Sunday, Feb. 12, 2017 was the night of the 59th annual Grammy Awards, but it was also the night of the "Reggae Love Fest 2017" concert held at the Hard Rock Live in Orlando, Florida and features many up and coming reggae artists as well as major reggae artists such as NBC's The Voice season 5 … Continue reading “Reggae Love Fest 2017” Concert Review
Billboard's Artist 100 List clearly shows how big a Grammy performance (or even constant TV exposure) can really help artists in ranks. Billboard calculates their list from radio airplay, sales data, streaming data, and social activity. I'm seeing a trend in increasing rank for those artists who performed this past Sunday, Feb. 12 for the … Continue reading Grammy Performances Work Wonders on The Billboard Charts
I still can't get over the Grammy's and it's two days later. In case you didn't know, the Superbowl of Music AKA the Grammy Awards aired Feb. 12, 2017, hosted by James Corden, and what a show, what a show. Just when you think the Grammy Awards was going on a downhill spiral into mediocrity, they amaze you with … Continue reading The 2017 Grammy Awards Recap/Review
"You're going to Hollywood!", was the signature phrase that "American Idol" hopefuls waited to hear from celebrity judges on FOX's now-canceled hit TV Show. For 15 years, the show was considered the biggest stage on television for aspiring singers to compete and win the renowned title, "American Idol", as well as a major record deal. Some of the … Continue reading Fox’s “American Idol”: What Really Happened Behind The Cameras (and a possible “American Idol” Revival?)
What we've all been waiting for is finally here: the 2017 Super Bowl will take off tomorrow, February 5th on FOX and the New England Patriots will take on the Atlanta Falcons in Houston. Football fans all over the world are gearing up for their Super Bowl party festivities: burgers and hotdogs to fire up on … Continue reading 2017 Super Bowl Halftime Show: Lady Gaga, Drones, Tony Bennett and Wardrobe Malfunctions
“The voice is presumed to be the original musical instrument, and there is no human culture, no matter how remote or isolated, that does not sing”. - Prof. John Koopman. “A Brief History of Singing: Antiquity to 1590”. Conservatory of Music, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI. See the full article here Whether you're just starting out singing … Continue reading 3 Important Tips to Become a Better Singer
The music scene in Orlando is literally "jam"-packed with jamming bands and live music galore. Orlando has set the record for being the #1 tourist destination in the nation according to Visit Orlando. With that comes endless options for entertainment and live music. It seems like everywhere you turn, there is a venue advertising live music or … Continue reading The 7 Best Live Music Venues in Orlando
My first blog post! A review about music icon, Beyoncé, and the Formation World Tour.