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The Dirt: Music journalist Charlotte Rya...

David White / Stuff For self-confessed workaholic Charlotte Ryan, watching her garden grow is magic for the soul. Charlotte Ryan is a music journalist and presenter of RNZ Music 101’s Saturday afternoon show. She lives and gardens in Eden Terrace, Auckland, with her 14-year-old daughter Annie and her cat Minnie. I get teased to watch […]

TV personality and music journalist Alli...

Music industry TV personality Allison Hagendorf knows great sound when she hears it, choosing Leon’s Terra line of outdoor speakers for the outdoor spaces at her husband Brian Jaffe’s new SoCal home . Krissy rushes ⋅ Posted: June 20, 2022 Music industry TV personality Allison Hagendorf knows great sound when she hears it, choosing Leon’s […]

Pioneering Belfast Music Journalist Awar...

Carol Clerk, Northern Ireland’s first outstanding music journalist, will be honored with a new scholarship that will support future journalists from the north. The Carol Clerk Fellowship will provide £3,500 for professional equipment and resources for a future music journalist (female or non-binary with a connection to Northern Ireland). There will be additional mentorship, feedback […]

Music journalist Ben Fong-Torres and the...

As the child of Chinese immigrants, journalist Ben Fong-Torres knew all too well the cruelty of racism. Anti-Chinese sentiment grew in America when China entered the Korean War as an ally of North Korea. Fong-Torres felt the isolating effects of being “different”. It was through music that he found comfort and identity. In the documentary […]

10 great album covers, chosen by music j...

When Fjer released his fantastic electro-soul-pop album You Again with a limited-edition vinyl pressing featuring stunning cover art by fellow Copenhagen native Morten Overgaard, it was a “shut up and take my money” situation. Fjer met Overgaard via Instagram, and says the initial photoshoot for the cover involved both a digital and traditional camera. “He […]

The concert will raise money for a belov...

Wichita musicians and bands have come and gone over the past two decades, but what has remained constant in the music scene during this time are the lyrics and voice of Jedd Beaudoin. For over 20 years, Beaudoin has covered the local music scene and he has hosted the KMUW radio show “Strange Currency”, where […]

MF DOOM biography in preparation from a ...

HipHopWired Featured Video CLOSE Source: Roger Kisby/Getty DOOM MF left an indelible mark on the Hip-Hop landscape, and his influence can be seen in other lyric makers like him. The late Daniel Dumile was something of an enigma, and a new biography hopes to partially lift the veil of the “Supervillain.” As reported by Okayplayer, […]

Ex-Rolling Stone Music Journalist Receiv...

Writer Ben Fong-Torres, best known for his work as a music journalist for Rolling Stone magazine, is … [+] the subject of a documentary now available on Netflix: “Like a Rolling Stone: The Life & Times of Ben Fong-Torres”. Getty Images Not a lot Netflix releases stopping more in my tracks and having priority over […]

A music journalist recounts the six-year...

Michael Barclay had just finished writing about a renaissance in Canadian music when he noticed another one rising to the surface. It was 2001 and the author and music journalist was living in Guelph, Ontario. Have Not Been the Same: The Canrock Renaissance, 1985 to 1995 had just been released. Co-wrote with me an AD […]

A music journalist recounts the golden a...

Links to the breadcrumb Music Michael Barclay, author of Hearts on Fire: Six Years that Changed Canadian Music, 2000-2005. Photo by Liz Sullivan .jpg Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the article Michael Barclay had […]

Music journalist gives back with weekend...

Editor’s Note: This story has been edited to reflect the correct dates of the shows in question. The Independent regrets the error. There’s both a music lover in Rob Duguay, 35, and a compassionate soul who wants to bring some harmony to people with autism or even other life-affecting issues. He is a man with […]

A rising star music journalist has been ...

A rising star journalist has told how she was canceled by her colleagues and the internet for lambasting BLM for vandalizing synagogues over the summer of 2020. Eve Barlow had a meteoric career as a music writer, the journalist – who is Scottish, gay and Jewish – was once said to be “magical” by an […]

Tributes paid to Northern Irish music jo...

“Gavin Martin was definitely one of the good guys,” says Paul Charles. “He was close to a lot of musicians, but wasn’t afraid to set the tone when he felt some of their work was below par. The funny thing is that the majority of artists really liked him. for his honesty…” Tributes continue to […]

Tributes paid to Northern Irish music jo...

“Gavin Martin was definitely one of the good guys,” says Paul Charles. “He was close to a lot of musicians, but wasn’t afraid to set the tone when he felt some of their work was below par. The funny thing is that the majority of artists really liked him. for his honesty…” Tributes continue to […]

Gavin Martin RIP: Music Journalist Legen...

