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Chatting with Missy Gilbert of Ginger and the Ghost

March 28, 2017 // 0 Comments

Missy, lead singer from Sydney’s Avant-garde band, Ginger And The Ghost discusses the new single ‘Glow’; the amazing accompanying video about how ‘Glow’ was born; the inspiration and people involved in the filming of the video; recent concerts in Tasmania; their next show at The Nest Creative Space, Sydney, 21st April; the new album, collaborations & more singles are on the way soon. [Continued]

Chatting with blues musician Ladell McLin

February 12, 2017 // 0 Comments

Ladell McLin discusses his musical influences; growing up on the south side of Chicago; the blues scene in America; Nelson Mandela and the blues in the civil rights movement; President Donald Trump; and he played a blues song (22:22). [Continued]

Chatting with the Glam Skanks

February 5, 2017 // 0 Comments

The Glam Skanks discuss their awesome fashion sense, where and when they purchase their stage outfits and makeup, their musical backgrounds, and what bands influenced them the most [Continued]

Chatting with Alexander Krull of Leaves’ Eyes

December 21, 2016 // 0 Comments

Alexander Krull of Leaves' Eyes discusses the band’s new life with frontwoman Elina Siirala, the new EP "Fires in the North", next year’s North American tour with Sabaton, and their upcoming new album. [Continued]

Chatting with world renowned Greek guitar phenomenon Gus G

December 13, 2016 // 0 Comments

Firewind's mastermind Gus G discusses the lyrical theme behind "Immortals", how the experience of working with Dennis and Henning influenced the recording, what the band's fanbase could expect from the new album, what is in store in terms of future touring in the United States, what music impacts Gus not only as a guitar player but as a musicians overall, what are the chances for him to record a purely instrumental album and what is going on with the heavy metal scene in Greek. [Continued]

Chatting with musician/artist and founder of Boosweet Records Vernon Neilly

September 18, 2016 // 0 Comments

Vernon Neilly discusses his Latin-influenced hip-hop brand of music (he was born in Bahamas and reared in South Florida) ; his new release "Outta Time"; taking classic Stevie Wonder or Jimi Hendrix tunes and putting his own spin on them; collaborating with talented musicians like Greg Howe; the changes he has observed in music industry in the Millennium; his mutual love and devotion to fans in South America, like Brazil and Argentina; and the South American culture versus American regarding music. [Continued]
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