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  • 01:22

    Indie Pop Christian Music Stuff

    in Fun

    My son Cubby is going to walk us through some great music that has affected his life and his music. I have gained a new interest for this genre so it should be fun! Be ready to call in with your questions and comments. Maybe you even have asuggestion or two of your own.  A good chance to just relax and enjoy some good music.

  • 00:45

    Diana Ebe .. Dream-Pop

    in Electronic Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Diana Ebe .. Dream-Pop to the show!


    Born and raised in Stockholm, Sweden, Diana Ebe was introduced to music at a young age, beginning piano lessons at four and starting to sing soon after.
    In 2013, Diana decided to pursue her lifelong dream of being a full-time musician and moved to Los Angeles. Ebe wrote her first song early in 2014 and has been working nonstop ever since. Beginning with piano, and by layering atmospheric production over pounding percussion, Ebe produces her own songs with the pop sensibility of artists like Lorde and Lykke Li.
    Ebe’s introspective lyrics and haunting melodies create a feel that has already caught the attention of notable musicians including The Doors’ guitarist, Robby Kreiger. Ebe describes her work as expressing the “lonely and longing feeling of love and life,” drawing inspiration from nature’s power, daydreams, lust, and love.

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  • 00:40

    Lauren Carter ... Indie-Pop

    in Indie Music

    Today Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Indie-Pop Singer/Songwriter Lauren Carter to the Show!


    Beginning her music career in Chicago, Lauren Carter studied music at Northwestern University and is an award-winning vocalist, with a three-octave range. Carter hails from the classical music world, and holds a master’s degree in operatic vocal performance.
    Currently, Lauren Carter is preparing for the release of her debut EP, American Dream. The title track was co-written and produced by Andrew Williams, the multi-platinum producer and songwriter known for his work with artists ranging from T-Bone Burnett to Jessica Simpson, while lead single, “Rule Breaker”, is a piano-driven pop song co-written and produced by longtime Ludacris collaborator, Josh "IGLOO" Monroy.
    Carter is also an actress, model, and philanthropist. Her modeling credits include Sports Illustrated, Maxim, GQ, catalogues, print, and more. She has appeared onstage and onscreen internationally, including working with Oscar-winning director Robert Altman.

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    LaFamos PR & Branding

  • 00:53

    HEIRESS TO ATLAS ... Electro-pop

    in Electronic Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes HEIRESS TO ATLAS (Electro-pop) to the Show!


    HEIRESS TO ATLAS burst into life when two strangers met over the Internet and decided there was no turning back. The birthchild of Australian singer Vidya Sethu & NY producer Marc Thomas, the electro pop duo captures magic in misery: memorializing heartbreak and alienation with soaring melodies that celebrate being exposed.
    Soulful and atmospheric, their sound is sometimes brooding, sometimes restless, always laced with hope.

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  • 00:36

    Ramonda Hammer ... Grunge-pop

    in Rock Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Ramonda Hammer (Grunge-pop) to the Show!


    Ramonda Hammer is a grunge-pop project from Los Angeles, CA.
    The band delivers a familiar yet unconventional sound. Davis’s songwriting plays with quirky chord progressions, time signature and tempo changes, and dynamic vocal melodies - akin to many of the alternative and grunge bands that made an impact in the 90s. 
    After a successful Kickstarter campaign in September 2015, Ramonda Hammer is now recording their first professional album at the legendary Sunset Sound with Grammy-nominated sound engineer Morgan Stratton. The album is titled Whatever That Means, which is not only a playful nod to everyone who’s puzzled by the band’s name, but is a lyric from a track on the album called “See”, in which Davis screams, “I hate that all I write about is how I feel about the people that I care about, and I’ll try to have more depth...whatever that means!” The album will be released in early 2016, just in time for a trip to SXSW and a summer tour.

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  • 01:19

    Michele McTierney .. pop, indie, rock, alternative

    in Rock Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcome pop, indie, rock, alternative Singer/Songwriter Michele McTierney to the Show! 


