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  • Concert Review and Live Concert Photography: Zepparella

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Mon, 24 Sep 2018 17:50:00 +0000

  • Concert Review: Brand of Julez

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Mon, 24 Sep 2018 16:59:00 +0000


    By Paul Michael Reklaitis

    Brand of Julez played a solid sold-out show at BLK Live in Scottsdale on Saturday, September 22nd. 

    Brand of Julez is made up of Julez Zamora on lead vocals and lead guitar, Brandon Zamora on bass and backing vocals,  Nick Kashmanian on Lead Guitar and Frankie D’Esposito on Drums.  

    The band hails from the Bronx in New York City and brought the passion and loud raging hard rock that the Scottsdale crowd loved. They connected with the crowd like no other.  The crowd chanted the lyrics with horns raised high and heads banding to all of their songs.  After the show, the band stuck around and signed merch and chatted with their devoted fans.  This band has heavy rock star talent with charisma, power and tons of energy. 









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  • August Tracking Unsigned Artists Interviews: The Darkest Hearts

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Sat, 22 Sep 2018 23:23:00 +0000


    Tracking Unsigned Artists Interview
    TUA: There is something to be said for a name. Sometimes it means something, other times it just sounded right. Where did The Darkest Hearts name come from?


    The band’s name came about when Kramedj and Luke were sitting and chatting about how they were writing a lot of dark songs lately, Kramedj then said it comes from the darkest part of my heart and we broke out laughing and The Darkest Hearts was born.


    TUA: Describe the music you make. (Give details to its sound, lyrics, and structure)
    The Darkest Hearts’ Sound is rock ‘n’ roll at its core while, it takes from many different styles along the way including southern rock, blues, punk, hard rock, pop, and alternative. Imagine when a player from a football team comes out and slaps hands with all the other players that’s essentially what the sound of The Darkest Hearts does with other genres. We love dynamics and diversity so you will not be bored at one of our shows!


    TUA: What formats do you prefer to release your music on? Digital, CD, Vinyl, Cassette, All the above?
    The Darkest Hearts has historically released new music Digital and on CD. We’d love to know if Vinyl is something our fans would like so, Do you? Send us a message: DarkHearts@TheDarkestHearts.eu


    TUA: Your current single playing on TUA's list, “Mississippi Devil,” tell us about the song.
    First, Thank you! That’s Awesome! “Mississippi Devil’s” story began with a girl I (Luke Vavrek) was talking to whom I wasn’t sure of, I was intrigued but also felt a strange vibe that seemed to polarize me and so nothing came of it more than some fun flirting. She shortly after moved to another state for a guy who she’d never met. The music started with the main kinda bluesy groove verse lick that was influenced by ZZ Ward. I played the lick one day screwing around and Kramedj just started wailing a melody that stopped me in my tracks. I was like “holy sh%T!” we need to do this! Kramedj and I collaborated on the lyrics and so there are actual meanings for Mississippi Devil personally to us but one overall theme: Attraction to something that can be dangerous but you can’t live without.


    TUA: In your opinion why is playlisting important or not important to you and music? What suggestions might you give to other bands wanting to utilize Spotify to its fullest?

    Playlisting is absolutely imperative! Visibility is the biggest hurdle I feel for new bands so sharing and playlisting helps spread the word and reach new people who may be into what you do.

  • BLACKTOP MOJO Announce PledgeMusic Campaign to Fund Upcoming Album

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Sat, 22 Sep 2018 22:59:00 +0000

     

    September 12, 2018 - Texas-based hard rock band BLACKTOP MOJO has announced PledgeMusic campaign to help fund their upcoming third full-length album.

    We’ve been writing and cutting demos in preparation for the third record, and we’re really excited about the direction of the new material. We’re also thrilled to have so much support from our family of Fans and friends” - Blacktop Mojo


    Fans can pre-order a selection of items including signed copies of the new album, exclusive t-shirts, fishing with the band, hangouts, and even listing their name in the album jacket.
    "As independent artists, everything we do is fan-funded. We don’t have a record label loaning us a ton of money to make a record. With that, comes some financial pitfalls, but it also means NOBODY tells us how to make music for you guys and we think that’s pretty cool!"

  • The Spider Hole Release Their New Single to Their Coming New Album 'To The Monsters'

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Sat, 22 Sep 2018 22:54:00 +0000

     

    THE SPIDER HOLE Reveal Debut Single Off of Upcoming 'To the Monsters'!

    Kickstarter Campaign to Fund Upcoming LP & Graphic Novel Announced!

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
    September 17, 2018 - Phoenix, AZ based, Dark Alternative Rock Band THE SPIDER HOLE has announced the launch of a Kickstarter Campaign to help support their upcoming LP and associated graphic novel, To The Monsters. The unique project is built around the LP with 11 original songs, each about a different monster, as well as a 100 page horror anthology graphic novel written and illustrated by vocalist Ethan Scott; each story in the novel is about a different band member over the course of one fateful Halloween night.
    To celebrate the upcoming launch, the quartet has revealed their first single, "The Skeleton Wedding," from the album
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    “We were at The Quarry in Bisbee grubbing and waiting to go on stage when Ethan asks everyone in the band what their greatest fear is. He wants to do a horror anthology comic to put out with the new album. Before we were even called to the stage, all four stories were basically written.” - The Spider Hole

    Two versions of the graphic novel will be offered through the Kickstarter, the standard softcover edition, and a DELUXE hardcover edition, which includes 4 additional stories. The hardcover edition is only available to Kickstarter backers.

