Patrick Foellmer speaks about his story from being a primary school teacher to a music instructor, from a culture consultant at the Thueringen Ministry to start his own band Lillabungalow and the risks and hiccups he faced up to this point.
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BY KEVIN BYRD
@ VOL 20
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In Kevin Byrd's Failures at PechaKucha Night Atlanta Vol. 20, Kevin Byrd, shows us some of his ideas that did not work out. One was a photo-sticker art project, another was a new T-shirt design. He also tried his luck as a DJ and a dancer. Watch to see what happened with these and more.
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BY STEPHEN O'SHEA
@ VOL 11
ON MAY 06, 2016
"Don't spend the night in that hotel!"
In Idiot's Guide to Being a Touring Rock Band from PechaKucha Night New Westminster Vol. 11, Stephen O'Shea takes us coast to coast and back again and tells us all the ins and outs of being a touring rock band. Think you have what it takes to take your rock band on a tour across Canada?
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BY HANNA MAWBEY
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BY ANDY WALLMAN
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BY JOSEPH BENTALHA
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