- Indiana Independent Venue Alliance (IIVA) Created to fight for venue survival amid mandated, extended shutdowns
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- Gene Simmons Live
- Chuck Berry Dies at 90
- Ben Folds piano solo tour stops in Indiana Feb. 17
- Bad Co. and Joe Walsh: Reviewed
All posts tagged "kath galasso"
KasēoGems Look to Bring Back the Fire with “Don’t Go”
Continuing the mood brought on via the isolation of a pandemic, Vancouver duo KasēoGems returns with a soulful ballad titled “Don’t Go.” As a follow-up to their first single, a cover of Springsteen’s “I’m On Fire,” the...
- Posted May 3, 2021
SF Folk Duo Wax Moon Release ‘Hello Morning,’ First Studio LP
Indie acoustic Folk duo Wax Moon’s first studio release, Hello Morning, shows that stripped down doesn’t mean bare basics. John Blatchford and Paul Kimball, the SF Bay area musicians who make up Wax Moon, weave harmonies and...
- Posted April 26, 2021
New Yank Yorkies “Bring Back The Love”
Musical history has shown us some of the most talented artists are the ones whose names you only know if you are a devout reader of album liner notes. As Skynyrd sang “Muscle Shoals has got the...
- Posted April 5, 2021
Nancy Wenstrom Releases “Vintage Tears”
California based Americana/blues/rock musician Nancy Wenstrom explores the heartbreak of unrequited love in her new single “Vintage Tears.” My newest release, Vintage Tears, was inspired when texting with a friend about his situation with a woman who...
- Posted March 23, 2021
Toronto’s Delyn Grey with New Single, “Ghost Town”
Toronto-based alternative singer-songwriter Delyn Grey returns with more music for the doers and deep thinkers. Her new single and video, “Ghost Town” speaks to the impact of isolation. Early in the pandemic, Grey felt there was a...
- Posted March 15, 2021
Red Skies Mourning Release “Signs From You”
Coming out of the Maryland/DC area, Red Skies Mourning bring a rock/retro grunge sound to their new single “Signs From You.” Fuzzy guitar driven, the song is both dark and light in feeling. Written from the perspective...
- Posted January 12, 2021
Eric Anders and Mark O’Bitz Release Single “Careful Now My Son”
As we leave behind a year full of turbulence and anxiety, it’s been interesting to follow the ways musicians have been dealing with the chaos of the political world and the global pandemic. California artists Eric Anders...
- Posted January 6, 2021
XIMXIA’s “Anywhere But Here” Strong Message is Open to Interpretation
When MTV debuted 39 years ago, their initial entry into the music world was a video called “Video Killed The Radio Star.” It did, and it made us look at music in completely different ways for more...
- Posted December 8, 2020
KasēoGems Haunting Cover of “I’m On Fire”
One of the countless losses of the COVID year of 2020 is the ability for creative artists to, well, create together. Months of social distancing have constructed a barrier to group inspiration, causing musicians especially, to think...
- Posted December 1, 2020
Patrick Ames Considers the COVID World with “Second Wave”
When we last heard from Patrick Ames he was seeing life through the view of a vineyard in the Napa Valley. He’s still in Napa, though his world view, along with the rest of us, has been...
- Posted November 23, 2020