  • LIT Live at BLK Live Scottsdale, Arizona

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Fri, 21 Sep 2018 17:52:00 +0000

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  • TRASH DEITY Release Highly Anticipated, Debut LP, 'Cross & Divide"!

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 19:18:00 +0000

  • Swiss Dark Metal Band XAON Release Official Music Video for "Zarathustra"!

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 19:10:00 +0000

  • Austin Reggae Rockers AUDIC EMPIRE Release Official Lyric Video for "Turmoil"

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 19:01:00 +0000

     

     Austin, TX based Alternative Rock/Reggae Band AUDIC EMPIRE has released the official music video for their single "Turmoil," the second single from their upcoming LP, Indica Nights. Written by Ronnie Bowen and produced by James Wisner (Silverback Records), "Turmoil" drops September 10th and is available for pre-order NOW!

    "Turmoil is about the struggles of someone fighting depression and how it's all in your mind." - Ronnie Bowen (Vocals)

    Pre-Order "Turmoil" Online NOW:

    Audic Empire has been turning heads in the Austin, TX music scene with their psychedelic, reggae/rock and feel good tunes. They have a high-intensity performance and an astonishing sound with the contrast of two singers Ronnie Bowen & James Tobias, their red-hot solo guitarist Travis Brown, psychedelic keys from Carver Ripley and rock-solid rhythm section Jess Leonard. Audic Empire has played with numerous great artists and festivals. Audic’s first album Sativa Sunrise was released in 2015. They have 6 singles that have been released over the past 4 years, which are available on all online platforms. Currently, the band has finished and about to release their 2nd full-length album Indica Nights with producers James Wisner and Miles Brown. With the rapid growth of their reggae/rock sound, Audic Empire is on the rise with their journey to produce a unifying sound wave of love and music.
    "One Solution through a creative bind"

  • Country Pop Rocker Jaclyn Kenyon Releases New Single "Tombstone"

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 16:45:00 +0000

     

    JACLYN KENYON Releases Official Music Video for "Tombstone"

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
    September 17, 2018 - Nashville, TN - Country artist JACLYN KENYON has released the official music video for her newest single, "Tombstone" Directed by Jordan Davies, the Mike Krompass produced track is the second single off of her upcoming, debut EP.
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    “Tombstone will bring you back to every heartbreak you’ve ever felt. The things you allow in life are the things that will continue and sometimes you have to realize that you're in charge of your own happiness and that happiness might just mean it’s better to let go. ” - Jaclyn Kenyon

    Not knowing who you want to be is a normal part of growing up. Sometimes you have to search again and again to find your voice and who you are. Most importantly, being confident enough at a young age to keep pushing yourself and having the drive to succeed and work hard is why Jaclyn Kenyon is poised to make a real impact in Music.
    With influence from such legends as Shania TwainCarrie UnderwoodMichael Jackson, and excited about such newer young female artists like Maren MorrisKelsea BalleriniCarly Pearce, “A little Rock n’ Roll and A LOT Country” is what you can see and feel just by meeting this 20-year-old Ontario native, who has been going back and forth to Nashville since she was a teenager.
    Always a strong performer, Jaclyn has been on the stage since the age of 12, when she was the youngest performer ever in Canada’s all-female artist showcase Honey Jam, competing against artists twice her age. This prestigious showcase, Canada’s largest and best known, had launched the careers of Nelly Furtado and Jully Black.
    At 15 years old Jaclyn caught the eye of world-renowned vocal coach and multi-platinum producer “Mama” Jan Smith who immediately saw her raw talent. “Jaclyn, as a writer, I believe she can write for anybody,” Mama Jan said of Jaclyn, “Stylistically, she really doesn’t have a lot of limits, which is awesome.”
    After that Jaclyn was fortunate enough to learn more about herself as an artist with multi-platinum writers and producers in Nashville and Los Angeles where she spent time trying to find what inspires her
    “People have always had me try and sing different styles, whether it was Country, Rock or Pop. I’ve always gone along and tried every idea to find my voice. I’ve even had producers make me sing ‘hard rock’ “, says Jaclyn recanting some of the musical adventures she went through as a teenager, “One producer kept telling me to lose my ‘country twang’ in my voice and I didn’t realize that was just a natural part of me.
    Jaclyn’s first single off her upcoming EP, “Daddy’s Got A Shotgun,” was Produced by Mike Krompass and co-written with Nashville luminaries Clay Mills and Steve Diamond.
    In addition, Jaclyn has been writing in Nashville with Producer Mike Krompass, and writers Robbie NevilRich Redmond.
    Said of her brand new song ‘Daddy’s Got A Shotgun’ , ”This is a cute fun song I wrote about an overprotective father, …no matter how old you are you’re always gonna be your daddy’s little girl, right?
    Jaclyn is getting ready for what’s next, “With the great fans I’ve been building, I’ll be able to play live more often than I thought” Said an excited Jaclyn “ I’ll let you know when I play next. Please keep listening and sharing my music”

