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Despite Family Tragedies, Dave Matthews Still Going Strong

Having faced more than one family tragedy in his life, Dave Matthews has continued to find success and compassion in all he does.

Matthews family sorrows possibly began in 1977 when his father died of lung cancer. The devastation inspired him to write the lyrics for “carpe diem”. In 1994, Matthews’ older sister was murdered by her husband, who then subsequently committed suicide. That year, Matthews performed with Tim Reynolds at The Wetlands where he dedicated that performance to her memory. He also released the album Under The Table and Dreaming to her.

Then, in August of 2008, the band suffered the loss of founding band member LeRoi Moore who died from complications stemming from an ATV accident.

Dave Matthews was born in Johannesburg, South Africa. His family immigrated to New York when Matthews was two. The family then moved to Cambridge, England in 1974, then back to South Africa in 1977. Matthews moved back to New York in 1986 where he worked for IBM for a short time before then moving to Charlottesville, Virginia. It was in Charlottesville that he became a part of the local music community. By 1991, he started The Dave Matthews Band. Joining him was Boyd Tinsley, LeRoi Moore, Carter Beauford, Stefan Lessard and Peter Griesar. The band’s first show was on April 20, 1991 at the Earth Day Festival in Charlottesville.

In 1993, The Dave Matthews Band released their first album Remember Two Things. The album went on to be certified gold by the RIAA as an independent album. The band’s fan base grew quickly as the band allowed fans to tape shows for their personal use. In 1994, the band recorded Under The Table and Dreaming and the group went on its first official national tour. The album became certified four times platinum. Despite the awards, it wasn’t until 1996 that the group became more mainstream with the release of Crash. The album quickly jumped to No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart. Now having a name and a large following, by the time the group released Live At Red Rocks in 1997, the album debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 charts without any marketing or promotion. The grassroots band quickly jumped to becoming one of the hottest bands in America.

In 1998, DMB released their third studio album Before These Crowded Streets. The recording debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. The band was at its highest, selling out stadiums and arenas across the country.

Changing it up a bit in 1999, Dave Matthews and Tim Reynolds began performing as a duo acoustically. Live at Luther College debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 chart and has since been certified platinum by the RIAA .

During the new millennium, the band spent much of its time on tour and becoming the top-grossing touring band in the U.S. That same year Matthews joined producer Glen Ballard in Los Angeles to fine-tune song arrangements for a new album. The pair wound up co-writing 12 new songs in a matter of days. In 2001, a fourth studio album was released – Everyday. The album went triple platinum.

The Dave Matthews Band continued to release successful albums, including Live in Chicago 12.19.98, Live At Folsom Field, Boulder CO, The Central Park Concert, The Gorge, Weekend on the Rocks, Live At Radio City, Live At Piedmont Park, Live At Mile High Music Festival, Europe 2009, and Live in Las Vegas.

In addition to the band’s success, Matthews released his first solo album Some Devil in 2003. The single “Gravedigger” went platinum and Matthews won a Grammy Award in 2004. At the same time, Matthews was performing with other musicians and appearing as a guest vocalist on various albums as well as in concert. He sang on the Blue Man’s Group’s second album The Complex as well as with Bela Fleck and the Flecktones. Matthews has also performed with Emmylou Harris where the two performed a duet on “My Antonia” for her 2000 album Red Dirt Girl.

Despite Matthew’s personal tragedies, he has continued on a successful musician, and philanthropist.

Jeff Bachmeier is owner of, an online music and online radio station network providing live streaming Internet Radio channels with music from the 50’s thru Today. Users can also choose to create their own customized on demand playlist through their own social media profile. For more information please visit

Jobs in the Music Industry

Having a career in the music industry does not mean you have to have a great voice or musical talent. There are a lot of careers within the industry that require other skills such as marketing, promotions, and design. Your dream to be a part of the music industry does not have to be crushed just because you cannot sing or a play the guitar or drums. The industry has a lot of opportunities to be involved with music, fame, and stardom. Here are some jobs to consider if you want to be a part of it.

If you are really passionate about some of your favorite bands or artists, being a promoter may be the job for you. Promoting bands can be a lot of fun and is a great job for someone with a lot of passion, an outgoing personality, and who loves live music. Promoting bands can be as simple as handing out flyers for their next concert, or as complicated as maintaining a website for the band. Music promoters’ jobs are to promote concerts.

