Come join Jesse Terry celebrate the release of his Pledge Music funded album “Empty Seat on a Plane” this Wednesday, July 11, 8pm at Rockwood Music Hall. Jesse will be joined by Jeremy Goldsmith on guitars, Matt Simons on piano/vocals, James “Downtown” Williams on percussion/drums, Alicia Lemke on harmonies and special guests to celebrate the night. [...]
Martin Rivas’ sixth solo work, Reliquary, began while he was attending a religious artifacts exhibition during his last UK tour. He couldn’t stop thinking about how “we all carry a bit of each other within us,” a notion perfectly clear throughout the album- a summer must-buy to be released July 10th. Back in New York, the songwriter added [...]
Nashville sweetheart Jessica Rae will be returning to NYC this week and playing a special performance at The Bitter End on Wednesday! Be sure to come check out this country songstress… you’ll walk away from a great night of music with a FREE CD to boot!
Official video for “One Life,” a fantastic song with a great message by one of my favorite British singer-songwriters, James Morrison. James will be playing in NYC at Webster Hall on Tuesday, May 15.
As many of my readers and followers know, an artist development and management company was one of the many things to branch out under the ever-growing tree of NYC Art Scene. The CEO Artist was launched last year and we’ve had the honor of working with some of the most talented artists to grace this [...]
NYC Artist Caleb Hawley covers LMFAO’s “Sexy and I Know It” at The CEO Artist Concert Series last month. Video Credit: Sam Teichman
The long-awaited release of Bryan Dunn’s latest album, “Sweetheart of the Music Hall,” is now over. Make sure to join Bryan along with his band- Jeremy Goldsmith, Jim McNamara, Drew McKeon, Ryan Vaughn and Joseph Brent- at Rockwood Music Hall, Stage 2 this Friday night at 7pm. Kick off your weekend with a night of music [...]
A photo with a touching message and story… Apparently in the 1950s, the popular nightclub, Mocambo would not book Ella Fitzgerald because she was black. Fortunately for Ella, she had a powerful and unlikely benefactor Marilyn Monroe. “I owe Marilyn Monroe a real debt…it was because of her that I played the Mocambo, a very popular [...]
London-born Timur Yusef is a prolific and eclectic drummer. Based in NYC for almost 4 years, he’s worked with a wide range of musicians and bands, a testament to his talent, professionalism and sheer love for the greatness music can hold. Influenced by his father’s classical albums and later experiences with the likes of The Beatles, [...]