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Doug Streblow from Buckeye Knoll
It’s every young aspiring musician’s dream to get signed to a major label and make records for the rest of their life–at least it used to be. However, most will never get there. People give up hope, they get beaten down by the music business, their songs or haircut don’t fit the times, no one...
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This Holiday season there’s a lot to be disgruntled about: an economy in the tank, Dizzy Balloon taking their final bow and worst of all, sweaters. On the flip side, however, there is plenty to be thankful for: friends, family and well sweaters. Wherever you stand on the Holiday cheer/scrooge spectrum I wanted to give...
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Waltz in the Snow–Bird Call from Doug Streblow on Vimeo. Bird Call, formally known as Chiara Angelicola is the project of well, Chiara Angelicola the Italian bombshell and Bay Area native who’s been wowing audiences with her powerful voice and stage presence around the Bay for almost a decade. Her latest release is her new...
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Audrye Sessions have been playing music together for about 7 years in the greater Bay Area and so it is with a heavy heart that they pack up their instruments and play one last show before calling it quits. I have seen and played with Audrye Sessions many times since 2004 with my previous band...
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Zen is a big bear. He is well over 6 foot and has a sturdy frame that brings an unmistakable presence to whatever space he’s inhabiting. He sings, writes and plays guitar for the Bay Area Power Pop Rock band Please Do Not Fight out of Redwood City.
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I recently met a man named Shimmy Boyle. He’s a man of his words, a poet some might call him. I like “language magician” better, at least it suits him better. He has a way of wrapping up images in words even the best imaginations seldom can. It’s inspiring to say the least. I won’t...
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So I spent over two years making an album I’m releasing this coming week with my band Buckeye Knoll. It’s called People and Place. I just wanted to take a moment and recap some of the elements that make this album different, significant and special in ways that may or may not make it to...
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Photo by Daniel Wong Some times the most unexpected musical evenings are the ones that turn into the most inspiring. Something happens when you begin to get involved with any “scene”—you find out what you like and what you’re not so fond of. Then you start acting on those likes and dislikes. In the world...
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I was born and raised in a small town in the Napa Valley called St. Helena. There was no scene there, no other bands to look up to and as you can imagine no venues to support a young group of kids trying to make music.
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