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Downtempo #EDM ballad of love and caution to those involved in caring for the broken-hearted. (From the original stage play "Nature Of The Groove" , now in production) https://soundcloud.com/jamesavatar/paperhearts
New Video: the bird and the bee Share a Gorgeous, Animated Visual for Expansive "Lifetimes"
New Video: the bird and the bee Share a Gorgeous, Animated Visual for Expansive "Lifetimes" @birdnbeemusic @GregKurstin @grandstand
Acclaimed Los Angeles-based indie pop act the bird and the bee — singer/songwriter Inara George and eight-time Grammy Award-winning producer and multi-instrumentalist Greg Kurstin — can trace their origins back to when they met while working on George’s 2005 solo debut All Rise.
Bonding over a mutual love of 80s pop and rock, the duo decided to continue collaborating together in a…
Modern Pop-Punk Rocker Charlotte Sands Launches Into 2022 With New EP "Love and Other Lies"
We need more pop punk artists like @charlottesands to absolutely take over already.
#modernneon #CharlotteSands #LoveandOtherLies #Dress #WantYouLikeThat #poppunk #punk #punkrock #poprock #newmusicdaily #newmusicfriday #discoverweekly #rockmusic #outnow
When an artist explains their musical influences such as prince of 90s grunge, we can relate. But there are times where we just feel old when artists like today’s feature explain how they were raised on 2000s pop-punk. The 2000s still feel like yesterday even though it was 20 years ago. On our latest check-in on the rock world we are checking out Love and Other Lies, a new EP from Charlotte…
New Video: Stimmerman Shares a Trippy and Unsettling Visual for New Ripper "Geek"
New Video: Stimmerman Shares a Trippy and Unsettling Visual for New Ripper "Geek" @stimmermanmusic @riotactmedia @lkearneyish @elenorkopka
Eva Lawitts is a New York-based singer/songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, producer, grizzled local scene veteran and JOVM mainstay: Lawitts began her varied and interesting career with a 14 year run with local, prog rock shredders Sister Helen. She has simultaneously developed a reputation as a go-to session and touring musician, working with Vagabon, and Princess Nokia.
Lawitts also co-runs…
FRIDAY FLASHBACK “What’s Goin’ On,” the Motown/Tamla single released this week in 1971 by the multi-talented singer-songwriter Marvin Gaye—the “soul music” pioneer who opened the genre to orchestral, jazz, and pop expressions while baring his raw soul in song. He was a prolific, very creative but tormented soul who spoke to so many and gave a voice to many more. The lyrics were triggered by police brutality at Berkeley’s Peoples Park in California, witnessed in 1969 by song co-writer Obie Benson of The 4 Tops—who rejected it. “My partners told me it was a protest song,” Benson said later, "I said 'no man, it's a love song about love and understanding. I'm not protesting, I want to know what's going on.’” The song was passed around before Gaye tailored it and created the trailblazing recording we have today. The politically-avoidant Motown president Berry Gordy hated it, saying it was the worse thing he ever heard while complaining that Gaye’s Dizzy Gillispie-style scat singing made it sound “old” and unhip. Gaye went on strike, refusing to record anything else until Gordy recanted and released it. It’s now one of the cornerstone works of popular music and a flashpoint for the Civil Rights Movement.
Here's my acoustic (unedited board tape) "coffee house version" of this evergreen song. I hope MG found peace beyond his mortal coil.
Charlyn Marie “Chan” Marshall ( born January 21, 1972), better known by her stage name Cat Power, the Atlanta native is a singer, songwriter, musician, and sometimes she will model. Her stage name is actually the name of her first band before she went solo. I got her album You Are Free when I was working at Borders back in 2003 as one of those free CDs they give to employees. I really like this album it was as much different than anything I heard from most female singers at the time. Cat Power blends a mix of folk, rock, and when started as a solo artist she has toured around the states opening for a lot of well-known artists giving passionate and intense performances She still gives the same passionate and intense performances today. The thing I like most about her is that she is that doesn’t all sound the same but, they have the essence of who she is. Cat Power is a creative and talented artist that is a pleasure to listen to. I’m sure she will love a lasting impression on music.
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Richard Pierce “Richie” Havens (January 21, 1941 – April 22, 2013) was a singer-songwriter and guitarist. His music had elements of folk, soul, and r&b. He was a talented guitarist with a precise and technical way of playing he often stops in the middle of a song to tune his guitar. He would often play soulful covers of pop and folk songs he covered various Beatles songs. Havens opened at the 1969 Woodstock Festival with a memorable performance. Havens’ own material varied from political to light folk songs. He began his career singing doo-wop on the corner of his neighborhood of Bedford-Stuyvesant in Brooklyn and sang gospel in a church. At 20 he moved to Greenwich Village performed spoken word poetry a lived as a beatnik. After two years there he picked up a guitar and played in various folk circles around the Village. He was signed to Bob Dylan’s manager, Albert Grossman, and got a record deal with inciting Verve Forecast record label. He released Mixed Bag in late 1966 and had a number of classic hits for Haven including, “ Handsome Johnny” co-written by actor Lou Gossett Jr.and a cover of Bob Dylan’s “ Just Like A Woman. Havens may have covered a number of songs but, take made it seem like it was own. He released 5 more albums that ranked high on the Billboard charts he was soon able to start his own record label and tour more festivals. Havens received various awards and had and contributed music to various projects. He was a folk tabor that left a legacy that is influencing and inspiring artists today.