When she was going through hell in her personal life, Ellen Bukstel started writing songs about pain and loss. She found a receptive audience, and now she’s thrilled to be a leader in the musical activism movement.
Listen closely when watching some of your favorite movies and you might just hear the work of Tim May — Los Angeles’ premier studio guitarist. And he’s even worked with some of the best in the music business.
He sings, he writes award-winning songs and he’s also one of the most successful music producers in history. Ron Dante has a plate full of accolades, including being the lead singer of a cartoon band.
Marjorie Thompson had her passions and goals, but life had other plans for her. She accomplished a lot many can’t say they have, but Thompson still yearned for more.
Listing off Robert “Kool” Bell’s awards could take forever. But he and his group, Kool & The Gang, don’t seem to be going anywhere. Ten years after their last album, they’ve expanded the band 12 and added an intergenerational touch to their music.
He’s a musician who cut his teeth in the Greenwich Village folk scene of the ’60s and has been on a personal and musical odyssey ever since. The result? A musician well worth listening to.