Posts Tagged ‘Featured Artist’

Let’s take a stroll down the musical resume of Monte Pittman. -Age 24: Move to L.A.to pursue a career in music.  Worked at a Guitar Center and realized he should be teaching the instrument rather than selling it. -Started teaching, and had Guy Ritchie (yes, the British director) as a student, since his famed beloved, […]

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I haven’t been 100% honest with you, and I need to come clean.  No, it isn’t you.  It’s me.  You’ve done nothing wrong.  I’ve been…selfish.  Stop, don’t say that I haven’t.  Just let me get this off my chest, okay?  In starting this blog, my initial goal was to educate anyone who came across it […]


Hailing from Nashville, Tenn., Afterlife Parade was born with one concept in mind: death.  Singer/songwriter Quinn Erwin realized that all too often, the event of death is drenched in sadness rather than a celebratory event of the life of the deceased.  This initial thought led to Afterlife Parade’s first part of a two-part concept, “Death.”  The […]


Honestly, this record started a year ago when I decided to stop playing music for awhile because being in a band was ruining my life. -Andy Herod “Ain’t too Bright” by the Electric Owls serves up something entirely different than most records today.  Rather than having a super new sound or one that was embraced […]


Come Back Home was written in the wake of me losing my longtime drummer and former Army soldier John C. Williams.  But the song started off as a reflection of how a military couple deals with separation.  After the release of Come Back Home, John’s little brother was killed by an IED in Iraq.  His name was Blake […]


So, I’ve decided to add a little diddy called “Featured Artist.” I’m not sure how often I will feature an artist, but I plan on doing it on a somewhat regular basis…perhaps weekly. This week, I’ve chosen to feature Paramore. Paramore, a rock band with a female lead singer (crazy, I know), has been around […]



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