Last night in Cincinnati I was geared up for Country music, beer and probably a hot dog because I skipped dinner. But what I got was so much more.
Upon my arrival to Riverbend Music Center, an outdoor pavillion there in Cincinnati who hosts all the best acts in the country, I noticed some clouds… Read More
Have you given up on radio like I have? If you're into that popular "four on the floor" beat music with overly produced vocals and sampled drums, well...this album isn't for you. There's actual raw talent here.Read More
What's happening right now? I got this disc "California Cauliflower" by Ian and The Dream - and try as I might, had a hard time judging the "book by the cover." That being said, I had to actually make effort and play the disc to form an opinion and I think I'm either blown away or… Read More
You know that feeling you get when you hear new music on the radio? I do. And it's not good. It's full of what I call "beard music" and is that folky, four on the floor with the kick drum, lets see how "ironic" we can be crap day in and day out. Then I… Read More
It may come as a surprise to music lovers on this side of the pond, but “Fire Within” is not Birdy’s debut album. “Fire Within” is actually the poetic songwriter’s second album, releasing in the U.S. while Birdy is amid a whirlwind stateside tour with Christina Perri. At the ripe old age of 17, Birdy… Read More
Personal managers, lawyers, and booking agents can be very instrumental in advancing a recording artist’s career. Assembling the right advisors can often be the difference between success and failure for an artist. Qualities to consider include: Experience, contacts, knowledge, enthusiasm, competence, personality, fees and commissions.
Years ago, talented acts would often be discovered… Read More
The Winery Dogs are rock n' rolls newest addition to the scene but make no mistake, the members are anything but newbies in the biz.
Singer/guitarist Richie Kotzen made himself known with Poison and Mr. Big while bassist Billy Sheehan (whom we've interviewed, also with Mr. Big has also been with Talas and David Lee… Read More
As I stroll around the internet from time to time looking up bands for various reasons (choosing an opening act for my band, etc.), I see a growing number of artists who have gotten away from having their own website and just utilizing Facebook as their main page. Well, what's interesting is I remember writing a post on a discussion forum similar to the blog I'm writing now. Except exchange the word Facebook for Myspace.