Posts tagged with "JOHN LENNON"

Video and Exclusive Interview Cold Roses

Video and Exclusive Interview Cold Roses
VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Band:  COLD ROSES Music Video:  “Staying Alive Ain’t Easy” Philly-based Indie-Rock Band Cold Roses Releases New Video “Staying Alive Ain’t Easy” Cold Roses captures the essence of the Philly-soul sound in their new album Escape to Anywhere released on Los Angeles indie-label Recorded Records. “Staying Alive Ain’t Easy” is the first single—and the infectious chorus jumps out and grabs... 

EXPERIENCE VINYL—BRAD HAMMONDS & JAKE FISHBEIN

EXPERIENCE VINYL—BRAD HAMMONDS & JAKE FISHBEIN
VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW EXPERIENCE VINYL Experience Vinyl is more than a record a month club. It’s a total customer experience with special concerts and unique member-only benefits. Each month, members will receive a selection of the featured artist-curator’s essential “Desert Island Disc.” Accompanying the record will be a personal description written by or for the artist about why the record is so important. In addition... 

VIDEO + EXCLUSIVE: HONEY WEST

VIDEO + EXCLUSIVE: HONEY WEST
VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Band: HONEY WEST Musician:  TED ZURKOWSKI Music Video: “Dementia” Directed: Maxwell McDonald New Video “Dementia” from Honey West, featuring Foreigner & King Crimson co-founder Ian McDonald   Honey West is what happens when a British rock giant and an acclaimed member of New York’s acting community walk into a recording studio and produce an album of original songs. Multi-instrumentalist... 

VIDEO PREMIERE + INTERVIEW PETER WHITE

VIDEO PREMIERE + INTERVIEW PETER WHITE
VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician:  PETER WHITE Music Video: “Groovin’” Songwriters: Felix Cavaliere & Eddie Brigati PETER WHITE Web-Exclusive Interview with M Music & Musicians magazine publisher, Merlin David For his fifteenth recording as a leader, Peter White, the former Al Stewart sideman (who co-wrote the 1978 hit “Time Passages”) returns to some of his favorite tracks from the 60s and 70s, including... 

SPENCER DAY

SPENCER DAY
SPENCER DAY HOMETOWN: East Layton, Utah INFUENCES: Joni Mitchell, John Lennon, Paul Simon ALBUM: The Mystery of You, out now WEBSITE: spencerday.com Modern jazz singer and pianist Spencer Day learned the power of music during his troubled childhood. He grew up in a strict Mormon household in small-town Utah, and his parents divorced when he was young. His mother, a classical opera singer turned teacher, encouraged his love of music as a means of... 

JOHN LENNON

JOHN LENNON
JOHN LENNON Gimme Some Truth [Capitol] BOX SET REVIEW “Look at me,” sang John Lennon in 1970, with the Beatles’ bitter breakup just behind him and an uncertain new decade ahead. “What am I supposed to be?” Every great songwriter asks that question in one way or another, but few do so with the ruthless honesty with which Lennon pursued it through a solo career rich with contradictory impulses, wild course corrections and—of course—an... 
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