    Michele McTierney blends powerful, emotionally charged vocals, edgy, infectious pop rock music with a wonderful talent for lyrical imagery, creating an album that is a true work of art. Michele’s personal story is revealed in each song, from her inspiring journey of losing over 230 lbs. in the two years recording her album, “A Work in Progress” and following her dream to become a singer-songwriter, to her struggle with depression and surviving trauma and heartache. “A Work in Progress” is a spectacular musical tour de force, exposing the vulnerabilities of the heart and the strength of the human spirit with honesty, humor and passion.



  • 02:02

    My Sweet Satan: How The Occult Haunted Music, Movies & Pop Culture

    in Paranormal

    Friday, March 25th   10pm ET / 9pm CT / 7pm PT

    Did you realize the occult has permeated pop culture so deeply that it has influenced the American imagination? From Heavy Metal music, to breakfast cereal to serial killers, to movies, to television it’s all in there.  In his new book “Here's to My Sweet Satan: How the Occult Haunted Music, Movies and Pop Culture”,  Cultural critic George Case explores how the Occult craze permanently changed American society, creating the cultural framework for the political power of the religious right, false accusations of Satanic child abuse, and today’s widespread rejection of science and rationality. “Here’s to My Sweet Satan” lucidly explains how the most technological society on earth became enthralled by the supernatural.

  • 00:51

    Cori Emmett .. Country/Pop Rock Singer/Songwriter

    in Country Music

    Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Country/Pop Rock Singer/Songwriter Cori Emmett to the show! 


    Growing up in Lawton, OK – Cori has seen her fair share of hardship. At only eight years old her home was destroyed by a tornado, forcing her and her family to eat from a Salvation Army food truck. Throughout this experience her love for music has only deepened, and given her a strong desire to reach out to others who have also undergone struggles. Cori has a rare ability to connect with people from all walks of life, touching their hearts with her unique sound, powerful stage presence, and profound lyrics. Her compassion for others led her into giving back to her community through charitable concerts in which she raised funds for everything from preventing domestic violence to the Starlight Fund for children with cancer.
    Cori is no stranger to hard work; she has gone from playing in clubs all over Oklahoma and throughout Texas to meeting with top publishers on Music Row. Some of her highlight performances include opening for Diamond Rio at the Celebration of Freedom concert in Hobart, OK, and playing the opening day show for the Oklahoma NBA Thunder.

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  • 00:48

    Smooth Pop Music from Terry Holder

    in Music

    Terry Holder has the voice of an Angel. Terry says her songs are inspired by real life. Terry does not believe in placing limits on herself and until 1999 she was a full time stay at home mom. Her life changed when the of her 3 daughters moved away, a transition that coincided with the passing of her mother. Depression settled in,Seeking solace she reached for her guitar and began shifting her pain into writing music.

  • 01:00

    Where does new pop come from? We talk to a rock school and an opera singer.

    in Music

    Since we focus on emerging artists at Music Friday Live!, we thought we would take a look at a prime source of those artists nationally, right here in Los Angeles, the Paramount Academy of Music. Paramount teaches playing and recording all genres of  popular music – rock to jazz - with nationally known artists who record and play with headliners offer not only technique but music biz lessons and maybe a few connections.  Music Director Carl Restivo who wrote and recorded with Wyclef Jean, and founding CEO Marisa Gariano will join us.

    Sin Color is a South Los Angeles -based band that transforms traditional styles of music into pop soundscapes. Driven by the opera-trained voice of lead singer Crisia Regalado and the amazing guitar chops of David Aquino , the band mixes  bossa nova, cumbia, and disco with indie pop into danceable beats and memorable hooks. They have played the major clubs in LA, been on NPR and are poised to move on to the next level. 

  • 00:34

    Great Pop Music from 176. You'll Love These Guys

    in Music

    Our first Pop show since our rebirth. Pitch Perfect Sound.