Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber full name is Justin Drew Bieber. He was born on 1st of March in 1994 in London, Ontario. He was raised in Stratford, Ontario. Bieber is a famous canadian singer and songwriter. He was famous from his best ever song "Baby"

Carly Rae Jepsen

Carly Rae Jepsen has been an established artist in Canada for several years — with a third-place finish on Canadian Idol, two gold singles, two albums, and two Juno Award nominations to her name — Jepsen was a virtual unknown in the U.S. when “Call Me Maybe” hit it big.

The Weeknd

Abel Tesfaye is a Toronto-based singer famous by named " The Weeknd " . He recorded his all songs under " The Weeknd " name , his first song leaked in late 2010, though the identity of the individual behind the project was initially unknown. " The Weeknd " released a nine-song mixtape, House of Balloons, on 21 March 2011

Addy C

Adelynn Cuevas, or Addy C as she is known, is an 8 year old Latina from metro Atlanta, Ga. Addy loves to sing, dance , and play piano...

Céline Schmink

Celine Schmink is a french singer and also writer, journalist and Associate songwriter of SACEM. She writes in french and english in a pop folk style. Her musical work is regularly praised by the regional and national press and broadcast in France, Greece, Australia and the USA, where she leads a bilingual performing career.

Wednesday, 28 August 2019

12 Signs 21 Sounds

Sarka and Sachi are independent artists, trying to share their life with other people threw music. They are keeping their style and opinions, and they make the music by themselves. That is why their music is authentic and full of the truth. They sing about their relationships, life problems like moving back and forth or having money issues and problems. They also talk about hope. Their music is available on the internet. 

They would like to release the hole album one day. They live in US and in Europe, Sachi is half japanese. If you are interested in female rap/singing, take a look. They have experience in a music field, but this is a new music project which they have started together in Brooklyn, NY changed their music a lot. They are open to meet another LGBT artists and talk about the music. 12 Signs 21 Sounds is their name.

Thursday, 22 August 2019

Interview with Stephanie Douglas

Love Music : Tell us a little bit about yourself. 

I grew up in the Pacific Northwest of the United States and moved to Seattle when I was 21 to perform theater. It was one of the best times of my life.Seattle has incredible talent and a thriving theater community. I loved the entire experience, however when I look back I realize my favorite parts were creating full-fledged backgrounds for my roles—writing out my character’s history, relationships with others in each scene, struggles, hopes and dreams, etc. And singing, well…singing transports me out of any challenging day and makes a great day even better. 

Love Music : Music is a unique component of your book Callasandra Fractured—what inspired you to incorporate music into the reading experience?

Music is used throughout the story to convey hidden messages to a resistance group as well as to provide cover for characters sharing secrets and important information. I was about half-way through writing the story when I heard a song by the band,Bitter:Sweet. I thought the singer’s voice sounded similar to how I imagined a character named Marissa would sound. In that moment, I thought, Wouldn’t it enhance the feel of the story, if readers could hear the music in real-time as they read the book? From that moment forward I decided I would figure out a way to make that happen.

Love Music : I’ve never heard of music being added to a book that isn’t an audible book. How did you find musicians and make it possible for people to hear the music? 

To my knowledge adding music to a non-audible book hasn’t been done before. The hurdle of figuring out how to add the music was initially a bit overwhelming, so I decided to hold off on the “how” and focus on creating the music. I knew I wanted each song to convey the feel of the scene. I consulted with a local musician, to map out how to create a soundtrack on a tight budget. Through our conversation, he shared a site where you can post a gig or project, and, in my case, musicians would bid for the job. When I selected a musician whose music sample fit what I was looking for, I shared details of the scene and the length of time I anticipated the song would last for the average reader. It was a fascinating process and the music was outstanding. I worked with musicians from all of the world:the Unites States, Italy, Serbia, Venezuela, Germany, Japan, the UK, and more. 

Love Music : What would you say the biggest challenge was from a music perspective? 

I would have to say the number of learning curves to bring the full soundtrack to fruition was the biggest challenge. Writing songs with vocals, recording, editing, and mixing the vocals with instrumental tracks, communicating to the musicians what I was looking for from an instrumental perspective, sound editing, and on and on.Fortunately, I have a tenacious personality, so I took a deep breath and focused on one song at a time – teaching myself along the way. I am very proud of how the music turned out. I think the music is incredibly beautiful and just as I had envisioned, creates an immersive, cinematic feel to the story. It was worth the long hours and the 3 A.M ah-ha moments!

Love Music : So how did you make it possible for readers to hear the music?

