Instrumentalists, singers, bandleaders, composers and arrangers, and all-around jazz enthusiasts. From classic to contemporary, bebop to Latin, big band to solo vocal ballads - find it all here.Connect with other young jazz artistsShare your musicGet and give feedbackDiscover the latest trends and topicsSee More
Become the very best singer you can be! Share your performances, experiences, and ideas in the Voice Studio and connect with some of the singers who are performing in recitals at Carnegie Hall this season. Claudia Friedlander, a voice teacher based in New York City, is your guide on this exploration of vocal technique, repertoire, and interpretation. See More
Singer-songwriters, guitarists, pianists, and artists of other musical styles, connect together here about creating songs, writing lyrics, jamming, performing and more. You are encouraged to:Share your original songsListen to songs by other group membersRequest and give feedbackSee More
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I am interested in:
Ethnomusicology, Making Music Videos, Multimedia Projects, Performing, Writing Lyrics
My musical instrument(s):
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
So many! I love Bob Dylan & Phil Ochs, which is the kind of folksy, music-of-the-people stuff I love, but also a lot of more recent music. Recently I've been listening to a lot of Iron & Wine, Death Cab For Cutie, The Shins, John Vanderslice. I like lyric-dependant music, because I respect the poetry of it. I also love the dialogue that each of those groups creates with the audience in their songs.
More about me:
Im just this guy, you know?
I do a few things well and a lot of things okay. Most of these things are musical, but some are different forms of poetry.
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