{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} Kevin Nevel Speaking From The Heart

 

“I’m deployed here in the Afghan War Zone” so; not much happens here other then “Bad Guys” trying to hurts us. Songwriting help me to keep my mind off the “Bad Guys”. Kevin Nevel

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{Behind the Music with Jacqueline Jax} Joanna Weston Talks About Being Inside Out

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Joanna Weston released her debut studio album on April 5th, 2014. Moving from Guildford in the UK, she has been based in The Netherlands working with some incredible musicians, fine tuning each of the songs that appear on this beautiful album. Now released, she is so excited that it’s finally out in the world for all to hear because the end result of all their hard work is truly fantastic!

Joanna and her band took the stage on 5 April 2014 in Utrecht to celebrate the release of ‘Inside Out’, where they performed all tracks, which appear on the album as well as songs from her two previous EPs. ‘Inside Out’ includes audience favourites from her live gigs ‘I Know’, ‘Say So’, and ‘What Are We Fighting For’ plus some new songs that have never been heard before.

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{Behind the Music with Jacqueline Jax} We Are GALILEE

“When it comes to creating my brand or style, I have a 2 year old daughter now and before anyone else hears it, she listens to what I’m working on. If she starts jumping around and dancing, I keep going with the track. If she wanders off, I will usually trash it. She has great taste in music and seems to have a keen sense of what makes a good song. It’s weird for her age to be so tuned in; I think she’s going to end up being a drummer. She has a little snare drum and some shakers that she bangs on while I play guitar. She’s a pretty awesome little monster.” – Douglas Garnett

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{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax } Reflections of Metallica with Alan Vine & Daniel Messemer

Metallica.JPGJacqueline Jax logo photoJoin host Jacqueline Jax for a Behind The Music segment with co-host Co-hosts Alan Vine and Daniel Messemer . This episode talks about Metallica, one of their top 5 rock bands of all time and Daniel’s personal experience meeting  James Hetfield. This show offers a great insight into the rock band lifestyle of the past and present.

 

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{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} Paul Sheridan

 “I’ve always looked at the bigger picture. Where do I fit in? Music? Self discovery is a daily process. I have discovered things that I like about myself. I have also discovered things I hate about myself. I have a feeling that I still have a lot more to learn. ” – Paul Sheridan –  Manchester, UK

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{Behind the Music with Jacqueline Jax} Fly Academic

“If being current and trendy and business-oriented is what you’re going for, I’m not knocking it. But I tried playing that game and I found ultimately that it wasn’t a good fit for the kind of person I really am, deep down. I’ve never been cool, or trendy. I’ve always been sort of counter-culture and left field in my own goofy ways, and that’s really a more honest perspective for me to come from anyway as an artist.” – Fly Academic

 

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{Behind the Music with Jacqueline Jax} Nash Prince

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“My oldest brother Todd was the first to introduce me to music. He was obsessed with everything from Alice in Chains to Tears for Fears. When I was 7 years old Todd passed away and it was something I had a difficult time comprehending. I found that writing was the only way that I could express my feelings. As I grew older it seemed that my emotions seldom showed unless they were written in ink. Eventually those words turned into lyrics and I taught myself piano so that I could put those lyrics to music. I felt as if I owed it to Todd to carry on his love for music through me.” – NASH

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{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} Scarlett Lee

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“I’ve learned that there are a lot of great artists out there but at the same time I make sure I know that the music industry to me is not about competition, it’s not about who’s better but who’s good enough. Everyone’s special in there own way… ” Scarlett Lee

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{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} Tizzy Southpole Keeping It Seamless

Tizzy AkA SouthPole has adapted a raunchy rap style with his unique voice and mellowed out harmonies. His talents lie in his abilities to change his voice mid-stride while bringing real heart and life experiences with killer melodic beats keeping his flow seamless. Tizzy has a vision to bring hip hop back to it’s original roots, where the art form was about something real, something relatable and something from the artists soul. He has spent years perfecting his unique sound with the encouragement of his close friends and family. Tizzy makes music for all ages with lyrics that hit home for all mankind.

