BEST SINGLE OF 2017

Refreshing, refreshing, refreshing you get to listen to a song!!
Might I mention, this concept is refreshing?
This single is 5 Star

I love the singer!
I love the trombone playing!
That’s right. This is the band that walked off stage at the Bumpstock Festival.
Space Mountain Blues is The 1stBorn’s first recording. It’s intriguing, catchy, upbeat power-pop which is soo missing from today’s music scene.
The other donated songs are great.
I can’t wait to hear more music from this band and their noble audio experiment.

Once Upon A Time In LA



“All the elements of a satisfying read”

Breezy and deep, this book has all the elements of a satisfying read. I vividly remember the era, and have met many of the characters the author describes. Just like the first time I saw This Is Spinal Tap and I cringed instead of laughing at myself, Howard’s characters are that real and I can truly identify with the his depiction of the period. I highly recommend to any music fan.

Sing and Swing

(music to improve your game)

(Feat. Keta Bill)

This intriguing song discusses the tempo, timing, and other ingredients for an under-control golf swing.


Vocalist Keta Bill and the 1st Born have made great sports music.

Golfing Music
Photo cred – http://maxpixel.freegreatpicture.com/Golfing-Golfer-Player-Golf-Male-Course-1960998CC0 1.0 Universal

Any golfer would benefit by adding some tempo to their game.

THE BIRTHPLACE OF JAZZ

A must for any student or lover of the jazz. New Orleans is the capital of JAZZ. A new wonderful site devoted to the history of jazz is a must for any one who is headed to this “Mecca of Jazz.” New Orleans’ walking tours thru significant music creation areas are explained and they sound great! I know what I’m going to do on my next trip to this wonderful town.

Wikimedia Commons. Photo by Marie Carianna.

I just love their mission:

“The history of the city’s music, and its outsized influence in popular music everywhere, can be traced to creole cottages, parlors, churches, and street corners as well as concert halls and auditoriums,” a note on the site reads. “Some are still active; others have been transformed or demolished. A Closer Walk highlights and contextualizes these sites, to advocate for their future, to celebrate their memory, and to honor the men and women who have shared their music with us.”