Tiny Desk Concerts from NPR Music feature your favorite musicians performing at All Songs Considered host Bob Boilen's desk in the NPR office. Hear Wilco, Adele, Passion Pit, Tinariwen, Miguel, The xx and many more. This is the audio version of the podcast. A video version is also available.
New York Times music critics Jon Pareles, Ben Ratliff, Jon Caramanica and Nate Chinen talk each week about the latest pop music news, the top songs, the best albums, the biggest stars — and the up and coming stars you haven't heard of yet.
Billboard co-director of charts Keith Caulfield and Billboard.com senior editor Katie Atkinson offer weekly Billboard chart breakdowns, discuss the hottest music news and cover the year’s biggest musical events. Casual pop fans, chart junkies and everyone in between are invited to this weekly half-hour discussion.
Dive into the music and experience Radio National's diverse range of music programming. Select from our deli of audio and online features, interviews, concerts, recordings and CD selections to explore music from all pockets of the planet. Updated daily, our music shows let you traverse different styles and genres or snuggle down into a quiet listening space of your own.
Next is a new music show with a simple goal: Find you a new favorite song. I firmly believe that good people listen to good people. Please check out the website http://allthingsnext.com. Enjoy it all, stay sexy and if you love someone hug them right now.
The premiere radio show from Jambands to Reggae and all things music. These podcasts are archived segments from the live EB radio broadcast and are mere samples of the full four-hour experience you can hear live every Saturday night in the Philadelphia and South Jersey area on Z88.9 95.1, and 100.7FM and wordlwide at www.endlessboundaries.com
If you remember the romance of radio road trips, or if you’re too young for all that and just wish your iPod could introduce you to exciting new music and let you eavesdrop on the kinds of conversations that happen among artists at late-night diners after gigs, Country Fried Rock is for you. If your job is to make your radio station sound interesting, or if you’re just a fan of great music, come on in. You can smell the soul in the air as the door closes behind you and your mouth begins to water. Everything is better when it’s country fried, right?
Album by Album is a weekly conversation about music and the way it changes our lives. Every week, a guest brings albums and songs that affected them, left an impression or makes them nostalgic. We get guests that enjoy various genres and have them provide an introduction to the genre with samples. We also have a weekly record club!
A critical analysis of the music of our time...............errrrrr we just make fun of songs that we think suck. With guests and wit and occasional talk of songs that don't suck This Song F@#$ing Sucks is sure to be a hilarious romp for all.
We are The Listening Party Podcast! A show about music brought to you by Rod and Denise and sometimes a guest or two. Neither of us actually have a music background and most of our info is taken off Wikipedia, but we do bring a lot of personal (sometimes funny) anecdotes when we share songs. The format of the podcast is theme based. Every episode has a different theme and everyone, including YOU (through our Facebook page, e-mail, twitter, or phone line), shares a song. Thanks for checking us out and welcome to The Party! - The LPP
*Tune in on June 1st to hear about CBC's upcoming initiatives & their impact on musicians, plus a pair of critically acclaimed Canadian outfits, Dilly Dally & Holy F*ck * Canadian Musician Radio brings you the best insider information on the music industry. Interviews with musicians, songwriters, producers, music experts and music industry professionals. Join Show Hosts Andrew King and Mike Raine for the hottest information on Canadian music. For feedback and suggestions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Hosted by Russ and Tony, each episode includes a lively discussion about a single beer and a single song. We drink the beer. We listen to the song. Disagreement and ridicule abound. Sometimes there is more than one beer. Sometimes there are no songs. Sometimes there are multiple songs. There has never been no beer. http://1beer1song.com. Twitter: @1beer1song. facebook.com/1beer1song.
Successful music industry experts share their secrets, insights and strategies on how to establish a career and monetize your passion within the music business. Whether you're an aspiring performer, songwriter, manager, promoter, indie label, studio owner or music entrepreneur, every episode of music business facts will give you the industry truths on how best to succeed in the music industry.
