Interviews

Q&A: FLAWES – Coffee House Sessions, Debut album and taxidermy

For those that haven’t heard of you before could you tell us a bit about yourselves and your story?  We’re a 3 piece alternative pop band from Huddersfield / London. Huss and JC went to school together, moved down to London and met Freddie through a mutual friend. We’ve been together for 2 years now.  How did you get involved with Coffee House Sessions?  We’d heard about th...[Read More]

Q&A: Jess Weimer – Empowering songwriting, a kickass melody and classic vibes

For those people that haven’t heard of you before could you tell us a little bit about yourself? I’m a singer/songwriter, violinist, and guitarist from Wichita, Kansas. I moved to LA after graduating from Chapman University. In addition to my own music, I have written and recorded original music for projects ranging from an independent travel documentary to promotional campaigns for TV...[Read More]

Q&A: James Yuill – A Change Of State

For those readers that haven’t heard of before could you tell us a bit about yourself? Sure thing. I’m 6ft 3ins, blonde with glasses. GSOH. Love taking long walks with my dog and quiet nights in by the fire, watching obscenely graphic horror films on either Amazon Prime or Netflix. Oh, I also make music. Having specialised in audio forensics do you find that you approach writing music differ...[Read More]

Q&A: Francisca Venezuela – Singer, songwriter, poet, designer, entrepreneur and unstoppable force of nature.

(Los Angeles, CA) Singer, songwriter, poet, designer, entrepreneur and unstoppable force of nature, Francisca Valenzuela is a phenomenal multifaceted artist who has commanded stages in Latin America, Europe and the US.  Born in San Francisco, USA, of Chilean parents, Francisca’s career includes platinum and gold albums, world tours, a Latin Grammy nomination, and founding a major music festival. S...[Read More]

Q&A: Ellen Thweatt ReverbNation Competition Winner – Halfway to the Clouds

For those readers that haven’t heard of you before could you tell us a bit about yourself, your story? I started singing when I was a little girl, and sang “Amazing Grace” at memorials and special events, and would sing the U.S. National Anthem occasionally for horse shows and city football games. I played brass in band since I was a kid, and then got into guitar because that way I could wri...[Read More]

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