Justin Hager is having a good time uploading his illustrated jokes featuring famous musicians/bands on his website.
Tag Archives: musicians
A good photograph,’ says Steve Gullick, ‘is one that looks great, one that captures an interesting moment in time, one that tells a story, or in the case of a portrait, offers an insight into the subject.’
This is could be a description of Gullick’s own photographs—his beautiful, inky black portraits that are [...]
250 musicians, 15 years in the making, 40 tracks, 2 albums.
The biggest names in punk, metal, rock, ska, reggae and other genres gave their time for nothing to make this epic project. All proceeds from the music sales go to Cancer Research UK, Rape Crisis, The Terrence Higgins Trust, The Food [...]
The ‘Sex Drugs & HIV’ Project started in 1995 when Mat Sargent wanted to give something back to the charities that helped him on his life journey. He came up with the idea of recording an album with different musicians on each track.
For the first 10 years Mat recorded at Dave Goodman’s home studio [...]
SATURDAY 26 MAY 2012
The Sex Drugs And HIV project was started in 1996 to support and raise awareness for 4 charity’s; Terrence Higgins Trust, Rape Crisis, Release, Cancer Research UK. It took 15 years to record a double album of 40 songs with over 200 musicians. The album will be issued as [...]
Henry founded SLF in 1977 while playing in the local cover band, Highway Star. Convinced that
punk rock was the future of rock music, Henry talked Jake into reforming the group, along with
bass player Ali McMordie. Under the new name, Stiff Little Fingers, the lads began a journey that
led to critical and popular punk rock success [...]
News Source : http://punch-records.co.uk
BASS Festival (British Arts and Street Sounds) is the UK’s only month long celebration of Black Music and Art. Every June, Birmingham comes alive with a phenomenal range of artistic activity.
Produced by Punch, the festival has sought to support artists, organisations and promoters through commissions to produce an event or new [...]
News source : http://www.rockoveramerica.com
Liberty N’ Justice is trying to create awareness of epilepsy and raise money for research to find a cure.
The disease hits very close to home for Justin Murr and his family. Justin’s oldest daughter, Trinity Paige Murr, was diagnosed with epilepsy at age 7.For the past five years she [...]