Posts tagged with "ADELE"

Video+Exclusive Interview RONNIE SPECTOR

Video+Exclusive Interview RONNIE SPECTOR
Video Feature & Web-Exclusive Interview Musician:  RONNIE SPECTOR Video:  “Be My Baby” Iconic singer and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee Ronnie Spector solidifies her status as the Rosetta Stone for female rock performers of today. Christmas tour is set to kick-off. Critical respect is at its peak, and Ronnie Spector continues to thrill—inspiring and empowering a new generation of fans as an enduring, transcendent figure, who has... 

SESAC Signs Global Superstar Adele

SESAC Signs Global Superstar Adele
SESAC Signs Global Superstar Adele Multiple GRAMMY®-winning Artist Joins Nation’s Only Music Rights Organization GRAMMY® award-winning, multi-platinum recording artist and songwriter Adele has moved to SESAC Performing Rights for representation in the United States—announced by John Josephson, chairman and CEO, SESAC Holdings, Inc., the only Music Rights Organization in the U.S. Adele, whose chart-topping singles include “Rolling in the Deep,”... 

VIDEO + EXCLUSIVE – SHANI ROSE

VIDEO + EXCLUSIVE – SHANI ROSE
VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician:  SHANI ROSE Music Video: “Stronger Together” Shani Rose partners with Whole Planet Foundation Shani Rose is embarking on a new journey which appears to have limitless possibilities. She has partnered with Whole Planet Foundation, and along with another singer-songwriter, Katie Ferrara, they begin “The Road Less Traveled Tour” on March 8 in their hometown Los Angeles. This is a unique... 

MUSIC & SPORTS—OLYMPICS WEB-EXCLUSIVE

MUSIC & SPORTS—OLYMPICS WEB-EXCLUSIVE
MUSIC & SPORTS—OLYMPICS WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Olympic Gold Medalist:  STEVE LEWIS Video: “400 Meters—1988 Olympics Gold”     STEVE LEWIS Web-Exclusive Interview with M Music & Musicians magazine publisher, Merlin David   Music and sports have always been connected. The Olympics is the world stage spotlight for athletes, and music continues to be a driving force for an athlete’s preparation—and for their final... 

CHARLENE SORAIA

CHARLENE SORAIA
CHARLENE SORAIA Moonchild charlenesoraia.com The debut from this British songstress begins with high, wordless vocals, equal parts Karen Carpenter and John Carpenter. As “When We Were Five” progresses, the line between love song and horror flick only grows blurrier. “I’ll declare you’re mine,” sings Soraia (who attended the same performing-arts school as Adele), but then Moog synth creeps in and she’s making that pledge from The Twilight... 

GRACE POTTER

GRACE POTTER
GRACE POTTER She and her Nocturnals look a little more glam, but they’re grittier than ever   By Russell Hall  Back in 2010, fans of Grace Potter and the Nocturnals had a couple of big changes to deal with. First there were two new members, bass player Catherine Popper and guitarist Benny Yurco. But for listeners who had been following the band since it first hit the jam-band circuit in the early 2000s, the second change might have been even... 

2012 ASCAP EXPO Photo Coverage

2012 ASCAP EXPO Photo Coverage
I Create Music • 2012 ASCAP EXPO April 19-21, 2012 • Los Angeles | The Premier Conference for Songwriters, Composers and Producers ‘The ASCAP Expo offers a comprehensive road map for a successful career in music—while providing plenty of inspiration to keep musicians motivated along the way.’ -M Music & Musicians magazine   Photography by Jeff Fasano Kiersty Rouge     Apogee Electronics at 2012 ASCAP EXPO ASCAP’s Randy... 

ADELE

ADELE
ADELE Live at the Royal Albert Hall [Columbia] After issuing two mega-selling albums before the tender age of 21, Adele Adkins has had fans raving about her as the second coming of Dusty Springfield. And she makes a pretty good case for that opinion on this full-length concert DVD recorded at London’s most venerable venue. Adele displays expert pitch and control, and a rare ability to wring visceral emotion out of a simple lyric like “I won’t... 

ADELE

ADELE
ADELE For a British singer coming into her voice, a bad habit leads to a great discovery Smoking is bad for your health, but it can be good for your musical education—just ask Adele. During her U.S. tour following her breakthrough 2008 album, 19, the Grammy-winning British singer wound up spending a lot of time with her Nashville-based bus driver. “I used to have to smoke at the front of the bus, and I would stay up there with him for a 10-hour... 
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