Wisely Plays International Pop Overthrow

Valley Forge, canons, Civil War, Pennsylvania, Willie Wisely

Long-Awaited Return to David Bash’s Estimable Pop Festival. BANG!!!!! Linus of Hollywood and I are planning some wicked collaborative performances in each other’s sets. It’s been too long since I’ve made music with the man, the producer of my “Parador” album. A special night! Let us know you’re coming and find out more at the […]

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The Singles Series: “In The Back Of A Taxi” – Demo

tugboat taxi boat harbor cruise ship anchor up

Transparent recording process reveals all. On June 18, 2009, Linus of Hollywood, the producer of my Parador album, is house sitting at some Hollywood Hills chalet, and is writing songs for his next album. He’s been producing albums for a ton of other artists and is now wanting to make music suited for his muse. […]

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Scooped To The Right – The Monsters Of Lite Rock

70s, 80s, puka shells, white belt, moustache, lite rock, drink a toast to innocence, monsters

A Tribute Album: Well now isn’t this the height of revisionist hypocrisy! That we, some 30 years on, sit here creamin’ over Ambrosia, Climax Blues Band, Firefall, Andrew Gold, Little River Band, Rupert Holmes and all manner of 70’s and 80’s musical polyester. In their heyday, this crowd of artists felt like sonic grave stones […]

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Phew! Lucky I Didn’t Vote For Bush.

Wisely Considers (Musical) Performance-Enhancing Drug Regimen. ‘Time Machine’ music player by Secret Friend. Politics and music are sometimes awkward bedfellows, but sometimes the combination explains everything. Late last year producer Linus of Hollywood invited me to contribute to an album project he was crafting for Secret Friend, a hybrid American/Australian project by Sydney-based songwriter Steven […]

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