All tagged Singer/songwriter
Blaqrock is combining two genres that you might not typically combine, but that’s OK…they’re good at it. Gardner McFadden and Miles Bacon put on a clinic as they bring down the roof at 33 E and showcase their latest originals. Listen to their meaningful lyrics and well-crafted music in a stripped down acoustic version of their tunes. That and more on this edition of The Ryan Pollock show.
Colleen Wild is a wife and mother of two boys yet she is still finding the time to play seven shows in five days. Colleen and Ryan cover everything from her upbringing and origins in music to her duo “Echo and Ransom.” Colleen shows off her songwriting and performing abilities by showcasing songs off her latest EP, “Sing My Soul.” That and more on this edition of The Ryan Pollock show.
Wesley Reno and Patrick Ryan bring a new feel to The Ryan Pollock Show as they talk production. They cover everything from their humble beginnings as young producers to their favorite weird studio tricks to use to get that perfect sound. They even play one of their unfinished tracks and talk about the process of its production. That and more on this edition of The Ryan Pollock show.
Michael Heidemann, producer at WGN Radio, joins the show to talk about the local Chicago music scene and the role that he plays in it. He also talks about his onstage personality, “Michael J. Foxy” who is famous for his bandana sporting performances. Then, Mike tries his luck on the game “It’s Bandanas, B-A-N-D-A-N-A-S!” That and more on this edition of The Ryan Pollock show.
Mike Dixon, A.K.A “MIDIJoyful,” comes on the show to show us what he’s all about. His voice is a special one and holds up to the high expectations. It’s no wonder why he was chosen to audition for NBC’s “The Voice.” When Mike isn’t singing, he’s skating so he determines for Ryan whether a few social decisions are “flips” or “flops.” That and more on this edition of The Ryan Pollock show.
Kristina Cottone joins The Ryan Pollock Show to talk about her solo music career and her role as the lead singer of Chicago’s hippest band, Honey and The 45s. Kristina even gives a little sample of her released and unreleased music. Plus, find out who takes a spoonful of honey and who takes a shot of vinegar. That and more on this edition of The Ryan Pollock show.
Columbia’s very own, Morgan Gold steals the mic and proves just why she’s worthy of her success. Morgan performs a few numbers including a couple of tunes from her 2019 EP, “I’ve Seen Enough, I Know What It Does.” Finally, Ryan raids Morgan’s Twitter account and asks her if some of her past tweets are “tweets” or “twits.” That and more on this edition of The Ryan Pollock Show.
Suri talks about her inspiration, music, and “As I Am” EP. She’s known primarily for her grade-A piano skills, but brings on the six stinger to perform a few of her songs in a never-before-heard style.
Andie (and the Bandit, Devin) reflect on her newest EP, Over It. and how it compares to her previous work. She also talks about her change in image and performs stripped down acoustic versions of her songs.