Welcome to How To Write A Tune, the only podcast that looks into the hearts, minds and souls of musicians and try to find an answer to the age old question; How do you write a tune? To add this podcast to your Podcast app please paste the following link into your podcast manual feed: http://tiny.cc/h2wat
If you want to learn to make amazing sounding music and grow a massive, loyal fan base as an independent musician, you've found the right podcast!. TechMuze is a show about music production and music marketing in the modern age we live in. We discuss such topics as home recording, music mixing, music production, music marketing, social media for musicians, independent music business, growing your fan base and how to sell music. Learn about using modern tools to make music at home such as recording software (DAW), audio plugins, basic acoustic treatment, etc. Learn to market your music both online and offline to grow a loyal fan base and turn those fans into "super fans" (AKA customers) and turn your music hobby into a music business. Subscribe and don't miss an episode!
Welcome to the Belly Up Podcast! This is a podcast that features things related to the world famous music venue located in Solana Beach, CA - our friends, touring artists, people that make us laugh and everything in between. To check out who is playing the club: www.bellyup.com. To download albums and singles from past artists: www.bellyuplive.com. Your hosts are: Meryl Klemow, Show Promotions Manager. Meryl enjoys podcasting, green juices, cheese and round animals like manatees. Say hi (or send her a happy animal video) to Meryl on fb or instagram: @merylklemow. Damian DeRobbio, Production Director. Damian enjoys family, surfing, cooking, lovable humans and honest music. Say hello to D at Bellyupproduction@gmail.com
LPR Live brings the excitement of the live-concert experience back to life with recordings from Greenwich Village’s Le Poisson Rouge in New York City. Drawn from performances of the finest contemporary classical music alongside interviews with its composers and performers, LPR Live draws back the curtain on new music from this underground hotbed of creativity and experimentation.
Random topic + Random music genre = Song salad. Writing partners Shannon & Scott tempt the salad spinner of fate as they write a short song about a random topic in a random style of music. Can they successfully create a song using both? Can we be a little looser with the word "successfully"?
A National Radio Broadcast Since 1991 eTown is an exciting weekly radio broadcast heard from coast to coast on NPR, public and commercial stations. Every etown show is taped in front of a live audience and features performances from many of today's top musical artists as well as conversations and information about the world around us. At etown, we build community through music.
Chris Shiflett, guitarist for Foo Fighters, Dead Peasants, and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes, hosts "Walking The Floor," where he engages a wide range of musical guests, writers, athletes, and artists in one-on-one interviews exploring their creative inspirations, struggles, successes, and everything in between.
Talk Music Talk is a weekly interview podcast hosted by singer-songwriter/author, boice-Terrel Allen. It features long-form discussions with singers, songwriters, authors, producers and others who are connected to music of all genres. Talk Music Talk isn't only about people who make music or write about music, it also gives voice to the behind-the-scenes players. Tune in every week to discover people whose lives range from music therapy and meditation to teaching and performing. Talk Music Talk will inspire you!
For older and missing episodes, go to iowamusicshowcase.bandcamp.com. The Iowa Music Showcase is just what the name says, a showcase for Iowa music. But it is a showcase for ALL of Iowa’s music, regardless of style, genre, decade, popularity, or location. For the purposes of this blog and occasional podcast, I am defining Iowa music as music made by a band or artist that was based in Iowa at the time of the recording. Each week, the blog post will feature some source - like a website, playlist, app, or some such - where you can find and/or hear music from Iowa. If you know any sources, send me an email at email@example.com. Every two to four weeks, the blog will include a podcast that you can download. For information, questions, criticism, etc, write to me at firstname.lastname@example.org. To submit a song, just send an audiofile to email@example.com. Just to let you know, you can subscribe and/or follow Iowa Music Showcase at the following sites... Home page: ht ...
Pianist Hugh Sung shares stories, songs, and interviews with musicians from a wide variety of genres, including Classical, Folk, Rock, Jazz, and beyond. Visit http://amusicallife.com for all episodes and show notes. New episodes coming every Monday.
The podcast about people who make cool music! Beyond Synth is an interview / conversational podcast with artists and producers who make synthwave/new-retro/electronic music. We talk Music, games, movies, the 80s, and lots more while I play samples of the guests music.
Looking for a podcast that: - Will showcase some rather good new music? - Features a northern accent? Then look no further. The Sentric Music podcast offers all of the above and more! (maybe not too much more to be honest, but what more do you actually want and/or need?)
