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Golden Dimes Let Us Inside ‘JJ’s House’

Musicians all share a certain specific DNA. It lives and breathes inside of us throughout our lives, even when the main focus can not be on creating our own music. But musical fate has a way of connecting just the right people to eventually get that music out of us. A perfect example of this […]

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Dan Ashley Shows Us “What Really Matters” With Latest Single

2019 has been an interesting year for adult contemporary artists on both sides of the dial, and among the more interesting players I’ve discovered hanging around the indie ranks is none other than Dan Ashley, whose single “What Really Matters” has been raising some eyebrows among many scene stalwarts lately. Mellow to the bone and […]

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David Anderson releases Lake Placid Blue

In a smoky spoken word drawl, David Anderson sparks up “Charline Arthur,” the opening track of his brand new record Lake Placid Blue, and simultaneously opens the floodgates separating us from a venerable ocean of folk music might. On the back of a rollicking acoustic groove, he marches his lyrical attack to familiar yet archaic beat […]

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Linda Marie Fischer Debuts Album, “Arc of Love”

Love is an interesting thing. In a sense, love can be likened to alcohol on a wound—it can sting painfully but is ultimately healing. Leo Buscaglia, who I am currently reading, wrote a series of lectures on it. I, as a graduate student/nerd, wrote a research paper about it. Whether they realize it or not, […]

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The Willing Continue To Show ‘eMotion’

There are many powers in music. One that is often obvious is the bond it creates. When a group of musicians gets together to make music time and space can seem to stand still as musical magic takes over. When everything lines up correctly these musicians get closer and closer as they feed off each […]

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Ajay Mathur – ‘Forget About Yesterday’

India-born and Switzerland-based musician Ajay Mathur is out with a single called “Forget About Yesterday,” from his latest album, Little Boat. It’s a fun song with a great message and a distinctive sound that Mathur has been perfecting throughout his career. He is a truly dynamic artist that puts his heart and soul into his […]

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This Is Chapell Shows How Persistence Pays Off

There is something to be said about persistence in the music industry. It can be a wild ride of crazy ups and downs but those with passion will always succeed in the end. Music has a way of testing your dedication. Luckily for all of us, Alan Chapell stuck it out and we get to […]

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Josh Pfeiffer Lets Us Into His “Life”

As artists, we all have more responsibilities than we often realize. Fans of our music will often look up to us for more than just our song output. With the social media society we are now in, the fans expect to see more of our lives than just our musical output. Being a good person […]