“Songs From Somewhere Else,” the latest release from Aaron English, is a unique compilation of songs composed and recorded over a period of several years and countless miles.
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I spend a fair amount of time listening to music. Regardless of style or genre, it takes talent to create your own music. It also takes courage, determination, and a belief in yourself to share it with the rest of the world. It takes a special kind of talent to draw you in with just the music. No catchy, deep, bare-your-soul lyrics. No political statements. No “love gone wrong” tales. Just music.
A massive cold snap has enveloped most of the country.
It’s a good thing we have music to keep us warm!
When I think about Dear Anna frontman Lorenzo Bubba, I think hard-driving, in-your-face, play-it-loud rock and roll. When I listen to “Hips & Lips,” the bands’ latest single, I find that Lorenzo and Dear Anna deliver as promised.
Philadelphia-based musician C.J. Dunleavy — who is known in regional circles as a music advocate and curator of some pretty cool indie music playlists — also has a knack for songwriting.
Having trouble writing the hook that will take your song from good to mega-hit?
Three years ago on January 18 — a cold, sunny Martin Luther King Jr. Day in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania — a local music blog launched.
The entertainment industry — and in particular, the music industry — has always had a reputation for living fast and dying young.
We haven’t shown Chicago much love, and we had this photo laying around, so why not? #GoCubsGo
January is a good time to finish preparations for the year ahead. Loads of musicians are actively seeking to book out their calendars, loading up on summer festivals and dates that will take them to new and exotic locales throughout 2019.
We have so much fun cobbling together our weekly UMC20 Spotify playlist from submissions received via email and social media, tunes we’ve recently reviewed, and artists who simply stick out in our hearts and minds.