If you like to be in control or naturally take on the role as a leader, you may want to consider being a music agent or artist manager. These jobs require a lot of organization, keeping up with schedules, and making things happen for the band or artist you are managing. You have to keep an artist’s best interest in mind to ensure a promising and successful career. A manager takes on a lot of responsibility, especially business opportunities, so that musicians can focus on creating and recording music. An agent works with promoters and managers to plan and implement concerts and live music shows.

Another great job in the industry, especially if you are creative, is to be a cover design illustrator. This person designs the covers of albums for an artist or band. You do not have to be musically creative in to be in the music industry, you can be artistically creative. Designing the cover of an album is very important and can also brand an image for the musician you are working with. Album covers are iconic and sometimes remembered forever.

One of the best ways to help a band strive in the industry is to be in radio. Traditional and Internet Radio stations also have a lot of jobs in this industry alone. You can be a producer, a DJ, or be in production and voice overs. Working on a radio program allows you the space and ability to introduce new talent and promote the talent and play music from your favorite artists.

If you like to teach or work with aspiring artists, you can work in the industry as a music educator. You do not need to work at a school as a music teacher, but you can have music studios and teach voice or instrument lessons. A lot of record labels have music educators that work with bands on technique, tone, tempo, and rhythm among other things.

The music industry is not narrowed down to just singers and musicians. There are a lot of opportunities to be a part of the industry for music lovers and creative souls.

About the Author: Jeff Bachmeier is owner of, an online music and online radio station network providing live streaming Internet Radio channels with music from the 50’s thru Today. Users can also choose to create their own customized on demand playlist through their own social media profile. For more information please visit

James Taylor and Carole King Perform Together

James Taylor and Carole King have linked up to start their “Live at the Troubadour” tour. Taylor and King originally performed at Troubadour on Santa Monica Boulevard in West Hollywood, California November of 1970. At the time, Taylor had just released his debut album and King was getting her feet off the ground as a songwriter. The time was pivotal for both performers’ careers, which stemmed the idea of having a reunion, now thirty years later.

James Taylor has had a successful career that started in 1968. Selling over 40 million albums and earning 40 gold, platinum and multi-platinum awards and five Grammy Awards has made him a household name. Popular singles from Taylor’s career include: “Fire and Rain,” “Country Road,” “Something in The Way She Moves,” “Mexico,” “Shower The People,” “Your Smiling Face,” “Carolina In My Mind,” “Sweet Baby James,” “Don’t Let Me Be Lonely Tonight,” “You Can Close Your Eyes,” “Walking Man,” “Never Die Young,” “Shed A Little Light,” “Copperline” and many more.

Taylor is also known for setting a precedent as a solo singer/songwriter who has inspired countless young musicians.

James Taylor found success quickly, by 1970 his release “Sweet Baby James” went triple-platinum and helped set off his first Top 10 hit “Fire and Rain.” By 1971 “Mud Slide Slim and The Blue Horizon” was another hit single. This was followed by his hit “You’ve Got A Friend”, a song written by Carole King. The song won a Grammy Award in 1971.

Carole King has also held her own when it comes to accolades. King wrote her first Number 1 song in 1959, “Will You Love Me Tomorrow”. In addition to writing hit songs for other performers, King has also made 25 solo albums. She has won four Grammy Awards and was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. She holds the record for the longest time for an album by a female to remain on the charts and the longest time for an album by a female to hold the #1 position.

King’s most popular album Tapestry was released in 1971. The album ranked No. 1 for 15 consecutive weeks and remained on the charts for six years. Tapestry sold over 25 million copies worldwide and was certified diamond in the US by the RIAA. The album also won four Grammy Awards and Album of the Year, Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, as well as Record of the Year.

The return to the Troubadour by Taylor and King hold’s many memories for the couple. The small venue also served as the home to musicians such as the Eagles, Elton John, Jackson Browne, Linda Ronstadt and Joni Mitchell. Taylor and King say performing at the Troubadour was meant to rekindle a wonderful memory as well as celebrate a love of music and making music. Taylor states: “The Troubadour in 1971 wasn’t the beginning, but it was a big step into the light for both of us. When we reunited for the Troubadour’s 50th Anniversary celebration in 2007, it felt like yesterday. It was, and still is, all about the music and the celebration of performing together.”  King adds, “What’s even more remarkable is that James’s and my musical connection and friendship continue to transcend time and place. Whenever we’re together, there we are. I feel a tremendous gratitude to be able to share this experience with James, with this fine band, and most of all, with the fans.”