Now Hear This Entertainment features interviews with guests who have achieved success in the music business, with the content presented in a way that not only entertains fans of that guest and fans of good music interviews in general, but in a manner that educates musicians, singers, songwriters – entertainers who want to learn from those who are being interviewed each week by Bruce Wawrzyniak, president of Now Hear This, Inc. The guests come from a wide array of genres and locales.
The Sing Out! Radio Magazine is a weekly, hour-long “magazine format” program, hosted by Tom Druckenmiller, featuring interviews in addition to “live” and recorded music. The program is currently being aired in over 25 markets nationwide!
We love music. All kinds of music. You name it, we like it. But listening to the music isn't enough for us. Anyone can do that. Thats why we've launched Inside MusiCast. Because we know that behind great music are great session musicians, producers, writers and engineers that are the talent behind the talent. We dedicate our podcast to them and to you - the music enthusiasts who need to go beyond the liner notes. Welcome to Inside Musicast.
Travels in Music is a podcast dedicated to sharing stories about music from around the world. On the podcast, I interview musicians, writers, travellers, artists and musical minds of every sort to understand how music changes lives on every corner of our planet, exploring topics spanning music history, travel, personal histories, rock n' roll, world music, and global culture. Hosted by author and music journalist Zachary Stockill (The Huffington Post, PopMatters), described by one reviewer as "like Anthony Bourdain meets Alan Watts," Travels in Music is a podcast for fellow travellers and music lovers who want to explore a musical planet. Learn more at http://www.travelsinmusic.com.
Today's most talented and compelling musicians visit Musicians' Spotlight to "talk shop" and give you a deeper insight into their music. Host and producer John Floridis brings his own musical expertise along with over a decade and a half of experience conducting interviews.
Every drink has its song, and every song has its drink. In this podcast we try to find the perfect match for both. What song best suits your favorite drin? What drink best accompanies your favorite song? Find out on a Pour and a Score! In each episode we take a look at a particular song - including the artist and history - and do our best to find the best drink to go along with that song. And then we switch it around and start with a drink, looking for the perfect tune to accompany it. Lots of trivia, fun facts, music, and alcohol means you're in for a good time!
Now that we're in the information age, the music industry can no longer remain in the industrial age thinking and expect to survive. Independent artists need to understand how they can adapt their music marketing and social media strategies to cut through the noise and be noticed in these changing times. Music entrepreneurship is about adopting a business mindset towards your music. It's about growing yourself and creating more freedom in your life to pursue your passions. DAWCast features interviews with industry experts, a fun and entertaining look into current events in the music industry, and everything from body image to consumer reports to social media and all manner of randomness.
SOUNDS OF BERKLEE: Listen to the stars of tomorrow… today, as well as Berklee faculty members, alumni, and a few legendary artists, coming to the college as visiting artists. The Sounds of Berklee podcast is produced and voiced by Rob Hochschild, associate director for editorial services (Communications). Alumni podcasts for Sounds of Berklee are produced and voiced by Curtis Killian, web content producer (Institutional Advancement). INSIDE SOUNDS OF BERKLEE: Get an insider's glimpse of what goes on at Berklee. You'll hear conversations with students, faculty, alumni, and visiting artists… and plenty of music, too. Inside Berklee is produced by the editorial team in Berklee's Office of Communications.
This week on a very special edition of All Songs Considered ... guitarist, actor, writer (and former writer for NPR Music, at her Monitor Mix blog) Carrie Brownstein returns. She joins us, along with NPR Music's Stephen Thompson, to do something we don't normally do: Talk about the songs we really, really don't like.Our mission at All Songs is to bring you our favorite musical discoveries of the week. But after Stephen wrote his column examining Starship's widely reviled hit single "We Built This City," we watched the comments pour in like an out-of-control fire hose, and got to talking about all the songs that drive us bonkers. It was so much fun we decided to continue the discussion here, with a look at some of the contenders for worst songs of all time and why they stick in our craw. These are relentless earworms — songs you can't escape once they're in your head — or annoying novelty songs. "The Candy Man," anyone? We also look at songs that take themselves too seriously, songs ...
In this episode of Inside Berklee, Mediterranean Music Institute Artistic Director Javier Limón talks about the MMI's Refugio Del Sonido project, in which Spain's El País newspaper is distributing four MMI CDs that contain music about the refugee experience. Proceeds will go to Doctors Without Borders.
