Julian King discusses his journey into song and dance, learning from John Legend on The Voice, his new single and music video, and what’s next for him

Growing up in church, Philadelphia-based R&B singer-songwriter Julian King was surrounded by and cultivated a love for music from an early age.  In the 8th grade, he realized he loved the stage more than anything and began to focus his energy on song and dance, going on to attend the Continue Reading

Haley Smalls discusses her musical journey, shaping her creative vision and process as an artist, her new single, her upcoming project, and what’s next

Toronto native Haley Smalls got her start in music at a young age after her parents, who recognized her talent, signed her up for singing lessons.  She was vocally trained in classical music for 4 years and studied Speech Level Singing with Toronto vocal coach Falconer Abraham, all of which Continue Reading

Anderson East – Aaron Raitiere // Louisville, KY // 3.10.22

Anderson East with Aaron Raitiere Mercury Ballroom Louisville, KY March 10th, 2022   Anderson East brought his Maybe We Never Die Tour to Louisville, KY on March 10th in support of his latest album Maybe We Never Die.  Originally scheduled for February 4th, inclement weather saw the show postponed, and Continue Reading

Thursday – Cursive – The Appleseed Cast – Nate Bergman // Louisville, KY // 3.2.22

Thursday with Cursive, The Appleseed Cast, and Nate Bergman Paristown Hall Louisville, KY March 2nd, 2022   New Jersey post-hardcore band Thursday brought their recent tour to Louisville, KY.  Originally scheduled for January, the show was rescheduled due to inclement weather.  Although a light turnout at doors, the venue quickly Continue Reading

William Ryan Key discusses making music and finding his sound as a solo artist, his new EP, and what’s next

Although he forged his music career in the popular alt-rock band Yellowcard, when the band broke up in 2017, Tennessee-based artist William Ryan Key launched his solo career. He released his first two EP’s, Thirteen and Virtue in 2018, and on February 11th of this year he released his third solo EP Everything Except Desire via Continue Reading

Los Angeles R&B artist Sha’Leah Nikole discusses her journey into music and theater, giving back to her community, her new music video for “Mahogany”, her upcoming sophomore EP, and what’s next for her

Los Angeles-based R&B artist Sha’Leah Nikole developed a passion for music and theater early in life while attending the Amazing Grace Conservatory, a theatrical training institute focused on providing inner city youth with training in both the performing and digital arts.  After attending Alfred University in upstate New York for college, Continue Reading

London-based electronic pop-singer Sofi Vonn discusses growing up in the West Village in NYC, being mentored by renowned music producer Charlie Walk, attending college in London, her debut EP, and what’s next

London-based and New York-born electronic pop singer Sofi Vonn released her debut EP That Was A Close Call in December of 2021.  Says Sofi about the EP, “I’m so excited to finally release my first EP. I was in the same headspace when writing all of these songs (other than Next To Me, which Continue Reading

Adia Victoria // Louisville, KY // 1.28.22

Adia Victoria The Louisville Palace Louisville, KY January 28th, 2022   Nashville-based artist Adia Victoria recently released her incredible new album A Southern Gothic and performed many songs from the album recently in Louisville, KY.  She is currently touring as support for Jason Isbell & The 400 Unit, who performed a Continue Reading

Adia Victoria to join Jason Isbell for select tour dates in January, her first tour in support of her recently released and critically acclaimed new album A Southern Gothic

Adia Victoria will be supporting Jason Isbell on tour this month for select dates including a stop in Louisville at The Louisville Palace on 1/14 & 1/15.  This is the first tour for Adia in support of her recently released and critically acclaimed new album A Southern Gothic.  A Southern Gothic was named one of the best albums of Continue Reading

The National Parks discuss their new album, growing together as a band, creating and curating Superbloom music festival in Utah, and what’s next

In 2013, folk-influenced indie pop band The National Parks, comprised of Brady Parks [guitar, vocals], Sydney Macfarlane [keys, vocals], Cam Brannelly [drums] and Megan Parks [violin], released their debut album Young and have cultivated a loyal following of fans over the years.  Based in Provo, Utah, the 4-piece band has grown into an Continue Reading

AVATARI discusses his journey into music, becoming a solo artist, his latest single, and what’s next

Inspired by the craftsmanship of legendary rock and roll artists such as Little Richard and Mick Jagger, San Francisco alt-rock artist Ari Welkom, better known by the moniker AVATARI, is forging his own path in the California music scene.  He loved and played music from a young age but never Continue Reading

LA artist Arden Jones talks about growing up around music, finding his sound as an artist, his new single and what’s next

LA-based singer, songwriter, and rap artist Arden Jones grew up surrounded by music and was heavily influenced by being near the musical mecca of San Francisco.  Born in Marin County, just north of the Golden Gate Bridge, he spent his childhood around performers and, aside from attending concerts and festivals Continue Reading