Two of my favorite things are music and anime (Japanese animation/cartoons). So, when I find something that combines the two, I'm incredibly happy. For those of you who are like me, and are looking for a way to combine these two interests, let me suggest a couple of must-see musical anime for you.
And, of course, if you don't know much about anime, but are interested in it, why not give one of the titles on this list a try?
Everyone has their favorite bands. Personally, one of my all-time favorites is the British musical duo The Bishop and the Warlord.
The weather outside is turning cold again, and people are starting to get sick. On days when the cold or illness has got you down, why not stay home? And if your'e staying home, sleeping on the couch, why not put on a good movie or some good music to get you through the day?
David Bowie is a legend. And like all legends, even though he is gone, that doesn't mean that he'll be forgotten. Now, before we get started, I'd like to preface this by saying that I was never a Bowie fan. That doesn't mean I hated him--I just never had the chance to check him out. And now, I feel really sad that I've waited until now to really look into the work of a man who is truly regarded as an amazing artist.
Cleveland's own Alan Leatherwood celebrates OVER 50 years in music with the release of new CD collections.
Alan Leatherwood (Cassaro) has been a fixture in the music industry for over 50 years. Mahalo Records released Alan's first record nationally in 1963. A couple of years later Alan was on the Old Town label in New York City. Alan became the featured weekly house act at "Faragher's Back Room" and later performed on the Fredana College Coffee House Circuit where he performed throughout the U.S. and Canada for several years.
It's cold out! And for those of you who haven't been outside yet today, it's snowing, too! I don't know about you, but I was getting pretty spoiled with this warm December weather, and I'm just not ready to give it up yet. Yes, I should be happy to have had it while it lasted, but I'm still going into winter kicking and screaming.
October is here, and Halloween is just over a week away. As the day quickly approaches for ghosts, ghouls, and all manner of spooky, creepy, freaky things, why not check out some "scary good" music to set the mood?
I'm always looking for cool new websites. This post is one of my newer finds. Ever wonder what was popular in music in a specific decade or genre? Well, The Music Timeline takes information from people's posts on Google Music and uploads it into a timeline that shows you what was popular and includes links so that you can add your favorites to your Google Play Music account!
Are you looking for something fun to do this weekend? Do you enjoy good music and classic films? Then join us on September 26th from 2:00-3:30pm for another session of music history and fun!