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For many aspiring songwriters/musicians, the idea of going into a professional recording studio to work on their songs might seem far-fetched, cost-prohibitive and an implausible dream. Certainly, there are hurdles that to the uninitiated would appear to be insurmountable, but it can be done! Here’s my story about how, with the help of OCL Studios, I was able to work with some stellar musicians, record a couple of my own songs, and turn a basement dream into reality. From the Basement to The Recording Studio: A Personal Musical Travelogue I’ve been playing music and writing songs for pretty much all…

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David Byrne has been more than a “musician.” For years as the Talking Heads’ focal point and dynamic lead vocalist, he and his band pushed the envelope of what a musical group can be, and what being an “entertainer” can fully encompass. This has continued well into his solo career and, lately, his American Utopia tour — a richly innovative visual experience that extends to a Broadway run this fall. Byrne’s latest endeavor? An online publication titled Reasons to Be Cheerful, which was announced over the weekend and aims to be just that: a means of coming together to discuss…

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On Sunday, October 23, The Tribe performed a relief concert at the E Spot Lounge in Studio City, Calif. for the victims of Hurricane Matthew in Haiti. Hurricane Matthew was the strongest hurricane to hit the Caribbean since Felix in 2007. It left a trail of destruction in Haiti and stunned those emerging from the aftermath. This devastation prompted The Tribe’s executive producer, Kevin Wachs, who is also CEO of Earthly Body, Inc., to organize a relief concert to help the hurricane victims in Haiti. He called upon, Lauri Reimer, project developer and production team member of The Tribe, to spearhead an…

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College football season is right around the corner, and the days leading up to kickoff now have a feel-good story associated with them — specifically Florida State University receiver Travis Rudolph. Visiting Monford Middle School recently to meet with some young students, Rudolph was at the cafeteria and noticed a boy named Bo Paske sitting by himself. Bo, who is on the autism spectrum, was eating his lunch by  himself…so Rudolph took a seat next to him. The gesture was captured via photo and Paske’s mom shared it to Facebook, where it’s since gone viral: The Orlando Sentinel caught up…

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Trendy Towne, Southern California Sick and tired of everyone telling him his writing “sounds like an Onion article,” humor writer Dixon B. Tweenerlegs committed suicide yesterday by intentionally fighting a gorilla, which, ironically, was the exact subject of an Onion parody piece in October of 2009. Sheriff’s department spokesman Steve Hannah said Tweenerlegs’ mangled, feeble writer’s-body was found torn in two – the top half inside a Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf in Studio City, the bottom half draped over a table outside a Starbucks in West Hollywood – two places Tweenerlegs frequented.  “You don’t often see suicidal writer’s body parts…

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Cigarette popularity has been declining for years in the U.S. and the machines have been removed and outlawed just the same, but now that smoking has been deemed socially unacceptable throughout the world the question remains: What will happen to all those cool vending machines? Clark Whittington, an artist from North Carolina, may have the answer. It started in 1997, when Whittington had the idea to use one of the recently banned machines in his upcoming art show. He refurbished the machine, calling it the Art*o*mat, and filled it with twelve of his paintings and photographs, which dispensed for $1.00…

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Animal welfare advocates in upstate New York received unexpected aid last year from an anonymous, bizarre “Deer-Man,” who waged a multi-pronged and ultimately successful attack campaign against a controversial and brutal plan to eradicate the local deer population. Employing the power of popular social-networking sites such as Facebook and YouTube along with more traditional tools such as the Freedom of Information Act, “Buck Van Deer” orchestrated a relentless personal crusade that exposed the backroom machinations of government, and mobilized the local citizenry. Is this the new model for “fighting City Hall?” Rock Cellar Magazine tracked down this unique story of…

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Southern California-based organization Music to Heal thinks it can. MTH strives to harness the healing powers of music to give hospital patients a little musical cheer every day through its various programs, including musical therapy and free instrument rental. Staying in a hospital for an extended period of time can be a drag, but the folks at Music to Heal try to make it more enjoyable. The organization provides free music lessons to hospital patients, among other therapy methods. The lessons are among Music to Heal’s most popular programs. The volunteer-led lessons are usually taught by “young healers” from the…

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