Getting to Know: The Resistance Revival Chorus

Posted by Greg on Jan 30, 2018 in Music

One of the breakout moments of Sunday’s Grammy was the emergence of the Resistance Revival Chorus who performed alongside Kesha as she delivered a career-defining performance of “Praying.” The collective, which launched in the summer of 2017, as a result of the Women’s March on Washington, has just launched their debut single, a re-recording of Lesley Gore’s feminist anthem “You Don’t Own Me.” The chorus, which features upwards of 50 women, recorded the song at NYC’s Reservoir Studios with Run the Jewels producer Little Shalimar. Accentuated by lead vocals from Abena Koomson-Davis and Meah Pace, the song is an absolute scorcher and a perfect beacon for the current #MeToo movement. Head to Spotify to listen.


Our Grammy Hopefuls

Posted by Greg on Jan 26, 2018 in Music


For as long a we’ve been music lovers, we’ve tuned in to the Grammy’s. With all the notable deaths in 2017 and even those this month, the memorial music tributes should be worth watching. After all, isn’t that what the Grammys have become? A three hour live concert with a dozen awards sprinkled in for good measure. But we digress. Read more…


Mark Erelli Soars On New Album

Posted by Greg on Jan 26, 2018 in Music

Welcome to 2018, the bar has just been raised.

In folk music circles, there’s those that sing and then there’s Mark Erelli. Anyone who has followed his two-decade-plus career knows that much. His voice is his defining characteristic. A nimble and multi-faceted tenor that propelled him to prominence at the legendary Kerrville Folk Festival in his early 20s, Erelli has also played, coffeehouses, arenas, the Royal Albert Hall and beyond.
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