Episode #395 : A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax

Episode #395 : A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax


Join host Jacqueline Jax for Behind the Music interviews featuring the newest single from each artist broadcasting live from our South Florida studio. We discuss topics of Music Business, Social Media Music Marketing, Songwriting, and What’s happening in the business from the perspective of the indie artist. Live Interview December 6 at 12 pm et

Episode #395 : A.V.A Live Radio Behind The Music with Jacqueline Jax: http://tobtr.com/9641301


12 pm et: Samantha Babooram
Flawless is all about life- about brokenness, love, knowing who you are, and just enjoying the journey! – Samantha Babooram . What can you expect from my EP?! A funky,rocky, but at the same time easy listening sound, with an inspiring vibe! I’m soooo excited about it because it’s the first time I’ve recorded with live instruments, (usually it’s all been amazingly done on computer programs lol) so yeah, I’m loving the real and raw vibe! I play the glockenspiel on it too- which was a total first for me lol, but I loved it! Very different to playing guitar haha!

12:20 pm et: G & G
Get up and dance today to the flavors of this cultural experience.
Giovanni Caruso and Gisela Lopez : When I was child I liked to listen several music genres
(classical, rock, pop, popular, folk, jazz). I loved to sing the songs and elaborate the music with my arrangements on the piano (my first instrument). Then I fell in love with the guitar. I studied classical guitar, composition and orchestra direction.

12:40 pm et: A.L
Brisbane, Australian EDM music creator.
I’m used to mostly writing songs on guitar, my ‘flow’ and lyrical structures and things come from that type of background, even though I listen to a variety of hip-hop as well. This is also why I love making hip-hop, because I come at it from a totally different perspective – even though I listen to hip-hop, it is pretty clear I spend a lot of time listening to other genres. And that’s also why there is a ripping guitar solo for the outro to the song. My younger brother actually played that solo. I enjoy fusing those styles together. The drums are programmed, and so is the bass and the synth, and then this killer guitar solo comes in. I’ve done it for a few tracks and will definitely continue to do it because I love how it sounds, and is another thing that really sets, even just the music, apart from most other stuff within the genre.


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