All posts tagged "Survivor"
Jim Peterik, ‘The Songs’ – Reviewed
ARTICLE VIEWS: 1,952 When you’re a musician who has co-written one of the most recognizable songs ever recorded. When that song goes on to win a Grammy, a People’s Choice Award, is nominated for an Academy Award,...
- Posted September 2, 2016
Swan, A Look Back With Marc Droubay
ARTICLE VIEWS: 1,273 What could have been. We’ve all had those moments in life when you reflect back on a time in your life when either a decision you’ve made, or a circumstance that occurred, changed the...
- Posted August 8, 2016
Dave Bickler, No Longer Caught In The ‘Survivor’ Game
ARTICLE VIEWS: 1,148 As Yogi Berra famously said, “It’s like déjà vu all over again.” And indeed it is. For the third time in his singing career, Dave Bickler is no longer a member of the rock...
- Posted April 26, 2016
Jim Peterik, His Words and Music
ARTICLE VIEWS: 110 In talking to songwriters over the past several years, it becomes clear that although the end result is the same, the methods for pulling a song together can be very different. Some start with...
- Posted October 1, 2014
Survivor’s Dave Bickler, More Than a Tiger’s Tale
ARTICLE VIEWS: 895 In the movie Rocky, Adrian asks Rocky why he wants to be a fighter. His response: “Because I can’t sing or dance.” Dave Bickler can sing; “Eye Of The Tiger” proved that. Whether he...
- Posted July 24, 2014
Catching Up with Jimi Jamison
ARTICLE VIEWS: 695 When you grow up in the shadow of such legendary recording studios as Stax, American, Sun, and Royal Studios, one can only imagine what a young singer from Memphis might dream. Starting out singing...
- Posted May 21, 2014
Jimi Jamison and Hybrid Ice Rock Hard Again
ARTICLE VIEWS: 369 If you’ve seen a band or performer before, are your expectations higher or lower when seeing them again? Let’s face it, there are all kinds of fans. Legendary ones like the Deadheads who go...
- Posted March 24, 2014
Artists Battle for Digital Royalties
ARTICLE VIEWS: 67 How many songs do you have in your iTunes? A couple hundred? It’s probably closer to a couple THOUSAND. Digital downloads and other digital listening services such a Spotify and Pandora have allowed listeners...
- Posted February 18, 2014