The 60-concert “Troubadour Reunion” world tour kicked off in Melbourne, Australia on March 26th and will travel to New Zealand and Japan before coming to North America in May. For the Troubadour Reunion tour, King and Taylor will once again be joined on stage by Kortchmar, Sklar and Kunkel.

Jeff Bachmeier is owner of, an online music and online radio station network providing live streaming Internet Radio channels with music from the 50’s thru Today. Users can also choose to create their own customized on demand playlist through their own social media profile. For more information please visit

Usher – Still Standing

Releasing his sixth studio album on March 30, 2010, Usher’s Raymond v. Raymond, has already become his third consecutive album to debut at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart.

Achieving success is nothing new to Usher, born Usher Raymond, October 14, 1978. Usher has achieved ten #1 singles worldwide, with nine on the Billboard Hot 100. He has achieved fifteen Top 10 singles on the Billboard Hot 100, thirteen as a lead artist, and two as a featured artist. In the UK he has proven himself quite successful as well with 11 Top 10 singles on the UK Singles Chart. Usher is also the first artist to have a number-one single on the UK Singles Chart and the Billboard Hot 100 during the 1990s, 2000s and the 2010s.

Usher Raymond was born in Chattanooga, Tennessee in 1978 and moved to Atlanta, Georgia when he was 12.  As with many rising stars, he started singing with his church choir. While he was still in school, L.A. Reid signed him to La Face records. His self-titled debut record was produced by P. Diddy and released in 1994. Although his first album didn’t come out with a bang, Usher made a big enough impact to get noticed by Coca-Cola who asked him to record jingles for the 1996 Summer Olympics. At that time, he joined with other vocalists and formed the group Black Men United, which recorded the song “U Will Know”. The song reached No. 28 on the Billboard Hot 100 in late 1994 and No. 5 on the Hot R&B Hip Hop Charts.

Still in High School, Usher pushed forward. He produced the album “My Way” after graduating from school, co-writing six of the nine tracks. The album was released in 1997 and served as a breakthrough album for him, reaching No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and No. 1 on the R&B album charts.

Usher followed this successful album with a number of hit singles that include: “You Make Me Wanna”(1997), “My Way” (1998), and “Nice & Slow (1998). His albums My Way and 8701 were his most successful. Usher also tried his hand at acting, appearing in TV series such as The Bold and The Beautiful and Moesha, and movies such as The Faculty and She’s All That.

Usher received his first Grammy Award nomination as Best Male R&B Vocal Performance for “You Make Me Wanna”, which also won him for Best Male R&B/Soul.

On a personal level, Usher founded New Look, a non-profit charity organization which was created to provide young people with a new look on life through education and real-world experience. The charity was started to help rebuild and revitalize city blocks in New Orleans. Usher partnered with Armani Exchange in creating “Love 4 Life” dog tags to raise money for the project.

Usher’s latest album Raymond v. Raymond is expected to follow in the success of his album Confessions. The album was released only months after Usher’s divorce from Tameka Foster. The single “Papers” was released as the first promotional single for the album in October 2009 on iTunes. The single reached the top of Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs for two consecutive weeks, becoming his tenth number one single on that chart. The song also peaked at No. 31 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States.

Raymond v Ramond album singles so far are seeing more success than those of Here I Stand.  On March 20, 2010, Usher released his first international single and third official single “OMG”. It reached number-one in Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, Australia and the United States.

Usher may have started his career in 1994, but he is still going strong now in 2010 and possibly into years to come.

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80s Music Online: Background on the Genre

By Jamie Macedo

80s music 80s Music Online: Background on the GenreWho can forget 80s Music Radio? The 80s was a time period which transitioned into its own music genre, lead in part by dramatic changes in recording technology, notably the widespread use of samples, synthesizers and keyboards. Before today’s 80s music streaming online, the genre incolved of the most dramatic changes in music. The defining changes to the music industry in the 80′s occurred in the 1981 with the launch of MTV (a.k.a. Music Television). Ironically, the first video ever played on MTV was “Video Killed the Radio Star”, by The Buggles. This new music platform quickly gained mainstream popularity and was clutched tightly by artists such as Duran Duran, Madonna and Michael Jackson, turning the once auditory centric music industry into an visual explosion of audio and visuals.