Episode #148. Today Pat Sommers along with his guitarist Ian Ray come on the show to debut songs and discuss what it's like growing up in the same New York City neighborhood as the members of the band KISS. Author Hannah Papp drops by to talk book tours, meditation, and helps Justin fumble through the theme song of TV show "Greatest American Hero". An amazing discussion occurs regarding Pat's autistic son Kellen and his experience as a parent learning how to connect with his son through the music of Queen. Our show is brought to you by our Amazon link, which gives us a piece of your purchase if you click through the sponsor link on our website www.thecircuslife.com. This podcast is also brought to you by, http://acorn-financial.com, Saucony, RCS Photography, and Cue Recording Studios.
This week friend of the pod Sanj Surati joined the boys in the studio for a good old reminiscing session. We talked about the good old days, lost bands and great shows, thinking you've made it, Heatham House and much more. @sanjsurati @AnonymousTip link dump: early influences inc flock of seagullls, the cure and guns and roses, and nirvana. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/A_Flock_of_Seagulls https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cure https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Guns_N%27_Roses https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nirvana_(band) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kr8-E8may2Y&list=PLAC10216FC4E30CA3 (GNR Appetite For Destruction album youtube). Aphid itunes link: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/aphid/id152027005?mt=2 Heatham House gigs with Humbug, Satellite Beach and Silent Front. www.silentfront.co.uk Anonymous Tip http://www.anonymoustipmusic.com/ iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/artist/anonymous-tip/id273759550 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-T5apVJPh3U (band rehearsal set up video) ht ...
The 4th Line Podcast take over The Listening Party Podcast this week, joined by David Maier of The Diamond Dave Show as they listen to country songs of the 2010’s. Tracks include: Buy Me a Boat by Chris Janson, Oh, Tonight by Josh Abbott Band ft. Kacey Musgraves, 1922 Blues by Charlie Parr, If I Die Young by The Band Perry, Boys ‘Round Here by Blake Shelton, Rum is the Reason by Toby Keith, The One That Got Away by Daniel Romano, Tennessee Whiskey by Chris Stapleton, The Alien That Got Away by Denise, Something in the Water by Carrie Underwood, Water Tower by Jason Aldean and Give Me Back My Hometown by Eric Church. Also on this episode: hitting people while playing golf, favorite luxury items, mutual friends, Myspace, Jenn D, the game “Florida or Georgia”, sick rhymes, entrances into country music, life dreams, the one that got away, Denise’s country song, and Gord Downie of The Tragically Hip. Next week's theme is FRESH songs. Submit a song with the word fresh or that mentions a ...
Another big salad, we know - this one's chock full o' education! Also, it's hot. It's very hot. Maybe a refreshing ancient alcoholic beverage is in order? Maybe some time on a boat? Writing partners Shannon & Scott tempt the salad spinner of fate as they write a short song about a random topic in a random style of music.
Join us on a trip that takes us from the floors of a country music club in Grand Rapids Michigan to the dusty streets of Bakersfield, California (with a short stop at San Quentin prison), as we celebrate the bigger-than-life story of one of country music’s most badass stars, Merle Haggard.
Sunflower Bean joins David Dye on this edition of World Cafe Words and Music from WXPN. The three-piece started out with drummer Jacob Faber and guitarist Nick Kivlen, but it wasn't until singer and bassist Julia Cumming joined that the band jelled and set out to play every gig they could in New York City. Today we'll hear a live set of songs from their debut, Human Ceremony, and the trio talks about their quick success after forming only two years ago.
Since 1992, Don Breithaupt has steered his band Monkey House on a path of musical progress. In 2012 when we first connected with Don, the band had just released their third album Headquarters," which caught the attention of all us here at Inside MusiCast most notably how their songs contained a heavy melodic approach reminiscent of Steely Dan. The bands latest album Left," which will be released on June 3, picks up where Headquarters left off and includes contributions from some incredibly talented guest musicians, including Elliott Randall, Drew Zingg, Michael Leonhart, Jay Graydon. Kim Mitchell, and Lucy Woodward. Left contains brilliantly crafted songs that may be the bands finest collection to date. In fact, during our chat with Don today, youll hear the world premiere of a few songs from the album. Inside MusiCast is pleased to welcome Don Breithaupt.
