SORT BY Relevancy
GAREK is a New York based singer-songwriter. Born and raised in Wisconsin, he made the transition to New York in 2010. Fusing Industrial Rock (a la Nine Inch Nails, Marilyn Manson and Garbage) with haunting melodies and explosive choruses, GAREK creates a distinct sonic landscape. This Electro-Industrial hybrid, coupled with his artfully degenerate style, make him a force to be watched.
GAREK’s first single “Save The Queen” has already gotten tastemakers around the globe buzzing. London’s EQ Music has hailed him as “a deity of Industrial-Electro mastery” while Australia’s DNA Magazine says, “He’s ready to rule the world!” MTV’s LOGO (NewNowNext) says, “for all [his] influences, there’s something distinctive about what Garek is doing.”
“Save The Queen” and “E.T.” set the stage for GAREK’s rise as a 90s kid with a contemporary torch. Stay tuned and visit his official website HERE; also purchase his debut EP, "Take the King, Vol. 1" here on iTunes
Carolina Hoyo's 1st year studying theater at Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute in NYC, she quickly launched her TV career on MTV Hits, appearing on the pop culture talk show for 3 years. Carolina has appeared in various tv shows, national commercials, music videos and many feature films. Her latest roles include a scheming teenage Mexican immigrant in the film Foreign Land as well as a fun loving Cuban roller skating street walker in Pulitzer Prize winner Nilo Cruz play Hortensia & the Museum of Dreams.
Carolina has also appeared as herself on TV reality show Gene Simmons Family Jewels and in Pharrell Williams’ video for Oscar Nominated song "Happy" from Despicable Me 2.
Carolina is also a singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. As an actor, Carolina is often typecast as the musician and/or homeless tough girl, often featuring her own music and weathered clothing from her life on the road. Carolina's former band, Morgan Ave, appeared in the films 13 Going on 30 with Jennifer Garner and Shooting Livien with Dominic Monaghan. Another former band, Two Birds was on their very first outing at the Santa Monica Promenade when they were successfully scouted for a Motorola music campaign.
There's so much more to learn about Carolina aka "A Girl I Know" so join Take 2 Radio Music on Wednesday, Nov. 26th at 3pm eastern time! We will also be talking about her Kickstarter campaign for her upcoming album "My Lost Tapes" which she is dedicating to her Dad and his fight with cancer. P.S. He's winning that fight!
Angel Sessions... She has been singing for over 17 years. With 9 albums under her belt, 2 R&B and 7 urban Gospel CD. Her music career has taken her on some very interesting journeys. Angel started out in her local town of San Leandro bay area performing at Kimball’s East, and the Black Expo’s both in Berkeley CA. and Los Angeles CA. She also went to Guam to perform for many of her fans there. She did many show cases opening up for H Town, Howard Hewitt and performed at the same show with Eric Benet. Angel also performed at the Grammy’s pre party on the same stage with Tina Marie, James Brown, Ali Woodson, Montel Jordan, and many more. As a young singer when Angel was signed with Fantasy Records, she had the privilege of meeting and singing with some very talented legendary old-school artists. At that time she was Fancy Record’s newest artist who was exposed to seasoned...
RG Ingersoll - A Song in Search of it's Singer - Show 8
On this Thanksgiving Day, SDC Radio Networks presents in our last radio show of this series. Ingersoll speaks about how to get your music played on various radio stations. Licking stamps and mailing your CD, is not going to get your record played these days. There is a simple plan to get your songs in the hands of the DJ's that play your type of music.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Country Singer/Songwriter Sean Patrick McGraw to the Show.
Sean's track “I’m That Guy” was be on ABC’s Nashville, Wednesday, October 1st 10/9c. Check out the link for a sneak peak…
FREE DOWNLOAD of Christmas Thing
RG Ingersoll - A Song in Search of it's Singer - Show 7
Ingersoll discusses how the new recording artists of today are going back to the old ways of analog recording and producing their music on vinyl. They call the CD an anique, just like our grandparents old 78 RPMs. However, old recording artist as well as the new ones are using old techniques to record new songs with the sounds of the 1930's equipment. It's a radical way to make recordings and they are getting major airplay on all media types.
2014 4th Sunday Night Readings with Diane & Quy in English and Vietnamese.
Readings in John. Please listen and follow along. Enjoy the music, prayer, and time together.
Toll Free Call In: 1.877.497.9937
To Contact Diane and Quy, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
2014 4 d?c Sunday Night v?i Diane & Quy b?ng ti?ng Anh và ti?ng Vi?t.
Ð?c trong Giang. L?ng nghe và làm theo cho phép d?c, c?u nguy?n và chia s?.
G?i di?n tho?i mi?n phí Trong: 1.877.497.9937
Liên h? v?i Diane và Quy qua email: email@example.com
Join Rated G Radio tonight and hear talented singer/songwriter Diana Barash! Her new album, A Miracle Of Love, will be featured and you'll hear her album LIVE tonight 10pE/7pW!
Call 323 657-1493 if you'd like to ask Diana a question!
Like Diana's Facebook Fanpage by clicking here!
Check out Diana's website by clicking here!
Purchase Diana's album on iTunes right now by clicking here!
RG Ingersoll - A Song in Search of it's Singer - Show 6
Lead singer, Dianne Anderson is missing, and she has several smash hit records on the shelf. RG Ingersoll continues the history lesson, as Motown Records was in the process of changing from a record base company to a motion picture production company, the powers that be were fighting among themselves for control at the top. Gwendolyn Gordy was no exception, as she was the vice president and wrote ALL the checks. The question was why she would finance and produce recordings for Hotrax, Platinum Sound and D-Town Records? Barney Ales, the "new boy" at the top of Motown Records, systematically began to strip Ms. Gordy of her powers and push the family members out of the controlling seats.
Hi listeners and welcome to another edition of Weekdays with Murph. Today, we're pleased to welcome the super sweet, super talented singer/songwriter Krista Earle to the show. We'll chat with Krista about her career and anything she's working on that she can talk about. As usual, I've got my co-host/sidekick Emily with me, so let's get this thing started!
Eighteen year old Tiff has skyrocketed musically since the spring of 2012 when she won her “UNDER 17” category in a local singing competition. She has captured the attention of many including NBC’s executive talent producer from “The Voice”; songwriter Jack Knight of Bad Boy Records who wrote and recorded with Tiff in November 2012 and Universal Music Group's Antea & Anesha Birchett (Aplus) songwriters and vocal producers for Beyonce', Justin Bieber, Mary J Blige, Ciara, Jennifer Lopez and many others. These are just to name a few who immediately saw the enormous potential in Tiff’s singing career.
In November 2012 Worldstarhiphop.com featured her as the “Youth Singing Talent of the Week” for her studio recording of “Summertime” by Billie Holiday, receiving over 100,000 views.
Tiffany Rachel Andreadis was born on June 27th, 1996 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. The youngest of three sisters, her father and mother are church ministers. She grew up being a big fan of Whitney Houston, JoJo, and Destiny’s Child.
Join Host Live Chats
- High Frequency Radio Network (30 chatters)
- Curious Times (22 chatters)
- T J Sotomayor (8 chatters)
- The Lotus Place (7 chatters)
- Eric Morse (4 chatters)
- God In The Midst (4 chatters)
- G Konsciousness Radio (2 chatters)
- Brain Injury Radio (2 chatters)
- Michigan United Broadcast (2 chatters)
- world street hip hop (1 chatters)
- 2Raw4TV (1 chatters)