johnnyscash

Spring House Press to Release Peter Cooper’s Book, ‘Johnny’s Cash & Charley’s Pride

By JOHN DALY NASHVILLE – Peter Cooper has played bass for Loretta Lynn, talked songwriting with Taylor Swift and has been at the center of some of the biggest music collaborations. Now Cooper gives readers insight into his world in his new book  Johnny’s Cash & Charley’s Pride Lasting Legends and Untold Adventures in Country Music Johnny’s Cash & Charlie’s Pride: (Spring House Press; ISBN: 9781940611709; … Continue reading Spring House Press to Release Peter Cooper’s Book, ‘Johnny’s Cash & Charley’s Pride

greg-and-the-granules

Review: Greg and the Granules ‘Answer to Influence’

By DOTTIE PARIS It’s always refreshing when we find an artist who is true to himself. Too many today are creating music  that sounds the same as everyone else. We’re tired of the chirpy, quiet, helpless airhead songs and we’re so happy to discover unique talent. Greg and the Granules certainly appreciate and employ a range of genres.  The band, powered by Greg Maechling, mix … Continue reading Review: Greg and the Granules ‘Answer to Influence’

marty-mckay-westcoastrocker

Marty McKay Makes ‘Escape’ to New York City in New Release

By JOHN DALY There are eight million stories in the naked city and Marty McKay is revealing the ones he knows in the upcoming album New York City Dreams. His new music video and single “Escape” capture the gigantic nature of New York City, and it’s an impressive feat considering Marty’s from Switzerland. “It’s not where you’re from that matters, it’s where you at,” says … Continue reading Marty McKay Makes ‘Escape’ to New York City in New Release

echo-texture-pix-1

Echo Texture Releases ‘Inter-Sting,’ a Darkly Inspiring Alternative Work

By DOTTIE PARIS Echo Texture has released the LP Inter-Sting and it’s a beautiful, darkly inspiring alternative work. Echo Texture started as a band through which Brazilian-born singer-songwriter Jalal Andre could release his music. His music has a lot of soul and there are a lot of deep tones and powerful basslines imbedded in the work of this indie-alt musician. Andre was influenced by the … Continue reading Echo Texture Releases ‘Inter-Sting,’ a Darkly Inspiring Alternative Work

seneko-cover

Seneko Brings Back The Good Ol’ Days With New, Self-Titled Album

By JOHN DALY Seneko may be from Connecticut, but this is Americana-country-style music in the finest traditions. Seneko just released a self-titled debut EP that is worthy of a good, long listen. The lead song off the album is called “Blindsider,” an upbeat tune; Check out the video: Powered by the rich lead vocals of Stan Olshefski, Seneko encompasses an emotional range. Olshefski’s voice is … Continue reading Seneko Brings Back The Good Ol’ Days With New, Self-Titled Album

Michael Van West Coast Rocker

Michael Van and The Movers Take Listeners to New Places With ‘A Little More Country’

By JOHN DALY Michael Van and The Movers want people to appreciate the simple things in life.  The band has released a new album called A Little More Country that talks about the pleasures of every day life. Whether you’re a fan of alt-country music or not, this is one well-produced, beautifully mixed and mastered album for the collection.  The songs are catchy and capture … Continue reading Michael Van and The Movers Take Listeners to New Places With ‘A Little More Country’