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Blog entries by Laura Antonelli

    Laura AntonelliFrom Oshawa, Ontario, Laura comes from the world of radio broadcasting and English lit. She fell in love with music through film when she first watched Dirty Dancing, Grease, and Saturday Night Fever at an inappropriately young age. Since then, she has been fascinated by all genres of music and the inspirations, influences, and processes that are used to create it. Get her on Twitter at twitter.com/Louda
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  • Gavin McDevitt of Tribe SocietyThe Tribe Society frontman on the band's unusual songwriting strategy, their new mixtape, and their Kiesza collaboration.read more
  • Sam RobertsThe Canadian rocker talks about songs from the Sam Roberts Band album TerraForm, and explains his fire fascination.read more
  • Justin RutledgeThe Canadian singer-songwriter delves into tunes from his new album, East, and talks about his 2014 Tragically Hip covers album.read more
  • Dan ManganThe Canadian singer-songwriter discusses his EP, Unmake, and explains how a Tragically Hip show changed his take on "Robots."read more
  • Meghan PatrickThe Canadian country singer breaks down the songs on her debut record, Grace & Grit, which have a lot to do with beer and ex-boyfriends.read more
  • Ben Kowalewicz of Billy TalentThe frontman for one of Canada's most well-known punk rock bands talks about his Eddie Vedder encounter, Billy Talent's new album, and the importance of rock and roll.read more
  • Shayna LeighThe New York singer-songwriter turned her private journal entries into lyrics for songs on her debut album.read more
  • MakanaThe Hawaiian slack-key guitarist discusses writing politically soaked music such as his newest anthem inspired by Bernie Sanders, "Fire Is Ours." read more
  • Jonathan JacksonThe actor and musician discusses his alternative rock band Enation's new EP, Blame-shifter, as well as the ending of the television show, Nashville.read more
  • Doug Haynes of HIGHSThe singer and guitarist for the Toronto alt-pop band, HIGHS, dissects songs from their debut album, Dazzle Camouflage. read more
  • Willie SugarcappsThe Alabama–based Americana act explain the Gulf Coast influence on their album Paradise Right Here.read more
  • Donovan WoodsThe Canadian singer-songwriter talks writing tunes for Tim McGraw and Charles Kelley from Lady Antebellum, as well as his newest album, Hard Settle, Ain't Troubled. read more
  • Ruth BThe Canadian Vine sensation chats about her viral hit "Lost Boy" and other songs from her debut EP, The Intro.read more
  • Matt CorbyThe Australian singer-songwriter has won two ARIAs for Song of the Year. So why does he keep changing his lyrics?read more
  • Mike + RuthyThe husband-and-wife duo on how Pete Seeger inspired their homegrown Hoots, and how they finished a Woody Guthrie song.read more
  • Michael Grubbs of Wakey WakeyWakey Wakey discusses his new EP, the struggles musicians face today, and how being on One Tree Hill changed his songwriting process. read more
  • Francesco YatesIf Pharrell is right, Francesco will be the next "huge pop star." He breaks down his debut EP and talks about working with the "Happy" hit-maker.read more
  • Noah GundersenGundersen reveals the stories behind songs from his new album, Carry the Ghost, and talks about writing "Day is Gone" for the television show, Sons of Anarchy.read more
  • Stephan Jenkins of Third Eye BlindThird Eye Blind's frontman talks about their 2015 album Dopamine and explains why "Jumper" has a completely different meaning now.read more
  • Brendan Bayliss of Umphrey's McGeeUmphrey's McGee's guitarist and singer, Brendan Bayliss, talks about recording their latest album in just 12 hours in the renowned, Abbey Road Studios. read more
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