Rozzi Crane plays the Behringer stage at NAMM at 3p.m. Friday and Saturday.
Rozzi Crane, the first artist signed to Adam’s Levine’s 222 Records, will play the Behringer Stage at NAMM this weekend in what promises to be the start of a successful 2014 supporting new debut EP due this year.
Crane (who played with Maroon 5 last year) artfully skips between Pop, R&B, Alternative, and Hip Hop, crafting — Read more
John DePatie will play guitar with Don Randi on the Behringer stage at NAMM this weekend.
Music industry legend Don Randi will grace the Behringer Center Stage at NAMM for 2 must-see appearances this weekend.
Randi has played piano and keyboards on numerous recordings both as a sideman and arranger to the stars. He also leads his own jazz band “Quest”, and has released 20 albums – the most recent — Read more
Gregory “G Moe” Moore will lay the Behringer stage at NAMM at noon Friday and Saturday.
You could not ask for a nicer, more down-to-earth guy to join your band than Gregory “G. Moe” Moore, and you’ll have the chance to get his autograph, as he answers your questions on the Behringer Center Stage at 12:00 noon Friday and Saturday.
As we’re sure you already know, G. Moe is the guitarist for the legendary Earth, Wind — Read more
Zarni will appear on the Behringer stage at 11a.m. Friday and Saturday.
Fans of memorable melodies and great lyrics will enjoy exclusive NAMM performances by Zarni on the Behringer stage this weekend.
John Mayer says, “I just want to hear it again” when he hears this young singer/songwriter, originally from South Africa. Zarni immigrated to the US at age 10, and has been working at her music career since.
Bob Fazio will play the Behringer stage twice during NAMM 2014
The multi-talented Bob Fazio will kick off a day-long series of performances Friday at the 2014 NAMM show, the first of two weekend performances, where the Behringer stage will see a virtual festival’s worth of acts.
Fazio is an LA-based live performer, session player and music instructor. When he’s not on stage playing a gig as a musician for hire, — Read more
The CMD MICRO DJ Controller gets props from critics for being a feature-packed controller ideal for practicing, or for small gigs and taking on the go.
Critics find a lot to love about the BEHRINGER CMD MICRO DJ controller, citing build quality, price and the feature set as reasons to get the controller for those times when a DJ only needs a small setup and doesn’t want to carry a large-format controller.
1967 Pianist and singer Reginald Dwight (Elton John) and his future songwriting partner, lyricist Bernie Taupin, sign on to DJM publishing. Their parents have to witness the boys’ signatures, because they’re both under 21. It’s the start of a legendary partnership. Taupin and John go on to collaborate on more than 30 albums.
Both John and Taupin had answered an ad for musicians and lyricists placed in the magazine “New Musical Express.” Although neither one of them passed the audition for Liberty Records, the label’s Artists and Repertoire agent recognized their potential, and introduced the boys.
For years, the two have an unusual songwriting style. Rather than creating songs together, Taupin would write the lyric and then pass it on to John, who would set it to music. Their — Read more
|#0|#1968The Monkees‘ psychedelic movie “Head” opens in New York City. Marketed as the “most extraordinary adventure, western, comedy, love story, mystery, drama, musical, documentary satire ever made (And that’s putting it mildly),” the movie isn’t aimed at the band’s teen girl fans. It’s a dark, surreal, and absurdist contemplation of the nature of free will.
Some of the film’s imagery is disturbing, and the stream of consciousness storytelling style leaves most people cold. The band’s depiction of themselves as being helplessly trapped as their public personas strikes many as an affront to their fans, as does the shocking ending. The movie succeeds in destroying the band’s innocent public image, which is exactly what they want.
They probably didn’t want the awful reviews the film receives, or the sharp drop in the popularity of their music.