80′s Music: Genre Revolution

vinyl record 80s Music Online: Background on the GenreIt could be argued that the biggest mark on 80′s Music was artist’s heavy reliance on the synthesizer, which came around 1980. However, perhaps more intriguing is the movement from artists in existing genres towards new and uncharted waters. Many unique genres which sprouted up and become accepted mainstream genres were in their infancy in the 80′s.

Metal – Metallica and Megadeth become increasingly popular in the early to mid 80′s.

Alternative – Alternative bands start to enter mainstream music.

Indie Rock – Indie rock bands have their roots in the early 80′s

Teen Pop – Teen pop also hails to the 80′s. This new genre includes groups like: New Kids on the Block, Tiffany, Stacey Q, and The Bangles.

Pop Music – Pop music in general became extremely popular, becoming a global phenomenon

Hip-hop – While Hip-hop began in the 70′s, in the 80′s Hiphop became mainstream and had a strong influence on pop music in the late 1980′s

Latin Music – Latin music begins taking strides, with artists such as Julio Iglesias and Juan Gabriel making waves.

Top 40 Music of the 80s: Key Events


Year Event
1980 - Joy Division singer Ian Curtis commits suicide
- John Lennon is murdered outside the Dakota Building in New York City
- Accidental death of Led Zeppelin drummer John Bonham
- Death of Tim Hardin
- Death of Vinicius de Moraes
- Iron Maiden release their debut self-titled album.
- AC/DC release Back In Black.
1981 - MTV first airs
- Death of Bob Marley
1982 - Death of Thelonious Monk, Lightnin’ Hopkins, Glenn Gould
- Michael Jackson releases Thriller, the best-selling album of all time
- Blondie disband
- The compact disc is introduced
1983 - Death of Muddy Waters
- New Order release “Blue Monday”
- Def Leppard releases Pyromania
- The Police’s Synchronicity tour starts
- Metallica releases their first album Kill ‘Em All
- Madonna releases her 5x Platinum self-titled debut album.
1984 - Death of Marvin Gaye
- Release of Bob Marley & The Wailers collection Legend, the best-selling reggae album of all time
- Madonna releases “Like A Virgin” which goes Diamond
- Akhnaten by Philip Glass premieres in Stuttgart
- Prince releases the album and film Purple Rain
- Van Halen release the Diamond-certified 1984, which contains the #1 single “Jump” and becomes their last studio album to feature David Lee Roth on vocals
1985 - Death of Rick Nelson
- Live Aid and Farm Aid benefit concerts
- Whitney Houston releases her first self-titled album which becomes the most successful feminine debut album of all time
- The famous hard rock band ‘Guns N’ Roses‘ was formed in LA, USA.
1986 - Aerosmith re-records “Walk This Way” with rap group Run-DMC which blends rock and rap music, introduces rap music to a mainstream audience for the first time
- Bon Jovi releases Slippery When Wet which stays at #1 on the Billboard 200 for 15 weeks, the longest ever for a hard rock album
- Madonna releases the hit album True Blue
- Pixies form in Boston.
1987 - Michael Jackson releases the album Bad, which is the first and only album to have 5 consecutive #1 hits on the Billboard Hot 100.
- Guns N’ Roses releases Appetite for Destruction
- Def Leppard releases Hysteria
- U2 release the mult-platined album The Joshua Tree
- Whitney Houston releases her second album Whitney with one of the biggest hit singles of 80s I Wanna Dance With Somebody
- Death of legendary record producer John H. Hammond.
1988 - Living Colour releases first studio album Vivid;
- Bon Jovi releases New Jersey, which charts five consecutive Top 10 hits on the Billboard Hot 100, the most ever for a hard rock album
- Formation of the Traveling Wilburys
- Death of Roy Orbison.
1989 - Madonna releases the hit Like a Prayer album.

80′s Music Radio Online: The Current Phenomenon

rick astley 80s Music Online: Background on the GenreRick Astley’s Rick Roll is one big hit which was originally created in the 80′s, but gained massive popularity only within the last few years as an 80s online streaming radio sensation. This artist, and more precisely the song they created in the 80′s, has been seen on YouTube over 36 million times in just the last few years.  Even spawning its own internet meme, “Never Gonna Give You Up” by Rick Astley, is arguably the most popular 80′s song on the internet today (although this popularity is not necessarily reflected in online music radio and not exclusively for its own musical merits). The music video is typically shared with others via a bait and switch method, in which a person provides a link to some material online (typically obfuscated) with the intent of leading others to believe the material is relevant to the current topic of discussion. Once they click the link, the visitor taken to a page where a Rick Astley’s “Never Gonna Give You Up” video is playing, this scenario is now colloquially known as  “getting Rick Rolled”, or “RickRoll’d”.

