Music and Audio News
Home Music and Audio News
Music Publishing News, Audo Publishing, Digital Music, and New Music Disc Album News
Music and Arts: The Dillinger Escape Plan’s Ben Weinman Has a New Course on How to Make a Living in Art...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Online music learning platform Soundfly has released a brand new course with Ben Weinman, guitarist, songwriter, and founding member of The Dillinger Escape Plan, on the business of making art without compromising one's values or integrity. The Business of Uncompromising Art is a course like no other, and musicians of all types can find it today in Soundly's digital library of creative music courses.
Music and Arts: The Power of Sound to Heal: #1 hit book spreads awareness about how voice and sound therapy can...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Sound Therapy expert Dr. Shelley Snow is launching her new book, "The Power of Sound to Heal" (IBSN 978-0228876915; June, 2022); the book hit #1 for 3 days in a row on Amazon's KDP charts. It introduces new audiences to the emerging fields of Sound Therapy and Sound Healing. "The Power of Sound to Heal" contains easy-to-learn tools that use sound to promote mental and physical health.
Music and Arts: Houston Music Educator-Pianist Melvin Johnson Journeys to New Heights Through Family Wisdom in Debut ‘Little Red Wagon’
Music and Performers NEWS: -- On February 17, 2023, Houston, Texas pianist/composer Melvin Johnson will offer a gift to the world with his debut album, "Little Red Wagon," overflowing with musical narratives on family love and the life lessons they provide. Johnson, who once thought of himself as only a live performer, found a unique hunger for recording and production during COVID lockdown.
Music and Arts: Covenant Winery Kicks off 20th Anniversary with Jazz Concert at City Winery in New York City
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Covenant Winery, which highlights appellation driven wines from California and Israel, kicks off its 20th anniversary celebration on Sunday, February 5 at City Winery from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. in New York City with a jazz concert led by winery founder and proprietor, Jeff Morgan, and friends.
Music and Arts: Arlington Philharmonic to premiere 242 year-old work in upcoming concert
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Arlington Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the United States premiere a composition written in 1781 by Marianna Martines, a student of Franz Joseph Haydn. Martines work is the overture to her oratorio "Isacco." This edition by the Philharmonic Orchestra's Music Director Orlando Cela aims to preserve as much as possible the intentions of the composer, and show the mastery of Martines.
Music and Arts: The Pocket Queen Launches a Uniquely Modern Drumming, Production, and Branding Course on Soundfly
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Soundfly's newest online course, "The Pocket Queen: Moving at Your Own Tempo," is out today as part of the platform's digital subscription library. This course, led by drummer, producer, and viral content creator, Taylor Gordon, aka The Pocket Queen, teaches modern rhythm and drumming concepts and music production, as well as strategies for finding one's authentic creative self.
Music and Arts: Lowell Chamber Orchestra’s December performance contemplates immigration, history
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Nearly forty percent of Americans can trace at least one ancestor to Ellis Island, and the Lowell Chamber Orchestra will present a work based on three actual stories of the famous islands that encompass the immigrant experience. "Island of Peoples" is free and open to the public, and will take place on: Saturday, December 17, 2022.
Music and Arts: Golden State Pops Orchestra presents the 2022 Holiday Pops Spectacular!
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Golden State Pops Orchestra rings in the holiday season with joyous music and high spirits on Saturday, December 17, 2022 at 8 p.m. in the Warner Grand Theatre in San Pedro, California. Celebrate the holiday season with Maestro Steven Allen Fox, Resident Choir Maestra Marya Basaraba, and the Golden State Pops Orchestra and Chorale, with the "Holiday Pops Spectacular."
Music and Arts: Nashville Band Releases Disturbing Music Video About the ‘Dangers of Christian Nationalism’
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Nashville-based Future Girl Records today announced the release of "Traitor," a music video by the rock band We_Anomaly. The song, written by Gabriel Gabor, sounds the alarm about the dangers of the current Christian Nationalist movement in America.
Music and Arts: Detroit Singer-Songwriter JOAN BELGRAVE’s ‘Oooo Boy’ EP Features Range of Romantic Moods and Timeless Grooves
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Dynamic singer and songwriter Joan Belgrave latest EP release, "Oooo Boy," gives expression to three distinct declarations of love. With her lush voice drawing liberally from gospel, soul, and pop traditions, Joan gives her all on these tunes, which are produced by Sanchez Harley (Shirley Caesar, Mighty Clouds of Joy, RiZen and others).
