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Part 2 of the fabulous John Storyk interview. In this part, we learn about his meeting with destiny and jimi Hendrix. This was an almost folk tale, and it's truly astonishing.

John Storyk, designer of Electric Lady studio, marks 50 years Special

Imagine being 22 years old, and your first design job is to create Electric Lady studio for Jimi Hendrix! That’s how John Storyk got started. Since then, he’s seen digital music arrive and the whole story from the heart of modern music ...

Catching up with Oliver Heldens: 'Turn Me On' and digital age Special

World-renowned DJ and producer Oliver Heldens chatted with Digital Journal about his new track "Turn Me On," his future plans, the digital age of music, and his love for protecting the oceans from pollution.

Stars head to Eternal City for Rome Film Festival

US cinema greats Bill Murray, John Travolta and Ethan Coen lead the stars descending on Rome for this year's Film Festival, which kicks off Thursday in the Italian capital.

Todd Rundgren scores nod for 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame

Iconic singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Todd Rundgren has earned a nomination for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's Class of 2020.

Playwright Cat Miller talks 'The Hope Hypothesis' and digital age Special

Playwright Cat Miller chatted with Digital Journal about her play "The Hope Hypothesis." Performances begin October 25 at The Sheen Center for Thought and Culture for a limited engagement through November 15.

Review: Adam Lambert releases ethereal 'Closer To You' live session video Special

International pop music star Adam Lambert released the live session version of "Closer To You," which is utterly fantastic.

Chatting with Nadia Bjorlin of NBC's 'Days of Our Lives' Special

Actress Nadia Bjorlin (Chloe Lane on NBC's "Days of Our Lives") chatted with Digital Journal about her career and some of the upcoming fan events. She spoke about the digital age of entertainment, gave advice for aspiring actors and defined success.

Tigres del Norte, Latin legends following in footsteps of Johnny Cash

In 1968, when music legend Johnny Cash was giving his iconic concert at Folsom Prison, Los Tigres del Norte were newly arrived Mexican immigrants dreaming of making it big in the United States.

Review: This week’s releases centre on new beginnings with mixed results Special

This week’s releases include a director’s sophomore horror picture that exceeds his breakout debut; a redeeming third season; another scary sequel; new toy misadventures; a short-lived comedy series; and a movie that deliberately skews reality.

Review: Try as they might, this week’s releases can’t escape the truth Special

This week’s releases include the latest adventures of the web-slinging hero; a John Waters classic; a few horror staples; a new dark fairy tale series; some great double features; a Charlie Chaplin masterpiece; and a true crime drama.

Engelbert Humperdinck to release new 'Reflections' EP this winter

Veteran British entertainer Engelbert Humperdinck will be releasing his new "Reflections" EP on November 15 via OK! Good Records.

The Doobie Brothers score nod for 2020 Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Special

The Doobie Brothers have a major reason to celebrate. On October 15, they earned a nomination for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Lizzie Vieh talks about 'Monsoon Season' play and digital age Special

Playwright Lizzie Vieh chatted with Digital Journal about "Monsoon Season," which begins performances on October 21, at Rattlestick Playwrights Theater in New York.

Fans, celebrities mourn death of K-pop star Sulli

Fans and fellow performers on Tuesday mourned the death of a K-pop star who had long been the target of online bullying, some calling for greater mental health support for those working in the country's notoriously competitive show business industry.

'General Hospital' alum Robert Palmer Watkins loses house in fire Special

Former "General Hospital" actor Robert Palmer Watkins and his roommates recently lost their home in a fire a few weeks ago.

Review: BBMak releases 'powerful' pop album 'Powerstation' Special

On October 11, acclaimed British pop group BBMak released their highly-anticipated studio album "Powerstation," their first album in over 16 years.

Cherie Currie, Brie Darling talk new music, touring, digital age Special

Veteran rock stars Cherie Currie (The Runaways) and Brie Darling (Fanny) chatted with Digital Journal about their new album "The Motivator" and their tour.

Review: Yungblud and Dan Reynolds join forces on rocking 'original me' Special

Rising artist Yungblud and Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons have joined forces on their rocking new single "original me" via Locomotion Recordings and Geffen Records.

David Archuleta talks new music, Christmas tour, future and fans Special

Singer-songwriter David Archuleta (and "American Idol" alum) chatted with Digital Journal about his "Paralyzed" single, upcoming Christmas tour, and future plans.

