Archive for the ‘Artists’ Category

Celebrating Our 150th Podcast

Thursday, September 26th, 2013
  We support artists and the Musicians of Blue (MOB) in their most important stage of growth, the very beginning. On our podcast, listen to artists tell their story the way they want it told.  And hear exclusive tracks! From Imagine Dragons to the Lumineers to Allen Stone to blondfire and more… Subscribe, browse or [...]

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Blue Artist, Ernie Hall Plays Surprise Show with Justin Bieber on enCORE 200

Friday, May 20th, 2011
On Thursday night, when Ernie Halter played at La Cave Restaurant in Costa Mesa, California, he was surprised by Justin Bieber. The Biebs, who brought gal pal Selena Gomez as his date, even took the stage with the singer/songwriter. Bieber has covered Halter’s track “Come Home to Me” in his own shows, and on Thursday [...]

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MOB artist Kina Grannis Records on Bottle, Talks with Blue

Thursday, March 24th, 2011
Blue MOB Artist, Kina Grannis, recently came to Blue to taste test a few mics, including the Bottle, Kiwi, Woodpecker and Dragonfly. While she was here, Kina recorded a few tracks and sat down with us to talk about her upcoming album: Kina’s new album will be dropping on April 15th and we got a [...]

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Danko Jones – ON TOUR

Friday, December 3rd, 2010
Blue MOB artist, Danko Jones is a trio from Toronto, Canada that have made a name for themselves by putting on one of the most intense and exciting rock’n’roll shows in modern rock history. Have you heard Danko Jones? The first single, “Full of Regret”, is currently climbing the US radio charts quickly and the [...]

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Can you believe this was recorded with the Yeti?

Wednesday, November 10th, 2010
Frank Tuner, a rising star in the UK music scene on Epitaph Records label, was recently featured on Spin.com for his cover of “My Poor Friend Me” by Bad Religion. Not only is this a great cover, but 100% of this studio-quality recording was recorded on the Yeti! Frank Turner says: “I sat down in [...]

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