Music

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Celebrity: Eugene Ebner

Celebrity: Eugene Ebner

I grew up in Tucson Arizona. My Mother loved music and was an opera singer, music teacher and music director of our church. I performed at church and in school, singing, playing the violin and performing on stage in many musicals and operas. Both my Father and Mother always provided well for me and gave me many opportunities for travel…
Amy Barbera: The Angelic Artist

Amy Barbera: The Angelic Artist

Amy Barbera is the inspirational singer/songwriter and Pop artist of USA who sings for children, adults and patients. She is more than just a blessed gift to the Inspirational genre of music, she is a godsend. Her songs are a colorful display of her deep passion that envelops the listener in a canvas of hope and love. My first meeting…
Interview with Savannah Outen

Interview with Savannah Outen

Savannah Outen is an American singer/songwriter who rose to fame after posting videos on Youtube. Savannah has more than 450,000 fans on the site and has gathered over 80 million views. She released her first original EP in October 2012 and has since then released 2 original music videos. 1796
Interview with Alaa Wardi

Interview with Alaa Wardi

Alaa Wardi is a Musician from Saudi Arabia who is best known for his covers on Youtube that were covered in many places including the Arabian region's leading news channel, AlJazeera. Alaa is also in a band called "Hayajan" that sings original music and plays shows around the Middle East.
“DEMI” track-by-track album review

“DEMI” track-by-track album review

"DEMI" is the fourth studio album by American recording artist Demi Lovato, the album is set to be released on the 14th of May in the US and various dates world-wide.
Album: Linkin Park – Living Things

Album: Linkin Park – Living Things

Linkin Park showed up to the rap-rock mixer late, but they were the first band with a DJ to sound so utterly alienated, hitching Chester Bennington's existential wail to the suburban swagger of Mike Shinoda's rhymes. Five LPs in, they've traded turntable scratches for dub-step flourishes, but still lean on Bennington's harrowing hooks, including the one on "Burn It Down,"…