Written by Brooke Giddens on July 21, 2014 under Artists
Last week in my summer soundtrack blog post, I wrote about how summer to me is country music. Well, that’s just how I spent this last Saturday night! I gathered with all my other country music fans at Wrigley Field to catch Dan + Shay, The Band Perry, and Blake Shelton on the Ten Times […]
Written by Ryan Smith on April 18, 2014 under Artists
About a mile off the 101 in Oxnard, California sits an industrial park surrounded by mountains off in the distance. Inside one of these buildings sits the Drum Channel video facility where the walls were about to be shaken by shredding guitar riffs. For on Tuesday April 15, legendary Megadeth founder and frontman Dave Mustaine came […]
Written by Ryan Smith on March 28, 2014 under Artists
Think about how many great bands there are and have been with four-part harmonies and multiple lead singers. The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, ABBA, Little Big Town, Night Ranger, and so many more. It just works so well. You know exactly who it is because of their music, but certain songs just need a different voice […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on February 28, 2014 under Artists
Hello again, friends! In my post last week, I introduced you to the Juno Award Nominees for Pop Album of the Year. This week, we are going to take a look the nominees for Rock Album of the Year. Again, these are all great albums, and I can’t wait to see which one will be […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on December 12, 2013 under Artists
Last week I thanked our good friend Paul Natkin for providing me some awesome pictures for My 5 Favorite Music Venues in Chicago blog post. “Who is he?” you ask? Well, if you’re a fan of music, and a fan of photography, Paul Natkin is a name you must know. Not only has Paul shot […]
Written by Ryan Smith on November 22, 2013 under Artists
When you get a call from a manager that you have a great relationship with, it’s a good idea to investigate when they tell you they have THE next great artist in their stable. This is exactly what happened between Shure and Florida Georgia Line. I’d also heard about them from an engineer who has […]
Written by Ryan Smith on December 17, 2012 under Artists
I had just flown from a great visit to Shure HQ’s back into Nashville. I could have headed home, but I do not get a chance to see TobyMac and the Diverse City Band that often. The Shure PT Cruiser made its way over to the Bridgestone Arena. There were several artists that had opened […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on December 3, 2012 under Artists
Not all musicians are gearheads, but Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick most certainly is. In fact, his guitar collection elevates ordinary gearheadism to work-of-art status. If you’re in Rockford, Illinois, you can see for yourself at the exhibit Rick’s Picks: A Lifelong Affair with Guitars & Music at the Burpee Museum of Natural History. Running […]
Written by Ryan Smith on September 25, 2012 under Artists
So what’s my Ben Folds experience? My first time hearing anything Ben Folds has composed was while watching the movie “Over The Hedge.” Ben is all over the animated adventure and adds the right elements for the strange characters, one of them voiced by William Shatner. Speaking of William Shatner, Ben produced one of William’s […]
Written by Ryan Smith on January 28, 2012 under Artists
Yeah, that’s right! We rocked at this show! January 19-22, 2012 Anaheim, CA – Anaheim Convention Center From our new products, awesome booth and even more awesome Shure staff, we had an amazing 4 days. We even brought in some of the most recognized names in the music industry to sign autographs and perform in our […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on July 25, 2011 under Artists
Our friend, Melody Demel, wrote this guest blog for Mic Check: I was in L.A. last week catching up with students at a summer camp put on by The Recording Academy called GRAMMY Camp. It was a pretty cool experience, as it gave me the chance to hang out with high school students who take […]
Written by Ryan Smith on March 21, 2011 under Artists
March 16-19 Austin, TX Red Gorilla Music Fest I love this festival! I love being able to meet new people and hearing what directions artists are going musically. I hear music that is a clear throwback to older music, I hear new music that goes in new directions, and a few bands that mix both. […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on February 4, 2011 under Artists
We wrapped up this homage to the SM58® in snow ridden Boston, MA on January 27th at the Paradise Rock Club, a legend in its own right as far as rock venues go. The Shure team arrived the day an entire foot of snow fell down on the city, crippling the masses from getting to […]
Written by Ryan Smith on October 13, 2010 under Artists
Sept 20, 2010 – Nashville, TN It has been WAAAY to long since I’ve seen either these bands perform. I was due for my fix. Both of these groups consistently put out great new music and perform great live. I arrived at Rocketown mid afternoon with some replacement gear in tow and proceeded to set […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on August 23, 2010 under Artists
After leaving the Charter One Pavilion At Northerly Island (formerly Chicago’s Meigs Field for you history buffs out there), I only had one thought left… I haven’t seen a rock show like that in a LONG time! So, here’s what led to this singular thought as I jockeyed for position in the over-crowded over-sold parking […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on March 16, 2010 under Artists
After seeing her perform with Jeff Beck at this year’s GRAMMYs, Irish rockabilly siren Imelda May has certainly got everyone buzzing… especially us! Imelda and her band came to town on Monday, March 15th to play a set at Martyr’s in Chicago, and according to the chosen few there to see her set, she tore […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on August 8, 2017 under Education
Shure Notes® email newsletter subscribers submit their burning audio questions every month. This month, we explore solutions for great vocals that don’t quite cut through the mix.
Written by Ryan Smith on August 3, 2017 under EducationNews
Because every band has to start somewhere, The Accidentals offer practical tips to make sure that your band’s first tour isn’t its last.
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