  • WORLDWIDE PANIC Release Official Music Video for "Party"

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Tue, 18 Sep 2018 16:30:00 +0000

     

     LA Based Heavy Metal Band WORLDWIDE PANIC has released the Diego Gonzales directed the official music video for their newest single, "Party."
    "In my perspective, it was a challenge to us as a band as well as in respect to finding a director. There are no shortages of videographers and directors in Los Angeles County. I know a lot of great ones that are total visionaries and could have easily shot this video and it would have just been another day at the office for them and I didn't want that. I wanted to find someone who had the same passion for the song that we had. The moment I spoke to and met with Diego and showed him the song and saw his reaction we immediately started storyboarding with each other. It was not an easy task to complete in any regard. We wanted something extremely specific that was based on true-life events that occurred in my life. Finding the actors, booking a soundstage, finding a crew, getting props, and be lengthy processes to deal with. A week to the date, Worldwide Panic, myself and Diego spent four hours at a professional soundstage filming the band performance and that weekend we had cast the actors who take this dream and turn it into a nightmare. The scenes portrayed in this video most actually happened to me. It is still difficult for me to watch this and not feel empathy for the actor on screen. I could not believe that those things happened to me in real life and now I am where I am living a happy fulfilling life. I think the rawness captured in this video encapsulates many life lessons I had to learn the hard way. Even with the dark subject matter of the song and video, I like that it is done in a fun way and makes something that was very painful entertaining and fun and teaches people to avoid the many pitfalls that exist in society. It is with great pleasure I present, Party!" - Lane Steele (Bass / Vocals)

    Catch WORLDWIDE PANIC LIVE with FLAW, SMILE EMPTY SOUL, and NEW LINGO on THE FLAWLESS SMILE TOUR!


    "On this track, we had the pleasure of having my good friend Aaron Nordstrom help produce the vocals. He had this to say, “I’ve known Lane Steele for many years since we were in school together. I’ve seen him evolve and work very hard for a while and find his voice as a musician. I had the pleasure of working on the song “Party” and enjoyed it very much. It was a smooth workflow and resulted in a great song. Take a listen and be sure to catch them on the road with Flaw this fall."
    - Aaron Nordstrom (Gemini Syndrome)
    WORLDWIDE PANIC will also be joining FLAWSMILE EMPTY SOUL, and NEW LINGO on THE FLAWLESS SMILE TOUR!
    Tour Dates:
    09/17 @ Paris Theatre - Portland, OR
    09/18 @ El Corazon -Seattle, WA
    09/20 @ Diamondz Event Center - Jerome, ID
    09/21 @ Liquid Joes - Salt Lake City, UT
    09/22 @ Sunshine Studios - Colorado Springs, CO
    09/23 @ Herman's Hideaway - Denver, CO
    09/25 @ Original Bar & Nightclub - Minot, ND
    09/27 @ The Playhouse - Eau Claire, WI
    09/28 @ Offsides - Woodstock, IL
    09/29 @ Pierre's - Ft Wayne, IN
    10/01 @ The Forge - Joliet, IL
    10/03 @ Nikki's - Sturgis, MI
    10/04 @ Empire Concert Club - Akron, OH
    10/05 @ Blue Note - Harrison, OH
    10/06 @ Diesel - Chesterfield, MI
    10/07 @ Nightshop - Bloomington, IL

  • CAMU Releases "Empire State of Sound"

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 16:13:00 +0000

  • Interview with the Steve Satchel Band – In Pursuit of Happiness

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 15:43:00 +0000

  • This Month's Horror Show Review: The Devil and Father Amorth

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Mon, 17 Sep 2018 13:30:00 +0000


    It’s a Horror Show!

    Octavio Ramos Jr. is a lifelong fan of all things horror. In his teens, he began to write reviews of horror movies. Since college, he has been writing fiction in the horror genre, as well as writing reviews and commentary on every facet of horror for magazines such as Video Vista, The Zone, Horrorshow, and Albuquerque Horror Examiner. Contact him at octavio_christine_ramos@msn.com.



    The Devil and Father Amorth: Friedkin Explores Real-Life Exorcist

    By Octavio Ramos Jr.

    More than four decades after directing the groundbreaking horror flick



    Christina has been exorcised many times, and this video is yet another one. The exorcism appears successful, but when Christina’s mother and father are being blessed after the ordeal, the demon makes its presence again, indicating yet another failure.

    The movie then switches to a series of interviews of medical and psychological experts. What is interesting is that many of these experts are open to the idea of “possession,” although they do not stray into the realm of philosophical mores (good and evil) or the supernatural (demons exist). However, they do attempt to explain possible ways that people actually believe they are possessed, but the interviews really don’t dig deep enough, which is likely to leave the bulk of viewers unsatisfied.

