ENDORSED by LUNA, ICON MOTORSPORTS, SHURE & D’ADDRIO. featured on Magisto with over 20K views and counting, featured on Steve Harvey in the morning radio, PLAYING FOR THE MAYOR OF HIS CITY and Connecticut Style News. singer Songwriter Wolf Critton is the artistic musician to Be heard! With various collaborations and interviews with all forms of media, this street raised Iraq War Veteran is reaching the ears of thousands, with His soulful sound of Rock & Blues. Q:When you decide it’s time to make a…"A Conversion With Wolf Critton"
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Since their 2003 breakthrough, Hate Crew Deathroll, Finland’s Children of Bodom has been a staple of the international metal scene, thanks to the high-speed shredding of frontman Alexi Laiho, the precise interplay between the guitars and prominently-featured keyboards, and their relentless touring schedule. Their latest, I Worship Chaos, is the band’s first album recorded as a four-piece, and the stripped-down lineup resulted in what editor Thom Jurek hailed for its “very sharp teeth, a nasty…"Children of Bodom Frontman Alexi Laiho on His New Album"
In our jobs, when we’re told to redo something, it usually means we’ve made a mistake. That’s not the case for Javier Camarena. Earlier this month at the Metropolitan Opera in New York, the tenor had the chance to retake an aria during a performance of Donizetti’s Don Pasquale because the audience went bonkers after the first time he sang it. For many decades, the Met followed a strict no-encores policy. Camarena, who turned 40…"The Show-Stopping Singing Of Javier Camarena"
Margo Price knows hard times; her music practically aches with them. In the first song on her new album, she yearns to “turn back the cruel hands of time.” Midwest Farmer’s Daughter is Price’s first solo album, and even though she’s been kicking around making music in Nashville for over a decade, the identity outlined by that title still defines her. Her family lost its firm in Buffalo Prairie, Ill., years ago during the tough…"On ‘Midwest Farmer’s Daughter,’ Margo Price Hits Her Breaking Point — And Big Break"
It’s no easy feat to simultaneously achieve millions of streams on Spotify and chart at the top of Nashville radio stations, especially with just an EP to your name. You’ve likely heard Maren Morris’ songs performed by other artists on country radio, but when her own “My Church” hit, she knew her transition from Nashville songwriter to Nashville artist was complete. In Austin, NPR’s Audie Cornish sat down with Morris, who was performing at the…"One Year Later, Maren Morris On The Song That Changed Her Life"
Singer-songwriter Tracy Bonham returns this Friday with Wax & Gold, her first new album in five years. She’s been working at a fairly similar clip since the release of her Grammy-nominated 1996 debut, The Burdens of Being Upright, while managing to fit in other significant adventures like touring extensively with the Blue Man Group and becoming a mother. We have the exclusive premiere of Wax & Gold’s opening track, the flute, bass and sax-driven “Noonday…"Tracy Bonham on Motherhood and Simplifying Her Approach, Plus a Song Premiere"