• 00:32

    A Moment with Bill Imperial, Imperial Guitar & Soundworks

    in Entertainment

    Bill Imperial. Starting in 1976 with my first guitar shop, Rainbow Music, to now with Imperial Guitar & Soundworks (founded in 1992), They have been serving the musical community for over 31 1/3 years. Imperial Guitar & Soundworks focus on world wide sales of new, used, and vintage instruments began around 1979. They also provide online sales of world class music equipment. Shopping at Imperial Guitar & Soundworks makes shopping easy and fun.


    http://www.imperialguitar.com/

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    CM Radio - Dec 3, 2014 - M for Montreal, Guitar Workshop Plus

    in Music

    Mike Raine had the chance to take in the 2014 edition of M for Montreal at the end of November, which featured a great lineup of bands - from last week's featured interviewees BadBadNotGood to the likes of July Talk, The Dying Arts, and more.


    In this week's edition, we've got interviews with many of those artists - The OBGMs, Betty Bonifassi, and Lydia Ainsworth - speaking to each about their time at the festival and other current affairs.


    Also in this episode, we speak with Brian Murray, the organizer of Guitar Workshop Plus. GWP offers sessions in Toronto, Vancouver, and for the first time next year, San Diego, where students of any skill level come together in a cool and relaxed environment to study guitar, bass, keyboards, drums, and voice. Each year, attendees get to learn from and interact with some of the world's most heralded musicians, including previous guest artists Steve Vai, Joe Satriani, Rush's Alex Lifeson, and a whole lot more.

  • 01:01

    Walter Strauss. African beat,stunning guitar. Rayvon Owen. new inspiring pop

    in Music

    Rayvon Owen began his music career  singing in choirs, touring with gospel artists and performing in local musicals. He moved to Nashville to perfect his skills in writing while performing at popular clubs and showcases in Music City. Influenced by artists like Lionel Richie, John Legend, Katy Perry, and Stevie Wonder he has developed his own voice as a performer and reflective songwriter.  He released his first single, and will kick off  a West Coast Tour 12/19/14 in Los Angeles.


    Walter Strauss  is  a many layered musician who has developed  a  completely  unique guitar  style combining  ancient string instrument rhythms from West Africa and modern acoustic guitar picking and strumming – a very, very high level of skill..  He plays solo and with Mamajowali, a trio with Joe Craven and Mamadou Sidibe.  Strauss  has released two solo CDs, Planet Solitaire and Pulling Shadows,  and a new self-titled EP by  the Manajowali trio.  

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    FULL SPECTRUM RADIO WITH LEE TAYLER!!!

    in Music

    Join Dennis and I as we talk to a GREAT singer and songwriter along with MANY other talents also owning his own record label O Town Music Group!!!


     


    Blending elements of neo- soul, old-time blues and folk, Lee has the guts of Ray LaMontagne and the soul of Marvin Gaye.


    This guitar slinging aficionado has the street smarts of an urban swinger and the heart-bending soul of a gospel preacher, and is adept at blending a dark, bluesy Americana vibe with warm, acoustic soul where bits of old folk music and flamenco tunes swirl in and out of earshot.


    Lee was born in Nashville and grew up in Florida where he captivated fans with his solo performances utilizing a looper and effects on his acoustic guitar. His High energy performances gained him notability.


    Lee then formed a band in 2012 adding a horn and rhythm section to give his music more depth.


    Lee self released his album ‘A Fiction,’ in the Summer of 2013. Being driven by Lee through his confessional lyrics, grandiose production values and virtuosic musical interplay, it lead Lee to go on to sign a record deal later that year. Lee is currently in the studio working on his debut studio album among several other side projects.


    “Lee Tayler is producing material that is unlike any other singer songwriters – and consequently is beyond genre definition. Largely, it is one man and his faithful guitar – but with a voice like his, there really is no need for any other instrumentation. In truth it would only get in the way.”
    – Music Speaks


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  • 00:17

    Oh-gasmic Living Radio with Dr. Alissa Wild women, Rock stardom, and SexLove

    in Spirituality

    I'm so excited to talk to my darling new friend Deekah Wyatt. She's HOTNESS. That's all I'm going to say. Read the bio for more deets! Listen in tonight! Deekah Wyatt is the Detroit Rock City born lead vocalist/rhythm guitarist for hard rock soul band Roxolydian. Her voice having been compared to Tracy Chapman, Betty Davis & Janis Joplin, with funky guitar rhythms and unforgettable stage presence; Deekah always leaves her audience breathless, sweaty & satisfied.
    Mastermind behind the Semi Annual Cosmic Slop Music Festival; a celebration of rock music & culture in full color, she has worked with some of the Detroit area’s most talented artists including Nadir, BLACKMAIL and jessica Care moore’s Black Women Rock Orchestra.
    Deekah’s solo release Insidious Pleasures EP (2009) can be found at deekahwyatt.bandcamp.com. Roxolydian is currently in pre-production for their debut self-titled EP scheduled for release in May 2015. For more music & info about Deekah Wyatt, Roxolydian or the Cosmic Slop Music Festival visit www.artistecard.com/roxolydian or www.cosmicslopfest.com.
    Twitter & IG: @roxolydian @deekahwyattrox


