American Bass

23 Apr 19
RockCritics.com

(Results up to 2002, obviously out-lamed several times since.) 01:  Gangsta’s Paradise (welcome to the happy music) Total tripe!!! 02:  Eternal’s 1st hit (straight music rip off of the 23rd psalm) unbelievable, God- you are owed royalties! 03:  Anything by Feargal Sharky (recorded while gargling through an air fan) 04:  Anything RnB from L.a (not enough vocals please add […]

23 Apr 19
UK Hip-Hop Map

For a certain generation of UK hip-hop fans, Hijack are, if not the best, definitely in the top 5. The self-proclaimed ‘Terrorist Group’ are seen as the epitome of a style of UK rap known as Britcore and were easily its most successful proponents. Between 1988 and 1993, the style was at its peak and […]

23 Apr 19
B&S About Movies

Known as Attack of the Phantoms in Europe and Kiss Phantoms in Italy, this movie has been an embarrassment to Kiss the band and their fans, the Kiss Army, for years. As a six-year-old in 1978, I was certainly aware of the band, as many of my friends had the toys and their older brothers […]

23 Apr 19
Ticket News Source

CapitalCityTickets.com carries a vast selection of The Who concert tickets at affordable prices. The Who is touring North America in 2019 and it all gets started on May 7th in Grand Rapids, MI. Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend will be joined by Simon Townshend, Loren Gold, Jon Button and Zak Starkey (son of the Beatles’ […]

23 Apr 19
WGN-TV

[ooyala player_id=”5d88305d0c6c47eabc12e43063a41c69″ auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”trOTQyOtBWYGl88XLal1pDam4Q-4″ code=”FpbTNvaDE6yKkIZVf7bZRq-Hwd7pO0Dr”] The Polkaholics CD Release Party Phyllis’ Musical Inn 1800 W. Division Saturday, April 27th @ 10PM http://www.thepolkaholics.com They said it couldn’t be done, but since 1997 The Polkaholics have been mixing doses of punk rock and polka in a high-speed blender, creating a souped-up sound that is simultaneously […]

23 Apr 19
Sound Books

https://soundcloud.com/traxsource/traxsource-live-sessions-120-dj-meme TRAXSOURCE LIVE! SESSIONS #120 WITH DJ MEME Today’s Traxsource LIVE! Sessions features Brazilian Born DJ Meme. Starting his DJ Career at only 11 years old, his career has made him one of the most sought after remixers and producers from Brazil. His trademark sounds include fusing American and European House Music with live percussions […]

23 Apr 19
Sound Books

https://soundcloud.com/traxsource/traxsource-live-sessions-120-dj-meme TRAXSOURCE LIVE! SESSIONS #120 WITH DJ MEME Today’s Traxsource LIVE! Sessions features Brazilian Born DJ Meme. Starting his DJ Career at only 11 years old, his career has made him one of the most sought after remixers and producers from Brazil. His trademark sounds include fusing American and European House Music with live percussions […]

23 Apr 19
Dapper Dave and Dinky Di

On Oceania ships the specialty restaurants are included in the price. All you need to do is book in advance as they are very popular. My favourite is Red Ginger, the Asian themed restaurant and we have eaten at it on three different ships. Each time it has been brilliant. I love it! We shared […]

23 Apr 19

Before the screams began, Ed Sullivan and his crew had spotted the brilliance of the Beatles as they rehearsed. A new excerpt from Jude Southerland Kessler’s “John Lennon” series offers some backstage insights.

23 Apr 19
Jayontheweb.com

Curb Lee Brice has his biggest hit since 2015’s “That Don’t Sound Like You” with his latest single, “Rumor.” Had it not been for his vocal problems several years ago, however, the South Carolina native’s new hit might never have happened. “Before my vocal surgery, I was struggling really badly to sing — to even talk,” Lee explains. “And so it lent itself to me writing more soulful songs, because I’m sitting here trying to sing these songs that weren’t that hard to sing, but they were at the time.” “So it kind of led to this raspy voice,” he continues, “these soulful songs, and ‘Rumor’ was one of the first ones…”  Lee remembers how the second single from his latest, self-titled album came together. “I’ve got a bass line going,” he recalls, “and I’m going to this kind of Motown, groovy, bluesy thing because of the fact that my voice was injured.” “It’ll be cool to look back one day,” he observes, “and go, ‘You know, there’s a reason why that song was created, because I was at a different place vocally.'” After undergoing surgery in October of 2016, all is well with Lee’s voice. But he admits he can’t really sing “Rumor” like he once could. “Now I’m kinda back to 120 percent,” he points out. “So it’s almost — it’s not cool, but it’s kinda cool that I can’t quite sing it like I did back then, you know.” “Because my voice is almost cleaned up too much. So I can fake it pretty good now,” Lee laughs. Thursday night, Lee plays American Bank Center Arena in Corpus Christi, Texas, before joining Rascal Flatts on their Summer Playlist Tour in May. Copyright © 2019, ABC Radio. All rights reserved. …

23 Apr 19
Alison Kerr's Jazz Blog

If there was a stand-out artiste in last year’s star-studded gala concert to mark the 40thanniversary of the Edinburgh Jazz Festival it was undoubtedly Carol Kidd, the irrepressible and internationally renowned Glaswegian singer whose powerful renditions of a couple of ballads brought the house down at the end of the first half and triggered a […]

23 Apr 19
Americana UK

Great American Trainwreck are a five piece band operating out of Seattle who have been playing for a couple of years, time enough to get their eponymous debut album together – it’s out on May 23rd.  The band formed when Stephanie Ward and Chuck Dunklin decided to take a new approach to the music they […]