Small Steps is the debut EP from New Jersey resident Russell Suereth. It’s an interesting one as it is folky at the core, but still has modern aspects to it that make it quite different from the traditional folk artists one often thinks of.
"One area that I don’t have time to explore very often during the school year is creating music on my iPad. It seems with all the day to day activities of teaching that I totally loose touch with musical explorations and composing. I’ve been taking more time lately to do this and I am floored at what I can do with an iPad and a few apps. I am not going to give you a history lesson here but I will say that at one time in my career I dreamed of creating a wonderful MIDI lab outfitted with computers, keyboards, speakers and mixers for my students to use. That dream never happened because of the crazy cost involved. My dream has been reshaped. Here is what I’ve found…."
Guitarist Loren Barrigar on the hunt for guitar stolen at the NYS Fair Thursday Syracuse.com (blog) The thief also made away with Barrigar's guitar strap, which didn't cost nearly as much, but holds an equal place in his heart.
American rockers Sons Of Hippies are back with their third studio album. The band is made up of founders Katherine Kelly (vocals) and Jonas Canales (drums), as well as relative newcomer David Daly (bass) who joined in 2011.
Android Community One2Touch Softpad S1 NFC keyboard for Android smartphones now in ... Android Community The need to type out long emails or large amounts of text is a situation that anyone with a mobile device is familiar with.
Jakarta Post The ballads of Mukti-Mukti, on a banana trunk guitar Jakarta Post Working with Abu Sofyan, a 30-year-old guitar craftsman also from Bandung, he gathered the trunks and then cut them into broad pieces to be dried in the sun for two weeks.
But lately, I suddenly appear to be in some kind of competitive creative universe, among the many songwriting communities I am a part of, that isn't scaring me but is, instead, inspiring me to do more and do it better.
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