I love this song way too much. This is my take on Jack White’s Love Interruption from my “acoustic bedroom sessions”. ;)
I’m getting ready for my first “selfish” photoshoot, without a band involved. I can’t wait to have some new promo pics and get things going. I’m finishing my acoustic cover set and thinking about doing some of my own songwriting pretty soon. I’ll keep you posted. I know it sounds like just dreams, but since I have to start somewhere, I thought some new pics were the way to go.
Earlier this month I shot with a new electronic music project and I also can’t wait to see how that turned out, but most importantly, how the show will turn out!
Happy and excited to be able to share all this REALLY SOON with the world.
I finally made my first “dollar” with an acoustic set. I’m currently putting together a longer setlist so I can start selling the show. It wasn’t easy and it wasn’t hard, but I see the places I need improvement and I brought some friends along to give me their feedback. Everyone really liked it and I’m ready to work!
Last year I got to shoot this amazing singer during her album release party. She’s not only the mind behind the beautiful music of Dressing Rock, but she’s the drummer for my girl-band - and a heck of a good one. In “Black Brick Road”, the talented Lucy Campos dresses up well known classic rock songs and adds a pinch of bossa, country, jazz and pop: the whole idea behind this acoustic project. You don’t want to miss her versions of songs such as Smoke on the water, Painkiller and Changes. Released by Wet Music, the album also features “Out tonight”, written by Lucy.
Among the difficulties and worries of our everyday lives, there’s one thing that will remain certain: music. There aren’t enough words to describe my love for a cheesy hard rock song and my Gibson guitars.
Last week I didn’t have time to post, but I couldn’t stop thinking about it. I’ve been a little out of the music market since I dove into a corporate gig. Well, ok, it doesn’t matter because music is still alive n’ kicking in me.
The news that caught my eye is that Universal’s acquisition of EMI for 1,9 billion dollars has been approved by the Federal Trade Commission, with a few changes from the initial deal, at least in Europe, along with Sony ATV’s purchase of EMI’s publishing division. Universal, which already holds U2, Jay-Z and Nirvana, now owns the indescribable Beatles catalog, but agreed to sell several assets in order to salvage the deal and close investigations.
According to Billboard.Biz, “UMG has agreed to divest the Eurpean catalogs of Parlophone, Chrysalis, Sanctuary, Mute and Virgin Classics on a global basis, resulting in the sale of assets that generate almost $500 million annually”.
The final deal is expected to be closed by September 28th. For now we’ll have to wait to see what happens with the US approval, which can finally define the decrease from four majors to three: UMG, Sony and Warner.
Thoughts? Help me understand.