Music Conference – Getting Ready, Camaraderie and the Tour Vehicle. The Rod Kim & Vince Cirino Self Deprecating RKVC Pop Rock Pop Up Videos.
Music Conference – Getting ready is a lot of work.
Getting ready for a music conference is a lot of preparation. Just like the majority of gigs for romantic pop rock duo RKVC, there’s a lot of gear to fit in the very small (yet very fuel efficient) tour vehicle. With limited space, sometimes there are disagreements about how the packing should go. Friends on the road depend on a well developed sense of camaraderie to work through such disagreements. Argument or not, they make it to the point, they make it fast and they move on so they can perform.
The featured music is a clip of an RKVC penned song, “Don’t Need Anything” featuring a lively flugelhorn solo from Bullbucker‘s very own Jim Miller. Both the song and the video give you a glimpse of the self deprecating humor that is inevitably part of romantic pop rock duo RKVC.
The Self-Deprecating Romantic Pop Rock Duo of Rod Kim & Vince Cirino bridges the gap between songs of heartbreak and love without making you want to jump off that bridge…but it doesn’t promise that one of these guys won’t push the other off the bridge given the time and circumstance.
Getting ready for the Dewey Beach Music Conference, Rod and Vince pack the tour vehicle as they have hundreds of times before. Even in a high-speed time lapsed video, their camaraderie is evident and their self deprecating humor shows.
Along with festivals like Dewey Beach Music Conference, RKVC tours the country performing romantic pop rock songs and entertaining audiences with their natural self deprecating humor on and off the stage. Be sure to catch these guys in a city near you or online at http://rkvc.net/ –The Self-Deprecating Romantic Pop Rock Duo of RKVC bridges the gap between songs of heartbreak and love without making you want to jump off that bridge. Rod Kim & Vince Cirino: Mixing the feel & soul of the singer/songwriter genre with a noncommittal love for modern electronic pop.