• Music Review: Aundria
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 54-55. - Article Short Link: Pop/Rock Official Website │ Facebook │ YouTube by Austyn "Mr Bugz" Jeter Aundria’s music career started when she was 18. There was a guitar in the house and she thought,” I wonder if I could play that”. She started by learning a few songs she liked. Before she knew it, she was writing her own songs. Aundria’s songs come from experiences in her life. “With the right group, I would love some of my songs to rock really hard, or have a country feel. I’m so used to performing without a band, that I feel more like a light acoustic performer. When my album came out I had to pick a genre and I put myself in 3 groups, Acoustic, Pop, and Rock.” “I spend more time learning other artists’ songs than I do writing my own. I don’t have favorite groups or artists, but rather individual songs. Liking a variety of music makes my book of covers diverse and interesting. Some

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  • Stevin Marsh is Keepin’ It Country
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Pages 13-14. - Article Shortlink:    Facebook │ Reverbnation │ Myspace │ iTunes │ YouTube “I want to bring the Good Country Music back to our radios.”  I recently had the pleasure of being a Guest Judge at The Urban Television Network’s auditions for America’s Next BIG TV Star inHouston,TX. One of the stand-out contestants I gave a big fat, no doubt about it “Yes!” to was Stevin Marsh. He came in with his bigTexas cowboy hat, that sexy Guitar (I love guitars) and he did his thing! We all asked him a few questions and then he gave us a LIVE performance for part of his audition.  I found him to have a very Beautiful and Powerful voice, excellent string skills and I’m sure he’ll do quite well in this competition as he has in many music competitions over the years. I was so impressed by his sound that I couldn’t help but want to get to know more about this Artist and see how

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  • Soul’N’Roll with SoulGreg of Slovenia
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Page 25. - Article Short Link: Official Website │ Twitter │ YouTube │ Myspace “…I want to spread a huge amount of love through what I do... “ ~ SoulGreg Producer. Songwriter. Vocalist. He even mixes his own music. Multi-talented Slovenian artist SoulGreg is a refreshing taste of Quality music. He sings in English as well as his native language, he plays guitar; he’s Über SEXY too! Ladies, and some gentlemen, you can see why it’s not hard to become entranced when he gets on the microphone. With SoulGreg’s great mix of different genre’s (Some Rock, Some Pop, R&B/Soul…), there’s something in his portfolio for everyone. If you go to his YouTube profile, you’ll find a lovely collection of diverse songs about love, or encouragement or just about having a good time. If you loved the 80’s as we do, you will feel taken back in time to the good old days when music felt original. While we know

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  • On The Shelf: Playin’ In The Streets and The Virgin Memoirs
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    - As seen in the April/June 2012 issue of The INDIEgator, Page 23. - Article Short Link Review by Kitty Y Williams Above are two books that I’ve had the pleasure to read recently. Demetrias D. Charles and Miah Gamati grew up on the rough side of the streets in big cities thousands of miles apart from each other. A common theme they share is suffering abuse and the absence of love early on, followed by getting caught up in “the life” as they attempted to fend for themselves in a cold world at young ages. Both Playin’ In The Streets and The Virgin Memoirs share deeply personal details in a chronicled approach, about the journeys of these two souls through all of their tribulations and learning experiences. As cliché as it may sound, I laughed a bit and admit I even got a little teary eyed at some parts as I found myself able to identify with and relate to some of the harsh life lesson’s they’ve learned. In reading these, I was also reminded never to judge anyone

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