The Complete 58th Grammy Awards List of Winners Record of the Year: Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars, “Uptown Funk” Album of the Year: Taylor Swift, 1989 Best New Artist: Meghan Trainor Best Rock Performance: Alabama Shakes, “Don’t Wanna Fight” Best Musical Theater Album: Hamilton Song of the Year: Ed Sheeran, “Thinking Out Loud” Best Country … Continue reading The Complete 58th Grammy Awards List of Winners
It’s Grammy Week! It’s the biggest week in music, Grammy Week! It’s a week of industry parties, performances and excitement building toward the big awards ceremony. The big performance (that will be televised) will feature performances from heavy hitters like Taylor Swift,Rihanna, Justin Bieber, Diplo, Skrillex, Chris Stapleton, Bonnie Raitt, Gary Clark Jr., Pitbull, Robin … Continue reading It’s Grammy Week! – 58th Grammy Awards
Lady Gaga Wows w/ National Anthem @ Superbowl 50 Lady Gaga has had quite a year reinventing herself, or should we say rediscovering herself? After a Grammy-winning album with Tony Bennett and incredible performance of the Sound of Music, she astonished the rest of the world with her respectful and powerful performance of “The … Continue reading Lady Gaga Wows w/ National Anthem @ Superbowl 50
You may remember Muriel Anderson as one of the first featured guitarists in our DVD series “From the Top of the Fret” with Stephen Housden. Muriel has stayed busy with her music and most recently made an appearance at the 2016 NAMM Convention! Muriel Anderson, Mino Cinelu and Victor Wooten rocked out the Hilton lobby during … Continue reading Catching Up with Muriel Anderson!
Apple Music Memos is like voice memos, but MUCH more magical. There’s a singular button at the center of the screen that you tap when you’re ready to record (and even then, there’s an “auto” mode that will detect when music is being played and start recording immediately). Play with either piano or guitar (you can … Continue reading Apple Music Memos Available for FREE on iTunes App Store!
Some of us hit mental or emotional roadblocks when creating music. Some of us succumb to these excuses and some of us work past them or use them as muses for our art. David Bowie was not only one of the most creative musicians in rock history, but also let no excuse get in the … Continue reading Remembering David Bowie
Wishing all of you musicians and songwriters the best year yet! -The Vision4Music Team
The holidays are a time for family, friends and cheesy TV specials, but it wouldn’t be the same without those trademark Christmas and holiday songs! There are many misconceptions about holiday music, so we’re going to clear up a few here. Songs that are in the public domain are mostly those composed before 1923, and … Continue reading Holiday Songwriting and the Public Domain!
James Corden has had quite a year. His first season hosting “The Late Late Show” as a successor of Craig Ferguson was a hit spawning viral videos like “Carpool Karaoke”. With a year of big laughs and witty comedy, it was a pleasant surprise that Corden opted to close his 2015 debut season with a … Continue reading James Corden Can Sing!
We are excited to roll out a new look for Vision4Music.com. The new site is designed to better feature our original content – interviews with musicians on the road, concert photography, and our From the Top of the Fret DVD series of interviews with master guitarists.