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Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself is tranquil, relaxing, “chill”, minimalist, expressive, peaceful music for solo piano, composed and performed by Juan María Solare. This music can be “used” for meditation, study, learning, sleeping, relax or praying. Keywords: New simplicity, Neoclassical, Post-Romantic, Instrumental.

The album Solitude is Oneself presents three music pieces, each in two versions: for electric piano (Rhodes) and for acoustic piano (Steinway). Therefore the six tracks…

Don’t see any negative aspects in Solitude. In Spanish there is only one word for Solitude and Loneliness (namely “Soledad”). Loneliness is a state of isolation, without dialog, feeling abandoned and without external points of reference. But I conceive Solitude as a highely creative state, in which one is faced to what one actually wants to achieve, with one’s thoughts, with one’s self.

1) Never Underestimate the Difficulties of Simple Things. Lots of times I have seen this in several persons – and in myself: when something is simple, easy and uncomplicated, we tend to underestimate it too much and its hidden difficulties end up tackling us. We leave to the last moment a text that seems easy to learn, and we do not assimilate it as we could. Or a chess game that is (really) won, but we feel over-confident, we play with superficiality, we make slight mistakes one after the other and lose control of the situation.

2) Too Much But Still Not Enough. The title aludes to current life in those human groups or societies that put an extremely strong stress in performance/efficiency at all costs, at any price. If you don’t get first prizes always, non-stop, you are a nobody. If you get a second place in a maraton where a thousand participated, your only merit is being the best of the losers. If you are the subchampion / runner-up of anything, nobody will remember you in a few years. This obsession for all or nothing leads to high levels of anxiety. All that you do is too much for your (mental, affective or physical) health, but anyway not enough for the system.

3) Waiting for Perfection is Waiting Forever: There are several forms of perfectionism, and some are harmful, noxious. We expect from others, or from ourselves, a perfection that belongs to an angelic world, not that of human beings. We hope that our partner does not have shortcomings or defects (Prince Charming Syndrome), we expect our teachers and parents to answer all our questions, we expect that our children have a perfect discipline, we hope to do an immaculate, faultless, unobjectionable job, always. Some human beings can do it (they can be called geniuses). For many others, such expectation can be a burden that slows us down, that undermines our energy, our motivation, our confidence in our strengths. The excess of perfectionism can paralyze. (Of course, the absence of any wish to improve is equally harmful.)

The ArtWork (Cover Art) of Solitude is Oneself shows a human face (concretely the composer’s) faced simmetrically to its silhouette, in black. This illustration alludes to the title. It is oneself (the person) facing his own solitude, his internal misterious being. A real human facing his own shadow. It is not a negative shadow: is the shadow of which Shamanism speaks, the own shadow from where one draws strength.

This album was released on Friday 17 August 2018 on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Qobuz, Tidal, Amazon mp3 and nearly all streaming platforms you can imagine.

Love Tidal? Got Tidal:

These piano pieces are dedicated to Mr. Cadmiel Pérez from República Dominicana.

Find the sheet music in SMP, Sheet Music Plus (very reasonably priced: 3 dollars)
www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20791799?aff_id=565049

Consider liking the corresponding Facebook page
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Shortly Before Sunset: guitar music – Juan Maria Solare

Shortly Before Sunset: guitar music – Juan Maria Solare

Shortly Before Sunset:
A thoughtful, simple, melodic piece for unplugged fingerstyle acoustic guitar. The romantic recollections of an urban cowboy, alone at the end of the journey. No complications, no fancy packaging, just a nice piece of music.

Release Date on Spotify etc: 9 November 2018
Label: Janus Music & Sound
UPC: 5054526625914
Genres: Instrumental & Easy Listening

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Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself is tranquil, relaxing, “chill”, minimalist, expressive, peaceful music for solo piano, composed and performed by Juan María Solare. This music can be “used” for meditation, study, learning, sleeping, relax or praying. Keywords: New simplicity, Neoclassical, Post-Romantic, Instrumental.

The album Solitude is Oneself presents three music pieces, each in two versions: for electric piano (Rhodes) and for acoustic piano (Steinway). Therefore the six tracks…

Don’t see any negative aspects in Solitude. In Spanish there is only one word for Solitude and Loneliness (namely “Soledad”). Loneliness is a state of isolation, without dialog, feeling abandoned and without external points of reference. But I conceive Solitude as a highely creative state, in which one is faced to what one actually wants to achieve, with one’s thoughts, with one’s self.

