You see that beautiful piece of zebrawood I'm holding? That gorgeously crafted piece of art? That is my electric-acoustic Ibanez, commonly known as Troy. (Side note: My first guitar was a classical named Gabriella, so maybe you can connect the theme here. I unfortunately can't plug her in or put a strap on her, … Continue reading Troy and His Series of Unfortunate Events
For my Intro to Digital Hybrid Media Class, my professor had us listen to a couple podcasts on Song Explorer. On this website, artists take apart their music piece by piece. If you want to hear musicians dissect their work, I'd highly recommend to check it out! I scrolled down and stopped when I saw … Continue reading Song Explorer- an aid for the music nerd
After a night out in Lower Greenville with my closest girlfriends, we passed by this record shop and had to stop by. I returned from this gloriously cool place with a Barbara Streisand Greatest Hits CD, of course.
Ed Sheeran took a year off. He got rid of social media, communicating solely through email, and traveled the world with his girlfriend. He came back, finished up ÷, and has recently released it. The following is a breakdown of each song, pulled from an interview (which will be in a link in Part 2), … Continue reading ÷ | Ed Sheeran’s New Album: Thoughts and Fun Facts Part 1
https://youtu.be/bIB8EWqCPrQ Supermarket Flowers In a previous album, Ed had released "Afire Love," one of my favorite songs of his, as a tribute to his late grandfather on his father's side. Here is another song about a grandparent, this time about his late grandmother on his mother's side. His grandmother was very ill and passed away … Continue reading ÷ | Ed Sheeran’s New Album, Part 2
Artists covering other artists- some of my favorite celebrity covers on Youtube.