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Neon Reverb: Looking Forward
Neon Reverb: Looking Forward

AIR DATE: September 19, 2011

The Neon Reverb Music Festival wrapped up this past weekend.  But while it brings in big-name national acts, filmmakers, and comedians, its founders say they're still true to its local music roots.  So what's the vision for the future of Neon Reverb?  How will the Zappos sponsorship change things?  And to recap the festival, which bands made a splash, and which ones were out of tune?  Co-founder James Woodbridge, and arts reporter Mike Prevatt join us for a recap.

James Woodbridge, co-founder, Neon Reverb Music Festival
Mike Prevatt, Arts and Entertainment Ed, Las Vegas CityLife

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