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A Must-See Kickstarter Project: Hope For the Flowers

A Must-See Kickstarter Project: Hope For the Flowers

About three years ago I was talking to a friend about some new writing endeavors, expressing a frustration in figuring out what my new path should be.  He recommended checking out a book called, “Hope For the Flowers,” a beautiful story about two caterpillars who make there way through the world, separating, growing, transforming, and […]

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Exclusive Interview: Stephie Coplan and the Pedestrians

Exclusive Interview: Stephie Coplan and the Pedestrians

Perhaps one of the most exciting things along the artistic journey of self-discovery and creative expression is the moment when you stop trying to be like everyone else, and embrace who you truly are.  Such was the case for Stephie Coplan, singer-songwriter and front woman for Stephie Coplan and the Pedestrians, an energetic and bold […]

February 9, 2012 | 0 Comments More
Andrew Owens: An American In Munich

Andrew Owens: An American In Munich

While touring through Germany in October I had the pleasure of meeting up with a different kind of artist- opera tenor Andrew Owens from Philadelphia, PA. Andrew is currently living in Munich and performing with Bayerische Staatsoper, having just completed a run of the new opera Les Contes d’Hoffmann (The Tales of Hoffmann). Les Contes d’Hoffmann (The […]

December 6, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Portugal. The Man: On playing festivals, signing to a major, the Internet and more.

Portugal. The Man: On playing festivals, signing to a major, the Internet and more.

Portugal. The Man have been keeping busy for a good part of the last decade. Between playing festivals, touring and recording albums, this four-piece gang of psychedelic rockers are living up and going over all expectations. Just recently added to Atlantic Records’ cast, Portugal. The Man is slowly learning the ropes of being in a […]

November 12, 2011 | 0 Comments More
NYCAS On How NOT To Travel

NYCAS On How NOT To Travel

Well the first major leg of my tour has come to an end, covering 7 cities in 13 days and somehow living to talk about it! It was quite an experience, from spending time behind the scenes of an extensive European tour with Nick Howard to covering ground in Amsterdam and Paris with little guidance […]

October 31, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Meet Our Sponsor, Bandzoogle.

Meet Our Sponsor, Bandzoogle.

NYC Art Scene is very excited to kick off the first leg of the tour this week in Germany!  Before I begin sharing my travels, I have to give a quick shout to our official sponsor, Bandzoogle, and tell you why you should be building your website with this service. Bandzoogle is a band website […]

October 10, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Exclusive Interview: Mat Kearney

Exclusive Interview: Mat Kearney

In late 2006 I was driving to work and this awesome, roll-your-windows-down-sing-out-loud-and-embrace-life song came on the radio.  That song was Mat Kearney’s “Nothing Left to Lose.” I immediately added it to my playlist for dance class, along with the rest of his album, and found myself passing this new singer-songwriter along to colleagues and students […]

June 24, 2011 | 2 Comments More
Exclusive Interview: Ari Hest

Exclusive Interview: Ari Hest

At the beginning of an artist’s career the journey that lies ahead is always filled with the unknown. Record deals rise and fall, bands come together and split up, and solo artists experiment with their sound to find a niche that is not only comfortable but will also bring them success.  Singer-songwriter, musician, and seasoned performer Ari […]

February 25, 2011 | 0 Comments More
Artist Rewind: Ryan Vaughn

Artist Rewind: Ryan Vaughn

In our fourth installment of Artist Rewind we chat with Ryan Vaughn, the very first interview that appeared on NYC Art Scene two years ago.  Ryan has gone on to make an exceptional career for himself as a drummer and percussionist, and will be leaving for Russia next week to tour with John Forte.  We […]

February 16, 2011 | 1 Comment More
Exclusive Interview: The Civil Wars

Exclusive Interview: The Civil Wars

The first time I heard “Poison and Wine” was at Rockwood Music Hall last summer, a song that perfectly exemplifies the dichotomy of love and frustration, and the reality of relationships.  The duo performing consisted of a petite brunette woman wearing a simple black dress on piano and a distinguished Southern gentleman donning a black […]

February 15, 2011 | 2 Comments More
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