Music Interview: The Scared Crows

My first music interview of 2019 is with American rock trio The Scared Crows ______________________________________________________________________ Band Name: The Scared Crows Members: Tyler Forrest (vocals/guitar), Adrian Hires (bass) & Andre Mohring (drums) Genre: Rock Founded: January 2018 Originated From: North Hollywood, CA USA Discography: I Hope Your Phone Dies (single) ______________________________________________________________________ How would you describe your… Continue reading Music Interview: The Scared Crows

My 2019 blog-olutions

2019 is in full swing and “what exciting plans do I have for Rock For Disability this year?” I hear you ask. Well here is a brief list of my blog-olutions for this year; New blog theme As you can already see, my blog has begun a make-over. This theme has a simple layout, easier… Continue reading My 2019 blog-olutions

Guest Blog: How to Work with Your Disability and Become a Musician

My first Monday Music blog post of 2019 is a guest post written by Natalie Landecker from The Guitar Pal. Natalie grew up in a household filled with music and guitars which explains her love for anything music-related. As an adult, she works to share this passion with everyone as she believes that music is… Continue reading Guest Blog: How to Work with Your Disability and Become a Musician

My 2018 in review

  2018 has been the year of me being productive, determined and self-motivated. I would admit I haven’t achieved as much as I hoped this year. However I’ve discovered what I’m capable of and what I can accomplish with the resources and connections I have. Here is a roundup of all my achievements, activities and… Continue reading My 2018 in review

Album Reviews: 2018 roundup

This year I discovered two new artists and got to enjoy new album releases from three legendary rock bands. Here is a roundup of my 2018 album reviews: 1. Muse On Friday 9th November 2018, Muse, the rock trio from Devon, released their eighth studio album┬áSimulation Theory. Read: Simulation Theory by Muse 2. Gerry Cinamon… Continue reading Album Reviews: 2018 roundup