A couple of Saturdays a month, I meet with my best friend for what we call our Sanity Saturdays. We have lunch and then sit under a beach umbrella near the pier in Huntington Beach, California. On one of these occasions, I was talking through various scenarios for making the music experience available in real-time. I suspected there would be readers who’d prefer to read the story without music, so it was important to make the music optional. I also anticipated other readers would be intrigued by this innovative reading experience. As we were brainstorming, the idea of using hyperlinked QR codes came to me—they are optional, I could include them in both the hard copy and electronic versions of the book, and they look amazing. 

Love Music : Wow…it sounds intriguing! I’m always curious how writers come up with story lines for their books...what inspired you to write Callasandra Fractured?

It started with a nightmare, actually. I dreamt of waking in the middle of the night and walking down the stairs of a Victorian-style home. The color of the night had a deep purple hue to it and as I reached the bottom of the stairs, I found myself facing a living room with a 1920’s style couch. Suddenly the trunk of a tree burst through the ceiling, without debris and then disappeared only to come through the ceiling from another location—like a puppeteer was causing the tree trunk to come through over and over. I awoke with my heart racing and an adrenaline rush. I don’t know why it was so scary to me, but for weeks I couldn’t shake the dream. I thought how scary it would be to wake up and have one thing in your environment be unexplainably different, like the trunk of tree appearing in the living room. And then I imagined how terrifying it would be for a 16-year old girl to wake up in the middle of the night, find a tree in the living room, and then discover everyone she knew and loved were gone. This became the opening scene of the story.  I have loved reading since I was three years old and have entertained myself and friends with my creative writing over the years, so I decided to dive in and write this story.

Love Music : What did you love about writing the story?

My favorite part about writing the story was how it unfolded. This may sound strange, but the book seemed to write itself. As I wrote each chapter of Callasandra Fractured, it was like watching a movie and trying to capture everything I was seeing and hearing as it played out. I looked forward to discovering what would happen next. The story is filled with twists and turns and fascinating characters. It is about a teenage girl named Cassi, who comes to the terrible realization that nothing is as it seems. Her family is missing and as the story unfolds, Cassi discovers a dangerous family secret and finds herself surrounded by enemies. In order to hide her identity, Cassi becomes Callasandra and must find the strength and courage to fight for her life and the ones she loves.

Love Music : Did you ever experience writer’s block?

Great question! Yes, there were times I experienced writer’s block and it surprised me a little when it would happen. The story would be moving along seamlessly and then suddenly screech to a halt. I was about half-way through the story the first time I experienced writer’s block. After several days of getting nowhere, I realized the issue I faced was the plot of that part of the story was too broad and I needed to be more strategic and specific. I also hadn’t fully visualized the scene. Once I took the time to identify what the characters needed to accomplish and envision the environment, my inner movie began playing again.

Love Music : Did you always want to be a writer?

Hindsight is 20/20 as the saying goes, so looking back I probably did always want to be a writer. I learned to read at 3 years old and was an avid reader throughout my childhood. When I was 5 years old I had a matching card game with famous authors. I loved that game and played it until the cards were frayed. I remember reading the Jane Eyre and Wuthering heights when I was 12yrs old and dove into Stephen King as a teenager. I would write many stories to entertain myself and then fell in love with singing in high school. Singing became the love of my life and my focus became performing. Writing stayed with me however, as I mentioned, I loved creating the stories of my characters. When I dove into writing Callasandra Fractured, I realized writing stories combined with music is exactly what I’d like to do for the rest of my life. It’s magical. 

Love Music : It’s been great spending time with you. Your books sounds fascinating. How can people find you and follow you online? 

Thank you so much for taking the time to talk with me today. It has truly been a pleasure! 

My website is www.Callasandra.com. People can also find me on Instagram at st3phaniedouglas or on Facebook @CallasandraFractured

Lastly, Callasandra Fractured, the book and soundtrack, are both available at Amazon

Thursday, 15 August 2019

Interview with Amanda McCarthy

Love Music : Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ?? 

I’ve been into music since I was a young kid. My parents did an amazing job at supporting my brother and I, but we didn’t have money pouring out of our pockets, you know? So I had basic voice lessons on and off for a few years, but I’m almost entirely self taught in songwriting and guitar. My biggest inspiration for diving into songwriting particularly was having an emotional outlet while processing sexual trauma that I hadn’t told anyone about yet. That’s hard enough for anyone to deal with, let alone a teenager. Once I knew I could apply my songwriting to anything and not just that particular pain, I was hooked. I was telling not just my own stories, but the stories of everyone around me as well. I was in college for a few years between different majors but ultimately dropped out to focus on music.

Love Music : We been hearing a lot about you, so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel? 

