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Tamara Bubble is a songwriter, actress, singer and model from Brooklyn, New York. She writes and performs dance, hip hop, mixing in some jazz and soul. Tamara is currently based out of Charlotte while promoting her debut album Unleashed in the Southeast region. We will talk about her career, her struggle to get to where she is today and where she is going to be in the future. Check out her website at http://TamaraBubble.com and you can also find her music video on Youtube at http://www.youtube.com/user/TamaraMusicVEVO and ITunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/tamara-bubble/id492364681 follow her on Twitter at http://twitter.com/TamaraBubble and become a friend on Facebook at http://facebook.com/TamaraBubble Stop by her blog and get the latest information http://tamarabubble.wordpress.com/ . You can also head over to http://tamarabubble.bandcamp.com/ and listen to her latest releases.
When you meet Americana singer/songwriter Dave Tucker, it doesn’t take long to see that he’s the salt of the earth. A carpenter by day, Dave is a hard-working man who tells it like it is and who believes whole-heartedly in the bartering system. On December 18, 2012, Dave will independently release his fourth studio album, In Kind, produced by recording artist and multi-platinum songwriter Wendy Waldman in Longhouse II, the studio he built for her. The album features D
Kyriece De Vine, also known as, “Yung Rere” is a 17-year-old R&B singer born in Mount Holly, New Jersey and raised in St. Joseph, Missouri. Rere accepted the call to music at an early age, singing in the church youth choir at the First Baptist Church of Elwood, Kansas and writing her own songs in the second grade. Growing up admiring artists such as Stevie Wonder at the age of 12, Rere decided that she wanted to begin playing the piano. Without having one piano lesson Rere was
Brenda Epperson is a singer, songwriter, actress, and host. Well-known for her role as Ashley Abbott Lassiter Newman Bladeson on the #1 Daytime drama, "The Young & The Restless" from 1988-1995, Brenda has also recorded several albums and toured Europe with music legend, Lionel Richie. She played Crystal Harris on the NBC soap, "Passions," and has appeared in movies and done guest-spots on primetime shows, including, "The Nanny." In addition to acting, Brenda has graced the covers of numerous magazines worldwide including Soap Opera Weekly, TV Guide, Women's Day and many others. She has been a guest on several talk shows including "Oprah Winfrey." Currently, Brenda has a brand-new EP out, entitled, "Take Time," available on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, and CD Baby. She also hosts on the web-shows ActorsE-Chat and AestheticTv.
MGN Radio welcomes Louise Lynn Goffin, producer of Carole King’s Grammy Nominated Album “A Holiday Carole” to our show. Louise is a songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, and a recording artist herself. More recently, Louise has found herself on stage performing live once again. She now enjoys a hands-on approach to her musical and visual self-expression, directing & editing videos on her laptop when she has time between developing new artists, recording her own singles, performing live, and raising her two boys.Keep up with Louise Goffin at www.LouiseGoffin.com. This triple threat is our special guest on Sat. at noon on MGN Radio. You don't want to miss this show! Listen online or call 917-388-4116!
Singer/songwriter Donna Greenberg is a musical force to be reckoned with. Her third CD, Song In The Wind, featuring pianist/producer Jordan Klapman and Canada’s finest musicians soared to new heights; Donna has proven herself as A DIVA FOR ALL!
Hot on the heels of her international critically acclaimed CD, Mav’rik, Donna, who is also a well-respected dancer and choreographer is taking her talents to the Toronto Fringe Festival 2013 stage in Burnt…and toasted! This is the first original theatrical production from this most talented triple threat.
Music, dance and words come together in this, her one-woman theatrical about love and love gone wrong. BURNT…and toasted! journeys through Donna’s life…a coming out of the ashes with fire and passion to rediscover self-worth. Donna brings to her performance a riveting story that resonates to the core!
Over a three-decade career that launched with one of the greatest pop-rock albums ever recorded, 13 albums and hundreds of songs later, Marshall Crenshaw is still rocking out with remarkably consistent melody, craftsmanship and passion.
