.Scott Morley

February 11, 2014

The Durbin Legend

James Durbin talks life post-‘Idol’ and his sophomore album, ‘Celebrate’ In the bitter winter of New York, James Durbin reminisces about his hometown of...
November 13, 2013

When You’re Strange

Tera Melos unleashes the weird, melts faces The faint of heart may want to steer clear of The Crepe Place when Tera Melos comes...
August 21, 2013

Making their Mark

Eliquate dusts off, releases ‘A Chalkboard’s War Against Erasers’ The road to success is littered with obstacles that many artists never overcome. But where...
January 30, 2013


Legendary finger-style master Tommy Emmanuel talks childhood and the power of music For more than half a century, Tommy Emmanuel has traveled the globe,...
January 16, 2013

Deep Cuts

Amidst adversity Tristan Prettyman reconnects with music and soars After nearly eight years of recording and touring, singer/songwriter Tristan Prettyman found herself in a terrible...
January 9, 2013

Rushad Eggleston

Like many classically trained musicians, Rushad Eggleston started playing music at a young age, picking up the violin at 3 and moving to the...
January 2, 2013

The Ghost of Wrights

Straight out of the Santa Cruz Mountains, The Ghost of Wrights are a manifestation of the spirits of a time and place forgotten by...
April 26, 2012


Border hopping to American jazz fame: the Alfredo Rodriguez storyAfter struggling for three years to leave Cuba and enter America legally, Alfredo Rodriguez found...