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Exclusive Interview with Singer Songwriter Putnam Murdock

Exclusive Interview with Singer Songwriter Putnam Murdock

James Moore May 16, 2012 Comments Off

Today’s exclusive interview is with up-and-coming folk/Americana singer/songwriter Putnam Murdock, whose album “Brand New Widow” has some stunningly good material.  Putnam, I enjoyed “Brand New Widow” especially for its patience and honest delivery. It

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Dziubecko – A Blues Folk Newcomer With Promise

James Moore March 16, 2012 Comments Off

Independent blues/folk/r & b artist Dziubecko may not reveal any personal details about herself in the form of a biography as of yet, but she certainly is making headway releasing some pretty inspired songs via

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R & B icon Curtis Hairston’s music is remembered and celebrated

James Moore January 3, 2012 Comments Off

It’s always a great loss when a talented musician dies, especially one as gifted as the powerhouse R & B vocalist Curtis Hairston. His voice is pitch perfect and overflowing with soul, and it

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Jon Prophet Preaches To The Rock N Roll Choir

James Moore December 8, 2011 Comments Off

Recently I had the chance to speak with a very driven artist who has crafted his own intelligent and unique brand of rock n’ roll. In fact, he seems to share some of the

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For fans of Jeff Buckley – Josh Romig’s “Rivermouth”

James Moore December 4, 2011 Comments Off

I’m not sure exactly why my ratio of truly inspired submissions seems to be much higher than ratios that many other music blogs whine about. I can be quite the judgemental music listener in

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Could Dale Turner’s “Mannerism’s Magnified” Cause Neurogenesis?

James Moore November 21, 2011 1

Exercise. Meditation. Active learning. Ginkgo buloba. Dale Turner. Though more research may be required, I would bank on the fact that ALL of these things encourage the healthy process of neurogenesis (the growth of

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