     


    Roxolydian feat. Deekah Wyatt


    www.artistecard.com

  • 01:01

    Joe Marson, Ale': soulful ballads and powerful songs in two languages.

    in Music

    Joe Marson is a Brooklyn transplant who plays alternative folk-rock with a bluesy edge in soulful ballads. Marson has been chosen as one of 5 finalists in the Guitar Center singer-songwriter competition winning $10,000 and a trip to Hollywood, CA to play live at the Troubadour. He will also be performing  on the west coast to support his new EP, Electric Soul Magic which comes on the heels of his celebrated full album, The Satisfied Mind.


    Ale’, aka Alejandro Gonzalez Gomez, grew  up in Los Angeles playing in punk bands in East LA and listening to Latin music, electronica and Hip Hop. He has blended these styles in his new album, Irregular Heartbeat,  a coherent and emotional set of songs recorded, engineered and self-produced at LA’s Operating On Dreamtime studios and  Laundry Room Studios with producer/engineer Ulysees Noriega. He sings in English and Spanish, blending Latin and Rock formats smoothly into music he likes to describe as, "strong enough for a man, but made for a woman.

  • 01:01

    Obama to ban bullets

    in Politics Conservative

    Obama says he will ban bullets!!! 


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    "Imagine" by Sister "P" Guitar is available in I Tunes, just search for Sister "P" Guitar and visit her website http://www.sisterpguitar.com


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  • 00:44

    Erik Bailey Caveman Vintage Music Guitar expert

    in Music

    I had so much fun doing a show Eric Stollsteimer at Caveman Vintage Music that I had to do a show with Erik Bailey the resident Guitar Expert 


    We spent about an hour talking about old Guitars and what make them sound so good, how to fix /not fix electric guitars being a Guitar tech on tour, being a Guitar tech when things are good and when things go bad.


    Being a CTE Electronics  teacher in my other life I even found topics to share with students like signal flow, trouble-shooting, and pickups,  topics I can share with my students


    We talked about Guitars and their stories.


    It was a very interesting and informative show and I want to say THANK YOU to Erik for spending some time in the back room of Caveman Music in Chinatown, in Los Angeles California


    BY the WAY Erik is looking for a Mastin GT-70 Electric Guitar in Black with Bigsby 1960’s vintage


     


    For the first show please go to


    (145) Caveman Vintage Music Eric Stollsteimer


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/s3production/2014/09/17/caveman-vintage-music-eric-stollsteimer


     


     

  • 00:31

    Series Part 2- FINDING YOUR RIGHT TONE- POPULAR GEAR FOR DEVELOPING YOUR TONE ST

    in Music

    For quite some time, among a certain crowd at least, the current thang has been playing straight in: going from guitar straight to tube amp, with nothing more than a good cable in between. Everything else you add to the chain, apparently, just further emasculates you. Pedals? That’s cheating—especially when they’re of the overdrive variety and used to achieve your lead sound. The real man (or manly-toned woman) cranks up the amp and uses the guitar’s volume to achieve clean to crunch to all-out lead, and that’s that. Anything more is just, well, less; it’s a crutch, and you’re not a “real player” if you indulge it.


    The music your electric guitar makes has as much to do with the equipment you use as the way you play. Oftentimes, rock 'n' roll is musically simplistic but technologically complex. By combining multiple effects pedals, a rock guitarist can make even simple, conventional songs sound powerful and unique.

  • 00:28

    JodylynnTalevi

    in Music

    Jodylynn Talevi was born in Hartford, CT on November 8.  She started playing guitar at 17, with the help of my brother Mitch.  She studied voice and piano, also.  In the late 80’s, she moved to Los Angeles to attend the Guitar Institute of America. She was a rock guitar player, until an animator asked her to write a song for an animated feature Secrets of the Lost Bayou that led her to compose in different genres, including jazz, modern jazz, country, pop, adult contemporary, and blues. Her strongest skill is writing lyrics and creating vivid characters. She writes from scripts, concepts, and the heart or broken heart.  Jody moved back to Connecticut and collaborated with several musicians.  Her songs are featured in the movies - After the Headlines and Sorry Mom I Won’t Be Coming Home.  Listen to her songs at www.broadjam.com.  Jody’s goal is to have songs featured in movies and TV commercials and to be recorded by other artists. She had two songs featured on www.womenofsubstance.com.


    www.wijsf.org

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