    One particularly disturbing snippet from Friedkin comes toward the end of the film when he reveals that Father Amorth has passed away. Fearing that Christina is still possessed, she reached out to her and asks for an interview. Friedkin agrees to meet her inside a church, but without any filming equipment. Supposedly, at this meeting Christina’s boyfriend demands the exorcism footage back, fearing that it will only strengthen the evil inside his girlfriend. Christina’s demon once again takes over and says that it wants the image released. None of this is recorded—viewers must take Friedkin’s narration as the only evidence.

    Although I rather enjoyed the film as a whole, the documentary really provides no definitive answers regarding possession. However, it does validate, in a sense, the recent books on the subject, particularly Baglio’s, which explains that exorcisms rarely succeed once and that priests often battle the same demons or forces in the name of the Roman Catholic Church, which demands that those who claim to be possessed must be examined medically and psychologically before a sanctioned priest can perform an exorcism.

    Although the documentary explains through interviews that a possessed person can perform supernatural feats, such as speaking in dead languages, exhibiting great strength, and even floating in the air, none of these feats are captured in the documentary. Christina does change her facial expressions well, and she does have a hideous possessed voice, but good acting and perhaps voice sweetening can explain these characteristics away.

    Father Amorth is a great person, and he is compelling as an exorcist of the Diocese of Rome. He has a quirky sense of humor. For example, he starts and exorcism by thumbing his nose at the devil. The good father also has a sense of showbiz, and during the exorcism, viewers will catch him looking into Friedkin’s handheld camcorder at times. He even has groupies, as demonstrated while he is blessing a group of young women.


    As with most documentaries of this type, the viewer is left to make up his or her mind about possession. There’s an undercurrent of irony in the documentary in that the demonic voice and other characteristics of possession are likely inspired by the director’s own movie. It would have been something to either witness something truly breathtakingly supernatural or to have heard more insight into the philosophical, social, and psychological fabrics that likely contributing to so many Catholics holding on to the phenomenon that is demonic possession.

    The Devil and Father Amorth is okay entertainment, but for those seeking answers, it is a disappointment. Those looking to experience genuine chills should instead watch Friedkin’s seminal possession flick, which even the late Father Amorth called his favorite movie.

  • TUA: Artist Feature for August TUASpotfiyPlaylist: Lullwater

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Fri, 14 Sep 2018 17:51:00 +0000

    Another artist from Tracking Unsigned Artists August playlist was the band Lullwater. Having released their cover of Pearl Jam's song "Release" the band Lullwater was recently out on tour with Starset and Nonpoint. A new album is coming soon and major tour plans are in the works as well. Catch their single "Release" on

    Tracking Unsigned Artists: There is something to be said for a name. Sometimes it means something, other times it just sounded right. Where did your band name come from? 
    John Strickland: as unoriginal as it is, our former drummer lived on Lullwater Road and one day in practice it just kind of stuck. We’re the only Lullwater band I know of haha.
    TUA: Describe the music you make. (Give details to its sound, lyrics, and structure).
    JS: we make rock music that comes from different influences that the collective group brings to the process. I’m a huge 90s grunge fan so I feel that rubs off. I usually write about what I’m feeling in the moment or something that is bothering me. Rock music has always been therapeutic so most of the songs are heavier and loud. We try to put as much energy into our music as we can.
    TUA: What formats do you prefer to release your music on? Digital, CD, Vinyl, Cassette, All the above?
    JS: I’m a big fan of CDs and vinyl. It’s tangible and it reminds me of being a kid buying records and enjoying an album not just a single.
    TUA: Your current single playing on TUA's list tell us about the song. If there is a music video that goes with it, please share the link.
    JS: I think the single playing right now is our cover of Pearl Jam’s release. Huge fan of Pearl Jam and it was really cool to record it at London Bridge Studios, where Ten was originally recorded.
    “Release": https://youtu.be/q3lzzRSjwBk
    TUA: In your opinion why is playlisting important or not important to you and music? What suggestions might you give to other bands wanting to utilize Spotify to its fullest?
    JS: Playlisting is a great to find new music. For me, I usually go to a rock playlist while driving and just let it play. Always surprising to hear new bands coming out with good music. I would tell other bands to definitely call you guys 



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  • TUA Feature: Monthly Spotify Playlist: August Playlist- Geil U.K. "Hipsters of Hollywood"

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Thu, 13 Sep 2018 18:37:00 +0000


    Tracking Unsigned Artists: There is something to be said for a name. Sometimes it means something, other times it just sounded right. Where did your band name come from?

    Geil U.K.: Fürst vøn Würstenberg’s lifelong dream was to escape the mountains of Europe and entertain people all over the world. When he formed the band with DG Talman and China he wanted a name to honor his roots. 'Geil' is German for ‘rad’ and ‘horny’. U.K.’ may or may not stand for ‘United Kingdom’. If it does it’s because we love the Queen. And Harry Potter. It all sums up what we do: Awesome music with sexy beats and a bizarre sense of humor.

