May 10th, 2013 by homegrownmusiccafe
This podcast features: Jilian Rae a 15 year old singer-songwriter from Long Island. Her music is upbeat and can make someone who is having a bad day, smile and forget about everything for at least 4 minutes and 2 seconds. Jillian
Rae's sound feeds the soul and spreads positive energy one note at a time.
Pandafan is a newborn band, created in the days following a hurricane, the organic result of three young people with a need for positive creativity in
the uncertain atmosphere and candlelit living rooms of Sandy's aftermath. Without trying to, Pandafan has hit on a sound that takes the freshest music on the Indie scene to the next level.
Mar 22nd, 2013 by homegrownmusiccafe
Deborah Lombardi, not letting one genre define her, this Long Island based singer-songwriter has a knack for mixing elements of rock, country and pop, with catchy melodies and thought-provoking lyrics. Supported by her passionate voice and multi-instrumental abilities on guitar and piano, she can hold her own whether she's performing solo-acoustic or backed up by her band.
This podcast features a performance from Miles to Dayton. "Come and meet the family you never knew you had. Miles to Dayton's music happens at a personal level, their message of love blending elements of folk, rock, classical, and funk into an irresistible invitation. The M2D recipe is simple: four-part vocal harmony, clever songwriting, improvisational violin and cello, and an infectious rhythm section that stirs up the creative stew."
Nov 16th, 2012 by homegrownmusiccafe
This podcast features a performance by Robert Bruey and Friends. "Robert's music is honest and real, raw and meaningful, gritty and naturalistic. His unique finger-picking style -- with notes carefully left alone to be heard in the moment -- provides a perfect complement for his earthy, soulful voice and the meaningful, introspective lyrics of his songs. Robert paints with words, imbuing his songs with imagery that enables listeners to visualize his stories as he sings them."