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Q&A: Ty Cassutt/Almost Barely

How did you come up with the name of the band?It’s a play off of how I don’t really consider myself to be a musician. I’m “almost barely” a musician. Almost Barely could be translated to “not quite.” How would you describe your sound?I would describe it as Indie Pop with subtle influences from several… Keep Reading



Tell us a little about your new video for “Spoiled.”The “Spoiled” video is a self-directed, filmed, and edited sort of experiment I made during the first months of the pandemic – quarantine style. The video is for track nine off of my album Feel Better featuring Rozee. Since we were locked down, I wanted to… Keep Reading


Q&A: Audriix

How did you come up with the name of the band?I’ve actually gone by Audrey / audreyismusic for a long time but wanted something to stand out more. My last name ends with a silent X so I loved the idea of combining that with my first name to get Audriix, still pronounced the same… Keep Reading


Q&A: Gavin Delgado Interviews Cheyenne Jackson (PODCAST)

Our very own Gavin Delgado spoke to Broadway star Cheyenne Jackson (Altar Boyz, American Horror Story, Glee). Cheyenne will be performing at the San Francisco Symphony on Dec. 4, for an intimate holiday concert with Megan Hilty (Wicked, 9 to 5: The Musical, Smash). Photo courtesy of San Francisco Symphony Keep Reading


Q&A: Broadway Star Megan Hilty

A native of Seattle, Megan Hilty moved to New York City after graduating from Carnegie Mellon University and quickly made her Broadway debut as Glinda in Wicked. She returned to Broadway in 9 to 5: The Musical as Doralee Rhodes, the role made famous by Dolly Parton. In November, Hilty will be joining Cheyenne Jackson… Keep Reading


Q&A: Lennon Stella

At just 20 years of age, Lennon Stella has already achieved massive success. As a teen, she began with a role on the ABC TV series Nashville as Maddie Conrad, alongside her real-life sister Maisy Stella. It was on that show that she first began developing an interest in songwriting, an interest that would eventually… Keep Reading


Q&A: Patrick Simmons of the Doobie Brothers

For founding Doobie Brothers member Patrick Simmons, Rock n’ Roll never died and is very much still alive. “There’s a reason the movies about Elton John, and Queen are huge successes,” said Simmons. “People still are in love with the music.” With the recent success of tours like the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, and Guns… Keep Reading


Q&A: Nora En Pure

Swiss/South African Daniela – Nora En Pure – is one of the leading female DJ/producers in the world. In just a few short years, she’s won the IDMA Award for Best Female Act (House) and her Purified Radio Show on SiriusXM Chill was nominated for the Best Podcast / Radio Show. Nora En Pure played… Keep Reading


Q&A: Patti LuPone

Called the Broadway diva of her generation by some, Patti LuPone is coming back to the Bay Area on July 12, with her new show, Don’t Monkey With Broadway. Conceived and directed by Scott Wittman, this two-act, two-hour performance features classic Broadway show tunes by the likes of Richard Rodgers, Lorenz Hart, Jule Styne, Stephen… Keep Reading

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