Archive for March, 2013

Effective Warm Up Exercises You Can Use Before Singing

Sunday, March 31st, 2013
A lot of people enjoy singing--in church, parties and even in the shower. If you are one of them, why not turn that interest into a career? You can take up guitar lessons, singing lessons or in a music school near you and be more than just a karaoke or bathroom singer. With passion and patience, you will soon sharpen up your vocal skills and be able Read The Post [...]

Sennheiser HD 25 Headphones

Friday, March 29th, 2013
By Ivan Kirton My four to five years of continuously using the Sennheiser HD 25 headphones are perhaps sufficient for me to venture into saying that this brand is most probably the ultimate DJ and personal headphones available in the market. Supporting this claim is the fact that the brand has been consistently the top choice of professionals for Read The Post [...]

Rock Around Britain – The Headlands And Rocks Around Our Coasts

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013
Part 3 - The Coast Of Wales Crossing the mouth of the Bristol Channel into Wales, the obvious destination is Milford Haven but we should not miss one of the most fascinating headlands in Britain, Worm's Head. Shaped like a giant sea-serpent and historically named Wurm meaning dragon, it marks the most westerly tip of Gower and is technically an island Read The Post [...]

Top Five Myths About Piano Lessons Exposed!

Wednesday, March 27th, 2013
In the music field, other than the guitar, one of the most loved instruments is the piano. Because of its popularity, you may have even thought about taking up piano lessons in your area, but there are rumors that have reached you and now you are thinking twice about this goal. However, these are just rumors, so don't let them keep you from fulfilling Read The Post [...]

Playing Drums With Chuck Berry And Partying With Ronnie Wood

Saturday, March 23rd, 2013
By Alice Wickham Joanne Ruocco, Drummer and Percussionist, interviewed by Alice Frances Wickham Q: So, JoJo, let's get started, when did you first start drumming? A: I was thirteen years old, I started with the Mercer Ellington orchestra, just after Duke Ellington died; it was a fundraiser for cancer awareness. I went up and did a drum solo, Read The Post [...]

Alsace Festivals – 10 Wonderful Festivals In Alsace Written By A Confirmed Francophile

Tuesday, March 19th, 2013
Huddled next to Germany on France's eastern border, Alsace is a charming region with its own mountain range, thriving wine market, beautiful ancient towns and heady blend of French-German cuisine. It's certainly something special. And its event calendar is no different - featuring a fantastic blend of fairs, festivals and long-standing traditions that Read The Post [...]

Celtic Jewellery

Sunday, March 10th, 2013
The mystical allure of Celtic jewellery harks back to ancient group of people who lived in many parts of Europe between 2000 BC and about 500 AD. By the 6th century AD, Celtic languages stopped being widely used in the continental Europe and was restricted to Ireland, parts of Great Britain (Wales, Scotland, Cornwall and the Isle of Man), and northern Read The Post [...]

Bruno Mars Grabs the Top Spot on the Billboard 200 Recording Chart

Saturday, March 9th, 2013
By Rob Bell After a sequence of behind-the-scene jobs -- from writing songs for Brandy to impersonating Elvis -- singer/songwriter/producer Bruno Mars placed his name on top of the charts by collaborating together with rapper B. o. B. for the single "Nothin' on you. " Born Philip Hernandez in Waikiki, Hawaii, Mars' kicked off his career at age four Read The Post [...]

Tal Farlow – Quite Possibly One Of The Most Unique Jazz Guitar Players Ever!

Thursday, March 7th, 2013
Tal Farlow, currently pinpointed as one of the fabulous swing guitarists of all time, originally set out to be a commercial painter and musician. He did certainly not begin playing the guitar expertly before he was twenty-two. Farlow played the mandolin and the guitar as a pastime from the age of eight. His daddy played guitar, banjo, ukulele and violin, Read The Post [...]

Beginners’ Guide To Playing The Guitar

Tuesday, March 5th, 2013
When I first started to play the guitar, many years ago, my "Bible" was Bert Weedon's "Play in a Day". The basics covered in that little gem are still relevant today. So, once you get your hands on that beautiful instrument, where do you start? Familiarise yourself with the parts of your guitar - and start strumming! The body, hollow in an Read The Post [...]