How To Be A Better Musician
Whether you simply enjoy music as a hobby or are considering making it your profession, the desire to become a better performer is always a priority for music lovers. However, as music is based on creativity, you may have hit a brick wall regarding the improvements that need to be made to take your talent to the next level. If one thing’s for sure, improving your musical ability doesn’t happen overnight. It takes a great deal of time and patience to meet your objectives. In this guide, we’re going to take a look at some helpful tips on how you can become a better musician.
We Speak With Robert Grace Following The Release Of His New Single, ‘Self’
Queera Nightly – ‘The Girl Who Fell’
Satin-smooth voiced Queera Nightly, based in Oakland, California, was raised in a strict religious household, and consequently had a struggle to find herself while growing up. The artist is set to release her debut album, ‘The Girl Who Fell’, in the spring next year, and the title track is out today.
Nicky Romero & Stadiumx – ‘Love You Forever’ (ft. Sam Martin)
Dutch DJ, record producer, musician, and remixer Nicky Romero is able to collaborate with anyone and make his presence felt, without overshadowing his fellow artist. His latest release, ‘Love You Forever’ is no exception to this, which also features Hungarian duo, Stadiumx, and Grammy award-winning singer/songwriter Sam Martin.
Saxophonist Steve Wilson Confirms Concerts in DC and NYC, Collaborations With Billy Childs, Chick Corea, And Expansion Of Educational Efforts
Acclaimed jazz saxophonist Steve Wilson looks forward to an active Autumn and Winter, as he confirms headlining concerts at Blues Alley in Washington D.C. and at Jazz Standard in New York City, as well as collaborations with Billy Childs and Chick Corea, and an expansion of his ongoing educational efforts.