Trey Connor started off playing guitar when he was eleven after stereotypically being inspired by the video game Guitar Hero. It wasn’t until he was thirteen when he tried singing. Trey picked up the bass and drums along the way and really got into writing music.
Betweenzone is a German band which has released in the late 1990s and 2000s mainly electronic dance and experimental music tracks. In regard to their latest releases, their music is difficult to pigeonhole, amalgamating elements of electronic dance, indie-rock, and retro rock with tinctures of psychedelia tossed in for flavor. Current band members are: Dave M. Rile: Vocals and production (since 1996); East: Guitars and Bass (since 2000).
Music started for Alex Di Leo when his grandma randomly gifted him an acoustic guitar for his 10th birthday. Two years later he put a band together with some friends to enter the 5th-grade talent show and they ended up winning.
Raquel de Souza is a singer/songwriter who grew up with a love for various genres. Raquel’s music can be described as a blend of country, rock and pop.
In mid December, more than 8,000 musicians gathered in Seoul, Korea, in an attempt to break the Guinness World Record for largest orchestra. The orchestra was made up of amateur musicians from churches located around the country.
Using mathematical analysis, researchers from the Max Planck Institute in Frankfurt, Germany, found that the thrush nightingale can sing in an off-beat “swing time” like jazz musicians.
Formed in early 2014, Sweet Sweet is an American folk duo from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina comprised of Jeremy Dunham (guitar, vocal) and Kerrine Gifford (cello, vocal).
What do you do with more than 1,000 musical instruments in disrepair and no funds to fix them? That was the dilemma faced by The School District of Philadelphia. Now a new project, Symphony for a Broken Orchestra (symphonyforabrokenorchestra.org), funded by the Pew Center for Arts & Heritage and The Barra Foundation, seeks to remedy the situati
A Music Week study that analyzed the top 100 singles of 2016 found that an average of 4.53 people wrote the hits, and those in the top 30 averaged 4.67 people