The recording medium itself has changed what it means to perform and share music.
Musical styles change dramatically over time. But people always enjoy looking back on the popular songs of the past. Here’s a sneak of what today’s hits may sound like to people 20 years from now…
Do you really never want to be able to use that song again? Al DeLuise didn’t think so, either.
Matt Bussen’s soulful in-flight rendition of Michael Bublé’s “Home” gives voice to every soldier’s feelings on homecoming.
Gerard Kersey wants us to all see our responsibility in helping to change the culture and mindset of our young people through the way we use language.
Sure I could give you a list of starting fresh songs, but how about some songs about years instead?
Chris Bernholdt didn’t expect to laughed at for being a stay at home dad, but found solace in the words of one of the first songs ever written.
There are few things as cute as a kindergarten holiday concert, but this little girl found a way to take it up a notch.
Are you looking for some new material at lullaby time? Jeff Bogle has got you covered!
A geese family, two youngsters, and a flute help revive Spoon Jackson’s inspiration.
For any given memory, Lisa Hickey will always choose to remember the good.
Josh Bowman shares what he has learned about singing from people who are better at singing than he is.
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TrèsSugar chronicles the steamiest moments on the VMA stage.
“I identified with hip-hop artists because I felt similar pain, anger, and separation from the ‘mainstream’ culture.”
This is a comment by Deborah on the post “Hip Hop Generation Masculinity: The Story of Tupac, Biggie and Me”.