1) Never Underestimate the Difficulties of Simple Things. Lots of times I have seen this in several persons – and in myself: when something is simple, easy and uncomplicated, we tend to underestimate it too much and its hidden difficulties end up tackling us. We leave to the last moment a text that seems easy to learn, and we do not assimilate it as we could. Or a chess game that is (really) won, but we feel over-confident, we play with superficiality, we make slight mistakes one after the other and lose control of the situation.

2) Too Much But Still Not Enough. The title aludes to current life in those human groups or societies that put an extremely strong stress in performance/efficiency at all costs, at any price. If you don’t get first prizes always, non-stop, you are a nobody. If you get a second place in a maraton where a thousand participated, your only merit is being the best of the losers. If you are the subchampion / runner-up of anything, nobody will remember you in a few years. This obsession for all or nothing leads to high levels of anxiety. All that you do is too much for your (mental, affective or physical) health, but anyway not enough for the system.

3) Waiting for Perfection is Waiting Forever: There are several forms of perfectionism, and some are harmful, noxious. We expect from others, or from ourselves, a perfection that belongs to an angelic world, not that of human beings. We hope that our partner does not have shortcomings or defects (Prince Charming Syndrome), we expect our teachers and parents to answer all our questions, we expect that our children have a perfect discipline, we hope to do an immaculate, faultless, unobjectionable job, always. Some human beings can do it (they can be called geniuses). For many others, such expectation can be a burden that slows us down, that undermines our energy, our motivation, our confidence in our strengths. The excess of perfectionism can paralyze. (Of course, the absence of any wish to improve is equally harmful.)

The ArtWork (Cover Art) of Solitude is Oneself shows a human face (concretely the composer’s) faced simmetrically to its silhouette, in black. This illustration alludes to the title. It is oneself (the person) facing his own solitude, his internal misterious being. A real human facing his own shadow. It is not a negative shadow: is the shadow of which Shamanism speaks, the own shadow from where one draws strength.

This album was released on Friday 17 August 2018 on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Qobuz, Tidal, Amazon mp3 and nearly all streaming platforms you can imagine.

Love Tidal? Got Tidal:

These piano pieces are dedicated to Mr. Cadmiel Pérez from República Dominicana.

Find the sheet music in SMP, Sheet Music Plus (very reasonably priced: 3 dollars)
www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20791799?aff_id=565049

Consider liking the corresponding Facebook page
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Fitzsimon And Brogan Break Boundaries On “Big Blue World”

Fitzsimon And Brogan Break Boundaries On “Big Blue World”

Track list:

1. Big Blue World – 2:42.

2. The Cutest and the Cruelest – 3:37.

3. Blue Velvet – 4:02.

4. The Downing Pool – 3:15.

5. Girl in a Gilded Cage – 2:36.

6. One Minute Every Hour – 4:35.

7. Venus in Reverse – 4:50.

8. Someone I Know – 2:29.

9. The Wounds are Healing – 3:59.

10. God Given Right – 3:03.

The duo of Londoners Neil Fitzsimon and Bee Brogan have been developing a pretty respectable career in recent years after their exodus from Pretty Blue Gun and after going through several labels, which makes the very positive receptions of their work much more fascinating. Add to that equation guest musicians that played for the likes of the Moody Blues or Eric Clapton and you have Fitzsimon and Brogan, now presenting a very great compilation of Pop Rock tracks in their brand new album, Big Blue World.

What makes this collaboration so appealing is the fact that they cannot be pigeon-hold like the vast majority of Pop Rock bands that are always proliferating in the business and that is something that can make a huge difference. Naturally, they come from the English music scene, where versatility and experimentation is always there almost by default, which is quite helpful for that. They are not only focused in making great songs, but they also have that curiosity to stretch artistically that makes musicians great.

So, what do have here in Big Blue World? Just by looking at the cover we can tell that we are not going to find a typical album: the image of Earth broken in two, almost giving “birth” to a new one, is as powerful as modern album covers can go and they show a level consciousness that is quite different to the usual Pop bands in the business. Album covers can’t make an album good or bad, but their goal is to amaze or at least intrigue the potential listener and this one does just that.

