I knew this was the right path for me when I was probably about 8 years old. Music gives me a sense of freedom. I’m not very good with words and find it sort of hard to express myself verbally but whenever I pick up a guitar I can convey whatever I need to say at that particular moment.
First and foremost my inspiration comes from my Christian belief in Jesus Christ. I believe God is my source for everything I am today. I am also inspired by the amazing musicians I have had the wonderful opportunity to work with.
Behind The Music with Joey Stuckey and Jacqueline Jax on Santa That Plays Guitar. This episode explores having a positive mindset in order to overcome any obstacle. You’ll be inspired by this chat and perhaps start looking at your future a little differently.
Narrated by critics as “an extraordinary instrumental guitarist who can make his instrument sing with unparalleled purity”, Shehzad Bhanji has taken the melodic instrumentals to new levels of production.
CEEM is a Seattle-based singer-songwriter and producer who steadily erases boundaries to encourage inclusion through his immersive electro-pop musicality.
Cabela and Schmitt (Rich Cabela, Wayne Schmitt, Tom Schmitt) They were just a 70’s high school garage band in small-town Nebraska, but from the very beginning creating and performing original material was important. Tom lives in Fountain, Colorado. He works a regular job making semiconductors and plays music on his weekends. His influences are Brian …
We spend most of our time contemplating the state of things in our lives, as human beings and trying to find ways to positively contribute and inspire through our music; be a light in the darkness.
The biggest obstacle I would say is the financial aspect of maintaining and investing in my career. I overcame it by becoming resourceful in creating funds to push forward.
This is a pandemic of human frustration against the incredible injustices we do to each other. Greed and graft, everyone out for themselves. It’s a classic protest song.
When I’m playing a live set and hear the audience singing. I look out and see that everyone is participating and connecting to the song.
The biggest obstacle was the discouraging words from some members of my family. I’ve had siblings who insisted that I could do better than a musician.
Every musician knows how it feels to find that one sound that just makes you feel understood, Sameh Marey of NOVA found that in the music world of LA. After relocating from a small city on the other half of world for the same reason people have been moving there for years, he took a risk to follow a dream.
After Aristotle is an Austin based band that’s founded in friendship and a deep love for music. They met each other and came together through different avenues of life. To this day they are grateful for the emo/indie/sometimes very shoe-gazey rock that came out of that meeting.
I live in Hermosa Beach, I spend most of my time being a recluse and creating both musically and visually. This single and album is about my journey to California, my hopes and dreams.
This song is about being broken hearted and telling the audience not to give up. Keep trying to find your soulmate. Cry and then get over it. Start looking for the right person. I created this to give advice from my own experiences. Eventually I found the perfect match but lost him to a brain tumor.