OK, check it out, a little preview to my new EP "Dollars Spent On Nothing". This is the lead single called "45 Days" and features the "guys" -- Craig Magnano on Guitar, Andrew Cleghorn on Bass, and Adam Jackson on Drums. This is just a little taste of the new music - the full package coming at you on May 8th!! Help spread the word, if you like it, post this snippet, help spread the word!!…
A very brief biography. RORY McLEOD is a one-man-soul-band, and poet. He has a natural troubadour's talent for weaving magical, musical, storytelling spells accompanied by his own bizarre solo orchestra of distinctive instruments. The spoons, finger-cymbals, bandorea, Djembe-drum, harmonica, guitar, trombone and-tap-dancing shoes accompany the "rich, raw, deep and resonant" voice of this "singular and liberating performer." "Expect the… Continue
Added by rob ellen on April 23, 2010 at 9:00pm —
What is up with these guys whoever they are......Pulling copyright on something that has not been sold or set up to make money. These people really wank themselves.
Who knows how I can contact these people, I have searched all over the net and I still cant find them. The purpose for contacting them is to get some satisfaction of letting them know that they simply 'SUCK'.
BBC Introducing Pete Christie - Radio
South Live - Demo Panel with Phil Jackson 11_04_2010
South: Live showcases unsigned musicians
Hats off to Phil Jackson and the guys on the BBC South:Live panel (Chris Taylor, Al Scott and Nick Coquet) for identifying what I am are all about. The panel were so unanimously positive about me, my music and my approach to music.… Continue
I advanced to the final stage of the finger picking contest after a long time with 2005.2006 after it had participated. This contest performs an original arrangement tune and an original tune. I arrange nursery rhyme "Dog policeman" this time, and an original tune is performed by "AOBA-JYOH(Green leaves castle)".
As a result of lot, my order of the performance is the seventh.
The contest is a start at 12 o'clock of daytime. I was peacefully spending till…
Day three here in Ft Lauderdale took a decidedly soggy turn, but that hasn't stopped the show. It's a busy day, and between catching Muriel Anderson's All Star Night in a little bit and an early flight home tomorrow, I'll have to save most of the rest of my photos and comments until I get home. But here's a few to hold you till thern.
I tried to catch more of the concerts today and also checked out the "other side", the electric room, which actually had some items of interest even to… Continue
Matt Stevens (Guitars/Loops/Whammy Pedal/Ebow) - 8.19 Live On Ustream 2009
This is a live version of my song 8.19 which is going to be on my second album which is called Ghost and is out later in the year. The “synth” type noise is an ebow run through a whammy pedal. Its from the run of ustream concerts streamed on the internet last year. Its quite a Smiths/Fripp type track.…
Saturday was a busy day at the Hard Rock, as the crowds came in for the weekend, and the guitar show ratcheted into high gear. I spent the day trying to look at nooks and crannies that I might have overlooked the first day, starting with the Hard Rock itself. Rock may be mostly about electric guitars, at least as evidenced by the guitars on the wall, but today I noticed this nice tribute to Hank Williams on the way in, featuring an "acoustic", even if it was…
Hello from Fort Lauderdale, where this year’s Newport guitar show is being held amid palm trees, and intermittently sunny Florida weather. The Newport show was first held in Newport, RI, hence the name, but has since relocated to Miami, and this year is at a new venue, the Hard Rock Café and Casino. The setting makes for a lot of contrasts. This Hard Rock is a huge full-blown Vegas-style…
A few weeks ago we thought we'd try something - an online venue based around a "ning" network. So I posted out to some of our friends to see what would happen.
It's been great really - friendships have been made and in a very short time I think its become a remarkable community which I am very proud to be part of. Some great collaborative projects have happened and some brilliant points have been… Continue
Added by Matt Stevens on April 15, 2010 at 9:39am —
After an absense from the US market of more than 25 years, T. Haruo guitars will soon be issuing a "Celebration" model. These outstanding Japanese made acoustics entered the U.S. market for a short time in late seventies and early eighties, and have developed a strong fan club, known for their excellent craftsmanship and unbelievable tone. The amazing thing is, "nobody will part with a T. Haruo guitar." You simply have not been able to get one because no one will part ways with them. The good… Continue