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Swerve City artist, Swerve City Podcast co-host, and WWE Superstar Isaiah "Swerve" Scott joins me for today's interview! It's been a long while since I last spoke with "The King of Swerve" and so much has changed from being signed to the name he now
Hi. My name is Danny and I’ve spent the last decade tour managing bands around the world. Normally I write city guides but now I’ve decided to write a how to about touring. JOIN ME. QUIT YOUR JOB. COME ALONG FOR THE RIDE. FUCKING READ THIS!!!!!!!!!
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Welcome to a brand new In the Loop! In today's episode, I tell you all why I'm so excited... AMBY hit over two million views on our YouTube channel. WOOT.
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I feel like this year has been an incredible one for checking bands off our "Dream Interview Bucket-List". I've wanted to sit down with electronic violinist Lindsey Stirling since I started AMBY, and I got to do so when she performed in Toronto on her recent tour in support of
Eddie Logix is a well-known and highly respected Producer-Artist-Engineer in the Detroit music scene. With a multitude of projects on the go at any one time, we at AMBY were excited to carve out some time to sit down with The Maestro himself and discuss his musical happenings. Check out
BON-BON is a talented up-and-coming singer/songwriter, and we were more than pleased when she decided to play us this exclusive version of Lois Lane. Keep your eyes open for her upcoming EP, and enjoy BON-BON as she plays AMBY a song!
BON-BON- Lois Lane
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Lick My Wounds by Ron Pope! Our Song of the Day can be heard beneath or over on the left sidebar throughout AMBY. Also, keep your eyes open for AMBY's upcoming interview with Ron Pope! Enjoy!
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Illinois by Sufjan Stevens
Having just written about The National, a natural transition seemed to move on to one of my other favourite artists, whom again I was lucky enough to see live at Massey Hall: Sufjan Stevens. If you are wondering where this transition comes from other than them both