The great thing about the music on this album is the fact that each track is its own musical entity; you can find a wide variety of influences here and that makes for a much more compelling and intriguing listen. For example, God Given Right, the last song on the album, evokes some early 80s influences like The Clash and then you hear something like Blue Velvet, that has a few Folk influences and you can’t help but to be amazed at the fact that such opposites influences are coexistent in the same body of work.

One point I would like to signal is the fact that modern Rock musicians tend to tone down their ferocity and not have that kind of raw appeal that the great bands had back in the day; while I cannot dare to declare that Fitzsimon and Brogan have the same venom than, say, the Sex Pistols, I can safely say that they have a bit more of roughness going on than the average modern band and that is something worth celebrating–the modern Rock scene needs a bit more of that.

I will admit that one part that truly got me about this album was the fact that it has thick layers of guitar that just sound incredible with headphones; the production is top notch and that is another point to take into consideration when analyzing this album because it gives a little bit of balance to what is such a varied musical effort.

At the end of the day, Fitzsimon and Brogan’s Big Blue World is a pretty talented, varied and fascinating album that is worth having in your collection. If you are the kind of listener that likes Pop Rock, but also wants something a bit more musical, then this is the best choice for you.

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Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself: piano music by Juan Maria Solare

Solitude is Oneself is tranquil, relaxing, “chill”, minimalist, expressive, peaceful music for solo piano, composed and performed by Juan María Solare. This music can be “used” for meditation, study, learning, sleeping, relax or praying. Keywords: New simplicity, Neoclassical, Post-Romantic, Instrumental.

The album Solitude is Oneself presents three music pieces, each in two versions: for electric piano (Rhodes) and for acoustic piano (Steinway). Therefore the six tracks…

Don’t see any negative aspects in Solitude. In Spanish there is only one word for Solitude and Loneliness (namely “Soledad”). Loneliness is a state of isolation, without dialog, feeling abandoned and without external points of reference. But I conceive Solitude as a highely creative state, in which one is faced to what one actually wants to achieve, with one’s thoughts, with one’s self.

1) Never Underestimate the Difficulties of Simple Things. Lots of times I have seen this in several persons – and in myself: when something is simple, easy and uncomplicated, we tend to underestimate it too much and its hidden difficulties end up tackling us. We leave to the last moment a text that seems easy to learn, and we do not assimilate it as we could. Or a chess game that is (really) won, but we feel over-confident, we play with superficiality, we make slight mistakes one after the other and lose control of the situation.

2) Too Much But Still Not Enough. The title aludes to current life in those human groups or societies that put an extremely strong stress in performance/efficiency at all costs, at any price. If you don’t get first prizes always, non-stop, you are a nobody. If you get a second place in a maraton where a thousand participated, your only merit is being the best of the losers. If you are the subchampion / runner-up of anything, nobody will remember you in a few years. This obsession for all or nothing leads to high levels of anxiety. All that you do is too much for your (mental, affective or physical) health, but anyway not enough for the system.

3) Waiting for Perfection is Waiting Forever: There are several forms of perfectionism, and some are harmful, noxious. We expect from others, or from ourselves, a perfection that belongs to an angelic world, not that of human beings. We hope that our partner does not have shortcomings or defects (Prince Charming Syndrome), we expect our teachers and parents to answer all our questions, we expect that our children have a perfect discipline, we hope to do an immaculate, faultless, unobjectionable job, always. Some human beings can do it (they can be called geniuses). For many others, such expectation can be a burden that slows us down, that undermines our energy, our motivation, our confidence in our strengths. The excess of perfectionism can paralyze. (Of course, the absence of any wish to improve is equally harmful.)

The ArtWork (Cover Art) of Solitude is Oneself shows a human face (concretely the composer’s) faced simmetrically to its silhouette, in black. This illustration alludes to the title. It is oneself (the person) facing his own solitude, his internal misterious being. A real human facing his own shadow. It is not a negative shadow: is the shadow of which Shamanism speaks, the own shadow from where one draws strength.

This album was released on Friday 17 August 2018 on Spotify, Deezer, Apple Music, Qobuz, Tidal, Amazon mp3 and nearly all streaming platforms you can imagine.

Love Tidal? Got Tidal:

These piano pieces are dedicated to Mr. Cadmiel Pérez from República Dominicana.

