Nowadays with good video equipment and editing software available to everyone. More and more bands and singers are making their own videos to help gain a YouTube following. These people shouldn't have made a video.
Breanne Marie Just released her tribute to her brother, and EP called the Timothy John EP. Known as an extended play, Breanne wrote or played songs that were about or inspired by her brother who died in a car crash.
One of the best guitarists I have ever seen, Toddzilla of Funkhammer has posted a little ditty I thought I would share. It's not so much that he can play well, it's the emotion, the sound, and the performance. It's just fun.
Breanne Marie has appeared in many festivals in the past year and also donates her time to many charities, including our St. Jude Radiothon. After finding success with her first album she pays tribute to her brother on her second offering.
I love Weird Al Yankovic, both when I was a kid and now as an adult, he still makes me laugh. Since, he is visual too, the computer animation works so well for him. He is releasing songs from his new album "Manditory Fun". He says he wants to come up with videos for his whole album.
Some people will know Teague Alexy from The Hobo Nephews Of Uncle Frank. Some know Teague is an accomplished solo artist too. He has an original approach to music and will feature his sound on Saturday at the Twin Ports On Tap at Barker's Island Festival Park on the main stage.
Breanne Marie is about to release her latest collection of music, a tribute to her brother who was killed in a car accident. The Timothy John EP. It is her second album and further solidifies her style. She has been playing bigger and bigger venues while still enjoying playing the small ones.
With permission from Daybreak Entertainment, KOOL 101.7 presents a one hour special behind the scenes look at making and recording. John Carter Cash hosts this interesting revealing show about how Roy Orbison's sons were able to record with their father.
Larry Long and his American Roots Revue will bring their inspiring blend of gospel, reggae, Cajun, swing, folk, R&B and rock to this year’s stage show at the 10th Annual CHUM Rhubarb Festival on Saturday, June 28.
David Lee Roth is not a man of few words. In fact, sometimes he talks so much I get lost in what he is saying. He does like to hear his voice and he loves to talk. In this episode of The Roth Show, he says what he has been up to and what Van Halen is doing.
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