An Interview with Bryan Adams: More Of A Good Thing
—by Andrea Seastrand, October 22, 2014
Marking the release of a new album and the 30th anniversary of his studio classic, Reckless, Bryan Adams’ career is one any artist would envy and any fan would appreciate. On his latest studio work, Tracks Of My Years, Adams is in new territory as he interprets classics such as “Sunny,” “Rock And Roll Music,” and “God Only Knows.” The album’s original track, “She Knows Me,” showcases (yet again) the unparalleled collaboration shared between Adams and longtime songwriting partner Jim Vallance. For more on Adams’ music, tour plans, and award-winning, spectacular photography visit bryanadams.com or bryanadamsphotography.com.
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My Dream Duets: Chatting With Barry Manilow
Posted: 10/22/2014 12:00 am EDT
A Conversation with Barry Manilow
Mike Ragogna: First off, thanks for the interview and it’s a true blue spectacle that I landed it, Barry!
Barry Manilow: [laughs] Sure, sure.
MR: The concept for the album is pretty unique. I don’t think anyone’s done a whole album of posthumous duet tributes.
BM: Well, Verve, the record company that I’m on this month are great people and one of the guys I’m working with is a wonderful guy named Jay Landers who’s a Senior Vice President there said, “What about you doing a duets album?” Of course, everybody’s doing duet albums and some of them are pretty good, too, so I said, “Yeah, let me think about it...Read More
Five-time Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist and world renowned singer Diana Krall recently had to cancel her U.S. dates due to sickness. However, she has rescheduled the tour and will be arriving at the Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall on April 16 at 8pm. Tickets go back on sale October 17 at 10am. Prior ticket holders must call or visit the Box Office to have their order reprocessed. Otherwise, those still holding tickets should retain them, as they will be honored on April 16.
Produced by 16-time Grammy Award-winning producer David Foster, Wallflower finds Krall breaking new ground with her interpretations of some of the greatest pop songs of all time...Read More
By South Wales Evening Post | Posted: October 16, 2014
Welsh star Tom Jones surprised fans in LA this week, by joining fellow singer Katherine Jenkins of stage for a tune.
Mezzo soprano Katherine was appearing at the Vibrato Grill and Jazz as part of a three night tour in Los Angeles, accompanied by pianist David Foster.
As she finished the first verse of Sir Tom’s famous hit Green, Green Grass of Home, the man himself joined the newlywed from Neath on-stage.
Excitedly tweeting after the show, Katherine said it was “Welsh girl heaven” to perform the song with Tom Jones.Read More