With three albums to her credit — Morning Pill (2007), In Avanti (2010), and AC3 (2011) — Alexx Calise has more than proven herself as a singer, songwriter, and guitarist. Still, when the time came to return to the studio, she both wanted and needed to take her creativity to the next level. Partnering with producer Warren Huart, she wrote and tracked her new album, Addition by Subtraction, with Huart and his team at Spitfire Studio. The ten resulting songs present Alexx Calise in a new light — still the rock musician that her longtime fan base knows and loves, still the balladeer whose hit song “Cry” brought her a whole new audience via the television shows Dance Moms and Abby’s Ultimate Dance Competition, but now with the edge and maturity that come with life, experience, and the mentoring touch of an A-list producer. 
Originally from New Jersey, Arielle has lived in California most of her life. She started singing at the young age of five with the Peninsula Girls Chorus, and shortly thereafter began piano lessons, and then ultimately picked up the guitar at the age of 10. Influenced by rock icons Brian May, Jeff Beck, Jimmy Page, Slash, Tommy Emmanuel, Steve Vai, and many others, Arielle practiced and studied and by the age of 16, she could shred with the best. 
Interview with Eric Sands and Alex Auxier of Orange USA, Atlanta, GA Most guitar players and enthusiasts are completely enthralled with Fender, Marshall and even Vox amps to mention a few. But there’s another amplifier manufacturer that has found its...
As a singer, songwriter, dancer, and musician, Mags has taken the definition of talented and reimagined its entire meaning. Leaving her home country of Ireland to pursue her dream, this noteworthy woman’s determination and belief in herself is what...
British blues guitar player and singer, Joanne Shaw Taylor, has amassed praises from her peers like Joe Bonamassa, Dave Stewart (The Eurythmics) and Foreigner, among many others. When it was mentioned that Jake Kiszka of Greta Van Fleet told...
New to the music scene with her debut album Heroine is New York City-based artist Kate Grom. Growing up on her parent’s farm in Frenchtown, NJ, she was inspired by its beauty and the nature of the American countryside...
The husband and wife duo, Carolina Story, consists of Ben and Emily Roberts, who met while attending college. While dating, the duo decided to take a camping trip to North Carolina, where the foundation for their first song would...
Fireflight, the Christian rock band from Orlando, FL, is set to release their fifth album titled INNOVA next week on May 5th, which was funded through a successful PledgeMusic campaign, just in time to celebrate the band's 15th anniversary.  The album will be released independently through The Fuel Music and features writing and producer credits by Geoff Duncan (Rapture Ruckus), Rusty Varenkamp (whose accolades include four Grammy-nominated albums), Joshua Silverberg (Thousand Foot Krutch, tobyMac) and Kipp Williams (Newsboys, Mandisa).
Paula Boggs Band has released stunning new holiday track, “Mistletoe & Shiny Guitars.”  The six-piece Soulgrass group celebrated the song’s release on the road, as they finished up their west coast tour with stops in Altadena, CA, Bainbridge Island,...
Rayla is an emerging singer-songwriter, who at the age of 17, has an impressive resume of songwriting and stage credits. She's been handpicked to open for such heavy hitters like Daya, Olivia Holt, and Jana Kramer. She recently went...