Find the sheet music in SMP, Sheet Music Plus (very reasonably priced: 3 dollars)
www.sheetmusicplus.com/title/20791799?aff_id=565049

Consider liking the corresponding Facebook page
www.facebook.com/Solitude-is-Oneself-2124350890922489

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Alicia Grimes, YouTube Star, Signs with AWAL/Kobalt Music. Highly Anticipated Single, “Beautiful”, drops on October 26, 2018

Alicia Grimes, YouTube Star, Signs with AWAL/Kobalt Music. Highly Anticipated Single, “Beautiful”, drops on October 26, 2018

Alicia Grimes, YouTube Star, Alternative, POP, EDM Music Artist Signs with AWAL/Kobalt Music on August 25, 2018. Her Highly Anticipated Single, “Beautiful”, Feat. Mario Fernando Martinez will be released on October 26, 2018 and distributed to over 200 territories worldwide and to all the key digital platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes,TouchTunes, Phononet, NetEase, Cloud Music, Amazon,Google Play, Deezer — and many more

Official Website: aliciagrimesent.weebly.com
Twitter – twitter.com/aliciagrimes71
Instagram – instagram.com/aliciagrimes71
SoundCloud – soundcloud.com/aliciagrimes
YouTube – youtube.com/aliciagrimesent
Spotify – open.spotify.com/artist/4VPajxKM9qYa0lhluirq68
Facebook – www.facebook.com/Alicia-Grimes-205959576094155/
Famous Birthdays – www.famousbirthdays.com/people/alicia-grimes.html

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Top 10 Billboard Artist Emily Perry Joins 2018 High School Nation Fall Tour, Visiting Schools in 13 U.S. Cities

Top 10 Billboard Artist Emily Perry Joins 2018 High School Nation Fall Tour, Visiting Schools in 13 U.S. Cities

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:

(LOS ANGELES) – OCT 2, 2018 – With two Top 10 Billboard charting dance hits under her belt, acclaimed pop singer and performer Emily Perry has joined the High School Nation Fall 2018 Tour, embarking on the 25-date national tour across America.

Perry will join the tour on its first date, kicking off October 15 in Chicago. The tour will then take her to 12 additional cities across the U.S., including the D.C. Metro area, Atlanta, Orlando, Houston and Baltimore among others. The tour will conclude in Dallas on November 16.

The High School Nation Tour, which was started in 2004, is an annual music festival that brings some of the industry’s leading musicians to high schools across the country, along the way raising funds and awareness for better access to music, arts and sports in public schools.

Perry will perform on the festival’s main stage on all 25 dates.

Past acts featured on the High School Nation Tour have included Silento, Plain White T’s, Taboo of the Black Eyed Peas, Drake Bell, Symon, Justine Skye and more.

Originally hailing from Sydney, Australia, Perry has found incredible success in the States over the last year, since releasing her first single, “Sugarcoated.” At just 19, she’s had four hit singles, two peaking at #9 on the Billboard Dance Chart with “Boom” and “Summer On Lock,” and her third single, “Walk In Silence,” reaching #13.

Her songs have been remixed by the likes of such music luminaries as DJ Hector Fonseca (Sia, Lady Gaga, Rihanna) and Grammy Winner Dave Aude (Bruno Mars, Adele, Beyonce).

The list of dates for the High School Nation Fall 2018 Tour are as follows:

• October 15 – 19, Chicago, IL
• October 22 – 23, Baltimore, MD
• October 24, Washington, DC
• October 25, Fairfax, VA
• October 26, Alexandria, VA
• October 29 – 30, Atlanta, GA
• October 31 – November 1, Columbia, SC • November 2, Charleston, SC
• November 5 – 6, Jacksonville, FL
• November 7 – 8, Orlando, FL
• November 9, Tampa, FL
• November 12 – 14, Houston, TX
• November 15 – 16, Dallas, TX

For more information on Perry, visit www.TheEmilyPerry.com.

For more information on the High School Nation Tour Fall 2018, visit www.highschoolnation.com.

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Remembering Tom Petty – Michael Gaither

Two videos and a couple of “this just in” shows for October.

