To help move forward on “Time Machine,” Michaelson enlisted the help of Michael Busbee — whose songwriting credits include Kelly Clarkson, Daughtry, The Fray, Lady Antebellum, and P!nk — to take a fresh approach to the song.
For some musicians, there comes a point in their career when they have to swallow a bitter pill: I didn’t make. Now what do I do?
That moment came eerily close for singer-songwriter Rachel Platten.
What’s worse: Singing to the back of chairs or in front of the celebrity judges/coaches as they stare directly into your eyes?
The dark tone of “Dollhouse” comes from Martinez’s perception of her hometown of Baldwin, New York.
Los Angeles native Andy Grammer’s second studio album Magazines or Novels runs the gamut of emotions and quandaries, but his latest singe — “Honey, I’m Good” — provides a clear message for anyone who finds their eyes wandering.
“Hold Back the River” singer James Bay was in studio with Fresh 102.7’s Christine Richie and discussed his parents’ proudest moment regarding his music career.
The choice to evolve from being a songwriter to an individual artist can be a difficult decision to make. Tove Lo recently made the brave transition from just putting her name in the songs’ credits to putting her name and face right next to the song’s title.
In an exclusive open questionnaire with Fresh 102.7 Passenger talked about what it is like to come to New York from time-to-time.
It might be hard to believe but Tegan and Sara have been making music for close to 20 years. The sisters began their musical evolution in Calgary, Alberta, Canada in 1995.
“I’ll probably Tweet about who I’m most excited to meet once I meet them and take a picture,” Hayes said. “I gotta have my moment. I have to freak out. I gotta see somebody and be like, ‘Oh my gosh, I’m a huge fan!,’ and then I’ll admit to it on Twitter.”