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Get tuned into GHP RADIO your independent music source for Jazz, Soul, R&B, and so much more. Our music is streaming all day all night 24/7 plus specialty shows like G. House Jazz & More hosted by Gary Fuston who is a independent contemporary artist as well so he really can relate to all artists and musicians and understands the time and effort that goes into promoting ones work. Gary features and interviews artists on his show every Saturday from 2pm to 4 pm central standard time…Continue
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Ladies and Gentlemen, I intruduce you a young talent Miss.İmge Mingiroglu, with proud.Continue
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TO HELP JAPAN
To all my friend and fellow musicans.
The crisis In Japan and at the…
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RNA Records and Productions presents R of R featuring lead vocalist Jerome O'Neal and The ST6SB (sound track 6 studio band). The unit is climbing the music charts across the nation. IndieCharts Music has ranked then #5 by the IndieCharts Panel in nu jazz and the IndieCharts Fans have ranked them #4. On OurStage a…Continue
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THE BAMHUM is a new wind musical instrument made out of bamboo invented by Moa Subong of Abiogenesis from Dimapur in India. The Bamhum draws it’s name from the basic roots, the Bamboo and the effect of humming into this instrument. A medium sized bamboo instrument that one hums into to produce tones that are sourced from the user’s vocal chords and resonates with a captivating effect on the listener.
A rattle is assembled on the end of the knot that works as a resonance chamber, which…Continue
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Tony Adamo's remake of The Beatles classic song "Eleanor Rigby" is upbeat and funky. The song definitely has Tony Adamo's signature style on it, incorporating influences of blues, jazz and rock, also adding spoken word and a nice guitar solo. There's no replacing The Beatles, but Adamo has definitely brought "Eleanor Rigby" back to life for a new generation with great musicians behind him and a voice that's tried and true.…Continue
Added by Tony Adamo on March 18, 2011 at 10:46am — No Comments
Tony Adamo's sonorous voice has a Lou Rawls-like vibrato. A former radio announcer, now a singer and songwriter. Tower of Power member Mic Gillette introduced him to Stephen "Doc" Kupka, co-founder of Tower of Power and owner of Strokeland Records.
That was the start of a great friendship and a fertile collaboration. Over the next years they recorded Dance of…Continue
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“Roll with the punches!”
Danny Barker had a bold, and oftentimes, daring perspective on seemingly anything and everything under the sun.
He unflinchingly viewed the foibles of human life with a wry sense of humor and a deep self-knowing; both of which were hallmarks of his singular style.
He summed up his life's ethos as the quintessential Jazz journeyman, offering the words which with I open this day's very special post. Danny Barker…Continue
In response to JaiJai's message this morning, I am happy to report that jazz is not only alive, but thriving, here in Gainesville Florida. And I suspect, as she points out, that is the case in many places. In Gainesville, a medium sized town that is home to a large university, you can go out and hear live jazz--often at more than one location--every single night of the week! The players range from young students to semi-retired professionals. There is a monthly concert hosted by…Continue
Added by Cathy DeWitt on March 14, 2011 at 10:43am — No Comments
In Regard to community and Jazz . I think song writing in jazz should also pay attention to world community
I write songs about prevalent issues in the world and produce concerts that give back . I have three Arts and humanity awards from the state of Florida the last one presented by the first lady of Florida and secretary of state
America is the cultural melting pot of the world and jazz plays a big part in that it's not just about how much you play but even more important…Continue
Added by Mickey Carroll on March 14, 2011 at 8:13am — No Comments
I just remembered this great song from Wishful Thinking "Hiroshima" and I was listening to the lyrics. Now, I create another variation but still prefer the melodie. This could be a new cover version and I like to share it here:
Fly little bird to Fukushima, where the skys are blue.
Create another world pray for Fukushima, beneath the pale full moon.
And the world changes her face, remembers the place was here in Fukushima.
Speak the magic words…Continue
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