It's a busy one this week with 12 incredible tracks, including three from the beautiful voice of London's Hannah Scott, and keep an ear out for an awesome indie track of the week. VISIT: www.bobunsigned.com PLAYLIST: 1) Lyra - Emerald TWITTER: @ThisisLyra 2) Jess Kemp - Camden TWITTER: @jesskempartist 3) The Shakers - Kiss Tracks TWITTER: @theshakersss 4) Casual Attire - In Perspective TWITTER: @Casual_Attire 5) Hannah Scott (SDC Remix) - Your Lullaby TWITTER: @hannahscottuk 6) Clockwork Carousel - Hey Hey TWITTER: @ridethecarousel 7) Marr Chambers - High TWITTER: @MarrChambers 8) Hannah Scott - Hurricanes TWITTER: @hannahscottuk 9) Lyon Road - Moving TWITTER: @LyonRoadUK 10) Prido - Trust Me TWITTER: @Pridoz 11) Hannah Scott - The Space in Between TWITTER: @hannahscottuk 12) The View from August - This Paper Heart TWITTER: @TVFA_Offical
Music critic and composer Greg Sandow has written extensively on the future of classical music. As a critic, Greg covered new classical music in The Village Voice and was senior music editor for Entertainment Weekly. As a thought leader, Greg works on defining the problems in classical music and finding innovative solutions for them. What if orchestras could perform in stadiums packed with 20,000 passionate fans and had all their financial problems solved? What would that look like? How could they make that dream come true? This is the kind of question that Greg Sandow poses to major symphony orchestras and classical music institutions to help them explore innovative solutions to make their art more relevant and fiscally solvent in today’s cultural climate. Nowadays, Greg is returning to his composer roots, and recently had a “reemergence” with a full recital featuring his works at The Mansion at Strathmore in Maryland. Links Greg's Website: http://www.gregsandow.com/ Greg's Progra ...
Old Crow Medicine Show is a six-piece band from Tennessee, who have been around since 1998. They were inducted into the Grand Ole Opry in 2013, and they won the Grammy for Best Folk Album in 2015, for their record Remedy. In this episode, bandleader Ketch Secor tells the story of how they made "Dearly Departed Friend," one of the songs from Remedy.
http://jcaldigital.org/bandvsnoise Today Josh replays (R) a small portion of an interview from 2014 with Josh T and George from The Buskers Guide - professional buskers, musicians and documentary film makers. The Buskers Guide (Josh and George) are two guys who have made their way around Australia and many parts of S/E Asia using their music as the vehicle, and we're hoping to bring their brand of hard-won knowledge to Band vs Noise. This is just an introduction to two hard working and down-to-earth musicians who are out there really doing it, and they're not responsibility free 18 years old dudes, they're adults who aim to find a balance between ambition and embracing the moment. Good blokes both. Band vs Noise Podcast RSS Feed: http://bandvsnoise.libsyn.com Em: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter Josh L: twitter.com/joshuacliston (@joshuacliston ) Instagram: instagram.com/joshuacliston Facebook: facebook.com/joshuacliston Goodreads: https://www.goodreads.com/user/show/39955414-joshua ...
We celebrate National Reconciliation Week with the Yolngu singer-songwriter from Arnhem Land, Gawurra, whose singing style and debut album Ratja Yaliyali have been compared to Geoffrey Gurrumul Yunupingu.
It's voting week! Here's our votes for May and our submissions for June's AOTM. We also discuss the inner workings and finances of Spotify (courtesy of Jason's overwhelming research), remember Guy Clark, and nerd out over the Day of The Dead tribute album. Visit us ataudiblediscernment.com to find out more about us and the game. Follow us on Spotify to hear our submissions for the Month. Listen to the songs mentioned in this very episode. Email us with questions and suggestions. Tweet us @audiblediscern and like us on the Facebooks. Like our intro music? It's Glossary from This Is AmericanMusic Records. Thanks for listening and don't forget to subscribe and leave us a review on iTunes.
