Country music has certainly faced growing pains and controversy over its long history. Many fans are divided on the introduction of pop music into country music, and whether this style can even be considered country music. In my opinion, country music should echo tradition and avoid becoming too dependent onRead More →

Award-winning South African musical artist Rhandzu Lucretia US-based singer-songwriter and producer Will Diehl in concert Award-winning South African musical artist Rhandzu Lucretia South African and American musical artists meet for a virtual collaboration between World, Pop, Jazz – Xitsonga and English – for songwriting during the pandemic. Working remotely withRead More →

Photo by Kayko Tamaki Like many artists during the pandemic facing quarantine, Los Angeles-based Torii Wolf has found the energy quite prolific. Over the course of 2020, they released 20 stunning singles/tracks which increasingly revealed the eclectic talents behind the singer/songwriter’s genre songs. But it’s Wolf’s apathetic collaborative spirit thatRead More →

A new year symbolizes the beginning of new emerging musical artists ready to make their mark in the industry. While 2021 has seen the rise of many talented individuals, 2022 has a fresh batch of musicians to showcase on the scene. From London singer and songwriter Grace Carter, who supportedRead More →

Music remains a great source of comfort, especially during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Since concerts and shows are too few and far between, musicians also spend time in recording studios, producing a lot of music. From Weeknd’s recently announced “Dawn” album, at Porcupine Tree 11e studio album after a hiatusRead More →

Meetings are always at the heart of music. Sometimes taking place between individuals or groups, and sometimes entire nations, it is through contact with humans that we learn to play and listen. We combine old ideas; new ones are emerging. Just about anything registered for the commercial market today couldRead More →

SINGAPORE – With the pandemic affecting their shows and plans overseas, musicians in Singapore have turned to writing new songs and recording albums over the past year. Veteran singer-songwriter Ramli Sarip’s new album is his first to be released in Singapore since the mid-1980s, while the latest album from independentRead More →

From Lil Wayne’s ‘Trust Fund Babies’ to Elton John’s ‘The Lockdown Sessions’, here are ten exciting albums due out in October 2021. With countless singles and albums released every month, it’s nearly impossible to keep up with all the latest music releases. From old school rock to alternative to modernRead More →

In addition to being the godmother of punk, Patti smith is also an acclaimed poet and award-winning author. So it’s no surprise that Smith is the singer with the largest vocabulary, according to a new study that ranks 200 different musical artists based on their song lyrics. Word.Tips, which conductedRead More →

Singer-songwriter Tanya Maksood and writer-musician Scott Hutchison collaborate at Harwelden Mansion. Singer-songwriter Tanya Maksood and songwriter Scott Hutchison have a jam session while working on material at Harwelden Mansion. Writer-musician Scott Hutchison and singer-songwriter Tanya Maksood, featured at Harwelden Mansion, have collaborated on several albums. Singer-songwriter Tanya Maksood and writer-musicianRead More →

VICTORIA, Texas – On Saturday, July 10, Aero Crafters, located at 309 E. Crestwood Drive in Victoria, Texas, will welcome two pioneer artists from Texas to their beer garden stage. Chart-topping country music sensation Bri Bagwell will headline, with Matt Moeller and The Night Sights opening the show. Aero CraftersRead More →

We know how important it is to expose children to music from an early age. Plus, there are so many amazing children’s music artists who help kids grow in their early development. As we try to diversify our children’s media input, consider including more musicians representing BIPOC in their dailyRead More →

Each December brings another deluge of new, if not necessarily fresh, interpretations of ‘It’s starting to look a lot like Christmas’, ‘White Christmas’ and ‘The Christmas Song (Chestnuts roasting over an open fire)’. Here are this year’s notable holiday albums that deserve special attention between revisits of the perennial collectionsRead More →

Through Chris Jancelewicz, Globalnews.ca and Katie Scott, Globalnews.ca. May 1, 2018 10:10 AM There is so much talent in Canada, whether it’s comedy, acting, or… any art form, really. Over the past few decades, Canada has truly emerged as a musical powerhouse; it’s amazing how many times a canadian musicianRead More →

Think folk music and you think of acoustic guitars, singing with your finger in your ear, and sad, tragic stories of failed romance, all washed down with a mug of real ale. However, there is much more to it. From Woody Guthrie’s Dust Bowl ballad in the 1940s to theRead More →

“Understand The streets, First think of the young Briton Mike Skinner – aka the one and only member of the group – as the archetypal singer-songwriter, the kind to stay alone and make music on his own. Now imagine him creating this music on a computer and mixing scores fromRead More →