Thursday, September 21, 2017
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update One Republic On Tour With U2" on Spreaker. OneRepublic's 2017 has reached beyond brilliant. Getting the opportunity to open for U2 put them in a place of study. Opened was a new avenue on how to keep all that is different with each member of a band and still be in harmony with the process of growing forward. Their latest release on rBeatz Radio is Rich Love.
Posted by Arroe at 4:06 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Robbie Rivera On Becoming" on Spreaker. A casual visit with a friend can instantly change the path you walk. For music producer and master mixer Robbie Rivera it was that visit that ignited his imagination to the point of purchasing the keyboards, reel to reels and turntables. Then he realized he wanted more. He furthered his education at a school for engineers. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Are You Ready.
Posted by Arroe at 3:28 AM
Wednesday, September 20, 2017
Listen to "Torch from Purgatory Celebrating 15 Years" on Spreaker. Single Cell Productions is a professional live entertainment company and performance art troupe based out of Charlotte, North Carolina. They are best-known as the creators of Purgatory: The Show, the longest-running underground entertainment event in the Carolinas. Purgatory features live performances, world class DJs, visual art displays, professional dancers, photographers, vendors, and more. In addition to their bi-monthly flagship event in Charlotte, they also tour countless venues and conventions throughout North America with their award-winning Purgatory Road Show, bringing their unique form of nightlife entertainment everywhere they go. Often imitated, never duplicated, Single Cell prides itself on being original and innovative, so other promoters don't have to be.
Posted by Arroe at 12:43 PM
Listen to "Dj Joe Pompeo From New York" on Spreaker. An integral part of the current wave of talent emerging from New York City, Joe Pompeo has been making an impact both stateside and overseas via his DJ sets and productions. Well known for blending house and tech house elements, Joe has created a unique production style, earning him fast support from top international DJ’s. He has 2 releases under his belt on Green Velvet / Cajmere’s world renowned Cajual Records, with his most recent project getting airplay on Radio 1 by Annie Mac. He’s maintained a consistent release schedule of quality music on top labels dating back to 2007 including notable releases on Salted, Nervous, Beatdown, Safe Music, SOUP, and more. Joe’s DJ residency with the long running NYC based event brand & record label SOUP has landed him in the booth at some of NYC’s most respected venues including Output/Panther Room, Cielo, Sullivan Room, & TBA Brooklyn, where he’s forged a reputation as one of NYC’s top floor rockers. With many taste makers recognizing Joe as one of House & Techno’s rising stars, and some amazing music on cue for release, dance floors are ready for a big year from Joe Pompeo in 2017 & beyond.
Posted by Arroe at 12:07 PM
Listen to "Kent Hartman Goodnight LA" on Spreaker. Before disco, punk, hair metal, rap, and eventually grunge took it all away, the music scene in Los Angeles was dominated by rock 'n' roll. If a group wanted to hit it big, L.A. was the place to be. But in addition to the bands themselves finding their footing, their albums also needed some guidance. That came from a group of dedicated producers and engineers working in a cadre of often dilapidated-looking buildings that contained some of the greatest recording studios the music industry has ever known. Within the windowless walls of these well-hidden studios, legends-to-be such as Foreigner, Fleetwood Mac, Pat Benatar, Boston, the Eagles, the Grateful Dead, Chicago, Linda Ronstadt, Santana, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Loggins and Messina, REO Speedwagon, and dozens more secretly created their album masterpieces: Double Vision. Rumours. Hotel California. Terrapin Station. Damn the Torpedoes. Hi Infidelity. However, the truth of what went on during these recording sessions has always remained elusive. But not anymore. Longtime music-business insider Kent Hartman has filled Goodnight, L.A. with troves of never-before-told stories about the most prolific and important period and place in rock 'n' roll history. With music producer Keith Olsen and guitarist Waddy Wachtel as guides to the journey and informed by new, in-depth interviews with classic rock artists, famed record producers, and scores of others, Goodnight, L.A. reveals what went into the making of some of the best music of the past forty years. Readers will hear how some of their favorite albums and bands came to be, and ultimately how fame, fortune, excess, and a shift in listener demand brought it all tumbling down.
Posted by Arroe at 11:21 AM
Listen to "Harry Connick Jr From Harry Season 2" on Spreaker. Harry Connick Jr has exemplified excellence in every aspect of the entertainment world. He has received recognition with multiple Grammy and Emmy Awards as well as Tony Nominations for his live and recorded musical performances, his achievements on screens large and small, and his appearances on Broadway as both an actor and a composer. Harry began performing the music of his native New Orleans as a pianist and vocalist at the age of five. He moved to New York at age 18, signed with Columbia Records and three years later achieved multi-platinum success with his contributions to the "When Harry Met Sally." movie soundtrack. Over the past three decades, he has established himself as a musician, singer and composer par excellence, a legendary live performer and a best-selling artist with millions of records sold around the world. In the 1990s he became an on-screen presence with roles in films such as "Little Man Tate," "Copycat," and "Independence Day" and as a romantic lead opposite Sandra Bullock in "Hope Floats." His voice-over talents were featured in "The Iron Giant" and "My Dog Skip" and he continues to appear in films, most recently in "Dolphin Tale" and its sequel. Harry began making his mark in the world of television at the turn of the new millennium. He was a lead actor in ABC's "South Pacific" and then scored a recurring role in the groundbreaking sitcom "Will & Grace." In 2013, he joined the judging panel of "American Idol" alongside Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban. Harry also brought his music to the small screen with his "Harry for the Holidays" Christmas special on NBC and his Emmy- winning, PBS specials "Only You in Concert" and "Live in Concert on Broadway." In addition, "The Happy Elf," based on a Harry original Christmas song was animated for an NBC Television Special. The Connick realm also expanded to include Broadway. He received Tony nominations both for his debut work on Broadway as composer and lyricist for the musical "Thou Shalt Not" and for his debut as the lead actor in the Tony-winning revival of "The Pajama Game." He has also adapted "The Happy Elf" for children's theater.
Posted by Arroe at 10:26 AM
Listen to "rBeatz Music Update Killy On The Right Sound" on Spreaker. Modern technology has opened the door for many writers and producers to perform their lyrics in the comforts of their home grown studios. Killy warns players to always mess with the right equipment. What you think is a great sound isn't always accepted beyond your four walls. His latest release on rBeatz Radio is Killamonjaro.
Posted by Arroe at 4:24 AM