Silver Thumb Piano or The Tines of Africa... Whatever you like to call them; come with us into Episode Two and explore the sparkly world of the Kalimba. Presented and Produced by Tamara Kohler Guests: PHIA and Kaylie Melville Music: Opening Theme- Tamara Kohler, Allison Wright and Pete Kidson Kalimba- Laaraji Dande- ZIMBABWE Shona Mbira Music Black-White Calypso from Wait A Minim! (1966) Do You Ever- PHIA 15 Step- Radiohead (PHIA Cover) So Far, So Close- PHIA Hold On (feat. Sampha)- SBTRKT I Ching; The Gentle, The Penetrating- Per Norgard Macrocosmos III/ Music for a Summer Evening- George Crumb Earth Intruders- Björk Skip- Mick Stewart Kalimba Story- Earth, Wind and Fire Image: Carmonn French
Jordan and Keith tackle David Bowie’s last album, Blackstar, a very well made send off to one of the most influential rock stars to ever live. Along with that, Keith and Jordan discuss Kendrick Lamar’s latest album, Untitled Unmastered along with Kendrick Lamar’s connection with David Bowie.
Mark and Sarah get funky fresh with Young MC's "Principal's Office" and DJ Jazzy Jeff and the Fresh Prince's "Parents Just Don't Understand." In between dope late-'80s beats, we discuss the sneaky wit of party rap, the power of your drive-thru order, and the difference between charming confidence and sheer jackassery.
David Rosenthal ’81: Music director and keyboardist for the Piano Man for 23 Years and counting By Curtis Killian During a recent artist residency at his alma mater, David Rosenthal ’81, Billy Joel’s music director and keyboardist since 1993, described his prodigious career as “a fun and exciting journey.” He wasn’t exaggerating. On the most recent leg of that odyssey, Rosenthal is booked for indefinite sold-out shows with Billy Joel in a first-of-its-kind residency at Madison Square Garden. Thus far there have been 26 monthly engagements at the fabled venue, which Rosenthal says will continue as long as there is a demand. “It’s just remarkable, the enthusiasm of the New York fans for Billy,” Rosenthal says. “Worldwide he has that incredible appeal, but particularly in New York he has that home advantage.” Notably, Joel and Rosenthal will also play at Fenway Park in August for the third summer in a row, and Joel’s sold-out debut gig at Wembley Stadium in September. Of his role as m ...
Singer Maia Vidal has had an interesting life and career. She was born in America but has traveled the world and now resides in Barcelona. She started in music playing hard edged punk rock in an all girl group from Ithaca called Kiev. They gained some notoriety when Coca Cola based a series of TV spots around them. Now she makes reflective dream pop, playing instruments like the autoharp. Maia Vidal talks about her life and her new album, You’re the Waves.
This episode contains what some would call offensive language, and mature subject matter. So if there are small children within earshot, or you don’t want to hear some serious profanity, it's probably best for you to skip this one. Wheeler Walker Jr. is the alter-ego of American comedy writer and performer Ben Hoffman (The Ben Show, Comedy Central), who recently released his first album, Redneck Shit. Incredibly, the self-released Redneck Shit, which Wheeler describes as his "fuck you" record, debuted at number 9 on the Billboard Country charts. Now, this is not entirely surprising—the music on Redneck Shit is tight, traditional, and immaculately played by some of the most talented musicians working in Nashville today. However, on the album Wheeler frequently sings about topics such as cunnilingus, masturbation, and homosexual encounters, and there is a prominent “Parental Advisory” label on the front cover, carrying on a tradition of subversive country in the vein of David Allen C ...
The Can-Do Radio Show showcases music from artists from Can-Do Musos. Each artist played, lives with the challenge of a day to day disability. Whether it be a physical disability, mental illness, or intellectual disability, each artist has the same passion and dedication to their craft. On this week's episode, Andrew Hewitt plays a range of music from USA, Ireland, Australia, Brazil, Indonesia, France, Scotland, UK, and Chile. The Can-Do Radio Show also gets played on Drum Talk Radio in Australia on Wednesday nights at 7pm. http://www.drumtalkradio.com To find out more about the artists on this show, check out http://www.candomusos.com and while you are at it, please give us a 'like' on Facebook. https://www.facebook.com/CanDoMusos This week's playlist is: 1. The Mendenhall Experiment (USA) - Seize the Day 2. The Shruggs (IRE) - After The War 3. Emma Bennison (AUS) - The Master 4. Korn (USA) - Blind (MTV Unplugged) 5. Lefty Williams Band (USA) - Let It Roll On 6. Laurie Muggleton ( ...