Test, Test, is this thing even on? Hello, everyone and welcome to the Second Season of All Music Matters. My, has it been awhile? it sure is good to be back after a long summer break! This Month, Karen … Continue reading The Miller Tells it All! Conversation with Karen Miller.
“Like a church choirmaster, he delivered the congregation to an unforgettable holy experience.” On a peculiar July summer’s day, where rain and rear of sunshine come and go stood King’s Place. The art gallery/event venue was larger than life with … Continue reading Jim Lauderdale Live at King’s Place Review.
Some say it’s as if Gov’t Mule meeting Sheryl Crow combined with PJ Harvey compelling voice and Jimi Hendrix on Guitar, For the final episode of the Spring Season, All Music Matters is joined by Debra Devi a rock guitarist … Continue reading “All Women should become Rock Stars” in depth with Debra Devi
He’s a singer, a songwriter, a poet, a great guitar player and sometime actor, who by the way does a killer Johnny Cash impersonation. Meanwhile, with songs that had been covered by numerous artists, including Jimmy Buffett, Alan Jackson, Anne … Continue reading The Storytellers of Country Music. A conversation with Verlon Thompson.
“The King of Broken Hearts, Americana phenomena Jim Lauderdale sat down with All Music Matters to discuss his recent album “London Southern”, early upbringing, influences, and career.” Earthlings, behold what I’m about to share. “All Music Matters” are proud to … Continue reading A conversation with Jim Lauderdale.
Valentine’s Day has passed and so did it’s blues. But the blues don’t always have to be lonesome harp playing and bottleneck moaning. Over the last couple of weeks, I sat down with Frenchie and found out how a little … Continue reading 21st Century and the Blues
Greetings Earthling and welcome to All Music Matters Podcast on Richmond Free Press website. Talking about awesomeness, we have our very own podcast! I’m Raghad your worst nightmare and host. “All Music Matters” is a music podcast show discussing all … Continue reading WE HAVE A PODCAST!
The “So Long Marianne” legend who conquered the music world by defying the laws of poetry and leading them into songwriting had sadly passed away on the 11th of November 2016 just a month after his album release “You Say … Continue reading Who was Leonard Cohen?
South Kensington and High Street Kensington is basically the hub for all of us Richmond students. Some of us go to the museums quite frequently as we take courses on the High Street campus. Though, have you ever wondered what … Continue reading Musical Monuments in South and High Street Kensington