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Interviews

BottleRock Napa 2017

Interview with Bishop Briggs from her headlining tour in San Francisco at legendary Fillmore

April 25, 2017

With BottleRock Napa 2017 just about a month away, we were excited to catch one of our favorite BottleRock Napa Spotlight Bands perform. Bishop Briggs made a stop in San Francisco last week to perform a date from her first headlining tour at the legendary Fillmore. They performed last year at the iconic venue, opening for Kaleo and blew us away. They did it again, as this time they were there for their headlining show, and they truly gave 150% out on that stage! We had the chance to catch up with Bishop Briggs shortly before her set. You can check out our interview here: The night kicked off with an eclectic indie pop electronic set by Manatee Commune. Followed by SHAED, a vibrant pop band highlighted with powerful vocals. From the moment Bishop hit the stage, the crowd went wild with enthusiasm. It was pure bliss as the music washed away all our worries and concerns. Instead, filling us with energy, euphoria and serenity. As we talked with Bishop, her music is an elixir [Read More]

Interview

From Scooby-doo to CSI-Miami and Cuban beats: An interview with producer Jared Faber

April 7, 2017

    (Los Angeles) I am so happy Jared Faber decided to move to LA from his native New York in 1999 when a TV composing opportunity presented itself.  Faber had been writing music for Nickelodeon in New York, but LA called in the form of an opportunity to compose for the Emmy- nominated Nick series, As told by Ginger. He answered that call and moved to LaLa Land, kicking off a career that has garnered Grammy and Emmy nominations and awards, a Latin Grammy, and a long list of music for TV and films – plus his own music,  plus producing award winning records for artists in LA and Cuba. But it was cartoons that got him started and I got to talk with him about that and the many other things he has done in his career.   Patrick. Jared, you have a long list of credits composing for animation.  Why animation – is there something about the art form or children’s programming that calls to you?   Jared. Initially, it really was [Read More]

Interview

Ann Wilson extends “Ann Wilson of Heart Tour”

March 29, 2017

  Ann Wilson of Heart has been captivating crowds with her performances on her solo tour and we are pleased to announce she has extending the tour. The second leg of Ann Wilson extends “Ann Wilson of Heart Tour”. The a second leg of dates running from May 19-July 2.  The iconic vocalist will make tour stops in Chicago, San Diego, Phoenix, Dallas and Atlanta, among other cities. Musicians on board for the ANN WILSON OF HEART tour include Craig Bartock on guitar (Heart member for a dozen years, who also performed in the Ann Wilson Thing for two years) from San Francisco; Andy Stoller on bass (the Ann Wilson Thing member for two years) from Seattle; Denny Fongheiser on drums and percussion (Heart member in the 1990’s for two years) from Los Angeles; and Dan Walker on keys.   “The stage is a magical place where I can be beautifully in and out of control, where I can build a fire and then jump into it,” says the esteemed and pioneering Rock and Roll Hall of Fame legend who’s known for [Read More]

10 Comments

  1. Hello Marisol, my name is Sheli Hunt. I am the manager of Metal Fest III. Which is an event that my husband and I have been hosting for the past 3 years. We do it to promote local metal bands This year is our biggest show yet, we have 10+ extremely talented local metal bands from both Sonoma and Lake County.This years show is July 20th. I want to personally invite you to come to our show and soak up some of the local talent. I have some really talented musicians that you don’t want to miss out on. I look forward to hearing from you. Sincerely, Sheli Hunt

  2. Hi Marisol. I am Patrick O’Heffernan, Host of the nationally syndicated radio program Music Friday. We interview two or three guests a week and cuts from their songs. We specialize in emerging talent from all genres – artists that are on the edge of stardom, and artists that are beginning to break into a professional career. I write music reviews and post interviews of our guests and their music in various places. Would Music Junkie Press be interested in running or reprinting ,my reviews or interviews?. you can check us out at musicfriday.nationbuilder.com. T: @musicfridaylive

  3. Thank you for the EPK and the note and the great music. If you want to be considered for an interview on Music Friday Live., go to http://musicfriday.nationbuilder.com, click on the your choice, and enter your information. Music Friday folks will review it. The show is now booking for April and May. MusicFridayLive!’s email is musicfridaylive@gmail.com – email works better than Reverbnation because the web person doesn’t checks Reverb everyday..

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