Mickey Guyton’s debut single Better Than You Left Me has the country music world all abuzz. The ballad scored the biggest radio debut in country music history when it hit airwaves two weeks ago, earning first-week adds on 79 stations across America. While that record may have much to do with modern radio consolidation, it’s … Continue reading
Hello there! What’s your name and where do you live? Leigh “Dangerous Lee” Langston and I live in Burton, MI. It’s a small town outside of Flint. What do you create? Are you currently selling (and if so, where can we find it)? I am an author that has self published two books. One is … Continue reading
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Duh! and No shit! were the first thoughts that came to mind when I saw this article heading. This really isn’t shocking or surprising. The research revealed interesting numbers, I suppose, but it really just makes me more depressed. A study compiled by data gurus BFAMFAPhD reaffirms what many, many, many critics have postulated — … Continue reading
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Sean Walker AKA DJ Swift, AKA Swift the Barber and I go way back. When I was a regular on the internet radio airwaves he was my main go to guy for drops and mixes. Music is no longer his baby, but Swift is still putting in work with his very own sandwich shop and … Continue reading
April is National Poetry Month. Check out featured poems by myself and others in the National Poetry Month section. Enjoy and please leave comments and feedback!
Albums in their early days were stored out of sight in plain brown wrapping. Buyers needed to know what they were looking for and ask for the album by its title. All of this was changed by one man. In 1938 music creative packaging was revolutionized when Alex Steinweiss, a 23-year old man, was appointed … Continue reading
Making art for art’s sake is a nice theory, but unless they are independently wealthy, most artists would like to be paid for their work. Every so often there will be a story about an artist who was discovered out of the blue with apparently no effort, but this is a rare, if even … Continue reading
Every blogger wishes for a bigger audience; often the roadblock to achieving it is simply a matter of lack of know-how. When your passion lies in writing and not marketing, it’s necessary to think outside of the box when gauging how best to increase your readership. Enter guest blogging. Free of charge and potentially highly … Continue reading
Being creative and taking the road less traveled certainly comes with a bevy of struggles, especially for new emerging artists looking to make a name for themselves. The Internet has completely changed the way the world works, and allows more people than ever before a space to share and cultivate their craft, whatever that may … Continue reading
Most people know of Don Ed Hardy solely for his clothing designs. Many, because of this, despise the name Ed Hardy as numerous celebrities such as the cast of the Jersey Shore both enjoy and promote his clothing. It’s thought to be a bit presumptuous and audacious, being worn by “Guido’s”, UFC fanatics, and muscle … Continue reading
It may seem like an absurd thing to ask, or even contemplate! But when the job market was a bit more flourished than it is now; many artists including myself kept just the weekends reserved for dusting off the paintbrushes; and we took advantage of availability of steady employment to fulfil our basic survival-needs…and then … Continue reading