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IF YOU’RE ONE of these those that can enjoy a band even though most of the founding contributors are gone, consider two cases of groups with zero long-established musicians. Before there was an internet where fans could find up to date information, bands engaged in outright chicanery. When the Velvet Underground played England in 1971 Read More

I’d later become chums with David Ruffin — when our bands would play in Detroit, Ruffin would come to every show and we might sing “(I Know) I’m Losing You,” a Temptations cover off my album Every Picture Tells a Story. His voice was so effective — like a foghorn on the Queen Mary. Tina Read More

Being a musician maps the human mind for fulfillment; achievement in all avenues of life. The learned skills had to excel in music are transferable to every tutorial discipline. Playing a musical device creates a multi-dimensional template-of-first-rate adaptable (and relevant) to each non-public and professional challenges. We know the general public (over 85%) of music Read More

Playing today’s most popular pop, hip hop, soul, R&B, reggae, and funk dance hits to the delight of crowds in every single place, Metro Music Club is of course one of the hippest and trendiest Utah marriage ceremony bands and corporate party bands on the circuit today. The band is simply exceptional, thanks largely to Read More

Despite a tumultuous life and encouraging a variety of controversy, Sinatra’s influence can still be seen today in artists like Michael Buble. Whether it’s a soaring soprano or exceptional baritone, an excellent voice is the cornerstone of significant music. When paired with surprising compositions and expert instrumentation, an iconic voice helps create iconic songs. Koppelman Read More