A Conversation with Canadian Music Artist pisceze
With a mission to shape the world of music in her own way, pisceze infuses her emotional intelligence and Canadian upbringing in her songwriting to consistently deliver raw emotion and everyday introspection on love. Beginning in 2019 with her debut singles, “Like That” and “What’s Your Sign?” pisceze has immensely grown with her audience, staking a position in R&B music. Her talents have been gracefully recognized by the likes of BBC 1xtra, LinkUpTv, RBCxArtist, LiveNation, Earmilk, and Clout. She ended her initial year of artistry ranking on Complex Canada's list of "6 Artists We've Been Sleeping On."
Kevi Morse Talks New Music, Upcoming Tours, and Much More
With his single and music video, “Last Year,” out now, we took some time to hear more from Kevi Morse. Read below to learn more about Kevi Morse, the story behind his latest single, and what’s to come.
A Conversation with Model and Singer-Songwriter Lizan Dizaye
Hello Lizan Dizaye! Please tell us who you are and where you are from. I'm Lizan Dizaye, born on March 14th, 1988. I'm from Kurdistan. I was born in Erbil, based in North Iraq. I moved to the Netherlands with my parents at the age of five. I'm a singer-songwriter, model, WFP USA ambassador, photographer, influencer, and climate activist.
Book Excerpt: Jorma Kaukonen & Jack Casady on the Birth of Hot Tuna
Guitarist Jorma Kaukonen and bassist Jack Casady formed the blues rock band Hot Tuna in 1969 while members of Jefferson Airplane. What began as a side project became a band of its own that still performs acoustic and electric sets long after both members left the Airplane.
An Interview with Actor and Model Kian Barazandeh
Kian Barazandeh (born February 26, 1998) is an Iranian actor and fashion model who first started his career in Tehran, gaining fame as a 16-year-old. He became a star in so many fields.
Carmine Appice of Vanilla Fudge on Rod, Ozzy, Jeff Beck and His Latest Instrumental LP
Drummer Carmine Appice burst on the rock scene in 1967 when Vanilla Fudge, with singer-keyboardist Mark Stein, guitarist Vince Martell and bassist Tim Bogert, had a Top 10 hit with "You Keep Me Hangin' On." The psychedelic rock remake of the Supremes' hit was the band's first single.
Asking an Australian restaurant owner what her favorite Australian food dish is - Eating in NYC
Asking an Australian restaurant owner what her favorite Australian food dish is Trendy Food Spots in Queens | NYC 24 Hours Eating in Astoria If you’re wondering what to eat in Astoria, besides the amazing Greek food, we gotchu :) We visited an Australian and a Szechuan restaurant, and also devoured donuts, sandwiches, and bubble tea. What a diverse food scene in this multicultural Queens neighborhood! Astoria has gained a reputation for fine dining and innovative cooking. Today, we’re going to try out some trendy spots in this ever-growing diverse neighborhood. You’ll be amazed by how incredible the food scene in Astoria is! — Connect with us on all platforms! @thebingbuzz
What You Need To Know About Mental Health Care in Morristown
Morris County Psychological Association Logo© Morris County Psychological Association. Nancy Sachar Sidhu, Ph.D., President of the Morris County Psychological Association on what you need to know about mental health care.
Steve Lukather of Toto on Close Encounters With the Beatles and That Leaf Blower Incident
Ringo Starr announced on June 10, 2022 that two of his All Starr Band members, Edgar Winter and Steve Lukather, had contracted Covid, forcing the group to reschedule the remaining 12 dates of his current tour. The dates will be added to the band's September tour.
Jon Anderson Dreams of a Reunion With Yes
As a founding member of Yes, Jon Anderson co-wrote many of the prog rock group’s classic songs, including "Owner Of A Lonely Heart," "Roundabout," "Your Move" and "I’ve Seen All Good People." Anderson has remained busy with solo albums and re-issues from his vast library of work.
'One Toke Over the Line': More Than a 'One Hit' Wonder
"One Toke Over the Line" by folk rock duo Brewer & Shipley was released in 1970 in an atmosphere of anti-war demonstrations and crackdowns on drug users. The song would become Michael Brewer and Tom Shipley’s biggest hit; so big that it caught the attention of Vice President Spiro Agnew, who termed the song – along with the Byrds’ "Eight Miles High" and Jefferson Airplane’s "White Rabbit" — “blatant drug-culture propaganda” that “threatens to sap our national strength." Despite its marijuana references, the song somehow was performed on that bastion of wholesome American music, The Lawrence Welk Show.
