Monthly Archives: July 2016

A Voice in the Afternoon

We turn on the radio to listen to our favorite DJ in hopes that they will play our favorite song, give us the news we need, or entertain us as we go through our daily lives. We connect with their stories, we laugh at their jokes, we become attached to them. But what do we really know about them? Probably not as much as we think we do.  Our voice, in the afternoon here in the Central New York area of […]

Matt Steady-Songwriting, From the Heart

Located in beautiful Leicester, England, is a brilliant musician named Matt Steady. Matt is an expert in his craft, as he composes all of his own material for his songs.  He has an excellent singing voice and also plays many different instruments. However, I don’t think you could meet a more humble musician or genuinely kind friend. After being recently introduced to his music, I had to find out some of the secrets behind his art work and creative process. […]

Emily Wood-It’s a Continual Journey

Emily Wood is a pop/folk artist from Winnipeg, Manitoba that has just released her first EP, entitled Ad Astra. She started playing and writing music relatively recently, but you would never guess that by listening to her album.   At the age of 25 years old, she made a list of things that she had to try as a way to do something about her anxiety disorder that had taken over her life. One of the items on her list was to write her […]

Tony Furtado-What’s Most Important In Life

Tony Furtado is an American banjo and slide guitar player, songwriter, and sculptor, who has been playing music for 30 years. He started out playing the banjo when he was a young boy, and his passion for music took off from there. He played and toured with many different musicians and bands during his early years, which helped his career to grow and got him started into slide guitar and writing songs. He loves playing live shows, touring all over […]