The Mamas and The Papas, The Monkees, and The Byrds kept many people glued to their stereos back in their days. The still do, so is Pink Lloyd, Klatu, Tupac and Whitney Houston among other millions of musicians.
They have made and still make music available to people who use it to manipulate their moods from a dull day to a jovial one, to relieve stress which seems to have secured a position in the lives of many people, to reduce boredom when there is no work to do or while one is undertaking tedious activities and to enhance the quality of people’s lives by creating auras which facilitate socialization e.g. during concerts, performances etc.
People love to listen to music, others dance to music, while others spend hours and days debating and arguing about music and musicians, bands, concerts, performances, music festivals, production houses etc.
And yet, there is another group of composers, songwriters, poem singers and notably the real musicians who are tasked with entertaining, educating, fostering social interactions and creating awareness or sensitization on pertinent matters affecting their fans and the entire community of listeners, dancers and the general public.
And not to mention, performing music like dancing, playing instruments, or singing, are all great forms of exercise.
All this is possible and successful because music is part and parcel of our daily lives. We spend a lot of resources in terms of time listening to music because it brings joy to our hearts. Actually music dwells in our hearts; identifies with our careers and other day-to-day activities. It also identifies with us by mimicking our culture and embracing our tastes.
Entirely, music is closely related to us and reflects our social conditions in the society, including factors that trigger and facilitate social changes or impede them. That’s why the philosophy of music will never fade.
Looking back, music has been impacting on our lives since the days of King Solomon and Asaph, both of whom were great Psalmists. Still it does today through the likes of Royal band, Courtney Barnett, Ella Eyre and Radkey among others.
This site was initially established in April 2010 and operated through to January 2012. It was set up by an adherent fan of Toronto-based musician Iner Souster who wanted music lovers to get firsts hand info about planned concerts and performances, music and video releases and other press info, gossips and news about musicians and other celebrities in the music industry.
Since early 2010 the site has not been inaccessible since the domain was dropped. Fortunately, someone saw the importance of music to the society and the need for visitors to still access more info and news about the music industry.
Now, this site includes better content and in-depth images for better understanding and interactivity of the visitors. Info about music celebrities, their lives, their planned shows, singles/album releases and other relevant info will be available on the site.
Currently captivating posts which showcase the importance of music in our lives and activities has been published. Yet, keep visiting and get more first-hand info, news and gossips which will be updated as soon as they happen.