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Come Away with Me

Come Away with Me

Come Away with Me


2002 debut album from the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter. The album’s critical and commercial success was a breakthrough for Jones in 2002, as it reached the top of the Billboard 200 chart and several jazz charts. The album also topped many critics’ “albums of the year” lists and gathered major music awards in the process, including eight Grammy Awards. Following initial sales, Come Away with Me was certified diamond by the RIAA on February 15, 2005 having shipped over 10 million copies in its

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Walker Caine Returns to the Studio for Another Round

Phoenix, AZ (PRWEB) December 14, 2006

Artist Walker Caine has officially returned to the studios at MLA Records to begin work on an early 2007 release.

Capt. Walker’s disappearance after an accident-prone 2006 solo tour has left many fans and industry insiders guessing as to whether or not he would be returning to studio or stage.

“I was rather wondering about that too,” stated Walker with a smile. “I was taking some time to spend with the family and getting my back healed up and in shape after that disc fracture. Well, then this creative rush came along, grabbed my heart and made me set up a new studio so I could capture some of those wandering insights and motivations. Not to mention hearing from the fans… I know I have to keep going. The road just never ends.”

These occasional stops at MLA Music are keeping the follow up to the 2005 ground-breaking release Soft Shoulder well underway; and, like always, the rock gods are popping in and out of Walkers life pushing him on to do something new and creative. Still, as was seen with Soft Shoulder, Walker doesn’t stop to ask if it sounds commercial or not; but it doesn’t seem to put off anyone:

“You should play here in Germany I think you like it…”,

“…so when are you coming back to Illinois?”,

“Im a big fan of yours … coming to Norway soon or what?”,

“…just get to Georgia, we’ll open for you and give you a place to stay”,

“…you’re hot and your music is sexy … Texas needs you Walker!”,

“…a great show all by yourself! We had never heard you before and really wanted to meet you … you just have to come back to Tennessee really soon!”,

“I’m a big fan … two words to remember — North Carolina.”

“I get a kick out of most letters I get,” he continued. “I’m often amazed at what they have to say. With Soft Shoulder I tried something new and different as my own personal project and expected everyone else to stash it away in the archive of ‘what the hell was that?’ People really responded though and there was scattered airplay around the world — especially with Headlights on the Highway and our City of New Orleans rendition.

The entire ordeal has shown me my creative corner of the industry so this next CD is going to expand on that. Simple and strong but a little closer to my past vocal styles. I think most people have now come to expect me to be a bit eccentric and break the rules a little and give them something to think about.

Although lyrically I seem to keep jumping into social and political undertones, musically I’m delving into other avenues showing some respect to the likes of Tesla, Evanescence, and others. But true to my roots you’re also going to hear some electric blues and Led Zeppelin-ish acoustic takes. I’m also considering a remake of ‘In the Rain’; it’s a great song and I don’t feel that last recording did it nearly the justice it deserved. My fans are both Rock and Country, so that crossover style will definately remain an underlying motion.”

Returning to help Walker Caine is drummer Greg “Gus L. DaBere,” guitarist Horst Zaspel, and string prodigy Alyssa “Abby Normal.” Stepping in for outtakes is bassist Ghetto of Slip Micky and drummer Patrick J. formerly of For Felix. Despite his commitment to a new album, Capt. Walker’s other projects have also been keeping him busy producing and writing.

As for live performances, the 2007 tour is in the planning stages, and like so many others, Walker generally avoids playing Arizona. Nevertheless you might still catch him at community benefits and bike runs when invited, because some things are just, well, Walker Caine.

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HAPA Brings Music of the Hawaiian Islands to San Rafael via The Osher Marin JCC’s 23rd Annual Summer Nights Outdoor Family-Friendly Concerts on Sat July 18, 2015

San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) May 09, 2015

The second of this series of 5 Saturday night outdoor concerts with dinners, cocktails, picnics, dancing, Kid Zone, and more brings the most recognized name in Hawaiian music, HAPA, and their always popular sounds of hypnotic, liquid guitar runs woven around clear, tenor Hawaiian vocals and immaculate harmonies driven by poetic lyrics exulting in the rapture of paradise: Hawaii.

This trios overriding musical quality is one of passion, beauty and serenity that is found in the majestic tones of the oli (chant), mele (song), and the innovative sounds of virtuoso guitar performances. If Maui were music, it would sound like HAPA. Rolling Stone Japan recently described them as Titans of the Genre

Let Hawaiis hottest group take you away for a one night island vacation.

The evening will open with a Hula dance performance and lesson offered from Halau Hula Na Pua O Ka Laakea, and they will continue to perform throughout the night.