    TUA:  Describe the music you make. (Give details to its sound, lyrics, and structure)


    Geil U.K.: Good question. It’s a combination of many styles. We like all kinds of music and we created a mutant we loosely call it ‘country-industrial’. We’re influenced by Metal, Country, Rock, EDM, Disco, and more. Anything goes, as long as we like it and think you’ll be entertained by it. Most importantly, we want hooks and groovy beats. We feel music has gotten stale, and we want to shake things up a bit. That’s why we combine programmed beats and noisy parts with real instruments, mostly bass, guitar, banjo, etc. We stick with fairly familiar song structures and add a healthy dose of humor, which leads back to the band name.

    Rammstein meets Blake Sheldon. Fall Out Boy meets Johnny Cash. Deadmouse meets Queen. You get the idea.
    TUA: What formats do you prefer to release your music on? Digital, CD, Vinyl, Cassette, All the above?

    Geil U.K.: We only release digitally for now. The kids today don’t really care where the music comes from, as long as they can hear it when they want to hear it. They don’t even care if they own it. Ride-share, gig economy, streaming - it’s all part of the larger changes coming at us. Sharing versus owning.

    TUA: Your current single playing on TUA's list tell us about the song. If there is a music video that goes with it, please share the link.

    Geil U.K.: Hipsters of Hollywood is a light-hearted take on hipstering. We live in the midst of Hipster-central. While the song is making fun of hipster culture, it’s done in a good-natured way, and we’re all having fun. Live is so damn serious we need to be able to poke fun at ourselves and each other.

    TUA: In your opinion why is playlisting important or not important to you and music? What suggestions might you give to other bands wanting to utilize Spotify to its fullest?

    Geil U.K.: Playlisting is becoming increasingly more important, while terrestrial radio’s influence is declining. It’s also part of the major changes mentioned earlier. Some playlisters are like rock stars or at least DJ’s. They can, along with algorithms, create great exposure for artists. It’s vital to use the streaming platforms to their fullest potential.

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  • PRE-SAVE JOE SETTINERI'S NEW SINGLE, "BATMAN CRIES," ON SPOTIFY! AVAILABLE ON SEPTEMBER 21ST

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Thu, 13 Sep 2018 03:46:00 +0000

    Click the link to PreSave the new single by Joe Settineri "Batman Cries"
    When you hit the PreSave you will be entered in to win a pair of Beats Headphones:


  • Interview with Minority 905

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Wed, 12 Sep 2018 10:30:00 +0000

    Embracing individuality and punching major fun into their music Minority 905 is just kicking the pop-rock world into overdrive! We were lucky enough to catch with them for just a few moments and chat. Make sure you check out their latest album 'Dangerous Ambitions.'
    By: Ethan Grey Roland Esquire

    EGR: As a band, how would you describe the concept of the title: Dangerous Ambitions?

    John: To me it’s mostly about going after your dreams no matter what and facing the fears and doubts you might have in your own mind. At the end of the day, I would rather fail than not try at all because I don’t want to ask myself “What If?”.

    EGR: Is there a favourite track off the album that you like to play live?

    John: My favourite song from the album is “Don’t Panic” but I don’t really have a favourite when it comes to playing the songs live. I guess I’ll develop one over time if/when we start playing more shows with bigger crowds that are more familiar with our music. So that way I’d be able to have a better idea of which songs receive the best reactions.

    Steven: A lot of the songs are really fun to play, but Don’t Panic, Future, 27 Club and Soundtrack are my favourites to perform.

    Chris:  I really like Soundtrack, Catching Fire, and What If.

    Spasimir: It’s hard to pick since I love playing all of them equally. I guess songs that are more interesting drumming wise are the ones that I have more fun with. Those are for example What If, Relapse, Smoke and Mirrors, but I think that each song on the album is fun in its own way.

    EGR: In time, do you find it easier to write when you’re out on the road, or when you’re at home?

    John: I haven’t been on the road enough to write but either way I would say at home most likely. I prefer writing when things are quiet and I get to be alone. Not that I don’t want to write with other people but I’d at least like to be prepared and bring something to the table if or when opportunities like that come.

    EGR: Do you prefer to write the lyrics and then the music or vice versa?

    John: Usually I like to work on them at the same time until I finish a verse, pre-chorus, and chorus. It’s very rare for me to write all lyrics first or all music first, but I’m okay with putting filler lyrics or having some gibberish just so I can finish structuring the melody of the song. Beforehand though, I like gathering and collecting my lyrical and title ideas just so I have some direction of what to write about once I do sit down.

    Steven: John tends to write the lyrics and melodies/chords first, and the rest comes later. Sometimes we’ll have an instrumental song ready, and then John will add the lyrics and melody afterward. Catching Fire was written that way, whereas with the rest of the songs the lyrics, chords and vocal melody are written first.


    EGR: Was it difficult to choose which songs you wanted to officially be on the album?

    John: Not really, but we were limited to 12 songs and we had more than that, so it kind of sucks that some good songs didn’t make it. But I think that there’s an opportunity now to just keep some of the ideas in those other songs in mind. I actually wrote a song called “27 Club” when I was first starting to write and it wasn’t a very good song but I kept the idea and eventually after a few years was able to write another song with the same name, which is the one that’s on the album.

