Thursday, August 25, 2016

DJ Gabry Venus Reaches Beyond Rome

DJ song mixes have become an everyday staple on the world music scene. How it happens reaches beyond a simple decision to plug into a Pop song. From Italy's Gabry Venus it requires a relationship with the maker of the original song. And for what reason? It's his daily goal to reach beyond his day job. A radio disc jockey.

Wednesday, August 24, 2016

Mari On Chicago's Hip Hop

As music spins through its several layers of regional changes. Hip Hop has located a strong voice in Chicago. Mari talks about how its helped to influence his present place while keeping his roots completely connected to the sound he grew up with.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016

Glenn Morrison Puts Music Before Money

Creating success doesn't always come with instant financial gain. Therefore concentrating on the quality of sound from the beginning creates the better performance. Glenn Morrison uncovers the arrival of making music better his first mission.

Monday, August 22, 2016

Go Periscope Growing Up Inside The Seattle Music Scene

Growing up inside the Seattle music scene seems like the place to be inspired. But for those living it. The audience isn't always the normal fans. They halls and clubs are overflowing with musicians from other groups and musical performances. It could be the worlds smartest fan base.

Friday, August 19, 2016

MOONZz Talks About Anything You Want

We've all heard the story of how Satisfaction from the Stones would've been missed if Keith Richards hadn't taken the sound from his dreams to a nearby tape recorder. The process of musical growth continues even today. MOONZz latest release Anything You Want shared the same journey. She talks about how the song grew forward in the studio.

Thursday, August 18, 2016

Lauren Mann Talks About Being Heard

Getting heard world wide can be an overwhelming experience. Performing it live becomes the healer. Look for Lauren Mann's Dearestly. Available now.

Wednesday, August 17, 2016

Ian Walters Puts Public School Students First

He's always been a musician with the drive to teach school... This is todays Music Update. Gene Simmons of Kiss and Sting from the Police were both school teachers. If you're still into the sounds of the 1980's. The Oregon dou known as Quarterflash also served tomorrows leaders inside the school system. So it didn't shock me when Ian Walters of Headphone Hair said his biggest audience to date has been those in class. And now the world is listening to their new song.