His efforts have been rewarded with the devotion of a broad and remarkably loyal fan base.
“I wanted to think of a different way of working that would inspire me and keep me motivated,” Crenshaw says of his newest endeavor, a subscription-only service that addresses the recent seismic changes in the music-industry landscape by cutting out the record-company middle man to distribute his new recordings directly to fans.
The bespectacled Michigan-bred singer/songwriter/guitarist caught an early, and very telling, break playing John Lennon in a touring company of Broadway musical Beatlemania, He began his recording career with legendary indie single “Something’s Gonna Happen,” on Alan Betrock’s Shake label.
His wild popularity in NYC helped to win Crenshaw a deal with Warner Bros. Records, which released his still breathtaking self-titled 1982 debut album. With such classics as “Someday, Someway,” “Cynical Girl,” and "Mary Anne" that LP established Crenshaw as one of his era’s preeminent tunesmiths — a stature that was confirmed by subsequent albums Field Day, Downtown, Mary Jean & 9 Others, Good Evening, and on and on.
Crenshaw’s compositions have been successfully covered by a broad array of performers, including Bette Midler, Kelly Willis, Robert Gordon, Ronnie Spector, Marti Jones, and the Gin Blossoms, with whom Crenshaw co-wrote the Top 10 single “Til I Hear It From You.”
John Jones, Singer, Songwriter & Pianist talks about his newly released album, Everything I Have
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John's repertoire runs from Cole Porter to Coldplay. As a singer and classically trained pianist, John Jones has been entertaining crowds in the Midwest full-time since 2004. Whether augmented with arrangements of his 150+ self-produced backing tracks or simply playing and singing, his expressive vocals and dynamic piano work have led people to a few common opinions, expressed to John in conversations, emails, and social media posts; "John Jones is full of passion for what he does. It's hard to take your eyes off the energy of his performances. I've never seen so many people dancing in a piano bar."
In addition to his live performance work, John is an internationally-distributed songwriter. R&B/jazz vocalist Maysa Leak (of the British funk group Incognito) has recorded two of his songs for solo projects: "Honeybee" was featured on her 2010 album "A Woman in Love," and the ballad "Everything" appeared on her 2003 release "Out of the Blue." He's released three independent albums of original songs on iTunes and the internet: "Homegrown," "Shine Right Where You Are," and "Everything I Have."
For more information visit: http://www.johnjoneschicago.com/fr_home.cfm
There are artist who have something, there are artist who've just got it, and upon hearing his voice for the first time, it is obvious that singer/songwriter Siergio has it. With an irresistible blend of soul,funk,R&B,and pop, He invokes greats from the past while bringing something new to the game. A native of Chicago, at the tender age of 5, his family discovered his powerful,rich,full and mature voice. Music is his life. Currently pursuing it in ATL,GA, Siergio is ready to reinstate
We welcome Yonette Odessa to TiM Blog Talk Radio to talk about her debut album, 'Free'. For more info, www.yonetteodessa.com, there is a Contest to win some great prizes. About Yonette Odessa Yonette Odessa Hall-Williams (stage name - Y.O. or Yonette Odessa), is a Christian singer, songwriter and recording artist. Born in Guyana, South America, and migrated to the U.S.A. with her family at fourteen (14) years. Y.O.'s gift of singing was discover
Singer/Songwriter, John Enghauser's new album, "Reality," delves head-first into meaningfully relevant subject matter ranging from the male-female dynamic in the blues-y guitar-driven "Keep Your Jacket On"; the seductive rocker, "Black Dress"; and as Enghauser explains, "a message asking our predecessors if they would have made the same environmental mistakes in hindsight" in the mid-tempo jazz shuffle, "Tears Of Yesterday"; to the funky groove of "This Fate I See" - "about the silent March in Tehran after the stolen vote...a song of hope and optimism that things will change for the better", explains Enghauser. Enghauser wrote, arranged the album performing lead and background vocals, electric and acoustic guitars as well as keyboards and hand percussion.