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Blackmore – Law of Time

I first came across Blackmore’s guitar maven Vahan Aslanyan being interviewed by Fish Pond family Dan and Anna Zerin on Entertainment Drive Thru. Coming across as a decent and unassuming stand-up guy, he explained the challenge of moving to the musicians melting pot of Los Angeles, and of flirting with producing and recording in addition […]

Burn the Ballroom – Melodies for the Outsiders

I first heard Alan Gant playing live as a solo artist in the Shenandoah Valley. My take – a super voice, great range of material, investing financially in a beautiful Taylor guitar, and an engaging personality.  Talking more, I found he’s one of that rare breed who is a full time musician.  I so much respect […]

Margo Rey – Colours

I first discovered Margo Rey’s music after seeing her photo and website address covering most of the side of a massive tour bus in the cell phone parking lot at Dulles Airport, Washington D.C., in 2012. Little did I know at that time the rich international background, the industry know-how, and the warm person behind […]

Dear Creek – So It Goes

Dear Creek is a home-grown Appalachian 2-piece founded by Kate Potrykus and Alex Salser.  They put together the band in 2009, on campus at the birthplace of many a musical phenomenon, Shenandoah University, in Winchester, Virginia, in between the Blue Ridge Mountains and the wild Alleghenies.  Since that time, the pair have taken this creation […]

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Hollie April

Hollie April is a 22 year-old British singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Gibraltar, she began performing professionally at the age of 12. She is a recent graduate from Leeds College of Music with a BA(Hons) in Music Production.

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Michael Leonard Witham

Michael Leonard Witham has been called a "songwriter's songwriter" and his ability to tell a story, and his unique, raw vocal delivery drive his songs, songs which truly defy categorization and tend to explore all corners of the human heart.

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No Re-Action

No Re-Action started their sleaze metal project in early 2010. Playing multiple festivals and gigs across Colombia, they incorporate Horror Rock and Sleaze styles resulting in a hybrid combination called “Horror Sleaze”. The band’s first EP in 2012 was called “Elements for Genocide”. Says the band: …and the machine does not stop, we are creating [...]

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