We are sorry to hear of the passing of former NME and Daily Mirror music writer Gavin Martin. The loud, passionate and brilliant writer began his writing career in Belfast during the punk era with his love of The Clash and his Alternative Ulster fanzine and that prickly punk side remained throughout his journey through […]

Tributes paid to ‘true original’ NI musi

Tributes have been paid to ‘visionary’ music journalist and co-founder of Alternative Ulster magazine Gavin Martin after his death at the age of 60. The Bangor-born writer, who was first published in the NME when he was just 13, died while on vacation in Barbados. Martin co-founded the original Alternative Ulster fanzine during the height […]

“Listen to black women”: a playlist by m

Many evenings in her family’s living room, she would sit by the stereo waiting for her song to come on, being very careful not to pick up the disc jockey’s commentary between tracks. The word she uses is meticulous: meticulous about sequencing, about including only the best bits, about taking her taste to the next […]

Kazue Yokoi, music journalist and author...

The essay examines the Japanese alternative scene in the early 2000s and the role of the now defunct gallery and performance space Off Site. Japanese journalist and author Kazue Yokoi shared an essay as part of the Initiative REMAIIN (Radical European Music and its Intercultural Nature). The project, launched in 2020, investigates non-European cultural influences […]

Author and music journalist Greg Tate di...

Author and essayist Greg Tate, known as the godfather of hip-hop journalism, has died of undisclosed causes. He was 64 years old. WBGO Nate chinen was the first to report Tate’s death on Twitter Tuesday morning, Good player reports. AUSTIN, TX – MARCH 12: Greg Tate attends the ‘I Am Richard Pryor’ premiere during the […]

Greg Tate dead at 64: Music journalist a...

MUSIC journalist Greg Tate, author of hip-hop book Flyboy in the Buttermilk, has died aged 64. One of Tate’s editors, a representative for Duke University Press, confirmed the author’s death to PitchFork. 3 Hip-hop author Greg Tate dies aged 64Credit: Getty Images – Getty 3 Greg Tate was a renowned hip-hop writerCredit: Robert A Tobiansky/Getty […]

Music journalist suggests country fans a...

Music news outlet Consequence of Sound launched a story headline on Tuesday that reads, “Country Fans, People Who Love N-Word, Are Buying Unholy Amount of Morgan Wallen Tickets.” And if the title isn’t inflammatory enough, a sentence from the first paragraph of Wren Graves’ story gets more specific: “Country fans and various other racial slur […]

Youko and John: by the Japanese music jo...

Music journalist Yukawa Reiko has been close to Ono Yōko since the mid-1970s. Here, she shares some of her memories of the person behind the famous name. TO INTERVIEW What does Ono Yōko look like as a person? YUKAWA REIKO The first time I saw her on stage was when the Plastic Ono Band performed […]

Maureen Cleave (1934-2021), music journa...

Maureen Cleave was a music journalist who was a confidant of The Beatles, having written about them since their earliest glory days. Beatles and beyond Cleave worked for the London Evening Standard, where she began writing the “Disc Date” column in 1961. She was among the first journalists to write seriously about rock and pop […]

Author and music journalist Marc Myers p...

Myers New Book Available Now Author and music journalist MARC MYERS’ new book, ROCK CONCERT, explores the oral history of the evolution of the rock concert, from 1950 to 1985, and features interviews with ALICE COOPER, STEVE MILLER, BOB WEIR and many others. ‘others. ROCK CONCERT: AN […]

For music journalist Kelefa Sanneh, pop ...

So he began to write about it, and distinctly. In 2002, still in his twenties, he became a pop music critic for the New York Times. Since 2008, he has been a writer for the New Yorker. He has just published his first book, “Major Labels: A History of Popular Music in Seven Genres” (Penguin […]

Digital first impressions matter

In today’s world, it’s likely that the first time a customer meets your business, it won’t be through an advertisement or a storefront, but online. That digital first impression matters more than you might think. As is the case in the real world, you only have one chance to have a great digital first impression. […]

Music journalist Jim Bessman has died at...

NEW YORK (CelebrityAccess) – Jim Bessman, a journalist and music critic who spent more than two decades with Billboard, as well as other music professions such as Cashbox, died Tuesday. He was 68 years old. According to Variety, Bessman died on Tuesday in New York from an aneurysm. Bessman has also battled other health issues, […]

Music journalist Art Tavana steps into t...

Goodbye Guns N ‘Roses: America’s most polarizing crime, beauty, and chaos group Tavana Art ECW April 2021 If there is a hard rock canon, Guns N ‘Roses is one of them. Appetite for destruction (1987) remains the best-selling debut album of all time, featuring talented headbangers, rebellious teens, stoners, classic rock DJs and Guitar Hero […]

Who is Eve Barlow? Facts about the jour...

About Eve Barlow Parents Georges barlow Address Los Angeles, California Job Music journalist Alumni Calderwood Lodge Primary, Scotland, University of Manchester, England, University College London Ethnicity Scottish Jew Great grandfather Gershwin Berelovich Worked for NME (New Musical Express) as associate editor Eve Barlow is a music journalist formerly of NME. But over the years, she […]

American music journalist Gary Graff kne...