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{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} Paul J Clark Virtuoso

 

“I started playing piano when I was ten but it wasn’t until I was 14 that I really fell in love with music. I was at a Creation East, a major music festival in PA. As I stood in the crowd of around 70K fans and looked up as the bands played, I knew that’s what I wanted to do with my life.” -Paul

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“Music has always been a matter of Energy to me, a question of Fuel. Sentimental people call it Inspiration, but what they really mean is Fuel. I have always needed Fuel. I am a serious consumer. On some nights I still believe that a car with the gas needle on empty can run about fifty more miles if you have the right music very loud on the radio.”
― Hunter S. Thompson

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{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} Aymber Talks About Taking Chances

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“During some of the harder times in my life, I used to go to the beach by myself a lot, just to think. What that did for me was, it reminded me just how small I was. Sometimes, it made me feel like my problems weren’t so big and that there has to be someone out there who has it worse than me. Sometimes, it made me feel like I didn’t matter at all, like I was irrelevant. When I would finally go home or be with my friends, something became very clear to me. I don’t need to be the next Beyonce, my name doesn’t have to be in lights, and the rest of the world doesn’t need to know who I am, because these people love me and I’m such a huge part of their world, and they’re such a huge part of mine, and that’s where I fit in. “- Aymber

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Alan Vine Breaks Out with the liveD

Alan Vine the livedAlan Vine is the man responsible for the creative side of the spectrum in the band The LiveD. With a powerful chordal stomp on the piano and comical, straightforward, crowd endearing lyrics; Mr. Vine breaks out of the overly beaten mold that has become too familiar in these times.

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{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} Mighty Sam McClain

Jacqueline Jax logo photoRecently I was fortunate to run into a very talented and soulful artist who has had a career spanning over five decades of change. Mighty Sam McClain as his name implies has weathered many musical storms like a “Mighty” oak tree and still plays as if not a day has passed. Continue reading {Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} Mighty Sam McClain

Teenage Kicks with The Best of the Undertones

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“Teenage Kicks” is the debut . Written in the summer of 1977 by the band’s principal songwriter, John O’Neill, the song was recorded on 16 June 1978 and initially released that September upon independent Belfast record label Good Vibrations, before the band—at the time unobligated to any record label—signed to Sire Records on 2 October 1978. Sire Records subsequently obtained all copyrights to the material released upon the Teenage Kicks EP and the song was re-released as a standard vinyl single upon Sire’s own label on 14 October that year, reaching number 31 in the UK Singles Chart. Continue reading Teenage Kicks with The Best of the Undertones

{Game Changers with Jacqueline Jax} Tim Savage Founder of Talent Attach

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Jacqueline Jax logo photoJoin host Jacqueline Jax as she sits down with Tim Savage founder of Talent Attach. This live broadcast will feature topics including: social media, building networks for your business, the importance of content creation, and time management for today’s entrepreneurs.
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Episode 210: {A.V.A Live Radio Jax Report with Jacqueline Jax} Tech News & Social Media for Musicians

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{A.V.A Live Radio Jax Report with Jacqueline Jax} Tech News & Social Media for Musicians

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As a journalist and creator of mixed media content keeping updated on the latest industry news is a daily priority for me. I not only have a thirst for discovery, I love learning about how people are taking their projects to the next level. The Internet is growing every day with new layers to its live content feed and billions of minds hungry for more information. At the tip of that spear Continue reading Episode 210: {A.V.A Live Radio Jax Report with Jacqueline Jax} Tech News & Social Media for Musicians

Are you ready to be on NBC’s The Voice?

NBC producers are looking for solo Artists and duos that perform all types of music to tell their story on season 9 of The Voice. They will select up to five (5) talented Artists per city for an exclusive pass to the front of the audition line. Continue reading Are you ready to be on NBC’s The Voice?

{Hot Topics with Jacqueline Jax} Turning Your Passion Into a Career

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Tune in to A.V.A LIVE Radio with host Jacqueline Jax Tuesday and Thursday morning at 10a.m est for a lifestyle variety show. Start your day out right with Jax as she brings you the inside scoop on how to get your career on the road to success and how to leverage the biggest social network on the planet to build your fan base. Find out about great new products, get updates on the latest tech news and up in coming businesses weekly as we feature online business owners and get the inside scoop on their industry. Sit down with the hottest upcoming artists, entrepreneurs, and entertainment industry professionals from around the world. We host a variety of topics in the mornings.
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{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} co-host Alan Vine Talks Motley Crew

 

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Join host Jacqueline Jax for a Behind The Music episode with co-host Alan Vine from The liveD. This episode talks about Motley Crew, one of their top 5 rock bands of all time and Alan’s personal experiences on tour. This show offers a great insight into the rock band lifestyle of the past and present.

