Handsome Lady puts forth their sophomore collection of recordings for your listening pleasure. Your role is to purchase it.
Chuck Rainey is a legendary bassist who is currently in need of financial support after suffering a stroke in late 2011. You can contribute to his ChipIn.com Fund to help.
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The Hickoids will donate funds from t-shirt and LP sales, along with Saustex Media taking donations, to help with medical/hospice care bills for Tony Johnson of the Offenders
Artists Against Foreclosure formed in reaction to a single artist's plight but is now growing to serve the needs of thousands across the country.
The Cactus Cafe was Townes Van Zandt's "home." Lyle Lovett, Shawn Colvin, Nanci Griffith, and Ani DiFranco made their names there. Billboard magazine listed the Cactus among 15 "solidly respected, savvy clubs" nationwide "from which careers can be cut, that work with proven names and new faces." On January 29th of this year, management announced the Cactus Cafe's pending closure. The ensuing story is here: www.SaveTheCactusCafe.org.
Cameron Giddings speaks candidly about taking his music from out of his home studio in Houston to the stage of the Key Club in Los Angeles, where he has opened for the likes of Paul Wall and MIMS.
What I had initially, and admittedly skeptically, thought could be a watered-down church service ends up having a significant impact on me, and very likely more than just a few others.
Something that was said...spurred within me...this essay-of-sorts addressing numerous aspects of the power of musical inspiration.
Anni Lam is the founder and of Parc Landon, a multi-faceted entertainment booking agency. She takes a working lunch break to visit with Coyote Music about her company, inspiration, and the naked truth about indie artists touring internationally.
Grey Holiday journeys from being a solid young club band to signing a record deal.
Originally posted on www.asiansinamerica.org.
Frontman Mark Duplass fearlessly negotiates interstate highways while conducting frank Coyote Music interview.
Many musicians would be content with having Jordana Brewster star in the video to their Billboard Top 20 Single, but to Michael Raphael taping that video was merely a brief moment in a career that has fulfilled childhood dreams and caused enough frustration to quit playing music almost entirely.
Venue turns away some fans, organizer sets sights on bi-coastal events.
Coyote Music participates in AJL showcase; excerpted from BMI.com.
From the other side of the mirror...an interview of A&R rep Wiley Koepp by Soundwerkz Entertainment and P2PBands.com Owner, Rob Gilmore.
Excerpted from austin.citysearch.com and quoted on a 54 Seconds fan website.