It’s SO hard to believe that it was exactly a year ago today when we were all reacting to the sudden, tragic (and unfortunate/necessary) loss of Tom Petty. “Musical Hero” is an understatement. Petty starting making records (remember records?) not too long after I started buying them. He’s also one of the reasons I started writing. In this quite toxic environment of disagreement and opinions we seem to live in (I’m not going there), Tom Petty is still one of the few things everyone can agree on.

That said, I’ll keep this short. Here’s me and the band covering “Learning to Fly”. Seems appropriate. I’m also dropping in my little tribute song, “Always a Friend of Mine,” in case you missed it the last time around. This solo version was recorded on KPIG right after I wrote it last year on the day he passed. There’s also a nice, full-band take on it with me and My Best Friends in the music player on our new band page.


“Learning to Fly”


“Always a Friend of Mine (for Tom Petty”)

Besides that, two shows suddenly dropped in for the month. Wanted to share, and hope you can make one or both of them.

Saturday October 6th
Discretion Brewing / 703 41st Ave, Suite A, Soquel

An all-day voter registration drive and a celebration of Discretion’s new can release, “ParticIPAte”. We’ll be in trio mode (me, Eliza James on harmony, and Greg Abelar on bass) from noon to 2:00pm. No cover.

Sunday October 21st
Crystal Bay Farm / 40 Zils Road, Watsonville CA

Our first time at this GREAT local organic farm. (It’s pumpkin season, ya know). Joshua Lowe kicks off music at 1:00pm, followed by us (me, Eliza, and Jeff Baker on percussion.) No cover.

Thanks again for all the support. Be nice to each other, and don’t forget to spin “Damn the Torpedoes” today. And tomorrow. And…

Michael

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New Lyric Video From Top 25 Roots/Folk Artist James Lee Baker

New Lyric Video From Top 25 Roots/Folk Artist James Lee Baker

The Colorado-based singer-songwriter has released the official lyric video for his New Music Weekly charting single, “Cowtown Blues.”

DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, October 3, 2018 — Colorado roots/folk singer-songwriter and Top 25 FolkDJ radio chart artist, James Lee Baker has released the official lyric video for his current single, “Cowtown Blues.” The song is currently charting on the New Music Weekly country chart. Watch the video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=usGG1wbZ7EY.

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ABOUT JAMES LEE BAKER: A classically trained musician, James Lee Baker fuses influences from acoustic singer-songwriters like David Mead, Ellis Paul, John Gorka, Gregory Alan Isakov, Bob Dylan, and Slaid Cleaves. He embraces open tunings to create an unconventional but welcoming sound and timbre to his playing. Trained briefly by Richard Gilewitz, a renowned fingerstyle guitar player, James Lee’s fingerstyle guitar playing is rich and melodic, pulling listeners into memorable motifs and atmospheres.

In 2017, Baker released a Texas-inspired full-length project called “Home Again.” Harnessing his experience in technology, Baker recruited talented studio session musicians, accessing performers from Los Angeles, Canada, The United Kingdom, and Denver. “Home Again” is a Country-flavored Americana album, rich with instrumentation like dobro, lap steel, fiddle, and harmonica.

In March, he released an EP of Folk/Americana songs called “The Canadian River.” The single of the same title placed #23 on the FolkDJ radio charts in April of 2018, and the song “Two Cageless Birds” went on to be selected for the John O’Hara Songwriting Performance Grant.

James has played at several prominent venues including the Whiskey A Go Go in Los Angeles, The Fox Theater in Boulder, and Swallow Hill and The Walnut Room in Denver.

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Two new remixes for uplifting track ‘Our Road’

Two new remixes for the uplifting track ‘Our Road’

Traveling the same way music travels. This was TerraNation’s original inspiration during a trip to Rome for the uplifting ‘Our Road’ release. Now, we present two exciting remixes which transform the atmosphere though still maintain the essence of the journey.

MNK highlights the strength with a bigroom edit. The refined dynamics create impact, he then switches things up by dropping in a killer bass section.

“The atmosphere was brilliant and this melody is so beautiful.” MNK

Michel Dogniaux brings a minimal style with a deep and compelling mood. There are lovely, delicate moments which are then overturned entirely with the hard dance sections.

“I wanted to go wrong and offer a piece more relaxed compared to the original version that was bouncy.” Michel Dogniaux

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Dominique the Wildflower…”The Epitome of Eclectic Sass”

Dominique the Wildflower…”The Epitome of Eclectic Sass”

“The Epitome of Eclectic Sass”, Dominique the Wildflower refuses to be limited by genre induced labels of modern times.