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Jacqueline Jax logo photoThe combination of larger than life personalities with the theatrics of Kiss and the power hooks of Cheap Trick made this L.A Band a leader and legend of rock right from the start in 1981. But it was the volatile nature of it’s members that challenged the stability of this band. Despite the efforts of creator and bassist Nikki Sixx, Singer Vince Neil and drummer Tommy Lee drifted in and out of the band from the 90’s onward but the massive media exposure  fueled from their monster hits kept Crew fans thirsty for more music. In 2004 the four original band members announced a reunion tour for the following year which was to coincide with the release of their greatest hits album, (listen below) Red, White & Crew which went platinum within six months of it’s release. Then followed by a celebrated concert album, Carnival of Sins Live in 2006. After that a record of new material, Saints of Los Angeles arrived on the shelves in 2008. This massive build of new and old music fueled a summer Crue fest tour that netted over $40 million in it’s first year and continued in 2012 and 2013 finalizing in 2014 with a farewell tour with Alice Cooper as their special guest. The band had a tremendous journey spanning decades and continues to be one of the best and most noted rock bands of all time.
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Formed in the earliest days of 2011 out of Hollywood Florida, powergroup the liveD has quickly begun creating quite a buzz along the east coast. With an upcoming, much anticipated video and full length EP, the word of Alan Vine will be distributed quickly and effectively.
With lead wreckingball heavy, beartrap catchy, and a uncontrollable foot-stomping sound- the liveD puts on a live show to be remembered.
Assembling musicians from a broad tonal spectrum has contributed to quickly forming a unique, distinct sound; yet a strangely familiar, brutally honest feel.
Alan Vine is the man responsible for the creative side of the spectrum. With a powerful chordal stomp on the piano and comical, straightforward, crowd endearing lyrics; Mr. Vine breaks out of the overly beaten mold that has become too familiar in these times.
Drummer Todd Vine Is the animal-esque tyrant behind the drumkit. Combined with the chest punching, grizzly-pulse of bassist Todd Weiss, the rhythm section (THE TODD”S) of the group harnesses the rumble of a thousand rabid, stampeding bulls.
Guitarist Jim Supersonic Potts summons a raunchy, muddy, delta blues tone reminiscent of the late R.L. Burnside crossed with the recent Dan Auerbach, yet utilizing the melodic sound and speed of a post bluegrass flatpicker.
To pigeonhole this group in to one category, or to name half a dozen influences would not only do injustice, but would be musically misleading at best.
As a listener, whether you seek the clever dialogue, distinct melodies, and old timey sound of folks such as Johnny Cash, or Merle Haggard- or perhaps seek the thunderous, chest thumping bottom end of even the heaviest groups today- It is guaranteed that you will find something in between to suit your preference.
The liveD plays mostly original tunes, but do make a few well selected exceptions.
No matter what your taste, the vaudevillian performance by the liveD will be something you will not be forgetting anytime soon.

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Comments from Listeners:

 

  • Thought provoking…
    If successful artists can fly in from anywhere, play a stadium, party after, and get up the next day for 60 interviews then how serious is a new artist considered to be about their music careers if they complain that a 10am interview is just to early to make. lol… Would love to hear your thoughts…

