Monthly Archives: August 2016

Wine Not! Blues With The Reds and The Whites at City Winery September 4 in Nashville

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 27, 2016 Media Contact: Janet Hansen City Winery Celebrates Labor Day Sunday Sept. 4 With Two Award-Winning Blues Guitarists in the Lineup NASHVILLE, TN –  Nashville’s upscale City Winery is  hosting award-winning blues guitarists Tom Whisenhunt … Continue reading

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Dr. Hunter S. Thompson Didn’t Say…

“The music business is a cruel and shallow money trench, a long plastic hallway where thieves and pimps run free, and good men die like dogs. There’s also a negative side.” But I wish he would have.       … Continue reading

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A Legend By Any Other Name: Hal Blaine

When I think back over the three plus decades I’ve worked in music, there are aha moments about the early years I wish I’d paid more attention to. Just finished watching the documentary, The Wrecking Crew which I knew had … Continue reading

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2 Greats, 1 Home. Hendrix And Handel: Neighbours In Time

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Separated by a wall and 200 years are the homes of two musicians who chose London and changed music. ? I wish I could tell you I had dreamed up that line myself. But I…

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Mass Exodus: Now Tell Me About That Copyright Law Again

It’s been a thoroughly interesting week learning about all the changes that are going to make a musician’s life all the more interesting due to copyright.  To date I’ve focused on information from Copyright Officer, Stephen Carlisle, J. D. and … Continue reading

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Beatles Tracks in London

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Walking Tour Featuring Beatles Sites In London Describe the 1960’s in a single word, and the word has to be Beatles. No other artist in history has affected the human population to the extent the Beatles…

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In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida

Nearly everyone has heard this song at one point in their lives, and wondered what in the world happened there? The original song title by Iron Butterfly was supposed to be “In The Garden of Eden,” but something happened on … Continue reading

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