The Other Nashville Society sets out to shift the city’s focus from country music to its diverse music culture

Known for its fried chicken and barbecue, Nashville, Tennessee is perhaps most notably the country music capital of the world. It is less recognized however, that the city that produces some of the biggest country music stars, also harbors the likes of Meghan Trainor, The Black Keys and many of the brightest songwriters and producers in the industry. That is until now. The Other Nashville … Continue reading The Other Nashville Society sets out to shift the city’s focus from country music to its diverse music culture

Exclusive look at the making of HBO’s documentary, “David Bowie: The Last Five Years”

“I don’t think the public knew what he was like. I don’t think I knew what he was like. I think it’s very hard to work out another human being. So in a way, if I gave a tiny insight, it is only a tiny insight into what this great man was like.” Francis Whately Continue reading Exclusive look at the making of HBO’s documentary, “David Bowie: The Last Five Years”

The Sound of Music: Musicians On Call delivers joy to patients

Originally published as cover feature for Colorado Hotel Magazine, Fall/Holiday Edition – November 2017 ‘Tis the season for caroling and gifts, toasting friends and family and reflecting on seasons gone by! For Musicians On Call however, every day is dedicated to spreading cheer through song. Their mission is simply to bring life on the wings of music to patients hospitalized with severe injuries and illness year-round … Continue reading The Sound of Music: Musicians On Call delivers joy to patients

Jim Brickman and Five for Fighting collaborate on Christmas Song to honor Troops

“Music is such a bridge,” internationally renowned pianist, Jim Brickman began, “Because it’s the emotional connection there that doesn’t’ need the spoken word to communicate.” And a bridge, is quite literally what he and Five For Fighting, AKA John Ondrasik, hope their newly released holiday single, “Christmas Where You Are”, will be to troops deployed this holiday season. The single debuted in advance of Brickman’s … Continue reading Jim Brickman and Five for Fighting collaborate on Christmas Song to honor Troops

J-Zone of The Du-Rites: Greasy Listening

By: Sherron Shabazz J-Zone is a rapper, producer, author, and entrepreneur. It’s ironic that his greatest success has come from a skill he learned late in life – drumming. As one-half of the two-man funk band known as “The Du-Rites” alongside guitarist Pablo Martin, Zone is living out his childhood dream to give us the funk. “When I was younger I was an only child, … Continue reading J-Zone of The Du-Rites: Greasy Listening

Margaret Cho exclusive: new fall tour, fresh material and what keeps her going

“Whatever it is, everybody has that divine purpose, and to find it is really the most important thing to do.” Margaret Cho told us. For her, that seems to be making people laugh about polarizing content, while challenging us to think about social justice and politically relevant issues. Finding the balance between both is what has made Margaret so relatable and propelled her career from comedy, … Continue reading Margaret Cho exclusive: new fall tour, fresh material and what keeps her going

The Script discusses the story behind new album, “Freedom Child” available everywhere tomorrow

“Music is magic,” lead vocalist Danny O’Donoghue of The Script told us. And on the eve of the release of their fifth studio album, they are relying on that to be a vehicle promoting freedom. “We finally have a reason to travel around the world with a worthy message,” Danny explained, “And here we are, we’re back and we ain’t going away for a long time.” … Continue reading The Script discusses the story behind new album, “Freedom Child” available everywhere tomorrow