. He is truly missed every day.”

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Bill is the owner of Build the Scene, Vice President of First Angel Media, and the "tech guy" behind Music from the 412. He has been working with local, independent bands since 1996. He currently offers the following services: Web Design & Development, Electronic Press Kit Design & Development, Concert & Promotional Photograpy, Radio, Streaming TV, & Podcast Airtime, & Artist PR & Marketing Bill is the host of the Pennsylvania Rock Show (Radio, Podcast, TV Show & Vlog), 3 Questions and a Song (Radio, Podcast & Vlog) & Friendly Fire (Live Radio Show). Bill is also the owner of Build the Scene Radio