Posts Tagged ‘jazz’
Micah Carli: The Ears, Eyes, Mind, & Experience That Truly Make Popside Recording an Art | STUDIO SPOTLIGHT (Part 2 of 4)Posted: October 20, 2016 by Kimberly Weiss in Local Music News, Venue/ Local Service News
Tags: A Day in the Life, Alternative, Django Reinhardt, Frank Sinatra, gospel & blues, Hawthorne Heights, jazz, Micah Carli, Night Owl, Nina Simone, Nirvana, OH, organic recording, Popside Recording, Recording, Recording Studio, Rock, Smashing Pumpkins, studio spotlight, Sweet Cherry, The Beatles, Troy
Let’s face it! The person behind the sound board can make or break your album, not to mention your bank, so getting to know the engineer and/or producer you’re going to work with, in advance, is crucial to coming away with a great recording!
Before my band went to Popside Recording earlier this year, I had already checked out Micah Carli’s recordings, talked to friends, and learned that he’d been around the world and had earned a lot of experience touring with the band Hawthorne Heights.
As I began to learn more about his experiences in music though, it became clear to me that it wasn’t just his experience with the band that makes him one of the hottest engineers to record with right now.
It’s the whole package. (more…)
Tags: Blues, Gilly's, Gilly's Jazz Club, jazz, Jerry Gillotti
Tags: Aminita Satori, Back to the Stars We Go, chill, Dance, electronic, jazz, keyboard, new release, pop, R and B, saxaphone, world beat
Tags: Australia, Big Band, Blues, jazz, Kinderjazz, Latin, Mary Poppins, Paramatta Stadium, Sesame Street, Stadium Australia, Swing, Sydney Opera House, Teddy Bear's Picnic
If you’ve been looking for the best way to introduce your kids to the world of music, Kinderjazz has just the answer! This 12 member acoustic swing orchestra has developed a unique sound that appeals to both young and old and everyone in between! Both stimulating and fun, their delightful new album, Teddy Bear’s Picnic, is an entertaining collection of blues, latin, ragtime, jazz, swing music and stories specifically aimed at engaging girls and boys under the age of 12 and helping to develop those minds into the creative and intelligent souls of tomorrow!
New Single Gives Jazzy Twists to a Cool Country Inspiration| Bonita Adele – Philadelphia – Shine On RecordsPosted: December 6, 2015 by Kimberly Weiss in Band Reviews/Promotions, Music Connection News, Non-Local Bands
Tags: Barbara Streisand, Bonita Adele, Carole King, Christian, Country, Digital Radio Tracker, jazz, Neal McCoy, New Mountain, New Mountain to Climb, r&b, Shine On Records, soft rock, Unfinished Business
Philadelphia jazz and Christian artist, Bonita Adele, has just released her beautiful new single, “New Mountain,” and it’s a wonderful twist on country artist, Neal McCoy’s, original 2011 release!
“New Mountain” is Bonita’s first release with Shine On Records, and she does a wonderful job mixing together jazz, soft rock, and pop elements to give this song a fresh new look. The smooth saxophone intro and Bonita’s soft, but passionate, voice are key elements to recreating this tune, but Bonita also pays serious homage to McCoy’s country roots of the song with her piano work and supporting instrumentation. Fans of artists like Barbara Streisand or Carole King will become fast fans of Bonita Adele!
Tags: Americana, Bluegrass, Brett Mullins, Dark Holler Pop, Diggin on You, Folk, Jacob Sharp, jazz, Joseph Terrell, Last Chance Johnny, Libby Rodenbough, Mark Cantwil, Mipso, North Carolina, Oddbody's Music Room, Roots, Wood Robinson
The Americana Folk/Roots movement is well represented here in the Dayton area. The Miami Valley is bursting with amazing, young talent, including Dayton native, Mark Cantwil. Cantwil showcased his talents recently at Oddbody’s Music Room opening for North Carolina’s “Mipso”. The Wednesday night show was a welcome and much needed mid-week diversion!
Tags: American Blues, Blues, Blues Power, Blues With Friends, Brixx Ice Company, Dan Connaughton, Dave Benson, Dayton Blues Showcase, Dixie Peach, Etta Britt, Hanks Pub, Ira Stanley, jazz, Lee Roy Parnell, Lee Swisher, Oddbody's Music Room, southern rock, Steve Benson
On Friday, May 29, Oddbody’s Music Room was the home to the Dayton Blues Showcase featuring four of the area’s top guitar slingers, including event organizer Doug Hart. Hart assembled an All-Star cast of area Blues greats that include friends Noah Wotherspoon, Scotty Bratcher, and veteran Bluesman Ira Stanley.The line of excited fans outside when the doors opened was proof positive that Dayton Blues fans were anxious and ready for this one! The end result was one of the best shows of the year, so we thought it fitting that we showcase each band individually. We begin with Ira Stanley & Blues Power!
Tags: indie, jazz, Jess Gallo, New Carlisle News, r&b, The Voice
- Written by Website Editor
- Published: 27 February 2015
20 year old singer/songwriter Jess Gallo has auditioned for the TV singing competition show “The Voice”.
“You should continue to watch the blind auditions to see how she did on the show” said Karen Gallo, Jess’ mother. Karen was not able to comment any further on the show.
The Voice airs Monday and Tuesday nights at 8p.m. on NBC.
An interview with Jess Gallo will be in the March 4 edition of the New Carlisle News.
NewCarlisleNews.net will bring you updates as soon as they become available.
Jess Gallo will be performing at the Dayton Does Dayton music festival on March 14 at 7:30p.m. sharp.
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Originally published here:
New Carlisle News – Park Layne’s Jess Gallo to Appear on the Voice.
Tags: album release, Blues, Canada, Ed Roman, Folk, Funk, instrumental, Jam, jazz, Letters From High Latitudes, pop, Rock