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Pierre Massé Talks about His New Album Entre deux, Enter Two

Pierre Massé Talks about His New Album Entre deux, Enter Two

Entre deux, Enter Two is the new album by French-Canadian artist Pierre Massé and he has interesting things to say about the album’s creation.   http://store.pierrotechnique.com/album/entre-deux-enter-two   The ever poetic and passionate French-Canadian Pierre Masse finally released Entre deux, Enter Two, his full-length album. I posted my review the day the album came out. But […]

Book Preview: THE SPIRIT of IRELAND An Odyssey Home A  Memoir by Emmy Award Winning Writer Alan Cooke

Book Preview: THE SPIRIT of IRELAND An Odyssey Home A Memoir by Emmy Award Winning Writer Alan Cooke

Alan Cooke wrote a haunting follow up to the electric Naked in New York Memorable quotes from THE SPIRIT of IRELAND An Odyssey Home A  Memoir by Emmy Award Winning Writer Alan Cooke   It is true that certain events in life can alter us forever. It could either be a journey, a birth or […]

Garrett Hacking In Focus: People often tell me I “photograph emotion”

Garrett Hacking In Focus: People often tell me I “photograph emotion”

  It might surprise you, readers of this article if I tell you that Celtic rock was responsible in my discovery of photographer Garrett Hacking.  Yes he is part Irish and he was surrounded by the culture while growing up. His works are emotional and dynamic. Action is the word that comes to mind when […]

Meet Robbie Lucas the “Quiet” Irish Poet.

Meet Robbie Lucas the “Quiet” Irish Poet.

    This is an interesting interview because the main man in this story is a poet who kept his works to himself. Yes he has no published works yet. His friends have no idea. Meet Ireland’s ‘quiet’ poet Robbie Lucas. Perhaps you can say he is a shy poet but that would not be […]

Interview with Andrew Walsh, Webmaster and Author of Savvy for the Social Web

Interview with Andrew Walsh, Webmaster and Author of Savvy for the Social Web

   Andrew Walsh helps us navigate through the clutter of online information with his book. Andrew Walsh has a book out called Savvy for the Social Web: The New Skills You Need to Survive and Thrive in the Digital Age. In this interview, he shares his ideas about  maintaining creativity while multitasking. I know there […]

A Reflection on the Same-Sex Marriage Protest in Paris

A Reflection on the Same-Sex Marriage Protest in Paris

  Same-sex marriage protest in Paris turned bloody. But why? Never understood bigots, very strange, scared people. Who gives a toss if two people want to get married, live and let live. As the first comment below the article states, “What exactly do these pathetic right wingers think is going to happen, that they will […]

How To Be A Music Reviewer

How To Be A Music Reviewer

  Music blogging is exciting. It provides you the chance to get to know musicians and to have access to music prior to its release. But what are the things you must remember when you want to become one? Let me tell you: You have to be proud of yourself when you are a reviewer. […]

The Brian Hazard of Color Theory Q & A

The Brian Hazard of Color Theory Q & A

  I subscribed to the Color Theory newsletter ever since I stumbled upon the music three years ago. The man behind the musical project is Brian Hazard who is based  in Huntington Beach, California. He now enjoys more than a 138,000 via twitter. He has also singles on heavy rotation courtesy of electronic music stations […]

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