Top 40 Net Radio: Its 80s Roots

By Jeff Bachmeier

Top 40 Music Top 40 Net Radio: Its 80s RootsAlso known as Mainstream Top 40 and Contemporary Hits Radio, Top 40 Net Radio Music is based loosely on playing only the top music from many other formats. Recently, more and more music hits are being “exposed” directly from the format, as program and music directors are willing to take more chances on new music being released. The majority of the Top 40 Music played fall into 3 main music genres or categories: Rock, Pop and RnB with the majority of those genres falling into the pop category.

The Hits Channel format (a.k.a. CHR) was officially labeled in the early 1980′s, however the Top 40 format can be traced back as far as the 1950′s. Top 40 Music has had its ups and downs over the years but continues to stand the test of time with artists such as: Chubby Checker in the 60s, Steve Miller Band in the 70s, Paula Abdul in the 80s, Backstreet Boys in the 90s and Beyonce currently.

Top 40 Net Radio Music: Music Hits Revolution

 Top 40 Net Radio: Its 80s RootsTop 40 Music is a diverse and widely popular music format for just about any age group. It could be argued that there’s no one right way to program the format, which is what makes it so popular. There are a few specific CHR categories that most hit radio fall under the following genres.

CHR / POP or Mainstream Top 40′s

For the most part this format plays pop, urban, alternative and rock music hits, and every once in a while a country crossover song. Some of the current artists heard on CHR / POP Top 40 Net Radio are: Eminem, Black Eyed Peas, Kelly Clarkson, Justin Timberlake, Rihanna, Britney Spears, Fall Out Boy

CHR / Rhythmic or CHR / Urban AC

This Top 40 net (or traditional radio) Hits radio format focuses on Hip Hop and RnB. The major difference between CHR / Pop and CHR / Rhythmic is the lack of rock and alternative music. CHR / Rhythmic stations will still play a pop song while CHR / Urban will not. Some of the current artists heard on CHR / Rhythmic are: Flo Rida, Soulja Boy, and T.I. Some of the current artists heard on CHR / Urban are: Jamie Foxx, Rick Ross, Ne-Yo.

Adult CHR or Hot AC

This format focuses on the Pop and Rock genres of the format but may occasionally play a Rhythmic or Dance Song. Some of the current artists heard on this format are: The Fray, Lady Gaga, Jason Mraz, Nickelback, and Kelly Clarkson.

There are also other local and regional music hits channels including CHR / Dance, CHR / Rock and CHR / Tejan.

Top 40 Music: Musical Events

Year Event
1950′s - Todd Storz and Gordon McClendon get the credit for creating the first Top 40 stations.
1960′s - The Top 40 Music Hits format gains ground with the current fads of the decade including: Beach Music, The British Invasion, Bubble Gum, Elvis
1970′s - The Top 40 format struggled with the fragmentation of different artists. Album Rock became very popular and was heard on many of the first FM stations.
1980′s - Casey Kasem and the weekly Top 40 was born and became a huge success. This type of music program is still broadcast today with Ryan Seacrest taking over the host duties Casey Kasem a few years ago.
1990′s - The Boy Band Craze better defined The CHR format in the 90s.  The Backstreet Boys, N’ Sync, New Kids on the Block, Hanson, etc. all enjoyed number 1 hits.
2000 – Present - In 2009 Pink became the most successful solo artist of all time amassing 3 straight number one hits.  She is the only solo artist to ever do that.  The format continues to be popular with a wide range of people tuning in to their favorite hits channel.

Top 40 Net Radio: The Current Phenomenon

Alecia Moore is Pink Top 40 Net Radio: Its 80s RootsWhat makes the Hits Channel format so popular right now is the vast variety of music released for the format. Akon, Beyonce, Lady Gaga, All American Rejects, Miley Cyrus and many more are being played on Top 40 stations everywhere. No other format can lay claim to that variety of music. The unwritten law in Top 40 radio is: Don’t like the song currently playing, chances are you’ll like the next one. Top 40 Net Radio artists such as Britney Spears, Flo rida, Black Eyed Peas and Kelly Clarkson, just to name a few, will continue to produce the massive hits that appeal to the majority of music listeners.

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