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Interview with Steve “Lips” Kudlow of Anvil: “…If you measure life on the people you meet, the places you go, and your experiences, I’m a billionaire!”

Once you begin listening to Anvil, you’ll never look back. Their initial 80s output—Hard ‘n’ Heavy (1981), Metal on Metal (1982), and Forged in Fire (1983) — is essential to thrash’s expansion worldwide. Subsequent releases will leave you equally shocked as to why the band’s credibility has only recently been …

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Interview: Samuel Lee

  1. You’re stepping away from the “heartland rock” sound on this EP and delving into more soulful territory. What made you move in this new direction? Rhythm and Blues have always been a really big part of my musical identity. For years, when I’d pick up my guitar, often …

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The Power of Music on Alzheimer’s – An Interview with MUSIC & MEMORY℠ Founder and Executive Director, Dan Cohen.

Music has proven to be an incredible tool against the degenerative effects of Alzheimer’s, a fact that Dan Cohen, founder of the non-profit organization MUSIC & MEMORY℠, knows all too well. “When it comes to something like Alzheimer’s Disease or other forms of dementia, there’s very little hope,” Dan told …

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A Storm of Didgeridoo Destruction – An Interview with Like A Storm: “New Zealanders are famous for having a do-it-yourself- anything-goes sort of attitude, and that’s been the attitude we’ve applied to our music.”

As the week comes to an end, hard rock band Like A Storm will cross another milestone in their ever-fascinating musical journey: completing the first headlining US tour. The past seven weeks may have flown by in a whirlwind of club venues and roaring crowds, but for the band, it’s …

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Interview with Echo Black

New York’s own Echo Black spent some time with Music Existence after their set in Webster Hall for a fun interview, discussing everything from musical influences, the evolution of their musical style, and the biggest difficulty of being a touring musician. Coming together earlier this year as Echo Black, the …

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Interview with Kylle Reece of Demon in Me: “If you’re in a band, keep going; believe in it; it’s worth it.”

Earlier this month, 22-year-old singer-songwriter Kylle Reece released “Sink or Swim,” the latest single from his most recent project, a hard-edged alternative rock quintet known as Demon in Me. The song has earned the band solid reception upon its release, its elegiac and heartrending lyrical content resonating with countless listeners. …

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Interview with Nothing More: “I think the biggest thing we learned was musically, our path – the direction we were already heading – was the direction we needed to keep going….”

  The last year-and-a-half may have felt like whirlwind for alternative rock band, Nothing More, but if there’s any band that proves perseverance pays off, it’s them. Success didn’t come easy, however, and years of a DIY existence pushed the band to the edge, but it was the challenges of …

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