Super BOGO Promotion-IK Multimedia 20th Anniversary

    English: Lil’ Kim, Actor, Grammy Award winning, American multiy platinum rapper. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)           IK Multimedia 20th Anniversary Super BOGO Buy and register IK Hardware or Software products and get IK Software FREE Introducing our 20th Anniversary Super BOGO – a mega “buy-free” that gives you the production tools you need for an amazing value. Buy One, Get One… it’s a beautiful thing. Read More

All About The Best Stomach Exercises

The Best Stomach Exercises   Embed from Getty Images It is only natural, most people want to look their best, and exercising their stomach muscles is usually a huge part of most fitness programs. If so much time and energy are going to be focused on this muscle group, it is a good idea to know what the best stomach exercises are. There are many resources available for finding the Read More

How To Make It In The Music Business, 4 Important Factors

Important Note: This is not one of those guides with no substance that says “Work hard and you’ll achieve it”. Have a read to see what I feel you need to give yourself the best chance of success in the music industry. If you find it helpful, please share with other musicians and band members. Making it in the music industry isn’t an easy task at all. If anyone’s ever Read More

Gimme a Pigfoot (And a Bottle of Beer)

Artist: Bessie Smith Album: Essential Bessie Smith “Any bootlegger sure is a pal of mine,” blues singer Bessie Smith declared in her 1928 recording “Me and My Gin,” and in the last several years of her life, she was intimately involved with one. Recorded a few months after Prohibition formally ended, “Gimme a Pigfoot and a Bottle of Beer” bustles into the party and immediately commands attention. It features an Read More

Knockin’ a Jug

Artist: Louis Armstrong Album: Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man When Pops met Tea: This was Louis Armstrong and Jack Teagarden‘s first recorded encounter, and by some historical accounts one of the earliest meetings of black and white musicians documented in a studio. The session came about at the behest of the young banjoist and guitarist Eddie Condon, after an all-night party welcoming Armstrong back to New York City. Condon Read More