Pulling her inspiration from a wide array of experiences, textures, sounds, tastes, smells, Dominique the Wildflower uses all of her senses to create sonic masterpieces that envelope the mind, body, and soul.

A native of Miami, Florida, she grew up with flavors of Southern sass, Caribbean class, and Latin luster forming a melting pot of spices and sweetness and strength all wrapped into one accounting for a more global/international outlook on her ideas of music, art, and life as a whole.

As a child, Dominique the Wildflower attributes most of her music taste from her father who play old records, cassettes, and burned CD’s of the blues, soul, funk, jazz, r&b, rock, reggae and any other music that fed the spirit with pride, culture, and history of where her roots lie.

This influence was rounded off by her grandmother’s insistence that she attended church every Sunday and sing in the choir so a deep croon of gospel undertones surely spring up from time to time within the depths of her musical creations.

Dominique the Wildflower is an independent artist producing, recording, singing, songwriting, promoting and creating all album artwork, priding herself in the raw and imperfect approach to her art form, loving the life and human touch of spirit guided creations.

She feels as if art itself is an experiment of experiences expressed through various avenues and music is one of the purest forms of all so why not keep it raw and alive…

Check out and support Dominique the Wildflower’s most recent creative masterpiece ” The Higher, The Heil” on her site dominiquethewildflower.bandcamp.com

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the song that makes you move

the song that makes you move

Rocco’s August Single Release ‘ I WANT TO MAKE MUSIC”
Rocco’s Bio
Discover Rocking Rocco the Singer-songwriter with a unique music style connecting with a soulful voice bringing new music to life from Rock & love to Christian / gospel.
Having a purpose in a belief like God Our Creator, It’s a Great honor to be given the gift of music to share to stand up and have a voice for others, Music can help us reach higher taking what you love can inspire us to do better.
Drawing from my musical & lyrical Inspiration from a Core of Music & spiritual, to tell a story to share from personal experience for others to relate with.
As early as I can remember I know I was going to be a singer in the Music Industry and their many steps to take and Hurdles in life.

The Song Bio
” I WANT TO MAKE MUSIC”
Powerful Rock song about the passion for music and re-finding yourself to sing with new energy to reach higher, Share how music can change people how to treat others. bringing this song to life.
to reach higher taking what you love how music can inspire us to do better.

I had different song I wanted to release this year for 2018 wasn’t till January / February of 2018 ,This Song came to me when I was outside in my front Yard I could feel and knew I had to get back into making music and get it released ” I just want to make music ” At that time it wasn’t even the title of the song, it kept repeating itself in my mind heart and soul knowing this is part of Gods purpose for me then I felt the beat and the melody the words just started to come out at that point I just wanted it to be a simple song with guitar drums some keys but it grow and the way to express it with the lyrics used a mixture of Rock, Soul & R&B feel with Christian focus, all praise goes back to God of Heaven.
Spent most the year working on this song when I could fit it in once it was completed at 90% with what I could do then everything else started to fall into place websites finding the place I uploaded the song Radio stations that would play the song , PR , online promoter started to contact me, Its the music lover theme song to help to better.

Spotify

Social Link

Www.roccosmusic.com.au
www.facebook.com/roccosmusic
Www.instagram.com/roccosmusic
Www.twitter.com/roccosmusic
Www.youtube.com/roccosmusic

Song can be purchased at my site or google Play , I Tunes ,Apple Music.
play.google.com/store/music/album/Rocco_Toldo_Melisssari_I_Want_to_Make_Music?id=Byezfbdyatarvhc5uz5ojry7x3u

Thank you God Bless.
Rocco.

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Canadian Melodic Rocker Cory M. Coons Performs On Daytime Ottawa

Canadian Melodic Rocker Cory M. Coons Performs On Daytime Ottawa

Ottawa resident Cory M. Coons performed his latest single, “Once Too Many, Twice Not Enough” on Rogers TV’s “Daytime Ottawa” on Monday, September 27th.

