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Freedom For Musicians is well into changing the world of “Notes”.
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As a musician myself I really love what I’m seeing here. I don’t perform professionally any more but did so for many years with my partner. These days we still write, record and play and are in the process of creating an archive website for our back catalog to live on. We were slogging away way before Facebook, Youtube and all the other social platforms existed.
Caterina Serpilli is an Italian classical guitarist. She started to play guitar and accordion when she was 12. In 2000 she entered to the Conservatory “G.Rossini ” in Pesaro where she graduated in 2011. In 2010 she also took the degree in Economics at Politecnico delle Marche – “Giorgio Fuà” business college in Ancona.
Ms Serpilli attended as a full student masterclasses with Jason Vieaux, FabioZanon, Giulio Tampalini, Carlos Bonell, Michael Newman, Gaelle Solal MarcinDylla, Oscar Ghiglia and others. From 2011 to 2013 she studied at PreludioCentro Musicale (Bologna) with Walter Zanetti. Currently she is attending theannual masterclass with M° Arturo Tallini (Rome) and from 2012 she is
studying at Guitar Academy “Francisco Tarrega” in Pordenone with Adriano Del Sal.
Originally from Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dani Bustamante is a superb Bass player and writer. His new album ‘Beginning’ not only showcases his talent as a performer but brings to the fore this often underrated yet vital instrument. The bass man holds it all together!
Laurent Méneret, born in France, is a self-taught musician who began playing the guitar at the age of fifteen. Two years later he attended the École Nationale de Musique of La Rochelle where he received a gold medal .He finished his music studies with Michel Sadanowsky at the Université Musicale Internationale de Paris.
During his training he had the opportunity to work with famous guitarists such as Roberto Aussel, Arnaud Dumond, and Pierre Culaz for jazz music.
As a composer, he writes his own works through which he makes himself familiar with the music. Meanwhile he has created a remarkable repertoire of varied solo and ensemble pieces.
He has been a member of the SACEM.
In addition, he works as a teacher of classical guitar at music schools in the area of La Rochelle.
Promo video of the “Solo Guitar Show” project, where I perform my own arrangements of classic pop & rock songs: Beatles, Queen, Police, Eric Clapton, Dire Straits, Michael Jackson, Pink Floyd, Mike Oldfield, Abba, Tears for Fears, Toto, Bon Jovi…
Freedom for musicians is an international cooperative for musicians to share and cross promote each other’s work. In our Facebook group you can promote your gigs, products and
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Soundsmyth was founded in 2003 by Steve Smith and his brother David, along with longtime friend Walt Collins. The three had been playing music together off and on since they were teenagers. In 2006 they were joined by vocalist Ray Palmer and began working on their first CD. A year later Walt left and was replaced on bass by Rich Holtz. Two more years passed before the recordings were finished, mixed and mastered. The CD release party for “We Returned to Rock and Roll” was held at the Token Lounge in Detroit on February 13th, 2009.Sometime after the Detroit gig, David expressed a desire to go back to playing keyboards. The search for a new drummer ended several weeks later when Allan Eberly joined the band. While recording their follow-up CD, Lora Beuoy was asked to join the band as a second vocalist. No sooner were the last tracks recorded that both Allan and Rich departed. The CD was finished in September 2010 but the release was delayed while the “Wolves of Winter” video and cover art were completed. In October David decided to leave the band so Steve and Ray set up shop in what was to become Barking Dogs Studio.
Lora’s husband Ken joined in the fall of 2010 followed by Steve’s daughter Jaclyn the following spring. Over the next four and a half years numerous drummers worked with the band until John Bowden filled the position in 2014. Due to their talent and unique musical style, the band continues to gain fans both locally and internationally.
William Bloom Aka Will Anderson, is a phenomenal talent from Brisbane, Australia. Check out ‘Lionheart’ and the On Song interview to discover more about Will.
Will Anderson is not a middle aged Aussie comedian, he’s an equally talented 19 year old musician who blends modern production with smooth vocals, didgeridoos, guitar and percussion to create a soulful one of a kind sound.
His debut single “Notions” presents a clever mix of acoustic and electronic instruments and was written about shaping your own path. “The song is a conversation about loving someone or something and having influential people around you oppose it and advise against it. Its about saying “fuck it” and letting yourself love who you love and do what you love”
This kid was born with music in his blood. However he didn’t pick up his first musical instrument until age 15 when he was gifted with his dad’s hand-me-down guitar. 4 years on and Will has not only mastered the guitar but can play over 10 different instruments including 3 face melting didgeridoo’s. This guy is the living proof that men can multitask playing most of these instruments live, at once.
After countless hours of practice and under the guidance of local aboriginal and non-aboriginal mentors, the 19 year old now carves his own didgeridoos from the tree’s in his hometown. “I have always wanted to share and in the incredible aboriginal culture and bring people together with my music, these didgeridoos have let me do that”- Will Anderson.
While still at school, he gained national recognition in 2015 by winning the Peoples Choice Awards at Australia’s largest singer/songwriter program Telstra’s Road to Discovery and was named runner up in Queensland Music’s Most Promising Male Songwriter competition in 2016.
This was followed by several festival appearances such as Caloundra Music Festival, Caxton Street Festival and Byron Bay Bluesfest Busking in 2016 as well as supports slots with The Cat Empire, Busby Marou and Kingswood.
With a polished live show and a clear musical vision Will Anderson relocated from Mackay to Gold Coast at the beginning of 2017 to focus solely on music and is set to make a serious impact on the scene with the release of “Notions”.
“I wanted to create something new, something fresh, something that has never been done before” – Will Anderson on Notions.