On Sunday, October 4 at 7:30 p.m., Martin Taylor, Frank Vignola, along with up and coming artist Vinny Raniolo, will be serving their special blend of swing, the blues, and innovative takes on classical tunes at St. Joe’s Visual and Performing Arts Department, NYC.
This year, the T.J. Martell Foundation proudly celebrates its 40th year with the creation of The Clive Davis Research Fellowship Award. The permanent grant bearing the five-time Grammy-winner’s name will be awarded annually to a scientist or medical professional undertaking substantial early-stage work aimed at finding a cure for Leukemia, Cancer or AIDS at one of T.J. Martell Foundation’s funded institutions.
September 19, 1985 was a historic day for all of us who work in the music business. That was the day that three musicians Frank Zappa, John Denver and Twisted Sister singer Dee Snider, were called to testify at a Senate hearing instigated by the Parents Music Resource Center (PMRC), who wanted to introduce a parental warning system that would label all albums containing “offensive material.”
Comprised of musical instruments including drums and guitars, career memorabilia from the Beatles era and Ringo’s solo career including his All-Starr Band, fine antiques, custom-made eclectic furnishings, fine art and personal items, this auction will be a unique and historic event.
5 Seconds of Summer, or as diehard fans call them, 5SOS, blew the lid off of Camden, New Jersey’s Susquehanna Bank Center on Labor Day Friday. There was no better way to kick-off the holiday weekend than with a blockbuster party hosted by 5SOS!
Lovingly remastered from a series of long lost tapes dating back to the early 1960s, The Attic Tapes, is a vintage collection of previously unreleased recordings and early works by John Renbourn, one of guitar music’s truly great innovators.
On November 6, 2015, Eagle Rock Entertainment will issue the simultaneous release of The Ritchie Blackmore Story on DVD, Blu-ray, Digital Formats and a deluxe 2DVD+2CD edition
The T.J. Martell Foundation for Leukemia, Cancer and AIDS Research has announced Grammy Award winning singer-songwriter Pat Monahan as the National Spokesperson of the Foundation’s 40th Anniversary. Monahan is best known as the lead vocalist for the band Train.
PonoMusic, the High-Resolution music company founded by Neil Young, presents a revolutionary breakthrough to music sales.
Wisconsin-bred, Georgia-based John McCutcheon has emerged as one of our most respected and loved folksingers. He truly is folk music’s Renaissance man — master instrumentalist, powerful singer-songwriter, storyteller, activist, and author.