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25 years ago Natural Causes was part of a musical revolution in Miami Beach, Florida. The band was formed by Arlan Feiles and Joel Schantz who met at The Berklee School of Music in Boston in 1989. Natural Causes recorded a few major label demo deals with Hall of Fame producer Tom Dowd. However, the deals failed to launch and Natural Causes, after a great deal of frustration, called it quits. Arlan ended up signing a solo deal with Island Records and his path was set before him, ultimately finding his way to Asbury Park to join another vibrant music community. A community he now calls home for the last 15 years.  ... READ ON

Despite having to put a world tour on hold, the Phillipsburg-based punk trio Houston & the Dirty Rats have had great success with their new digital and 7-inch EP, “Songs? From the Bathroom Stall!” ... READ ON

Demos for a Difference is a massive digital project that features nearly 200 tracks that will benefit the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, which aims to fill the void of social justice within the Black community caused by racism, especially a racially biased criminal justice system. The collection exclusively is available on Bandcamp, which waived its revenue share on the day of the July 3 release. ... READ ON

While waiting to return to the studio, the Lawrenceville-based pop-rock band The Beagles have released six socially distanced videos lensed by award-winning director Scott Glazer. One of them, "Anew," is the Makin Waves Song of the Week and a video premiere.... READ ON








Here are the articles published at New Jersey Stage for 07-03-20... READ ON

Orleans was formed in 1972 in Woodstock, NY by guitarist/keyboardist Larry Hoppen, guitarist John Hall, drummer Wells Kelly, and bassist Lance Hoppen. In 1973, the band released its first album, Orleans, and followed up with such memorable hits as 1975’s “Dance with Me” and 1976’s “Still the One.”... READ ON

"What We're Made Of" is an older song but during the pandemic we kind of decided to do the whole social distancing Zoom thing," says American Nomads keyboardist and co-founder Walter Kenul (Pron. Kennel) with a laugh as he discussed the band's recent release of two older singles which are very relevant in today's world. Richard Humann our lyricist thought of it and we all agreed; it turned out great and we're very happy with it."... READ ON

Here are the articles published at New Jersey Stage for 07-02-20... READ ON

Orleans was formed in 1972 in Woodstock, NY by guitarist/keyboardist Larry Hoppen, guitarist John Hall, drummer Wells Kelly, and bassist Lance Hoppen. In 1973, the band released its first album, Orleans, and followed up with such memorable hits as 1975’s “Dance with Me” and 1976’s “Still the One.”... READ ON

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