Shure Artist Relations narrations from the road
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07.18.2014| By Cory Lorentz|
I have been friends with the guys in Anthrax for their entire career. Back in the beginning, when their first album came out, I was regularly selling pictures to Playboy Magazine. I met up with the band backstage at the Aragon Ballroom, and in the course of the conversation, I …
08.16.2013| By Ryan Smith|
I was driving to the office this morning and something made me think about the first artist interview I did back when I was in college. So please stay with me a bit as I lead you up to that interview. I attended Southern Illinois University at Carbondale as a …
07.13.2012| By Ryan Smith|
Welcome to the first in a series of AR blogs where we will dig deeper into this Music Industry and sometimes ourselves. Over the next few months, we are going to be covering a lot of interesting topics so please check in every week and join the conversations. In this industry, there are so many captivating stories. We hope others that share the title of Artist Relations will join this discussion and share their story of what lead them into this position. _______________ I am looking back over what has been and continues to be …tagsAnthraxArtist RelationsBostonChick Corea & The Elektric BandFleetwood MacJJCJoliet Junior CollegeKISSRushSammy Davis Jr.SIUSouthern Illinois UniversityThe Mama's & The Papa's
07.28.2010| By Richard Sandrok|
It took me a long time to get in to metal. I’m still exploring. No one in my house listened to it growing up, so the only exposure I had was through MTV. Hair metal was all over the latter half of the 80′s, which was OK if you were a pre-teen. I really couldn’t identify with smoking and drinking and going to strip clubs though, so it didn’t have too much appeal.
06.17.2010| By Richard Sandrok|
If there was one tour I wished I was in Europe for this year, it’d be the Big 4. I just got some pics from Slayer’s management. Here’s from Sonisphere Festival in Warsaw, Poland. All photos (c) 2010 Andrew Stuart/Future Grandpa (and much thanks for allowing us to post these, Stu!) I was reading Scott Ian’s tweets afterward. They melted the faces off a crowd of 100,000! Richard
10.01.2005| By Allison Wolcott|
Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds headlines this issue, in which editor Cory Lorentz foregos the usual Letter from the Editor in favor of a simple remembrance of Michael Dalquist, Johnathan Glick, and Douglas Meis, three Shure Associates who tragically left this world too soon. View and download the full On Tour With Shure Fall 2005 Issue on shure.com. Check out interviews and pics of the following artists featured in this issue: Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds System Of A Down Paul Wertico DKT/MC5 Doves Jesse McCartney Faith Evans Anthrax Trail of Dead Trace AdkinstagsAnthraxDKT/MC5DovesFaith EvansJesse McCartneyKenny "Babyface" EdmondsOn Tour With ShurePaul WerticoSystem Of A DownTrace AdkinsTrail of Dead