Archive for March, 2017
October 31, 2016
"This time, I thought that I’d earned my stripes and I had my fanbase," says Devon Allman about trying something new on RIDE OR DIE. "I felt my fans were ready to hear me stretch out."
October 25, 2016
"If you keep moving and growing, it helps everything," says Medeski Martin & Wood keyboardist John Medeski, affirming that band members' side projects have been instrumental in keeping the group together.
October 24, 2016
A Beaumont, Texas native, singer-guitarist Mark Chesnutt delivered his first hit back in 1990 with “Too Cold At Home.” Produced by longtime friend and collaborator Jimmy Ritchey, his new album, Tradition Lives, sounds like a th...
October 23, 2016
"It’s all preceding an album which I feel will be a timeless piece of work that articulates what we need to hear in this day and age," says rapper Lecrae about preparing an all-out production for his fall tour.
October 19, 2016
"For me, this tour is the highlight of my career," says R&B/soul singer Maxwell about co-headlining with Mary J. Blige on the King and Queen of Hearts World Tour.
October 17, 2016
"I realized there are whole other avenues that partying can open up," says rocker and motivational speaker Andrew W.K.
October 16, 2016
"I didn’t write right away after rehab," says Jayhawks singer Gary Louris. "You have to be careful if you start writing too quickly. You can write about everything being rosy."
October 12, 2016
"We’re jumping from guitar to synths and back and it’s sounding great," says Midge Ure of being on the road with two other multi-instrumentalists . "It’s rattled my cage. I’ve had to think about what I can perform."
October 9, 2016
"I started to write songs that incorporated some of that youthful energy, but with a more adult perspective," says singer/songwriter Alan Williams about the Birdsong At Morning album A SLIGHT DEPARTURE.