Posts tagged with "Regina Spektor"

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... 

AMANDA MAIR

AMANDA MAIR
AMANDA MAIR HOMETOWN: Lidingö, Sweden INFLUENCES: ABBA, Ane Brun, Regina Spektor ALBUM: Amanda Mair, out now WEBSITE: amandamair.nu Singer and pianist Amanda Mair began playing music and taking voice lessons at age 8. Born in Sweden, she was discovered in 2008 when a friend played her three-song recording for Swedish-based Labrador Records. Mair, 18, has racked up accomplishments at a rapid clip since signing to the label. On the strength of her... 

REGINA SPEKTOR

REGINA SPEKTOR
REGINA SPEKTOR This quirky Russian-American original lets her art speak for itself     Regina Spektor’s current world tour included two stops in Russia—the homeland she hasn’t visited since her family moved to the Bronx 23 years ago. “It feels incredibly big and emotional and overwhelming,” she said prior to the trip. “I’m also excited to see who will come to my show. Are there fans in Russia?” She needn’t have wondered. After... 

REGINA SPEKTOR

REGINA SPEKTOR
REGINA SPEKTOR A self-proclaimed “nerd” lets fans into the live music-making process In 2009, Regina Spektor’s director friend Adria Petty convinced her that the time was right to preserve one of her concerts on film. Petty (daughter of Tom Petty) traveled across England on tour with Spektor, filming behind-the-scenes footage, then shot her show at the Hammersmith Apollo. That performance is documented on the new DVD and CD set Live in London,... 

GEAR – BASS ODYSSEY

GEAR – BASS ODYSSEY
The sounds you get from the bottom end can take you to the top WHETHER IT’S HIP-HOP OR HEAVY metal, jazz or country, the right bass sounds can make your music boom with hip-shaking power—while the wrong choices can make it flop with a thud. How do musicians, engineers and producers steer their sounds into that elusive deep-end comfort zone? Even the simplest of standout bass parts have more going on than meets the ear. To help pull back the curtain,... 
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