Last Minute Gift Guides For Him
It’s getting down to the wire! Do you know what you’re getting that special guy in your life? Whether he’s music obsessed or just a music lover, these gifts are the perfect picks for him. Here is a last minute gift guide for him including different ways to bring music into his life, other than […]
Last Minute Gift Guides For Her
Let’s face it, most of us are scrambling the last few weeks before Christmas to get all of our gift shopping done and it’s hectic. This is where we come in. Here is a last minute gift guide for the girl who loves music in your close circle of family and friends. You can’t wrong […]
Channeling Janis Joplin
When I think about female singers throughout history, none evoke a multi sensory reaction quite like Janis Joplin. That’s likely because no one ever was or ever will be quite like Janis. She was an enigma on so many levels. I picture her as this walking conundrum, full of contradictions and extremes. There was no […]
The Ultimate Halloween Playlist
Seeing as though we live and breathe music, it’s only right that we put together a list of our favorite spooky songs to make the Ultimate Halloween Playlist. Here are our top 10 Halloween songs that we’ll be rocking out to all weekend. Happy Halloween music lovers! 10. Bat Out of Hell by […]
Do you remember the 21st night of September?
Today is the 21st Day of September, which falls under the Virgo sign of the zodiac, and also marks one of the most famous calendar days associated with a song. Do you remember the 21st night of September? Love was changing the minds of pretenders While chasing the clouds away Being a Virgo myself (an […]
Remembering Freddie Mercury
Freddie Mercury was like a shooting star. Today, we celebrate his birthday and his talent, so bright and fleeting, rare and beautiful. One of his grandest achievements was “Bohemian Rhapsody. “ There has never been and never will be a song like it: part wistful ballad, part fiery rock anthem and opera parody. Some of […]
L.A. vs N.Y.C.
The verdict is still out. LA or NY? Who takes the cake? Everyone from Frank Sinatra to Jay Z, The Red Hot Chili Peppers and Jim Morrison sang about the rival cities. My unaudited count brings the total to 3043 songs about the Big Apple and 1836 for LA LA Land. It’s a complicated relationship […]
Meeting Michael Lang
I had the great privilege of having lunch with Michael Lang last week. The creator and visionary behind Woodstock in the summer of 1969 made history by bringing together almost half a million people for 3 days of peace & music. To put that in perspective, Madison Square Garden seats about 22,000. This was before […]