The beautiful and safe Swig Field is surrounded by Marin hills and begs for picnicking, but will offer the choice of purchasing delicious as well as affordable meals on-site from San Rafaels own Mauna Loa Hawaiian BBQ pop-up Restaurant. No alcohol is allowed to be brought in, but is available for purchase.

The theme is Hawaiian Islands, and audience members are encouraged to wear their favorite Hawaiian shirts, or purchase one from Georgi & Willow’s pop-up shop offering island wear for purchase.

Ukulele enthusiast group UFOhana of Marin will be on site to let you know how you can join up!

Big Brothers Big Sisters of the North Bay host the Kid Zone, offering up an art project alongside the playground for youngsters.

What: Outdoor family- friendly concerts, fun, and dining for all ages.

Who: All are invited. No membership or affiliation required. Kids 17 and under free.

Tickets: From $ 23. VIP, Reserved tables & General Admission choices

When: Sat. July 18 @ 7pm. Doors: 6:15 Gen Ad/ 6:00 VIP/Subscribers

Where: The Osher Marin JCC, 200 N San Pedro Rd, San Rafael, 1/2 mile E off 101

Parking: Ample free parking.

Tickets: Available at

The Kanbar Center for the Performing Arts is the Performing Arts Department within the Osher Marin Jewish Community Center in San Rafael, California. All are welcome, no membership is ever required to attend. The Center is a long-standing Marin non-profit, centrally located in Marin County and just 1/4 mile east off Hwy 101

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8/8 Celebrate Puerto Rico: Plena Libre

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Nashville Band, Goodbye June, Wins Grand Prize in Unsigned Only Music Competition

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) September 17, 2014

Unsigned Only Music Competition is pleased to announce its 2014 winners selected from over 8,000 entries worldwide. The overall Grand Prize goes to the up-and-coming Nashville band Goodbye June with the song Daisy. Judged by a roster of high-profile journalists and artists such as Of Monsters And Men, Rosanne Cash, Mike Posner, John Oates, Dustin Lynch, Anthony DeCurtis (Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone), and many more, Unsigned Only is a unique music competition for solo artists and bands who are unsigned to a major label.

Winning $ 10,000 cash and additional merchandise, the Grand Prize winner also receives the unprecedented opportunity to be mentored by the top echelon of record company professionals, including Presidents and top-level executives from Universal Republic, Sire, Elektra, Atlantic, Warner Bros., Capitol, Sub Pop, Big Machine, Roc Nation, Virgin, Word, American Recordings, and Minty Fresh.

We’re thrilled that our judges selected Nashville rockers Goodbye June as this year’s Grand Prize winners, state Founders Candace Avery and Jim Morgan. As a band that is clearly moving up the ranks in the independent world of rock and roll, we predict it won’t be long before this band will be gracing the same stages as some of their more

well-known idols. Goodbye June, hello world!

Southern rock with a contemporary twist, Goodbye Junes music showcases their individual and collective talents, as well as their grit and soul. The three cousins who comprise Goodbye June believe that the key to their success is their openness and honesty with each other, and this has contributed to how their sound was created. Formed after the death of the guitarists brother, playing music became an emotional release and a big part of the healing process for them. Their debut album “Nor The Wild Music Flow” was released in 2012, alongside their debut music video “Microscope” featuring St. Louis Rams head coach Jeff Fisher and country star Steve Holy. The band embarked on a debut European tour in the Fall of 2013 where they toured through Germany, Sweden, Finland, Holland, Belgium, France, and Spain during a 6-week stint across the Atlantic. The guys are currently finishing up their yet-to-be-titled sophomore album with Grammy-nominated producer Paul Moak.

When told the news that they had won the Grand Prize, Goodbye June responded with, “We’re incredibly grateful to Unsigned Only and to the judges for selecting us. It’s an exciting time for Goodbye June, for Nashville, and for rock ‘n roll.”

In addition to the Grand Prize winner, many other deserving artists are winners in their respective categories. With a total of 11 categories and First and Second Place in each (along with a list of Honorable Mentions), Unsigned Only covers all genres of commercial contemporary music, including: Adult Album Alternative (AAA); Adult Contemporary (AC); Americana; Christian; Country; Folk/Singer-Songwriter; R&B/Hip-Hop; Rock; Pop/Top 40; Teen; and Vocal Performance.

