Interview: The Promise of Dee Daniels


Dee Daniels is a master of many trades. This genre-crossing American singer, songwriter, musician and educator has impacted the lives and careers of fellow musicians and fans alike for decades. Her ability to command a song or a stage has enabled her to work with some of the greatest artists … Continue Reading →

Interview: The Imaginaries talk about Inspiration, Success, Recording and Playing Live again


The multi-talented husband-and-wife duo of Shane Henry and Maggie McClure, together known as The Imaginaries, has published their self-titled debut album in March. The folk rock LP was recorded alongside other great musicians in Muscle Shoals, Alabama, and covers themes such as love, faith, and struggle. The first two songs … Continue Reading →

Interview: Rachael Sage on Survival, Gratitude and Artistic Positivity


For twenty-five years, Rachael Sage has immersed herself in almost every expression of art, including drama, ballet, music, the visual arts, and poetry. As a multi-talented creative mind, Sage has often found strength, rest and relief in her imagination and her desire to create. Never was this respite and volition … Continue Reading →

Interview: Haley Johnsen on finding her Purpose in Music and inspiring others


Love for music is a matter of profession for many artists. But for Haley Johnsen it’s a purpose unmatched. Even as a shy girl growing up in Beaverton, Oregon, Haley was convinced that music is her destiny. This passion has fueled her growth from the young hopeful she was on … Continue Reading →

Interview: Blitz The Ambassador on pioneering a global African presence in Music and Film


Ghana’s “Native Sun” Blitz The Ambassador is consistent to the letter. His brand has always been “Afropolitan”. His message remains “Diasporadical”. And whatever images of continental Africans are etched in your memory, he sets the record straight with an enlightened “Stereotype”. Behind these titles of the globetrotting mastermind’s critically acclaimed … Continue Reading →