Bronson’s third solo album was recorded in one week by Award winning Producer Dave Cobb in Cobb’s Nashville home studio and Cowboy Jack Clement Studios. A piece of music history was used in recording the album–Norman Petty’s Analog that recorded Buddy Holly!
The record is something of a homecoming for Bronson, who was raised in a Pentecostal home by a family for which music was prayer and life was expressed and enjoyed in song. At an early age, Bronson discovered his parents’ folk collection of 1960s artists. These two became formative musical influences shaping Bronson’s purposeful, pensive, and poetic songwriting. Though his own music adventures took him away from these roots, he returns home to these music guideposts with Eliot Bronson
Katie Martin’s Versatile Vocal Range is Mind Blowing add her Soul Filled Lyrics of Life mixed with her Amazing Acoustic Skills and you have one Marvelous Musician!
Unique vocals, lyrics full of life–add amazing musicians in the mix and you have the makings for one mesmerizing musical journey! Katie Martin’s freshman album Purpose is just that, ten soul-filled tracks showcasing Katie’s amazing talent and versatility as an artist!!
Had a few questions for this Talented MUSIC Maker starting with her vision for the album.
wasn’t until I had all of the work sitting out in front of me that I was able to start to piece it together in the right order. The album isn’t focused on staying within the lines of a set genre but more on taking the listener on a journey.
You began your “Purpose”-filled journey in 2012 working with Grammy award-winning producer, engineer and Killer Guitarist Larry Mitchell at his Studio The Chocolate Room in Opelika, Alabama.
How was it working with such a talent?
Working with Larry was an amazing experience. We got together to co-write a song (“I Feel You”) where I wrote the words
David Rogers-Berry of O’Death Talks Creating and Curating
I got a chance to speak with o’death drummer and percussionist David Rogers-Berry today ahead of the band’s upcoming gig at Terminal West with Murder By Death. Following the release of 2014’s Out Of Hands We Go, o’death had quite a bad October, losing all of their assets and equipment on the road in LA. But according to Berry, he’s ready to move past the bad times and look ahead, and o’death’s Spring tour is just the way to do that. Take a listen!
Murder By Death w/ O’Death
March 12th @ Terminal West 8 PM
15 ADV/ $17 DOOR // 18+
Weird Al Yankovic Tonight at North Shore Music Theatre
The time has come. “Weird Al” Yankovic, the biggest selling comedy recording artist of all time, has returned to demolish the pop landscape with Alpocalypse!
Tonight – Friday, October 19 at 7:30PM
$36.50 STANDING ROOM
Listen here to him tell us about the tour, the upcoming children’s book and new album in the works!
Only here on The Backstage Beat![audio: WeirdAlInterview2012.mp3]
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