OTTAWA, ONTARIO, CANADA, August 28, 2018  —

“Dude writes a solid tune and he plays them with all the passion, skill, and heart you’d hope to find” – Sleeping Bag Studios
“A Voice for the ages” – TunedLoud

“Timeless” – Indie Pulse Music

On Monday, September 27th, 2018, Ottawa, Ontario resident and melodic rocker, Cory M. Coons performed his latest single, “Once Too Many, Twice Not Enough” on Rogers TV’s “Daytime Ottawa.” The song appears on Coons’ recent album release, “The Long Road Home.” It was produced by multi-platinum producer Ron Nevison (Heart, Bad Company, Chicago, Damn Yankees, Survivor, Styx, Night Ranger.)

Watch Cory’s performance at www.youtube.com/watch?v=0qzBAzx8bn8.

Growing up in Eastern Ontario (South of Ottawa), Canada, Cory M. Coons has been performing, writing and recording music since age 13. In 2015, he was nominated at the “Producer’s Choice Honors”, (formerly Los Angeles Music Awards), in the “Rock Artist Of The Year” category. In 2014, Coons won the Producer’s Choice Honor for “Studio Album Of The Year” for his Independent EP “Share A Little Time.” Coons also received nominations for “Male Singer/Songwriter” and “Record Of The Year.”

Cory’s eclectic influences include a collection of genres like Melodic Rock and Roots-Rock, blended with hints of Country-Rock. He is a respected freelance guitar instructor in the local St. Lawrence Seaway Valley and at Rock My House Music Centre in Kemptville, ON. Cory has opened and performed alongside internationally recognized Canadian artists like April Wine, Kim Mitchell, Glass Tiger & David Wilcox.

www.corymcoons.com
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EPK: https://www.sonicbids.com/band/corymcoons/

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Ed Roman Talks About The “Red Omen” Concept In This Exclusive Interview

Ed Roman Talks About The “Red Omen” Concept In This Exclusive Interview

IMAAI: Congrats on your new music video, “Red Omen.” Tell us about the concept behind the song/video:

Ed Roman. Thank you so kindly for having me today and it’s a pleasure to be able to speak to you. Yes congratulations are in order for so many that have been involved in this amazing musical and video adventure.
When I originally wrote this song I had always foreseen it as an animated short. Even during the recording process it kept speaking to me.. animation animation animation…..
The album has been out for just over two years now and for almost the same amount of time I have been looking for somebody to bring to life the story of Red Omen. I tried a number of larger animation houses and even universities and colleges but didn’t seem to get any nibbles. I then started using a GIF on my social media pages that I loved from an animator in New York City Nelson Diaz. I reached out to him with an email and an MP3 and a copy of the lyrics and he fell in love with the song. In a very short period of time we conspired together to create a very original and unique video for this tune. In casting the same stone I also reached out to the dyslexia societies in Canada and the United States and this video will be part of fundraising campaigns to raise money for tutoring programs for kids in North America.

IMAAI: Is Rock Dead? Why, or why not?

Ed Roman. I know it’s only rock ‘n’ roll but I like it? Give me an R!!! I wonder what Buddy Holly would say.. Music is always going through an ever-changing existence as a result of who we are culturally spiritually intellectually and physically. Music is more like stones in a wall that I’ve been built from the foundation up. The foundation is important, the mortar is important and every single brick that is in the wall is what makes it strong. Including the builder, their hands and the tools that have forged this fortress of art that we have in front of us…. in our past and in our future. Rock ‘n’ Roll is alive and well in the hearts of those that love it enjoy it and always will be. No different then every genre that has ever existed for those that have fallen in love with it.

IMAAI: What is the single biggest challenge facing music artists today?

Ed Roman. I’d say one of the biggest challenges for music artist today is not the creation of art itself but making a business out of what we have created. There is a great deal of missing infrastructure in the system which has promoted a collapse. The old way that people could make a living from their craft is dormant and almost nonexistent.

IMAAI: Tell us about an Ed Roman live show. What should fans expect?

Ed Roman. I’m borderline human gargoyle 🗿 so I think that would make for an excellent stage performance that revolves around comedy musical prowess sensitivity and insanity. I’m more like a musical uncle that will make you laugh and then cry and perhaps even piss you off.. just like family..

IMAAI: What was the first album or single that you bought with your own money?

Ed Roman. The Beatles “ Let it Be “

IMAAI: Where in the world would you love to play, that you haven’t and why?

Ed Roman. I love playing at outdoor amphitheatres so Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado would be an epic location for a live show. Like epic🗿. Red Omen at Red Rocks..