Southfield (CW50) – Every major city has a music scene filled with talented upcoming artists and iconic pillars. What makes Detroit’s music scene different and why is it considered to be something special for anyone who is discovering it for the first time? American music journalist Gary Graff first discovered Detroit music in person in […]

John Robb is an English music journalist...

John Robb is an English music journalist and singer of membranes. Robb also writes and performs Stronger than war. He has written several books on music and made media appearances as a music commentator. He writes for newspapers such as The Guardian, The Sunday Times, The Observer and The Independent, several websites, The Big Issue […]

Freelance music journalist speaks out ag...

The Jewish Association HW welcomed freelance music and culture journalist Eve Barlow on Wednesday. Barlow answered students’ questions and discussed his experience with anti-Semitism in the music industry to educate students. Barlow has published reviews and profile articles on Pitchfork, GQ, The Guardian, Tablet magazine and The Los Angeles Times. She previously worked as an […]

Music journalist discovers homosexual lo...

One of the greatest music composers of all time, Frédéric Chopin, was passionately in love with men – although historians previously viewed these relationships as mere friendships. Born in Warsaw in 1810, the composer became one of the greatest musicians of his time. He remains a national hero in Poland – a country strongly divided […]

Zakir Hussain Joins Music Journalist And...

Tabla maestro Zakir Hussain joins music journalist Andrew Gilbert to discuss his pioneering intercultural collaborations. The hour-long Zoom interview will take place live on Wednesday, October 14 at 6 p.m. PDT, and registration is required. Coming from North India’s largest percussion dynasty, Hussain moved from Mumbai to Marin County in the early 1970s. Within weeks, […]

‘Dream Come True’: Avery Co. Music Journ

Eight-year Newland resident Derek Halsey received his 10th International Bluegrass Music Award nomination in July, having written at least 40 bluegrass-related articles each year for more than a decade. Halsey is a freelance journalist who writes for Mountain timetable, Capital At Play in Asheville and the Grammy Award Recording Academy in Los Angeles, California. Since […]

Iconic rock music journalist Nick Tosche...

Nick Tosches, beloved music journalist and biographer, has died at the age of 69. Tosches began writing in the 1960s alongside Lester Bangs and Richard Meltzer. Together, the three rock writers were dubbed “Noise boys” by journalist James Wolcott because of their adventurous writing styles. Rock music journalist and one of the Noise Boys, Nick […]

Chuck Dauphin, esteemed Nashville music ...

Chuck Dauphin, a highly regarded Nashville music journalist, radio personality and 2014 CMA Media Achievement Award recipient, passed away Wednesday evening (September 18). He was 45 years old. A native of Dickson, Tenn., Dauphin (born Charles Frederick Dauphin III) loved country music – and country radio – even when he was young. “I was browsing […]

Veteran music journalist Stuart Coupe is...

Never has there been so much attention to the courage and plight of the Australian roadie, thanks in large part to the significant contribution of Stuart Coupe and his 2018 book “Roadies: The Secret History Of Australian Rock ‘n’ Roll “. Throughout the book, Stuart carefully reveals what goes on behind the scenes and what […]

Iain Shedden, music journalist and forme...

Iain Shedden, former drummer for The Saints and longtime music writer and critic for the australian and Australian weekend newspapers, died at the age of 60. One of the country’s foremost music journalists, Shedden had connections to the best in the business. When Nick’s cave finally open to the agony of losing a son, he […]

Iain Shedden, Music Journalist and Forme...

It was Shedden who interviewed Creation Records founder Alan McGee onstage at the Bigsound 2011 conference for an unforgettable speech that exuded McGee’s wit, sharp tongue and bitterness for the music business that brought him down. have made him rich and famous. The Scottish pair hit it off wonderfully and it was McGee who warmly […]

San Antonio pioneer music journalist Ron...

Music journalist and singer-songwriter Ron Young spent his final days at the hospice surrounded by family and friends and cradled by the local musicians he cherished. Young died Thursday morning of cancer. He was 67 years old. A musical columnist for the San Antonio Light and former contributor to the San Antonio Express-News, Young once […]

Marc Spitz, veteran music journalist and...

Marc Spitz, music journalist, playwright and author, has died at the age of 47. Rolling stone confirmed the author’s death, although a cause was not immediately available. Spitz wrote for publications including Twirl, the New York Times, Vanity Show and Rolling stone and has been the author of several music books including that of 2001 […]

Pioneering local music journalist has di...

Pioneering local music journalist has died aged 64 Pioneer music critic Paul Williams died at his home in Encinitas on Thursday. KPBS cultural reporter Angela Carone said Williams was the founder of an influential music magazine called Crawdaddy !. Pioneer music critic Paul Williams, whose music magazine laid the foundation for publications like Rolling Stone, […]