“Before I became a songwriter, I spent many years writing fiction and poetry. It all began in eighth grade when I tried to write a fantasy novel. After 60 pages, I lost momentum and moved on to other projects, but I never stopped writing. When I was 16, inspired by Simon & Garfunkel classics, I decided to try songwriting, and I’ve been on this journey ever since.“
Check out the full interview here with Rob Jamner on Music 4 Breakfast
“The summit itself, which is currently wrapping up (September 13-30), was a free digital conference which brought 40+ professionals right to the homes of those attending. Each masterclass focused on both advice and actionable items, designed to help those like myself, who are maybe struggling with their next steps.”
Shuffle Beat Music recently featured Steve Palfreyman of the Music Launch Summit on their blog. The interview discusses the summit itself as well as Palfreyman’s thoughts on the industry. Click here to check it out!
“I hope people walk away feeling a bit better about everything. Life can be hard, and it’s not all perfect or always fair, or always beautiful. But I think it’s great to be alive, and you have to appreciate that and remember how lucky you are, even against the bad stuff.”
Shameless Promotions & Media recently interviewed Bryan Howell on his new album, Take the Risk, the newly released music video for “Your Saturday Night,” and a whole lot more. Click here to check it out.
Need some tunes to kick off your 4th of July in style? Discover new music with our June Monthly Music Mashup, they will surely light up your holiday weekend.
This month’s playlist features:
A Story Told
The Weekend Classic
We Were Kids
Folk artist Juliet K did a really fun and unique piece for Music4Breakfast, where she and her band went on a journey to find the best Bacon, Egg, and Cheese sandwich in her Brooklyn neighborhood.
Head HERE to check out the full article and follow them on their journey and see which sandwich ultimately emerged as the victor!
“[Tristan] Wilson’s melodic voice offers a comforting tone with deeply personal lyrics…Drawing influences from such bands as Brand New and The Story So Far, the band comes off as a strong candidate for a future Warped Tour act.”
Check out Stitched Sound‘s new review of Almost Famous Friends upcoming album I’m Not Who I Want To Be, coming May 20th, HERE!