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‘We’re Not Kidding Around’ with Frank Migliorelli and The Dirt Nappers

This last year of lockdowns has hit everyone hard, especially the kids. The lack of interaction and new discoveries has caused some child development to suffer. Many musicians were locked up with free time on their hands as well. So our friend Frank Migliorelli made some things happen and has found a piece of the […]

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Brian Charles Tischleder Welcomes Us To ‘This Town’

Music comes out of all sorts of situations. There are many songs written out of times of joy and happiness. Then there is the other side. Unfortunately some of the greatest songwriting has come out of telling of some of the most terrible situations. We have recently discovered more of this from new friend Brian […]

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Cool is Forever: Ex-SONY Head Bob Morelli

Industry Expert Continues His Tradition of Helping Musicians Create a Lasting Career Former Sony Music RED President Bob Morelli is celebrating the one year anniversary of his Long Island-based “Cool is Forever Consulting LLC”. Cool is Forever Consulting specializes in big picture strategies, tactical marketing, sales initiatives, negotiating distribution and label deals with a full […]

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Arienne Hearts Charlie Is Putting On The Greatest Show

Arienne Hearts Charlie, the impressively accurate name of jazz duo and married couple Arienne and Charlie, who released their newest album The Greatest Show on September 17th. Along with their career as musicians, both Arienne and Charlie are mental health professionals, and believe in the healing power of music. Though they grew up not far […]

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My Autumn Amor Speaks Out With ‘Quiet Girl’

The early years of any artist will have a profound impact on their craft. The influences that are provided by both parents and society will lead to the development of your art. Life is a driver of art. Accept that and become the best unique you that you can. Our friends of My Autumn Amor […]

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DUNxG Shows Off His “Evolution”

As a second generation hip-hop group, Oakland, CA’s DUNxG has a deep seeded history in music. DUNxG is compromised of S.O.T.U. (Son of the underground) and bandmate MEGA. Formed by the son of Jimi “Chopmaster J” Dright of Digital Underground, S.O.T.U. was raised within the music industry and knew he had to continue on with […]

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TWOFEW is a band worth ‘FightingFor’

Some of the most successful music projects come together in the most innocent and random ways. Being a working musician for a while will create tons of connections that seem to work their way back as time progresses. Our friend Michael-Jon Lazar has been in the game for quite a while and has a new […]

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Feel The Power of ‘The Day the Lady Cried’

The Day the Lady Cried is the latest release from The Nied’s Hotel Band, featuring John Vento. Anyone familiar with John Vento’s solo work will immediately know that this is likely to be a very personal, specific song, especially when you know that the eponymous ‘Lady’ of the title is the Statue of Liberty. Visiting […]