“As a Japanese expatriate in Norway and a musical artist who has performed across Europe, Sienná might be considered a woman of the world. Yet her nu-jazz music speaks of other worlds, other states of mind, of distant memories and faraway places. Using studio, synthesizer and software as tools, she draws upon a musical upbringing and diverse influences to create music unlike any other. As a child growing up in ancient Kyoto, Japan, Sienná dreamt…"An Interview with Multi talented Singer & Songwriter Sienná"
Shania the artist has been on the Atlanta scene for over a year now since she started her music as a little girl… her father was a traveler and she never settled in one place for too long making her adaptable to new places wherever she goes.. moving from New York to Miami, Miami to Maryland, and now Maryland to Georgia, she’s decided now is the time to take her music to new heights since…"A Quick Conversation With SHANIA THE ARTIST"
Urban music dance artist Rahn Anthoni crafts hot hip-hop with an R&B flow that hints at roots in gospel flavors. In fact, says Anthoni, “I come from a gospel music background.” His history with inspirational music has helped him develop a positive relationship with the world of song. Music brings him to a high plateau and sheds the day-to-day strife from his life. Anthoni sang back- up for The Song Bird Of The South “Dottie…"An Interview With Rahn Anthoni"
Gojko grew up in Eastern Europe, in a small, war torn town stricken by adverse poverty, in south Serbia. As a young child of 7, he showed an interest and started dancing and singing in a local group.Gojko’s first song, LUXURY, was done by Grammy nominated producer Rey Reel. The lyrics were by Krysta Youngs, a lady that has written for many big names in the music industry. The vocal production was handled by Bert Elliot (producer to OneRepublic and Ryan…"A Quick Conversation With Gojko"
Q: How do you shut things out? Ans: I have a Master Degree in removing things that don’t matter in my life…lol…4.0 Q: Do you and Rico Sivad still talk? Ans : Yes indeed. People don’t know that we are really brothers. And no matter what at the end of the day, we still have a personal relationship outside of the group RecognitioN. Q: What’s your motto or the advice you live by? Ans: Never…"An Interview With Jerrod Brosean"
Q: How easily do songs tend to come to you? Ans: Songs come to me at different times in different forms. The process varies depending on the mood I’m in. Some songs take a few minutes, and others take weeks. I might start with the chorus, the verse, or just an idea. I’m normally working on twenty songs at any given time but finish them whenever I’m in that mood. Q: What ís your motto…"Latest Conversation With Miss Chay Bella"
We were looking at some of your tour videos, you guys were playing with some big names on the bill, how was that experience? Lodato: Really amazing considering you sit in the studio to make records that these guys play…. and then to performing side-by-side with them is truly an experience all in itself. Duveen, we see that you play the guitar in your live shows. Do you have a favorite brand? What made you…"A Latest Conversation With Lodato & Joseph Duveen"