  • Mark Allen 7.62% serious
  • Douglas Matamoros We use to call such an “Artist” A lazy ass
  • Jacqueline Jax Not telling you who this is but yes this really happens. lol
  • Crystal Taffoni A job is a job. Wether you’re cashier for a retail department, or an “Artist”. You have to pay your dues, everyone starts from the beginning, the bottom etc. You have to work to make it to the top, in any job class. And I’ve noticed half of my generation wants something to do with Hollywood, though in that half, a good handful are doing it for the money and fame alone. When you’re doing something for the wrong reasons, the latter you must climb seems pointless and you begin to complain and draw lines for yourself, and in the end its hurting you and you only. If you did perform till midnight, and you have an interview at 10am, and you’re a new artist, I think you should be grateful you’re able to perform and live your dream for what ever reasons you have, and be grateful to have an interview at all, because that means the public has taken an interest in you and your work. But this is all just an.opinion.
  • Crystal Taffoni Oh and if they think 10am is too early to function, they obviously never held a day job lol. Again, just saying
  • Chris Franz This is the same as the artist I meet randomly at airports, or clubs, or anywhere. They tell you how a great their band is or how great an artist they are and yet when yo ask for a cd or even a business card, they dont have it. In your case, they are bigger in their heads than they are on the charts.
  • Seth Curry Being a full time musician is just like any other job as far as being on time for whatever calls. If they are serious about making it a career, they’d be there. Before I went into architecture, I thought about pursuing music, but I didn’t want to be on the road. I think that if they are serious, then they need to be serious about all the different aspects of it. 10 am is not that early in my opinion.
  • Joseph Sowka Music will last forever but the industry is doomed. Everyone wants to be a star but most aren’t willing to put in their 10,000 hours. You gotta get booed off the stage in a Boston bar before you can become Aerosmith.
  • Jacqueline Jax Great conversation everyone. Love your opinions.
  • Seth Curry Speaking of being booed off stage, Stevie Ray Vaughan was booed the first time he played the Montreal Pop Festival, then was cheered on the second time after he got famous.
  • Joseph Sowka …and Springsteen used to open for Chicago.
  • Colly Cranney The way music is presently consumed from streaming to downloads, sync licensing opportunities plus many more to usual CD and (great to see a revival) in some cases vinyl, with all these new facets the artist should be prepared to do the necessary PR whenever necessary and at whatever time it needs done for one very simple reason EXPOSURE. Albiet, you wouldnt do an interview at 10am if it wasnt going to generate exposure.
    In my opinion though i find that artists have become brands and like any brand they play it safe and work within the parameters of a corporate type structure – i find that most artists with a few exceptions, are boring, predictable and most of all not artists but managed brands. This however leaves the stage empty and ready for the next big thing that usually starts underground before exploding into the mainstream – talent isnt manufactured it’s discovered.
  • Jacqueline Jax Colly Cranney Great point. One of the problems I find as I review so many artists every day is that usually they lack the ability to connect with their audience. 90% of them have social media pages that aren’t very exciting or packed with engaging content and their submitted stories are so safe they lack the kind of passion we all seek in our artists. So they just spin their wheels never really getting there only to end up complaining, becoming bitter and building up egocentric walls. Then comes the all to familiar attitude filled phrase, “no one understands me” . It’s a real shame but I’ll just keep looking.
  • Larry Camarillo Connecting with their audience is an excellent point. After a concert was over, I had approached a leader of a trio, who had opened a 20 minute set for a very well known local artist. I had commented, “Hey, good job, I had really enjoyed your set.” His response was a simple, “Thank you,” with the aura that he was being disturbed. He didn’t follow up with, “Hey, we’ll be playing at the ______ next Saturday night, check out our website for more detail…” and so on.
    Hence, due to being walled up with his ego issues and lack of social skills, there was no personal connection, and with that, I can care less if we ever cross paths again. Always remain humble, because connecting with your audience is an extremely important marketing strategy.

 

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{Behind The Music} London Grammar

London Grammar stage showThe English trio, London Grammar combines electric pop with a dramatic vocal by lead singer Hannah Reid. Reid and guitarist Dan Rothman met in 2009 at the dorms of Nottingham University where they began writing music together and instrumentalist Dot Major completed the trio year later. Over the years they worked hard refining their sound with atmospheric electronics and infusions of light percussion. They often played for rooms of less than 10 people but their popularity quickly grew with their 2012 release of “Hey Now”. The album was uploaded to the internet instantly finding a cult following in not just the U.K but also in Australia where their they released the 2013 EP “Metal & Dust”. The album quickly reached the top of the charts and they signed to Ministry of Sound releasing the single “Wasting My Young Years” as the first release on the label. As their popularity continued to grow, they found themselves playing to sold out shows at the Islington Assembly Hall and even an appearance at the Great Escape Festival in Brighton. Continue reading {Behind The Music} London Grammar

{Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax} A Real Rock Story by Daniel Messemer

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Just behind a hidden door masked to look like a library wall lies a world where your imagination can thrive and dream makers are no longer illusive unicorns. The space is C&I studios and the people are a careful melting pot of innovative artistry meets unobstructed maverick. There are many creative spaces in this world but rarely places that strike this kind of balance. As I walked through the vast space littered with chords and equipment I felt an unusual tranquility carefully nurtured by Production team Chris and Mory LaVoie. It was dark and a single spot light lite up musician Daniel Messemer as he sat on a stool telling his story.  The documentary is called  “A Real Rock Story”, it tells the tale of one music artists journey through the pitfalls of the industry. A special perspective that only those who have walked this journey could even begin to understand.
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What’s Hot on A.V.A Live Radio

You may have been missing some great shows. Check out this months top running on internet radio.

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Game Changer: Michael Kors Rides The Fashion Waves into Ready To Wear

Game Changer: Michael Kors Brings Fashion To The Masses

Discover how Michael Kors redefined his brand with a new label that brought fashion to the masses. In the beginning he would create fine couture that could only be afforded by a very small group of clients but then developed his craft into ready to wear that could be enjoyed by woman and men of all ages. Continue reading Game Changer: Michael Kors Rides The Fashion Waves into Ready To Wear

Game Changer: Tory Burch

From copy writer to Fashion Giant, Tory Burch sets an amazing example for entrepreneurs all over the world by giving back every day with her inspiring women foundation that funds and trains females to start their own businesses.  Continue reading Game Changer: Tory Burch

Game Changer: Tom Ford How Our Culture Influences Sales And Effects Creativity

Today’s topic is on creative inspiration and how our culture influences the popularity of what we create. Do you ever feel like your creations just don’t crash through the glass ceiling? Have you ever wondered how some creative people become cultural icons when others burn out after 15 minutes? Do you feel behind the times and you just can’t figure out how to get ahead of the trends? 

How our culture influences the popularity of what we create. 
I was watching a narrative video on Tom Fords career and I found myself drawn in by his theories about creativity, culture of our time and keeping your work relevant in order to be current with your in business. In addition he talked about how these factors contributed to his enormous success in every thing that he’s done at such a young age. Many of you might not be aware of this designer and what he’s achieved by 40 so I’m posting the video I watched for your enjoyment. I think you’ll be inspired by his story and his mind no matter what type of business your in.
One of the concepts he talked about that struck a chord with me was his reference to how he keeps his creative mind current in today’s culture. If you’ve ever created a product, I’m sure you’ve experienced the dreaded moment when you hear the song or you step back and look at the outfit or art work and it suddenly occurs to you that your masterpiece feels dated, like a throwback from a tired old time that we’ve all run out of patience with. It’s at that moment that you feel deflated, a fraud, and a question may run through your mind like: who will ever want to buy this? Or even worse, you have to hear it from someone else who’s opinion you sincerely trust.

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{Event} Shino Bay Aguilera Aluna Fashion for Compassion Handy Charity Fundraiser

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Host Jacqueline Jax with Dr Shino Bay Aguilera: Aluna Shino Bay Handy Party

A bright light glowed from the Aluna Fashion for Compassion event hosted by Dr Shino Bay Aguilera on Thursday November 7th as Ft Lauderdales most fabulous A-list came together to raise funds for Handy.  HANDY’s mission is to embrace, educate, and empower vulnerable youth to become engaged, productive adults. Founded in 1985, HANDY has met the needs of more than 45,000 Broward County children and youth in foster and relative/non-relative care under protective supervision. HANDY annually serves more than 1,300 at-risk children and youth, between the ages of birth to 23 years. HANDY’s programs focus on education, youth development, and economic self-sufficiency. Bravo Shino for bringing your light to a wonderful cause.

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Game Changer: Lauren Bush Lauren FEED

Lauren Bush Lauren inspired us from the start with her amazing company that’s every day goal is to FEED the hungry. FEED produces wearable accessories all marked with a number telling the consumer how many people your purchase helped. She funded her first order from Amazon for 500 hundred bags from her own pocket and her company has been thriving ever since. I love hearing about entrepreneurs who inspire us by making a real difference with their work.
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