In addition to all the category winners, Unsigned Only launched a new opportunity for entrants called Screen Shot. Geared toward the placement of music in film, TV, advertising, and video games, Screen Shots goal is to connect independent artists with industry contacts who are looking for music for upcoming projects. The 2014 winner is the Los Angeles, CA band The Bicycle Mob for their song Bursting Into Life. In addition to cash and prizes courtesy of Radio Airplay, the winner also gets to directly network with a group of music placement executives, including: Alec Sharpe (Shine America); Ani Johnson (Monomyth Media); Chip Miller (Desert C.A.M. Studios, Inc., Winmill Films LLC); Cindy Badell-Slaughter (Heavy Hitters Music Group); David Weiss (The SongHunters); Evan Stein (Experience Music Group); Jamie Sparks (Kicksta Music Group); Jennifer Taunton (Level Two Music); Jessica Cole (Lyric House); Karyn Rachtman (Mind Your Music); Linnette Harrigan (Linnette Harrigan Media); Michelle Bayer (Shelly Bay Music); Michelle Silverman (Modern Planet); Pat Weaver (Discovery Network); Rebecca Rienks (E! Entertainment/NBC Universal); Richard Kirstein (Resilient Music); James Michael Kempter II (JMKconnections); and Velma Barkwell (East End Music).

2014 Judges include: John Oates (Hall & Oates); 3 Doors Down; Neon Trees; David Crowder; Rosanne Cash; Craig Morgan; Delbert McClinton; Darryl McDaniels (Run DMC); Of Monsters and Men; Black Francis (Pixies); Aaron Shust; G. Love; Jason Gray; Dustin Lynch; The Mountain Goats; Alt-J; Mike Posner; Rapsody; Anthony DeCurtis (Contributing Editor, Rolling Stone); Chris Richards (Pop Music Critic, The Washington Post); Josh Jackson (Co-Founder and Editor-In-Chief, Paste Magazine); Lucy Jones (Deputy Editor, NME); and Michael Hann (Music Editor, The Guardian)

2014 Mentors include: Monte Lipman (Founder and Chairman/CEO, Republic Records); Jeff Castelaz (President, Elektra Records); Seymour Stein (Chairman, SIRE Records and VP of Warner Bros Records); Pete Ganbarg (Executive VP/Head of A&R, Atlantic Records); Mike Elizondo (Sr. VP of A&R, Warner Bros. Records); Tony Kiewel (VP of A&R Sub Pop Records, Hardly Art, Sub Pop Publishing); Allison B. Jones (VP of A&R, Big Machine Label Group); Josh Bailey (Sr. VP of A&R, Word Label Group); Kim Stephens (President, Forward Entertainment and A&R/Capitol Music Group); Lenny Santiago (VP of A&R, Roc Nation); Dino Paredes (Sr. VP of A&R/GM, American Recordings); and Evan Peters (Director of A&R, Virgin Records)

Sponsors include: Guitar Center, Casio, Sony Creative Software, Ultimate Ears, Disc Makers, D’Addario, The Intellitouch Tuner, Topspin Media, Mrs. Fields Cookies, The Music Business Registry, and Celebrity Access.

Unsigned Only is now accepting entries for the 2015 competition. Information on submissions can be found at

The 2014 winning songs can be heard at

The complete list of 2014 Unsigned Only winners is as follows:


Goodbye June (Nashville, TN, USA) Daisy


First Place

Airport Impressions (Ix-Xghajra, Malta) Berlin

Second Place

Sam Eliot (London, England) Believe

Honorable Mention

Canon Logic (Brooklyn, NY, USA) Crocodile

Cultfever (Brooklyn, NY, USA) Knew You Well

Flashbulb Fires (Denver, CO, USA) Unseen Things

Late Night Poets (Auckland, New Zealand) My Darling

Mike Mains & The Branches (Owosso, MI, USA) Everythings Gonna Be Alright

Nakia (Austin, TX, USA) Make Up With A Gun

Ships Have Sailed (Los Angeles, CA, USA) Midnight

The Brevet (Irvine, CA, USA) Moving Mountains

The Never Ever (Sydney, NSW, Australia) In Or Out

Wesley Jensen And The Penny Arcade (Redding, CA, USA) Some Days


First Place

The Luck (London, England) Muscles And Bones

Second Place

Robyn Dell’Unto (Mississauga, ON, Canada) Side Car

Honorable Mention

Chris And Cheryl (Rabat, Malta) Calling Out My Name

Cindy Gomez (Mississauga, ON, Canada) Immune To Love

Lena Fayre (Los Angeles, CA, USA) Everybodys In

Ratham Stone (Orlando, FL, USA) Bang Bang

Sarah Packiam (Miami, FL, USA) Silly Little Love Songs

Sarah Peacock (Nashville, TN, USA) Beautiful

Ships Have Sailed (Los Angeles, CA, USA) Midnight

The Score (New York, NY, USA) Dont Wanna Wake Up

Tom Dobson (Bristol, CT, USA) Back On Top Of The World


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