    Steven: When it came down to the last 14 songs or so, picking which songs would make the album and which didn’t start to get tough. “Picture Perfect” and “Run This Town” were on the chopping block, but they ultimately made the team.


    EGR: “Lucky Ones” is a beautifully structured song. Would you like to do more acoustic songs in the future?

    John: Yeah I’m definitely open to that if another song I write in the future feels like it would be best as an acoustic song.

    EGR: Are you already working on new music?

    John: I’ve been gathering and keeping track of all my new ideas since the recording for “Dangerous Ambitions” finished but I haven’t really sat down to write all that much. I think after “Broken, Not Beaten” I put a lot of pressure on myself to keep writing and ended up sort of burning myself out because I was forcing it. Thankfully I was able to power through that eventually and write the songs for “Dangerous Ambitions”. Although the time in between recording this album and the last was about 2 and a half years, I didn’t really start to write good songs consistently until the last year before recording; even though I was writing a lot. So this time I don’t really want to do that anymore and just let life and the songs happen more naturally the more I gain new experiences and perspectives. I do want to start sitting down and writing more often now just to get more practice and develop my habits again but without putting so much pressure on myself like I did before. With a clean slate, it’s been fun listening to songs in general and just getting new ideas for the direction of new music in the future because I don’t want to make the same record again.

    Steven: We haven’t started to officially write music yet, but Myself, Chris and Spas have discussed basic things from an instrumental perspective. Ultimately we want to keep exploring our sound and continue to incorporate new ideas into our music.


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  • Song of the Month Stevie Nicks’ “Annabel Lee”

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Mon, 10 Sep 2018 11:30:00 +0000


    From the full-length studio release, In Your Dreams

    By Octavio Ramos Jr.


    I lie down by her side, my darling
    My life, my life, and my bride
    I lie down . . . by her side
    I lie down
    By her side
    I lie down
    By the side
    Oh I lie down
    By the side
    Of my darling
    My life, my life
    And my bride
    I lie down
    Ooooohhh”

    Edgar Allan Poe, with additional lyrics by Stephanie Nicks
    Lyrics © Welsh Witch Music


    Stephanie Lynn Nicks, better known by her moniker “Stevie,” started her musical career while still in high school, when she joined a folk-rock band known as Changing Times. Stevie would then spend several years with her then-boyfriend Lindsey Buckingham’s band, Fritz. The duo would go on to form Buckingham Nicks, and it is the same duo that in January 1975 joined the band, Fleetwood Mac.


    During her time in Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks cultivated her mystical stage persona and began to craft her poetic, symbolic lyrics, some of which explored the darker and more magical things in life. One standout track is “Rhiannon,” originally recorded on the Fleetwood Mac’s self-titled album in 1975. The song was inspired by the novel Triad, written by Mary Bartlet Leader. The novel centers on a woman, Branwen, who is possessed by another woman, Rhiannon. Stevie’s lyrical take is filled more with enchantment than overt horror, but there are elements of the dark, such as the following: “She is like a cat in the dark/And then she is the darkness/She rules her life like a fine skylark—/And when the sky is starless—.” This type of interweaving of dark and light would become a Stevie Nicks trademark, particularly during her solo career.

    In 1981, while still a member of Fleetwood Mac, Stevie Nicks began a solo career. To date, she has released eight full-length studio albums as a solo artist. Her 2011 release, titled In Your Dreams, features a number of stellar tracks, including “Moonlight (A Vampire’s Dream),” “Ghosts are Gone,” and a musical composition of Edgar Allan Poe’s poem “Annabel Lee.”


    The major challenge behind “Annabel Lee” was crafting the music so that it preserved Poe’s captivating words and poetic prowess, so Stevie Nicks worked with session guitarist great Waddy Wachtel to flesh out the musical component of the composition. Wachtel's guitar riff works hand-in-hand with Stevie Nick’s wonderful melody line, with the percussive beats really kicking in toward the end of the song, giving the song a dance vibe. Stevie’s melody works right off the poem’s lyrical structure, and it’s simply amazing how the music complements the words, even as they change from stanza to stanza.

    Lyrically, the bulk of the poem is left unaltered, with the words of Edgar Allan Poe given center-stage and delivered with aplomb. Once the poem proper is over, Stevie adds her own personal lyrical extension, basically taking Poe’s words and weaving them with her own distinct flair.

    “Annabel Lee” is one of Poe’s final poems, originally published in the periodical Sartain’s Union Magazine of Literature and Art in January 1850, three months after his death in 1849. Like many of his poems “Annabel Lee” tells the tale of a man (the narrator) who falls in love with a beautiful woman, only to lose her to death. The poem reflects Poe’s own bouts with tragedy, including the death of his wife (a cousin whom he married when she was just 13 years old), Virginia Clemm. In an interesting reflection in the poem, both the narrator and Annabel Lee are children when they fall in love. This assertion reflects Clemm’s own age when she married Poe and perhaps hints and the child-like nature of Poe himself. In the poem, Poe celebrates primitive emotions, but he also recognizes that the primitive can become complex, even bizarre, mirroring his own obsessions, such as jealousy, worship (rather than simple love), and obsession.

