The family feud continues over where to store renowned electronic instrument inventor Bob Moog’s archives, with his widow and the president of his daughter’s foundation releasing dueling statements.
A move to ship Bob Moog’s archives from Asheville to New York is creating family discord over the best way to preserve the late inventor’s legacy.
Google’s “Moog doodle” – an interactive, synthesizer-based, playable logo – is on the search engine giant’s homepage today, honoring the late Asheville inventor Bob Moog on what would’ve been his 78th birthday.
Eat out at Early Girl or buy some Moog Music merch, and your money will help support the Bob Moog Foundation on the anniversary of the electronic music pioneer’s 78th birthday.
Midway through the first week of January, I still don’t have a new calendar. Here’s a sweet one from the Bob Moog Foundation.
Three new announcements come from Moogfest, and none of them involve bands — though are some highly-coveted concert posters (proceeds benefit the Moog Foundation). And, if you win the contest, you could get to see a whole bunch of bands. Like, a full three-day Halloween weekend festival’s worth.
This morning the entire lineup (with a promise of further announcements to come) was released for the Halloween weekend three-day, three-venue extravaganza.
Last night, May 26, Erik Norlander and a group of local musicians including Woody Wood, Ellie LaBar, Adama Dembele, Shen Hunt, Oso Rey and Debrissa McKinney jammed-out at the Moogus Operandi pre-party at Echo Mountain Studios. The main event goes down tonight at the Orange Peel starting at 7 p.m. See last week’s feature “Feeling the Moog Spirit” for more info.
Asheville Brewing Company and the Asheville-based Bob Moog Foundation are launching a beer named for synthesizer pioneer, Bob Moog.
A savvy May fundraising event is in the works, featuring Erik Norlander’s Wall of Doom, interactive exhibits, local street musicians, an art auction and more.
Interactive display pays tribute to the late electronic-music guru Bob Moog, sets the stage for a permanent Moogseum in Asheville