Posts tagged with "Keb’ Mo’"

Video Feature MINDI ABAIR AND THE BONESHAKERS

Mindi Abair and The Boneshakers, Hollywood, California. 22 April 2017. Video Feature Musician:  MINDI ABAIR AND THE BONESHAKERS Video:  “Run Run Rudolph”  MINDI ABAIR AND THE BONESHAKERS’ VIDEO “RUN RUN RUDOLPH” Here’s a Holiday treat from Mindi Abair, one of the most recognized and sought-after saxophonists/vocalists—who is also a two-time Grammy nominee. She has been electrifying audiences with her dynamic live performances... 

MINDY SMITH VIDEO PREMIERE

VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Artist: MINDY SMITH Song: “Starting Over Again” Songwriters: Mindy Smith & Cliff Goldmacher Producer: Cliff Goldmacher Animation: Paul and Sandra Fierlinger Mmusicmag.com has the exclusive online world premiere of the new video, “Starting Over Again.” This is the third song Mindy Smith has contributed to the Shelter Me project. AllMusic.com describes Smith as a singer-songwriter who “blends... 

VIDEO & WEB-EXCLUSIVE ALISON BROWN

VIDEO FEATURE & WEB-EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW Musician: ALISON BROWN featuring Keb’ Mo’ Video: “What’s Going On” Songwriters: Marvin Gaye, Al Cleveland, Renaldo “Obie” Benson ALISON BROWN Web-Exclusive Interview with M Music & Musicians magazine publisher, Merlin David   Alison Brown has taken an unlikely path in establishing herself as one of the most critically acclaimed banjoists in the world. A former investment banker... 

KEB’ MO’

KEB’ MO’ Life’s challenges inspire the multi-instrumentalist’s latest set “I’m a control freak,” Grammy-winning blues artist Keb’ Mo’ declares flatly. Indeed, the Nashville-based musician had a hand in every aspect of making his latest album, BLUESAmericana, including playing many of the instruments. But, he confesses, “When I couldn’t make something sound as good as I wanted it to sound—sometimes my touch wasn’t strong... 

JERRY DOUGLAS

JERRY DOUGLAS Traveler [eOne] Jerry Douglas became the best-known Dobro player in the world by taking his instrument to places it had never been. Traveler is his most mainstream release to date, but it remains a bold step forward. The album’s guests range from the not-so-surprising Alison Krauss and Union Station, Keb’ Mo’ and Marc Cohn to the more inspired likes of Mumford & Sons, Paul Simon, Dr. John and Eric Clapton. Slowhand’s fervid... 
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