Tell us a little about yourself. Where are you originally from? What are three things you’d like our readers to know about you? I was born and raised in NYC, but my mother is Ethiopian and my father is Bermudian-American. You have a soulful, melodic voice that complements your acoustic guitar play beautifully. When did [...]
Tell us three things we should know about Monica Richards. I sing for Faith and the Muse. I was one of the first girl singers in the Washington harDCore punk scene. I have a Permaculture homestead and a menagerie of rescue animals. Was the punk genre your first love or did you try other musical [...]
Our theme this issue is “Lost and Found,” and I believe music is one of the better ways to both lose yourself and find yourself. Recently, I found a band called Girl in a Coma, a trio of young women – Jenn Alva, and sisters Phanie and Nina Diaz – who make wonderful music together. [...]
Music evokes emotions and memories. It reflects our mood and can change how we’re feeling. It can also change how we behave. Every group of young people will have a form of music that represents them and often this stays with them for the rest of their lives. Even when tastes change, play again the [...]
You have probably seen Rachael Lawrence in the VH1 comedy show I Hate My 30’s as ditzy, loud-mouthed receptionist, and wannabe-rock-superstar Vicki. If you read the first half of the interview you will know that Rachael I Hate My 30’s isn’t being picked up for a second season. Rachael is now primarily working as a [...]
You have probably seen Rachael Lawrence in the VH1 comedy show I Hate My 30’s as ditzy, loud-mouthed receptionist, and wannabe-rock-superstar Vicki, who, like many of her contemporaries is only working as a receptionist until she gets her big break. However like so many of her real life counterparts, she lacks the talent and vision. [...]
I’m just putting the finishing touches on the Man of the Month interview with Willie Herath. An intelligent, witty, outdoorsy guy he really encapsulates everything that March/April’s theme Earth and Sky implies; a fresh, sporty, hard working, down-to-earth man with the heart of an adventurer and the soul of a poet. Willie has been making [...]
Growing up in the late 70s and 80s there was a serious lack of female role models – particularly in Utah. Oh sure if you wanted to be a timid, naïve, gullible Mormon housewife my sheltered, religious world was awash with that type of flower-print-dress-wearing women. But that never felt right to me, it never [...]
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