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Charles Wright – 50 Years In Music

To continue our series of long-standing careers in this crazy business known as music, we would like to highlight the career of Charles Wright.  We all know that staying power will always be a difficult task but there is proof that it can be done with hard work and catchy music. The funk and soul […]

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Fly Moon Royalty Gets into “Delicious Trouble”

I have always viewed music as an art. Being able to bring together aspects of many different genres and blend together sounds that flow perfectly together is a talent that should be envied. Fly Moon Royalty is not an artist that I had ever heard of before, but after a little searching, I learned that this […]

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(In)Body Debut Strong with “Becom(in)g”

By Emma Cohen of Indie Band Guru Hailing from Los Angeles, (In)Body is a musical group made up of Amador and Daniel Weidlein. While the duo is relatively new to the music industry, both musicians have proven to be talented artists and already have their first album, Becom(in)g, on the way. Boasting a sound that […]

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Rhythm Express Hits Soulful Notes

By Emma Cohen of Indie Band Guru The Rhythm Express’ new single, “Soul Nation (Under One Vibration),” brings together not only a large group of artists, musical styles and eras, as well. The references to James Brown, Sly & the Family Stone, Parliament Funkadelic and The Supremes can all be heard as well as felt. Rhythm […]

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Mavis Staples’ Newest Proves She’s Still Got It

With a music career that spans over 50 years, soulful singer-songwriter Mavis Staples shows no signs of stopping anytime soon. Last month she released her 14th solo studio album, Livin’ On A High Note, proving that even at 76, age holds no power over the ability to create art and reinvent yourself. Mavis Staples: Still Got It […]