Music and Arts: High Mountain Breezes (HMB Players) asks ‘Why Do We Love Music?’
Music and Performers NEWS: -- High Mountain Breezes today announced the release of their first video "Why Do We Love Music?" The video is being released following the successful launch of their first album back in early 2022, "Daddy's Margarita Rose." The Record is now available on Amazon Music, Apple Music, Spotify, You-Tube and many other major streaming services.
Music and Arts: The Lowell Chamber Orchestra releases ‘Miniature Symphonies,’ a pandemic-defeating album
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Lowell Chamber Orchestra announces the release of its second album, "Miniature Symphonies," a project started at the height of the pandemic, and designed to keep selected composers and musicians active at a time of insecurity in the performing arts.
Music and Arts: California Soul Food Cookout and Festival to Benefit Regional Charities
Music and Performers NEWS: -- This two-day California Soul Food Cookout and Festival is not only filled with food, fun and music, but purpose too. For 12 years running, this premier food and music event has grown to be a regional favorite. This year's festival will be held at the Alameda Fairgrounds on September 17 and 18, 2022 and will donate a portion of revenue to different charities in the Bay area who work to help the homeless and domestic violence victims.
Music and Arts: The Lowell Chamber Orchestra announces its fourth season
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Lowell Chamber Orchestra announces its fourth season, with five free concerts that look to entertain, educate, and enlighten Lowell audiences. All of the concerts are completely free, consistent with the LCO's mission to provide extraordinarily high level classical music performances and take down socio-economic barriers to access these concerts.
Music and Arts: The Old Saloon of Emigrant, MT hosts Ryan Bingham for Benefit Concert
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Old Saloon and Ryan Bingham, acclaimed country music singer songwriter and Walker on the hit show "Yellowstone," partnered to support the Park and Madison counties from recent catastrophic flood damage. So far, the Southwest Montana Flood Relief Fund has raised over 1 million dollars from over 1,000 donors.
Music and Arts: Covenant Winery Summer Music Series Announces July Calendar Berkeley, CA Drinks District is Hopping
Music and Performers NEWS: -- The Covenant Winery Summer Music Series, which kicked off on Memorial Day weekend in Berkeley at their Sixth Street winery, continues through July with four concerts, July 3, 10, 17 and 24, 2022. Showcased at the winery's new outdoor tasting lounge, fans of wine and music can enjoy the vibe of the Berkeley Drinks District, while sipping a nice array of California and Israeli wines.
Music and Arts: Church of Scientology Helps Nonprofit Strike Out Against Drugs
Music and Performers NEWS: -- In the heart of Hollywood, the Church of Scientology Los Angeles joined forces with local nonprofit Strike Out Against Drugs in a musical tribute to drug-free living. Visitors to the Hollywood Walk of Fame on International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking were treated to a different kind of rock concert this year.
Music and Arts: Ryan Lott of Son Lux Unveils His Secrets for Making Evocative Music with Unplaceable Sounds
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Online music school Soundfly has joined forces with Son Lux founder and bandleader, Ryan Lott, to release a new, in-depth course exploring Lott's unique approach to making emotionally compelling music by starting with custom-built digital instruments. "Ryan Lott: Designing Sample-Based Instruments" is available today as part of Soundly's subscription library of creative music courses.
Music and Arts: Atlanta Native Singer Tony Hightower Kicks Off the New Jazz Concert Season at Friday Jazz at The High...
Music and Performers NEWS: -- At a time when Jazz music could truly use a boost in listenership, singer Tony Hightower is on a mission to be the bridge to help a younger generation of appreciators crossover. With his sophomore album LEGACY entering the marketplace in June 2022, all-around singer/entertainer Hightower - a protégé of the late Freddy Cole - is leveraging his R&B and Hip-Hop roots to entice more young people to dig jazz.
Music and Arts: T8iana – THE SIGN You Have Been Looking For
Music and Performers NEWS: -- Australian Pop Singer Songwriter, T8iana, who was recently featured in Rolling Stone Magazine's Global Artist Spotlight, has often talked about her dark past which involved assault and bullying by strong male figures, as she was growing up as a trans kid. She has released her latest single 'The Sign' on 13th May.