Trevor Sewell: Hollow Review

Hollow is the latest release from blues multi-instrumentalist, Trevor Sewell. On Hollow, Sewell covers vocals, guitars, bass, mandolin, harmonica, and keys. For the U.K. portion of the record he worked with Trevor Brewis on drums and percussion, Anthony McNally on fiddle and Franky Gibbon on bass and piano. The U.S. portion features Paul Barrere on slide guitar, Linda Chorney and Mia Moravis on backing vocals and Brooke Nickerson as featured vocalist. All the tracks were written, arranged and produced by Trevor Sewell. See More at http://llstrangelove.blogspot.com/

EPISODE 50 Interview with March to May

Hosted by: LouLombardi aka “Loudini”
Title: EPISODE 50 Interview with March to May
Time: 08/22/2015 11:00 AM EDT
Episode Notes: www.podcast.loudinirockandrollcircus.com March to May formed in the Spring of 2013 as a collaboration between singer/songwriters Darren Guyaz and Beth Wesche. Overlaying Celtic folk harp, guitar & keyboards with rich vocal harmonies, they sing deeply relatable stories of every day life and what it means to love, to live, and to reach beyond what seems possible. They sing from the heart, and carry the listener to a place within their own imagination, their own story.
http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/episodePop.jsp?episodeId=1004498&cmd=epipop

Interview with David Michael Miller for BluesRockReview.com

David Michael Miller, Buffalo-based singer/songwriter, has his roots deep in the church and gospel music. His music is anchored deeply in a roots gospel, blues and soul foundation. He fronted several bands as lead singer and primary songwriter, getting airplay all around the country in college markets and gospel stations with previous projects. After a hiatus from music, in 2005 he launched back into the local scene and inspired by professional artists such as Tommy Z, he carried his gospel roots into the nationally known blues and soul scene. This led him to the last 3+ years with Dive House Union (DHU) as lead singer, primary songwriter and secondary guitarist. Dive House Union has shared the stage with such greats as Gary Clark Jr, Bobby Blue Bland, Jonny Lang, Jimmie Vaughan, Shemekia Copeland, Joe Bonamassa, and many more. They also represented Western New York in Memphis, for the International Blues Competition in early 2013. DHU has released two live albums recorded locally at iconic rooms, Kleinhans Music Hall and The Aurora Theater.
 

IMG_5377 - CopyRecently, David has partnered with local producer Jesse Miller for a couple of solo albums. The first of which, “The Poison’s I’ve Sipped,” to be released in December of 2013 and a gospel album to follow in 2014. He competed this past September in the local Memphis Bound competition with his son, Joshua Miller, and won the privilege of representing Western New York again in Memphis January 2014.

 

Interview with Xander Demos

Here’s the LATEST on the Loudini Rock and Roll Circus!
Lou Lombardi aka “Loudini” interviews Xander Demos
Xander Demos is a high-energy rock and metal guitar player from Pittsburgh, PA. He is fueled by the passion to create melodic songs ranging from rock and metal genres to pop and ambient. Xander normally is associated with the rock and metal world but his versatility allows him to be comfortable in many forms of music.
http://www.talkshoe.com/talkshoe/web/talkCast.jsp?masterId=135370&cmd=tc

Interview with Carla Bianco

carla bianco20It’s not easy to navigate a career in the performing arts – let alone three. When you combine careers in both pop music and musical theater, as well as running your own record label, things can start to get hectic with various schedules and demands. Singer-songwriter Carla Bianco has been writing and performing since her youth. Though she writes adult contemporary pop, she has starred in Broadway and off-Broadway productions like Rent and Spring Awakening. So how the heck does she juggle it all?

http://www.loulombardimusic.com/interview-with-carla-bianco/