There won’t be many spoilers here. This “documentary” is for a moment in time, not very all-encompassing for their career. As a child of the 60s, after a while I was inundated with Beatles, albums, cartoons, I had a poster on my wall that my dad printed at his shop,
Brianna Musco decided during the pandemic that she wasn’t going to sit back and let her career resume when it ended. Instead, she looked at ways to keep her audience engaged and during that process has created some of her best work to date. I then asked her a question that
Rockology is a new podcast with Russ Cohen and Mike Augello. In this episode, we each give our five bands that SHOULD be in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. ARW Tommy Shaw
This interview is from 2019. I've stayed in touch with Leah and will do another interview very soon with her. She's working on a new album in Sweden. Everyone should follow her exploits here: https://linktr.ee/adventuresinplasticland For now, enjoy the interview!
Andrew Farriss was a big part of the band INXS. He will always be well known for that, but he was writing during the pandemic and is now announcing that he has his latest single “My Brother” off the new EP "Love Makes The World”. I caught up with him for
I’m a child of the 60s, and I remember listening to a lot of standards in the back of our station wagon. Those were simpler times for me and notable actress, Jen Lilley, has a new album coming out on September 4th entitled Hindsight. Lilley got to work with world-renown writer
Jen Lilley is a terrific actress and a potential star singer as well. Here’s some information on her new album. The contributions made on Jen's album is a collection of musical stalwarts from the likes of famed producer Adrian Gurvitz (Whitney Houston, Stevie Wonder, Andra Day), string arrangements by the legendary