Love Keyyz Discusses New Album, Upbringing, and Much More
Raysean Smith (@doeraymedia) Love Keyyz is a Cincinnati native, Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter, pianist, and model. Love Keyyz grew up in the inner city, constantly facing adversity, but her drive, motivation, and hard work towards a vision that only she could see made her stand out. In 2010, she began making YouTube videos that showcased her personality and raw singing talent. As Love Keyyz started gaining traction from the videos, she started writing her own music in 2012 and taught herself how to play piano. In 2018, the songstress moved to L.A. True to her name, Love Keyyz's discography consists of plenty of love songs. Shortly after her move to L.A., in 2019, Love Keyyz released her most notable project, "Naked." The EP, "Naked," was executively produced and written entirely by Love Keyyz, and garnered a lot of attention. "Naked" peaked at #59 on Apple Music’s R&B Top 200 - a feat she accomplished with no marketing and no record label. Being in Los Angeles encouraged her to be a better musician, so she enrolled in music school later that year; recently graduating with 4 certificates and 2 degrees in music. Studying with two of L.A.’s finest private instructors helped her cultivate her already tremendous sound, and with those skills, Love Keyyz created her newly released, critically acclaimed album, "I Could Be Dreaming."
The Rugged Mountain Twins: Exclusive Post Hike Interview
The Rugged Mountain Siblings sit down with the Rugged Mountain Twins to ask them 10 questions about their very first backpacking trip! What went right, What went Wrong and will they ever do it again!!??
‘Definitely a New York Hang’: Jazz Musicians Remember the Five Spot Café
Urban renewal plans are nothing new to New York's Bowery. In 1955, the city dismantled the Third Avenue El, the elevated train that ran overhead, in an effort to bring light and air to the sordid strip of dives and flophouses. The cleanup campaign inspired brothers Joe and Iggy Termini to transform their No. 5 Bar, named after its Five Cooper Square address, into a place that would welcome the artists, writers and dancers moving into the neighborhood.
Marky Ramone on Life as a Ramone in NYC's East Village
No band is more identified with the East Village than the Ramones. The band’s performances at Hilly Kristal’s CBGB and other neighborhood venues defined punk rock forever. In 2003, the corner of the Bowery and Second Street near CBGB was officially named Joey Ramone Place. Over time, members of the group lived, performed and hung out in the East Village.
A Conversation with Hip-Pop Artist Obeeyay
With his single, “Hard,” out now, we took some time to hear more from Obeeyay. Read below to learn more about Obeeyay, the story behind his single, and what’s to come. Hi Obeeyay! Let’s start with how did you get your artist name?
Meet French Singer-Songwriter Rose Thorn
Rose Thorn is a singer-songwriter who wishes to spread understanding and love to all the complex characters out there. Her belief in humanity is strong, something she describes as the natural gift of empathy and respect towards others. Her music praises the complexity of humanity through a bluesy, dark atmosphere, a rocky inspiration, and a 70s feel to it, and hopes to spread tolerance and understanding through the works of contrast. Rose Thorn is inspired by Beth Hart, and is similar to Adele, Lissie and Benjamin Clementine in the storytelling and melody making. The aim of her music is transparency about what she perceives, so that anybody can relate to some aspects of her approach to life so as to find peace and comfort within that.
Leah Harris Talks "Shine," Musical Influences, and More
Drew Bordeaux (@drewimages) With her single, “Shine,” out now, we took some time to hear more from Leah Harris. Read below to learn more about Leah Harris, the story behind her latest single, and what’s to come.
Leo Sayer on His 'Restless Years' With Hendrix, McCartney and Daltrey
A recent interview with Leo Sayer focused on his new album, Northern Songs, a collection of Beatles tunes creatively interpreted by Sayer. The release has prompted fans to take a closer look at the singer's catalog of hits.
A Conversation with Singer-Songwriter Katie Belle
Katie Belle is an American singer-songwriter that works with Track Star Entertainment and Worldwide Music Consultants. Her team is excited to announce 2022’s first release, “Now That I Know." The tune is sassy and confident, the lyrics keep the tempo going and the fingers snapping. “Now That I Know” kicks up the beat and follows nicely behind Katie Belle’s single, “Daughter,” which was a touching song about heartbreak, solace, and salvation. 2022 will find Katie Belle focused on finishing up tracks written throughout the past year. Katie Belle, an avid songwriter along with her producer Josquin Des Pres (Jason Mraz, Bernie Taupin, Gipsy Kings, et.al.) and Utonium Songwriting Team ( Jason Mraz) are pulling together tunes to engage Katie Belle’s growing fan base with fresh sounds and spunk.