Erin Hill Lends Her Talents To ‘Pirate Jane’

Erin Hill, renowned harpist, singer, and actor based out of New York City and Louisville, Kentucky joins The Peter Ulrich Collaboration as a featured performer on The Peter Ulrich Collaboration’s “Final Reflections, ” the final album in the Collaboration’s critically acclaimed Painted Caravan Trilogy to be released on December 3, 2019. Following Up The Success
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IBG Interview – 8 Questions With… Chris Corey

One of my favorite parts of creating music is putting together something that connects with you and releasing it to the world to find other like souls that connect with the music. The reach of music worldwide nowadays has made this possible. Our recent discovery Chris Corey seems to have this motivation as well. We
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Matthew Squires Shows You His “Visions Of America”

Menacing melodies float around us as the slow-churning string play of “Fire Song” fills the air with an ominousness that, although muted by the shadow of the rollicking beat, plays an understated role in the moodiness of “Perfect Eye” as well. “Silence, Now!” aches like a long-forgotten Paul Westerberg ballad refashioned in millennial blue, while
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Pronoun Stole Hearts At The Brooklyn Bazaar

– live review by Nick Galasso Alyse Vellturo started her one-woman band known as Pronoun in 2016 simply as a way to chronicle some of her most recent life experiences. However, while it started as a personal project, Pronoun soon gained momentum, with an increased popularity that led to appearances in major festivals such as
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Thomas Itty Gives Us His ‘Retrospective’

Songwriting is a skill that is never as easy as it seems. It takes an open and creative mind to put together words and melody that can tell a story and capture the ears of the listener. Our recent discovery Thomas Itty has mastered the art of sharing a story within a song. Music seems
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