Michael Catalano up for 'Best Photography Studio' in 2020 contest

Multifaceted Long Island photographer Michael Catalano has a major reason to be proud. He is in the running in the 2020 "Best of Long Island" competition.

'General Hospital' alum Billy Miller to star in 'Truth Be Told'

"General Hospital" alum Billy Miller (Drew Cain) has secured a brand new role in the upcoming crime series "Truth Be Told."

Owner and publicist Trevor Perkins launches Perkins Publicity

Young entrepreneur and publicist Trevor Perkins announced that he is rebranding Longarrow Publicity as Perkins Publicity.

Op-Ed: Tanya Tucker should be inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame

Tanya Tucker is an iconic country recording artist that deserves to be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.

Review: Annie Baker’s moving ‘The Flick’ soars high in its Toronto debut Special

Annie Baker’s brilliant “The Flick” is about movies, but much more. It’s about working dead-end, minimum-wage jobs and using movies to escape. It’s about the difficulties we have in connecting to each other through our social masks.

2019 Dottie West Birthday Bash is a success, honors Bill Anderson Special

The 2019 Dottie West Birthday Bash, which took place on October 9 at 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville, Tennessee, was a major success.

Dolly Parton celebrates 50 years as a Grand Ole Opry member

Country queen Dolly Parton has a major milestone to be proud: she celebrated 50 years as a member of the hallowed Grand Ole Opry.

Adam Lambert talks about working with Queen, North American tour

Global music star Adam Lambert opened up about working with the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Queen in his interview with BBC Radio 2.

Review: Beatles music is alive and well at Westbury on Long Island Special

On October 12, veteran rockers Micky Dolenz of The Monkees, Todd Rundgren, Jason Scheff, Christopher Cross, and Joey Molland paid a moving homage to The Beatles' "White" album at the NYCB Theatre at Westbury on Long Island.

Review: Tynan Davis shines on breakthrough jazz album 'Tynan' Special

Tynan Davis shines on her breakthrough jazz studio album "Tynan," which she released independently. Digital Journal has the scoop.

Cindi Sansone-Braff scores 2020 'Best of Long Island' nomination

Acclaimed Long Island media personality, author, playwright, and radio host Cindi Sansone-Braff is in the running in the 2020 "Best of Long Island" contest.

Review: Walker Hayes releases heartwarming video for 'Don't Let Her' Special

On October 11, country sensation Walker Hayes released his music video for his latest single "Don't Let Her." Digital Journal has the scoop.

Meet Shannon Beador of 'The Real Housewives of Orange County' Special

Television personality Shannon Beador of "The Real Housewives of Orange County" chatted with Digital Journal about her experience on the show and she opened up about urinary incontinence.

Review: Coby James delights on new pop single 'No Trouble' Special

On October 11, emerging singer-songwriter Coby James released his new single "No Trouble" independently via Centricity Music.

Review: Kalie Shorr releases mesmerizing country album 'Open Book' Special

Rising country singer-songwriter Kalie Shorr released her latest studio offering, "Open Book," which is a true work of musical art.

Epic Escape Rooms earns 5 'Best of Long Island' nominations

Epic Escape Rooms on Long Island is in the running for "Best of Long Island" in five categories in the upcoming 2020 competition.

Aria that cost Marie-Antoinette her head is sung again at Versailles

The last time the strains of the aria "Oh Richard! Oh my king!" echoed around the Opera Royal at Versailles it was for Louis XVI and Marie-Antoinette just before they were dragged off to Paris and their doom by their revolting subjects.

Kris Allen talks 10 years since winning 'Idol,' hints new music Special

"American Idol" Season 8 winner Kris Allen sat down and chatted with this journalist prior to his October 4th show at The Cutting Room in New York City.

Chatting with John J. York: Mac Scorpio on 'General Hospital' Special

Veteran actor John J. York, known for playing Mac Scorpio on "General Hospital" for the past 28 years chatted with Digital Journal about his career in acting and his upcoming fan events on the East Coast this November with fellow actor Tristan Rogers.

Review: Daphne Willis releases 'I Am Enough' LGBTQ ballet music video Special

Singer-songwriter Daphne Willis released her new "I Am Enough" LGBTQ ballet music video as part of "National Coming Out Day."

Review: Yelfris Valdes: Tour de force performance at London's Jazz Cafe Special

Yelfris Valdés debuted 'For The Ones' at London's Jazz Cafe, serving up a superb toe-tapping performance, supported by a rhythmical and melodic array of musicians. The new project is both adventurous and experimental, as the live show revealed.
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