[22 Jan 2015 | No Comment | 262 views]
Paula Jo Taylor Interview

Paula Jo Taylor plays incredible lead guitar. So much that she easily puts her male counterparts to shame. Not only will she mesmerize you with her guitar playing but her comedy will keep you in stitches. Though she writes many serious heart felt songs, she is especially blessed with the gift of writing comedy songs. Enough to have had several of her songs cut by major label comedy artist Cledus T. Judd. She has had her songs played by comedy DJ’s Bob and Tom among others.
She has played lead guitar …

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[7 Jan 2015 | No Comment | 156 views]
Exclusive Tim May Interview

This is Tim’s Artist Interview with Erica Lee. Time also teaches a Mel Bay Pro lick on guitar.

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[24 Dec 2014 | No Comment | 230 views]
Exclusive Debbie Watts Interview

Debbie Mathis Watts knew that she was a born entertainer at the tender age of three. Growing up in a rural area just outside of Nashville, Tennessee, the only performing arts in town were private piano lessons. Though Debbie hungered for more cultural advantages, such as dance class and children’s theatre, she parlayed her piano training into a college music scholarship. Getting much on-the-job training as a singer-hostess at Opryland, USA, Debbie completed her college degree with a teaching major, always having performing in the back of her mind. She …

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[10 Dec 2014 | No Comment | 366 views]
Erik Sullivan Interview

Erik Sullivan grew up in Northern California with a family whose roots dug deep into music. He learned how to play guitar at age 8 with the mentoring of his father and his grandfather. With a love for instruments and a passion for music he began a career at Gibson Guitars and quickly moved his way up the ladder to manager. Not only was he able to work with instruments he was also able to use them to create wonderful music. His career launched when he went on to record …

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[26 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 342 views]
Ton Drenon Interview

Tom Drenon III was born in Jesup, Georgia. His most vivid childhood memory is listening to country music with his father who also played guitar and hearing Dolly Parton’s song “Joshua”. He found himself keeping the tempo and beat to the music. He remembers at that moment; he decided he wanted to be a drummer. He has to this day, never questioned that calling in his life and never compromised his desire to play drums and entertain as his life-long career.
In the late eighties, Tom moved to Atlanta to attend …

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[20 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 305 views]
Polyphonic Overtone Singing


Polyphonic Overtone Singing Demonstrated by Anna-Maria Hefele | Colossal
This is a great video of polyphonic overtone singing by Anna-Maria Hefele, where she precisely demonstrates the almost inhuman ability to create a harmony of two notes at a time using a single breath. Overtone singing is the same technique used by Tuvan (or Mongolian) throat singers of which there
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This comes from thisiscollosal.com and clicking on it will take you to the original article at thisiscollosal.com

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[12 Nov 2014 | No Comment | 384 views]
John Heinrich Interview

John was born on October 26, 1951, in Poughkeepsie New York. He moved to Lexington Kentucky in 1957 with his Parents. In 1964, John got his first Guitar and soon after was playing in bands with friends around his neighborhood. In 1970, John went to the University of Kentucky to major in stand-up Bass but soon realized that he was thinking in terms of Melody, “I knew that if I was going to work I needed to find a melody instrument.” John Had already begun playing the Lap Steel in …

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[31 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 355 views]
LAGQ New Renaissance

It’s a “New Renaissance” for LAGQ! We’re self-producing a new CD, a cool mix of old & new. Now we need your help in getting it out!

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[29 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 423 views]
Bill Cooley Interview

A native of Santa Barbara, CA, Bill moved to Nashville in 1985. A dozen years later he was called “one of Nashville’s most respected sidemen” by Guitar Player Magazine. However, there’s more to him than just his work as an accompanist. As a songwriter, Bill’s had his songs recorded by Kathy and Reba, among others. As an arranger, Bill played an important role on Kathy’s last three albums: 2003′s “Joy for Christmas Day,” 2005′s “Right Out of Nowhere,” and 2008′s Grammy-nominated “Coal,” where Bill was a part of the small, …

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[27 Oct 2014 | No Comment | 350 views]

Bing & Ruth on making 2014′s most golden album | Dazed
Speaking to David Moore of New York composing collective Bing & Ruth about why he’s picking up his instruments
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