    Poe referred to “Annabel Lee” as a ballad, and so Stevie Nicks has taken a step further and crafted a musical ballad, one that preserves Poe’s original words and brings them to new life with an enchanting musical score.

  • Scorpions LIVE: Concert Review

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Mon, 10 Sep 2018 02:59:00 +0000

  • Michigan band, Great Van Fleet on tour, transcend time with throwback sound

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Mon, 10 Sep 2018 02:32:00 +0000

    By: Linette Britt
    Thrilled to announce that the October 11th  Greta Van Fleet show at The Sylvee, Madison, WI is sold out. Wisconsin knows great new music!
    There has been a lot of talk about these four young men, three of them brothers,  and their throwback sound. With a majestic sound the likes of Led Zeppelin, and the swagger to match, they are a young band that is sincere in their hopes to make their own mark.
    Currently the band two EP’s out and on are on the cusp of delivering their first full-length 10 song LP.  People around the industry are looking at this forthcoming release to see what they will build from here. Their talent is undeniable, as is their passion and intensity. Their live shows can be described as  giant walls of sound with savage guitar shreds, crushing drums and Josh’s dynamic howls and wails that shake you and draw you into a fervor. Much like lightening in a bottle, they have captured something elusive and powerful, and are now showing it off to the world.
    I look forward to seeing them deliver a smashing performance, cutting their teeth on their first major tour.  The band have set out on a worldwide Fall tour that started in Seattle WA and ends in November in Manchester, UK.  More info on dates and tickets for N. America , Europe and Asia can be found on their website.
    Their new album will be out shortly after, on October 19th, entitled  ‘Anthem of a Peaceful Army’ on Lava/Republic Records. Pre-ordering available now here :  


    You can listen to the recently released “Watching Over” from the upcoming album here :
    https://open.spotify.com/album/5drm3wLjSo4Uvpk1riFe1l


  • WORLDWIDE PANIC Reveal High Energy New Single, "Party"!

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Thu, 06 Sep 2018 19:15:00 +0000

     

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
    September 5, 2018 - LA Based Heavy Metal Band WORLDWIDE PANIC has revealed a first listen to their newest single, "Party." With production collaboration from GEMINI SYNDROME's AARON NORDSTROM,
    "This song is a chronicle of my battles with substance abuse and how a lot of fun can in my case, lead to life feeling hopeless. There is a message of "dark hope" in this song. I feel like sharing my story in the most transparent way I can hopefully will help others make better life choices"
    - Lane Steele (Bass / Vocals)

    WORLDWIDE PANIC to Join FLAW, SMILE EMPTY SOUL, and NEW LINGO on THE FLAWLESS SMILE TOUR!


    "On this track we had the pleasure of having my good friend Aaron Nordstrom help produce the vocals. He had this to say, “I’ve known Lane Steele for many years since we were in school together. I’ve seen him evolve and work very hard for awhile and find his voice as a musician. I had the pleasure of working on the song “Party” and enjoyed it very much. It was a smooth workflow and resulted in a great song. Take a listen and be sure to catch them on the road with Flaw this fall."
    - Aaron Nordstrom (Gemini Syndrome)
    WORLDWIDE PANIC will also be joining FLAWSMILE EMPTY SOUL, and NEW LINGO on THE FLAWLESS SMILE TOUR!
    Tour Dates:
    09/14 @ Full Circle Brewing - Fresno, CA
    09/17 @ Paris Theatre - Portland, OR
    09/18 @ El Corazon -Seattle, WA
    09/20 @ Diamondz Event Center - Jerome, ID
    09/21 @ Liquid Joes - Salt Lake City, UT
    09/23 @ Herman's Hideaway - Denver, CO
    09/25 @ Original Bar & Nightclub - Minot, ND
    09/27 @ Hipps Pub - Eau Claire, WI
    09/28 @ Offsides - Woodstock, IL
    09/29 @ Pierre's - Ft Wayne, IN
    10/01 @ The Forge - Joliet, IL
    10/03 @ Nikki's - Sturgis, MI
    10/04 @ Empire Concert Club - Akron, OH
    10/05 @ Blue Note - Harrison, OH
    10/06 @ Diesel - Chesterfield, MI
    10/07 @ Nightshop - Bloomington, IL

  • Album Review: PVMNTS New Album: Better Days

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Wed, 05 Sep 2018 19:42:00 +0000


    Craving something new? Something to leave you going, “How the in the bloody world is this so good?” Well, Los Angeles, California has got that something to give to the world.

    Album Review: Better Days
    by: Olivia Marsala


    In this past mid-August, PVMNTS released their new EP: Better Days. And it is absolutely smashing back to back throughout the entire work. Track to track, the trio delivers an energy that is simply a rush in the veins.