I certainly don’t think I’m anything special in regards to the bigger picture of the industry, but I feel like since releasing my album Road Trip earlier this summer, a bit of progress and the next steps are beginning to show. I’m proud of what I’ve done and excited to see what’s coming up.

Love Music : Can you please let us know more about your debut full-length album, "Road Trip" ? 

Road Trip is the story of whatever the heck my life has been for the past 3-4 years. From leaving my first love, to wanting to see the world, to escaping an abusive relationship and conquering past demons, to learning how to truly love again. It’s certainly been a trip and it unapologetically addresses each stop on the journey. It’s definitely a bit of a story/concept album if you follow along closely.

Love Music : How's your feeling when your music nominated for 59th Grammy Awards Nomination Ballot? 

To be honest, I didn’t even know there was a Nomination Ballot until I found out I was on it. The nomination ballot is the first round, happening behind industry doors, before the final nominees for the Grammy’s are announced. I was already psyched, then found out just this past March that I actually landed somewhere in the top 20 for the acoustic version of Elephant in the Room. Crazy crazy stuff. I was at a conference in NJ and I called my mom and cried, lol.

Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ? 

Definitely the Grammy Nomination Ballot a few years back, along with releasing Road Trip and recently being nominated for three New England Music Awards and five Josie Music Awards. 

Love Music : What’s your goal in life you want to achieve next? 

My next goal in life is to FULLY focus on my original music specifically. I play a lot of private or low-key gigs where I perform mostly covers for patrons in restaurants, but I know that my original music has potential and I want to really transition into doing more of that and being a true artist along with a professional musician.

Love Music : Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby? 

It started as a hobby, but as soon as I knew that I could make it into a career with enough persistence, I dove in full force.

Love Music : What motivates you to do your best work as a storyteller? 

My emotions fuel my stories. I can write about things that didn’t happen to me specifically, but I take on an “acting” approach of fully immersing myself in the topic or story at hand. I love finding a hook that’s catchy and easy to remember, but crafting an honest and compelling story around it that’s likely much deeper than what people probably think it is.

Love Music : Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time? 

I love reading, writing poetry, spending time at the beach and taking a nice bath with a bath bomb to relax.

Love Music : How can people find you and follow you online? 

My general website is www.amandamccarthy.com - I am on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter at @amandamcmusic - and my album “Road Trip” is available on Spotify, iTunes/AppleMusic, Bandcamp, GooglePlay, Amazon and all other music streaming sites.

Saturday, 3 August 2019

Interview with Amon Martin-Preston Aka Zero The Kidd

Love Music : Tell us a little bit about yourself. Your background, education, music passion etc. ?? 

Well I'm from Boynton beach Florida  representing the (561) if you don’t know where it is its an hour north of Miami I had sort of a normal background being raised by my grandparents in a two story house isn’t the worse way to live I'm a college student getting my music certification. Ever since I was 7 I knew I wanted to be in the music industry just watching how it affected people I knew it was my calling 

Love Music : We been hearing a lot about you, so we notice your starting to gain a lot of attention how does it feel? 

It feels amazing I’ve been grinding everyday for what feels like eternity I'm happy that its paying off finally being recognized for my talent and hard work is always a blessing 

Love Music : Any upcoming release? 

Yes actually I have a single dropping on the 24th its called wave it will be my first song dropped across all major  platforms 

Love Music : How's your feeling when your first single was released? 

Nervous very nervous ,before I dropped my first single I probably had like 50 other songs already done but my confidence wasn’t up their one day I woke up and said you know what I'm not going to let anything stop me and I released my first song 

Love Music : What has been one of the most exciting achievements of your career so far ? 

My most exciting achievement … Probably being asked to open for trill Sammy he is someone who is really recognized by a lot of people in the industry when I got the call saying that they want me to open for hi this September I was ins hock I was like wow I didn’t think they would ever pick me to preform anywhere near him but that was definitely one of my most exciting achievements 

Love Music : What’s your goal in life you want to achieve next? 

Probably start doing more shows I want my name to get out there so I really want to start doing shows 

Love Music : What motivates you to do your best work as a rapper? 

My family whether it’s the good moments or the bad ones I always draw energy from my family and use it as fuel in my music 

Love Music : Did you choose this industry, as a career, or as a hobby? 

Defiantly a career I don’t know what I would do without music this is what I was born to do for the rest of my life music will now and forever be my career

Love Music : Everybody needs time out. What do you do in your free time? 

I really don’t have much free time but when I do I spend it with the people that mean the most to me either my family or my team but mostly I sit and think of ways to improve my music 

Love Music : How can people find you and follow you online? 

Well you can follow me on Instagram @zerothekidd or twitter @zerothekidd