A little less than a year ago, Nashville music artist Erin McCarley stood on stage at the South By Southwest music festival in Austin,Texas, preparing to perform tracks from her debut album, Love, Save the Empty, for the first time ever in a live setting.
Sometimes in the cash-strapped world of independent music, you have to get creative when it comes to putting out an album. In the case of D.C.-based Indie operatives Shane Hines and the Trance, that meant selling the album before it was even written.
In this modern era of music, hardware like laptops and software like GarageBand has made recording more flexible and user friendly for musicians.
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Soccer Thriller in Semi-Finals Paves the Way RADFORD, Va. — Last season was the first for both senior forward Olivia Scott and Head Coach Jennifer Parsons at George Mason High School. Just one year later, the two have teamed up with a core of seasoned veterans and a few exciting […]
This blond Canadian might have a stage full of instruments dripping shades of cotton candy — including a sparkly pink drum kit and similarly pink piano — but don’t expect to see another Britney or Christina walk onto the checkered stage of Avril Lavigne’s Best Damn Tour.
You could attribute the recent success of John Vesely, better known by his performance name of Secondhand Serenade, to his raw and honest compositions, his impassioned vocals or his teen idol-worthy looks. Any and all of those complimentary reasons are accurate and all are deserved. To do so, however, would […]
The name isn’t an alias, it’s latitude. When he adopted his alternate handle, Mark Charles Heidinger, known also by Vandaveer, wasn’t simply seeking an alluring nickname that would ensnare playbill-gazing pedestrians. He wanted freedom.
There stood Miss Mask, with Midnight Special, the women’s quartet in which she sings, belting out “In the Still of the Night” before a crowd of more than 100 adoring fans. Her red sequin dress sparkled and shimmied along with the beat Saturday night in the ballroom of the Tysons […]
Through January 21, 2008, at the National Gallery of Art (4th and Constitution Ave. NW, D.C.). Gallery Hours: Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. – 6 p.m. Closed on December 25 and January 1. For further information, call 202-737-4215, or see www.nga.gov/hopper.