    With the high-intense passion felt through the EP, it almost feel as if Better Days is an open book for the trio. The lyrical content is emotional to listen to, especially within the song “Heavy Moon.” No-pun intended, but the song begins with a heavy shock to the heart as it is sung, “When my friends ask me how I’m doing, I smile ‘I’m okay.’


    Despite these emotional lyrics from the band, these three mates also have a way with making their music undeniably uplifting. As Freddy Ramirez and Tyler Posey exchange turns on the vocals, they also share the guitar and bass work. Even while sharing the instruments, there is a remarkable unity and flow. And the drum work from Nick Guzman beautifully keeps in pace with Ramirez and Posey, showing that these guys are not only band mates, but they are friends as they perform together.


    Better Days is a complete classic pop-punk soundtrack. Produced by Kyle Black who has worked with artists such as New Found Glory, All Time Low, and Senses Fail, PVMNTS is definitely on their way to ‘better days’ with their hard work, passion, and drive to create something remarkable in the music world.


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  • Interview: At the Heart of Guitarist Shani Kimelman

    cowgirlzenentertainment.com | Wed, 05 Sep 2018 01:09:00 +0000



    PC: Joe Schaeffer Used by Artist Permission


    "First and foremost when it comes to playing your guitar you must make sure it’s tuned..." Shani Kimelman



    Allyson Jaynes: Some people pick up a guitar and just play. Others become their guitar and create. Which fits you, Shani?
    Shani Kimelman: I love playing other’s music as much as I love creating my own. Sometimes I’m in the mood to play a certain song or work on technique, and sometimes I just feel like writing or noodling around. I also like creating music without having a guitar in my hands. It helps me think outside the box (or the fretboard) and come up with totally different ideas.



    AJ: Watching your videos on YouTube along with the rest of the world one might see an old soul. There’s history in your eyes. Shani who was it that influenced you musically, physically, mentally and spiritually on this journey so far?
    Shani Kimelman: There are so many musicians that influenced me. From family to friends and people that I've met along the way. I can’t name them all but they know who they are. And of course, my guitar heroes: Paul Gilbert, Nuno Bettencourt, Van Halen, Greg Howe, Jason Becker, Marty Friedman..they, and many other guitarists and bands, have been a great inspiration for me and the reason I chose this path.

    AJ: What song would you write and play for those who guided you?
    Shani Kimelman: Either "Space Cats" or “Psylence”! Both from my EP Escape Velocity:


    AJ: Our youth need role models... do you ever stop for a moment and catch yourself realizing the role you’ve taken on?
    Shani Kimelman: All I know is that I do what I love and I set up goals for myself and go chase them. If I can be a role model to anyone then that’s a huge compliment and an honor.



    AJ: If you had an audience captured in an hour of undivided attention what would be one story you’d share with them? What would be one cover song you’d play for them and why?
    Shani Kimelman: That’s a hard one. I’d play a cover of "Shine On You Crazy Diamond" by Pink Floyd. That’ll take care of about 20 minutes. :) One story I’d share is about the day I decided to change my life and move to the U.S.

    AJ: If given the chance to design the ultimate guitar to not only sound precise to your liking but artistically be aesthetically pleasing to you what would be your must haves from beginning to end?
    Shani Kimelman: My Dream guitar would be a combination of Ibanez 92UCGR Cosmic Swirl II and the Ibanez Jem. It will have a Maple neck and fingerboard, Basswood body, 24 jumbo frets, and the pickup configuration and bridge would be like the Ibanez Jem - 2 DiMarzio Evolution humbuckers for the neck and the bridge, and one DiMarzio Evolution middle single coil, with an Edge Pro bridge. It’ll have the Cosmic Swirl II finish and black pearl inlays.

    AJ: Where does your soul connection begin with music?
    Shani Kimelman: My roots in music began with an introduction to the blues. Muddy Waters, B.B. KING to name just two. It felt right, like the grit and crackle of vinyl spinning on an old stereo in a gin-soaked bar room. I was exposed to Jazz music at a very young age and was always attracted and fascinated by the power of chords and harmony. Later I discovered Rock and Metal. When I discovered bands like Pantera, Fear Factory, TOOL, Mr. Big, Aerosmith, Extreme and more, that’s when I knew I want to be a guitarist.

    AJ: What do you favor? Touring, creating, or recording?
    Shani Kimelman: Right now I favor touring. I really enjoy traveling and performing. But it starts tickling me if I don’t write or record something for a while and what I’m really looking for is a good balance between the three.

    AJ: It would seem you are well read. Do you have a favorite book or author?
    Shani Kimelman: I don’t have a favorite author but my all times favorite books are The Catcher In The Rye by J.D Salinger and Life Of Pi by Yann Martel.

    AJ: Do you lean more towards science and the arts overall would you say or literature and a command of language?
    Shani Kimelman: Science and arts.



    AJ: The future is wide open to possibilities Shani, do you foresee a clearer path for females in this industry?
    Shani Kimelman: I think at the end of the day, if you want to make it in the industry, you need to be good enough at what you do so it won't matter anymore if you’re a male or a female. Music has no gender and the path is the same for males and females. So if you work hard and willing to do whatever it takes to get what you want you’ll get it regardless of your gender.




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