The Real Jersey Shore: The Jersey Shore Captured by Local Photographers by The Asbury Park Press - Products - Pediment Books
Buy this book! One of my photos will be featured in it! So excited!
Monday, October 24, 2011
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Tuesday, August 16, 2011
Monday, February 14, 2011
Get free music from Joey Ryan at http://www.joeyryan.net/
Anyone giving away free music on Valentine's Day qualifies as My Valentine!!
Joey's a west coast singer songwriter and his songs should be heard, especially my favorite tune, "Queen Jane." He is giving away 2 of his cds on his site...go get your free downloads...it's a real bargain!!
JOEY RYAN KENTER CANYON
Joey Ryan's "Kenter Canyon" was produced by Tony Berg (Jesca Hoop, Aimee Mann) and features performances by Sara Bareilles, David Rawlings, Z Berg, Matt Chamberlain, David Mansfield and Patrick Warren. With harmonies by Bareilles, the opening track “Broken Headlights” pays tribute to the shockingly clear Los Angeles air after it rains, gracefully likening it to the confessions of a long-hidden love. The disc sets a new standard among the already rich and bountiful catalog of the young performer.
Broken Headlights (w/ Sara Bareilles) (3:19)
Walls Come Down (3:50)
Queen Jane (w/ Dave Rawlings) (3:30)
Permanent (w/ Z Berg) (4:26)
produced by Tony Berg
Recorded and Mixed by Shawn Everett
at Zeitgeist Studio, Los Angeles, CA
Monday, January 24, 2011
One of the best things about this band is that they pull out all the stops every show they play.
Another thing; they’re an epic band that hasn’t had the commercial success they deserve. That’s all good with me, better to see them in small venues and have my psychedelic, country, alt rock mind blown, each and every time I see the Old 97′s live.
Thank you to Marie Popichak for the awesome video of a recent live show in NYC.
Monday, January 10, 2011
Whenever I tell anyone about Bess and her music, I always have to finish up with...Bess Rogers Rocks...and so she does. She rocks on guitar; and she rocks whist playing and singing lovely back up harmonies in Ingrid Michaelson's band.
As a solo artist she writes smart, witty songs that make me wanna dance. Her live shows are unpretentious and by the end of her first song the audience knows that Bess is there to have a good time. Give a listen to Bess, surely she'll make you smile, after all, Bess Rogers rocks.