Category Archives: LOLs History

Historical information about the ensemble.

A review from our January concert tour

Here’s a great review post of our concert at Columbus State University (Columbus, GA) on January 27, 2011. Clearly, he’s someone who understands what we’re trying to do with the LOLs. Read more here: Patrick McCurry: [hello world]

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Music from things you touch every day

Here’s a great article from today’s “The Advocate,” our local paper, on last night’s LOL concert at the Manship Theatre. It’s probably the best press coverage we’ve had. Check out the picture gallery. There are some great images. ‘Music from … Continue reading

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Some comments on the LOLs

Alex Cook, music reviewer and all around good guy, posted some kind thoughts about the Laptop Orchestra of Louisiana on his blog “The Record Crate” on 225batonrouge.com.  What I didn’t know is that he heard me many (many) years ago … Continue reading

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Video from the LOLs outdoor concert

Our friend, Alex Cook, posted a video of one of the improvisations by the LOLs at yesterday’s sonic intervention at Free Speech Alley (in front of the LSU Student Union). I hope you enjoy it. YouTube – Laptop Orchestra of … Continue reading

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LOL Tour – Day 4

The LOL tour finally came to a close in Athens, GA at the Hodgson School of Music at UGA. Half of the crew drove direct from Columbus to Athens, but the other half came with me to Georgia Tech’s Center … Continue reading

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