IMAAI: Should musicians get involved in politics, including posting about their political beliefs? Why or why not?

Ed Roman. You could be opening up a whole can of worms… a new ball of wax however you want to slice it when it comes to talking about politics with me. I know far too much about crypto politics than most people and no longer spend my time in the frenzy of rabbit holes of red and blue or conservative versus libertarian conjecture. Music has always been a breeding ground for conceptual ideas when it comes to Socio-political concepts and change. The libretto of Figaro by Mozart was considered to be socially unbalanced and could create an uproar in the masses of Europe. Bob Dylan in the 1960s was considered a figurehead for the idea of epic change in society. Even artists today are asking these kinds of important questions about ourselves and the things that are around us. You will always here threads of political ideas that run through my music. Subtle at sometimes and others directly in your face. As far as I’m concerned once an artist is told what they can and can’t write about… we have lost everything..

IMAAI: Thanks for the fantastic conversation! Where can our readers find out more info about you?

Ed Roman. Thank you so kindly for having me and I really appreciate the opportunity to be able to talk about my craft.. Please visit my website at any given moment in time from anywhere on the planet earth at . Please follow all the information on the Facebook event page for the video Red Omen.

www.facebook.com/RED-OMEN-The-Video-177029219598643/
Have a most amazing existence..

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Interview with Matt Weston

After the untimely 2016 death of his father from cancer-related causes, Matt Westin decided to honor his father’s memory by walking away from a promising engineering career, to focus on his music, something his father had staunchly supported. Matt is an International Music and Entertainment Association nominee. He is #44 on the International Country Artists chart at www.countrymusicchart.net/1-7-april-2018.htm. His music is being played and charted on stations around the globe. Here is an exclusive interview with Matt Westin:

IMAAI: Congrats on the release of your album, “Legacy.” You’ve had 2 fantastic singles come from the album. What are your plans for a 3rd single, or a music video?
Matt Westin: Thank you. Michael Stover at MTS Management Group used is experience and expertise to choose the first 2 singles from my album, and I think they were great choices. If we decide to do a 3rd, I think there is still plenty to choose from and we’ll decide which one to go with when we get there. As for a music video, I have some ideas…

IMAAI: Is country music Dead? Why, or why not?
MW: No way. They say legends never die, so country can never die. The artists of the past are still being listened to today, and probably will be forever to some degree. As for today’s mainstream country music, I struggle to call it country music at all, but there are a lot of real country artists out there that, I believe, are turning the tide and bringing back the grit and style that made country music what it used to be and what it will be again. What you hear on the radio is only a small portion of the music being made today. I have faith that country will be great again. I hope to be a part of it!

IMAAI: What is the single biggest challenge facing music artists today?
MW: There are so many ways to get your music out there today, but that just means getting noticed in that ocean of music is even harder.

IMAAI: Tell us about a Matt Westin live show. What should fans expect? When will you be performing live?
MW: High energy, interactive, lighthearted fun, and real. When I perform, I always want the people to feel like they are part of it and I am connecting with them. I like to be myself and joke a bit and chat and let my personality come through. It’s more personable and relatable, I think.

IMAAI: What was the first album or single that you bought with your own money?
MW: I’m not sure, because that was a long time ago. My first album was an Elvis cassette my father gave me when I was about 3, and it blew me away. But I’d have to guess my first self-bought album was probably Queen or Aerosmith.

IMAAI: Where in the world would you love to play, that you haven’t and why?
MW: I think playing for the troops overseas would be the ultimate honor and thrill.

IMAAI: Should musicians get involved in politics, including posting about their political beliefs? Why or why not?
MW: Well, it’s still a free country, so musicians can say whatever they want. I personally don’t think it’s a great idea from a career standpoint, because it can be so divisive. But on the other hand, musicians can have a quite a large audience for spreading their message, so it can be very effective as well. It’s a two-edged sword. I think it’s a personal choice and it should always be.

IMAAI: Thanks for the fantastic conversation! Where can our readers find out more info about you?
MW: Thank you for having me. You can find me at www.mattwestin.com, where there are links to my Facebook page, my Twitter page, and Youtube page, as well as links to where you can find my music. My album “Legacy” is available on iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, and just about every online retailer and streaming service.

www.mattwestin.com
www.facebook.com/mattwestinmusic

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