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  • 00:43

    Judah & The Lion - Indie Folk Music

    in Religion

    In our of our new FM show (heard on 99.1FM The Wow) we will be featuring music from the Underground! I hope you enjoy this episode featuring Judah & The Lion! Please check out our website @Remnantxradio.com and send me a friend request on facebook!

  • 02:39

    GROWN FOLK MUSIC

    in Radio

    THIS SHOW IS ABOUT THE HOTESSLOW JAMS AND EROTIC POETRY

  • 02:55

    GROWN FOLK MUSIC

    in Radio

    CHECK OUT THE HOTTEST SLOW JAMS FROM OLD SCHOOL TO NEW SCHOOL

  • 00:28

    Native Broadcast Network Presents-March to May Indie Folk Music from Seattle, WA

    in Music

    Who is March to May? 


     Darren Guyaz (guitar, vocals, keyboard) roamed the northern Appalachians through his childhood, plinking & plunking the classical keys until he ventured West to his birth-state of Montana, settling in Missoula to finish a degree in Geography. One evening on an old, historic homestead in the hills north of town, he picked up a friend’s guitar and began strumming, teaching himself how to play a few chords, finger-picking his way through the frets, and forever changing his musical expression.


    Beth Wesche (Celtic harp, vocals) Beth spent her formative years wandering through the Andes and across a smattering of U.S. states.  The daughter of a U.S. Foreign Service Officer, she stayed in each place just long enough to fall in love with it before moving on to the next adventure.  Music wove its way through her life from an early age - she sang in choirs from elementary school to college, beginning classical voice training and starting to sing a cappella as she grew older.  While living in Ashland, Oregon, she picked up the Celtic folk harp and found herself captivated by the sound.  However, a few short years after beginning to play, she moved to the East Coast, leaving her harp silent in her family’s living room for five years and largely convincing herself that music would have to take a back seat in her life.


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  • 01:01

    Corinne West- transformative new album. YUCA - new music, new distribution model

    in Music

    YUCA is a Canadian alt rock band made up of  Matt Borck on lead vocals and guitar, Andy Boldt on  bass and backing vocals, and Dave Atkinson on drums.  YUCA’s sound has been described as “epic and unparalleled” and compared to Muse, Radiohead, Coldplay, and U2.  Their live performances routinely fill stadiums engage their audiences to experience raw emotion and power.  They have launched a new music distribution model and Borck will be on hand to tell us all about it.  


    Corinne West, a Bay Area-based fourth generation Californian, has been described as “the Siren of the Sierras” with a voice that “invokes angels, if angels had a dangerous side.” Corinne’s powerful and eloquent voice, and transformative songwriting has earned her a place at the apex of  the global acoustic roots scene. She has recently released her fifth album, Starlight Highway, already praised by critics as her best ever – which is saying a lot.  Corinne will take time from the album release tour to talk with us and play some of the new tunes.


     

  • 01:00

    Mary Scholz launches summer tour. Jessica Domingo releases first album

    in Music

    Born in Havertown, PA and currently based in Los Angeles, singer/Songwriter Mary Scholz  has been singing since the age of four and writing since the age of fourteen, producing a blend of lyric folk & pop/rock with a bittersweet twist.  After three EPs and a full  album, The Girl You Thought You Knew whose single “Bridges We Burn”  was nominated for a 2014 Hollywood Music and Media Award, she toured in  2014 in the US and Europe and is now launching her 2015 Summer tour, starting in her home state and ending up in Southern California.  But, first, she taks to us at Music FridayLive!.


    Seventeen-year-old Seattle high school senior, pop singer and YouTube sensation Jessica Domingo is probably the busiest woman in music anywhere.  She has released two CD’s, garnered more than 2 million views for her video cover of “Thinking About You” and  was a semi-finalist for the worldwide UnsignedOnly Music Competition.  And she manages her own YouTube and Vevo Channels. Her 2014 West Coast tour was sold out at every gig and she  continues to perform in Seattle and on the festival circuit. This January she released her latest EP, Masterpiece,  produced with multi-platinum Grammy award-winning producer Mikal Blue at Revolver Recordings in Los Angeles.  The album releases tomorrow! and she will be here to tell us how she did - and does - all that great music this Friday.


    As a special treat, MITRE will join us for a few minutes at the beginning of the show.

  • 00:36
  • 01:01

    Chris Riffle:love and lonely songs. Amy Loftus: smiling country ballads

    in Music

    Chris Riffle is a young bi-coastal folk singer whose  heartfelt music landed him on local radio while in college and gained support and landed gigs for such indie mainstays as Death Cab for Cutie. His new full length album, Out of town, produced by Jimi Zhivago  has just been released.  He will join us this Friday with songs from Out  of Town.


    Amy Loftus is a  country-folk with training in Nashville and now in Los Angeles. With an angelic voice that still has the Nashville twang, she delivers sweet ballads and tender love songs in a unique style that transcends the Nashville formula.   Her new album, That Whole Entire Time is now out and she is on tour.  She joins us Friday with tunes from the new album.

  • 01:01

    ღ Activating Inspiration and Embodying the Muse ღ

    in Dreams

    Muse Broadcasat is excited to share with Pepper Proud in honor of the Capricorn Full Moon.  Pepper Proud was raised in the small Appalachian valley town of Lewisburg, West Virginia where the magik begins.


        Pepper moved to Santiago, Chile during high school. (Where it seems Pepper began understanding muse-ing from music). Peppers passion for how music can influence perspective, led her to Radford University studying Music Therapy & Performance Arts. 


     In 07 Pepper ventured to Seattle serendipitously finding "Round" sessions; at the Fremont Abbey bringing together artists in the Folk/Indie scene.


        That same year began playing with local Seattle band Citta Flow; where Pepper met Masaru Higasa and Jeff Kimes- after a few performances together they teamed up with visual artist - Kaizen and performance artist/arealist Kirra Lien and formed - The Yaima Msic Project. 


      Yaima released it's first album "Pellucidity" in Oct 2014 through Jumpsuit Records- an record label and artist collective committed to social change through educational workshops and gatherings that foster building and nurturing regenerative and sustainable communities. Alongside the release of Yaima's "Pellucidity"(2014), Proud released her second solo album "The Water Chapter"(2014). A folk music album devoted to the essential elemental companion- Water. 


    Peppers Message is simple- it's time to share the love. love. love

    Muses here are truly grateful for the opportunity to hear upon tips and techniques we can apply to life, so that we are able to keep our frequency of inspiration active and charged.  Inspiration is actively a part of what it is to be a muse.  Through staying inspired we are able to be a muse for ourselves as well as others.  Fully Embodying  Musedom. 

  • 01:46

    MUSIC TALKS

    in Radio

    HOME TO UNSIGN ARTIST...

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