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BMI Composer John Frizzell Starts the Buzz for “Call Me Mr. Bluegrass”

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From News, posted 3.14.19 The fiery mandolin of bluegrass icon, Bill Monroe, widely regarded as one of the most deeply influential artists in history, is once again blazing into the spotlight in a new documentary to be brought about by BMI composer John Frizzell and several other equally, and deservedly, spellbound fans of Monroe.… Read more...


10 Questions: Keith Urban

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From MusicWorld, posted 12.11.12 Born in New Zealand, raised in Australia and a Nashville native since the early ‘90s, Keith Urban has been on the go for the better part of the last decade. The one place you could safely assume to find him was at the top of the charts. A husband, father… Read more...


10 Questions: Dan Romer

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From MusicWorld, posted 4.16.12 Dan Romer grew up cherishing gritty singers—from Dylan and Daltrey, to Cobain and Corgan. These days the Brooklyn-based producer and all-around studio whiz is just as concerned with vocalizations, but contending for his attention is the constant search for an agile string arrangement or the perfect drum sound. Checking in… Read more...


Christina Perri Breaks Through

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From MusicWorld, posted 11.17.10 By the time she was 23, Christina Perri had already toured the world with a rock band, learned to make olive oil with her family in Italy, and waited tables at Melrose Café in Los Angeles. When the LA-based singer/songwriter inked a deal with Atlantic Records earlier this year, the… Read more...


Erin McCarley Proves She’s More Than Pop’s Pretty New Face

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From MusicWorld, posted 2.04.09 It’s not surprising that Erin McCarley might occasionally need to divide her attentions during an interview. “I kind of forgot about this interview, so I’m sitting in a pedicure chair,” she confesses. “It’s my only day home, so I’m getting all these girl things done that I haven’t done in… Read more...


Kennedy

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From MusicWorld, posted 11.12.07 “This is the most important record since Pet Sounds.” - Hamed Karzai Kennedy is running for President. Like the current Bush administration, Kennedy is on a mission to make the world a sexier place. He is a lightning bolt of freedom into the pants of millions of Americans. In a… Read more...


Singer/Songwriters on Tap at October Acoustic Lounge

From News, posted 9.26.07 BMI will present four talented singer/songwriters, Heather Lauren, Henry Gummer, Larry Bagby and Paul Nagi, at the BMI Acoustic Lounge on Monday, October 1 at Genghis Cohen (740 N. Fairfax Avenue in Hollywood) at 7 p.m. The showcase, held on the first Monday of each month, is free and open… Read more...


Wintergreen

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From MusicWorld, posted 6.07.06 In today’s music world it’s becoming hard to find a band that takes an honest and original approach to rock ‘n roll. It has been a while since a new band has come along with music worth getting excited over. Working to change that are the four unknown band members… Read more...


For Kanye West, Music is Medicine

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From MusicWorld, posted 3.23.06 Declaring on national television that “George Bush doesn’t care about black people” might be a career-killer for most artists — but most artists aren’t Kanye West. The 28-year-old hip-hop superstar’s ubiquitous single “Gold Digger” (featuring some Ray Charles-ish backing vocals from friend Jamie Foxx)… Read more...


For Kanye West, Music Is Medicine

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From MusicWorld, posted 3.09.06 Declaring on national television that “George Bush doesn’t care about black people” might be a career-killer for most artists — but most artists aren’t Kanye West. The 28-year-old hip-hop superstar’s ubiquitous single “Gold Digger” (featuring some Ray Charles-ish backing vocals from friend Read more...


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