See Schaff Run's autograph in KLSU's live room

Caroline, Chris, Scott, and Laura of local band See Schaff Run teach DJ Strangelove a few facts about lions, some insight on their music, what your hair says about you, and hot shows they having coming up in Baton Rouge.

Listen below for See Schaff Run's interview and in-studio performance, and follow along with the videos, photos, and links the band mentions throughout the conversation. 

You can See Schaff Run TONIGHT: Thursday, March 5th at Red Star 10:00pm. 

Or, Saturday, March 7th for Delta's Spring Music + Poetry Showcase also at Red Star.  

0:09 "Sound Of The Sea"

3:32 "A Song That I Sing"

7:04 "What Are You Doing Tomorrow?"

See Schaff Run consists of Caroline Schaff (Vocals, Ukulele, Guitar), Scott Graves (Percussion), Chris Hochkeppel (Vocals, Guitar), Laura Swirsky (Vocals, Glockenspiel), Anton Zholondz (Violin), Andrew Borniak (Bass)

1. As mentioned in the interview, Chris and Scott are members of another local band: Burris. They are a Jazz-Rock/Funk-Soul/Fusion group from Baton Rouge and Lafayette, Louisiana. Listen to their submission to NPR's Tiny Desk Contest with song "I'm Alright" below. HERE is Burris on Facebook. 

2. At :20 into the interview, Laura mentions singing with local musician Emily Miller. She is a singer/songwriter based in good ol' Baton Rouge. 

3. 1:50, Caroline and Laura correct Strangelove about song "I'm Wearing Shorts I Swear." It is actually a song titled "Deviled Eggs," but cannot be found online any longer. It was online at one point I swear. And yes, everyone had pants on for this interview. 

4. Here is the cute lil clip Strangelove mentions at 2:20. Post by Caroline Schaff Music

Winston Triolo of Palmyra is featured in the video. Palmyra is a "Rock N Folkin Roll" from New Orleans. 
5. HERE is the Reveille article about Caroline written by Javier Fernández
6. At 5:20, the group talks about the intimacy of local bar Red Star.  The address is 222 Laurel St. Baton Rouge
7. 8:40, See Schaff Run will play for Delta Literary Journal's Music + Poetry Showcase Saturday, March 7 at Red Star. There will be open mic poetry along with music from See Schaff Run, Ryan Blanchfield, and KLSU DJs. The event starts at 7 and it will be $7 at the door. HERE for more info. 
Delta Literary Journal is both a literary journal and a writing community produced by and for undergraduate students at LSU. They "seek to annually publish creative works of the highest caliber in poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, and visual art in the Baton Rouge area."
8. Caroline mentions Jive Flamingo at 9:30 into the interview. Jive Flamingo is a "Local Music Project and Volunteer-run BR music blog, calendar, & more!"
HERE is Jive Flamingo on Facebook. 
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