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Paul K The journey through life in 100 spoken phrases

Band Name: Paul K Paul Kirkpatrick – Piano, Synths, Electronics Rachel Dawson – Cello I’ve been writing and performing music since I was a teenager playing in covers bands and then progressing onto original material. The new album is my fourth solo album and I’ve also released albums with the bands Glitch Code and Basilica. I […]

Sirens and Shelter gets to work on a new sound

  Band Name: Sirens & Shelter All music by Scott Mallard. Person Interviewing: Scott Mallard Sirens & Shelter is the music project of Scott Mallard. Having released and toured full length acoustic albums “Through The War” and “Maybe You Should”, it’s time for a new sound and direction; it’s time to turn the volume up. Song name: Carried […]

Rosetta Fire The buzz of playing live and being true to yourself

  Band Name: Rosetta Fire: Anthony Gliddon (vocals + guitar), Jimmy Lapwoth (guitar + vocals), Matt Ball (keys + guitar), Emily Knight (bass + vocals), Andy Wheeler (drums + vocals) Person Interviewing: Jimmy Lapworth I live in… Warwickshire, UK. Rosetta Fire started out as a duo (Ant and Jim) but the band grew over time with the odd […]

British Born Singer Charleesa Opens the New Year with a Powerhouse New Attitude

Band Name: Charleesa (Pronounced Shar-leesa) British-born singer songwriter Charleesa opens the heart and mind through mellifluous melodies and intimate lyrics that she delivers with the passionate sincerity of a crusader, and the sensitivity of a healer. She desires to inspire people with her current repertoire which is written with an optimistic outlook; these songs are as […]

Tommy Ocean Life of a Musician

Tommy Ocean, Like of a Musician… I’m not sure where my musical skills came from but I’ve always wanted to sing and make music. My grandma was said to have been a violin player…  All the other family members were rather passively into music but I started to sing and home record at about the age […]

The rising British-Japanese songwriter is making the pop world more relatable

  The rising British-Japanese songwriter is making the pop world more relatable — one glittery, retro-sounding synth banger at a time. Not long after I meet the British-Japanese pop singer Rina Sawayama at the Public Hotel in SoHo, I get my first dose of her anxiety. This particular bout is triggered by two upcoming performances […]

Sarah Hawkyard London Musician

A very life changing year, a turn your world upside down kind of year!  I have probably learned the most this year than all the other years put together and I shall condense them into. Episode #531: A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/avaliveradio/2017/10/29/episode-531-ava-live-radio-behind-the-music-with-jacqueline-jax Interview by Jacqueline Jax host of A.V.A Live RadioSarah Hawkyard […]