I really don’t have much to say today except a quote from Hans Christian Andersen
Music has been a form of therapy for a lot of people throughout the years. In reality, music is not about having the best voice, making the most amazing guitar riffs, or titillating drum solos. Music is all about expression. That’s the reason why most of the successful (not necessarily rich, but successful) artists are those that really use their music to express themselves.
It is not all it is made up to be here and there. Very few get the opportunity to carry on with the life of the rich and glorious. The artists that made it and after that made millions. Celebrating at whatever point they need, being driven around in extravagant autos all over the place like the spouse on the day of her wedding. Not everybody has this extravagance. Numerous performers’ battle for a considerable length of time attempting to become showbiz royalty with some them is never doing as such, most never at any point experiencing what it is similar to.
Ryder and Everhart go themselves a taste, however. Not an essence of the rich and well known but rather a nature of a performer’s life which they shared together. Creating collections, melodies, destroying their instruments and playing for a broad range of individuals.
Rumors have said that these two wonderfully talented musicians may be getting back together to perform some shows ad write some new music at the beginning of 2016.
At this point in time we do not have any confirmed concreted evidence or proof, however we cross our fingers that this is the case.
These 2 play so well together and you can certainly be guaranteed a great performance and musical magic. Lets hope these rumors are true or at the very least inspire these great musicians to fulfill on this.
I am excited. I will post more information as soon as I receive it (if any at all that is)
Fyder and Everhart…Its time to come back together, for one last time 🙂
The pair “Fyder and Everhart”, contained artist lyricists Glen Everhart and Ted Fyder. Performed together full time from 1989 to 1998, made an uncommon sort of contemporary acoustic society music that was as endearing as it was enjoyable. These local Minnesotans composed (and Glen keeps on writing) melodies that component the characteristic world and family themes, in styles running from people to a nation, to shake. Their unique material joins playful, beat guitar based tunes with scrutinizing and touching melodies, and they can cover the most recent 50 years of American contemporary music.
Their first recording, Northern Minnesota, is no longer in production and the CD Uncle Don’s Guitar, is accessible according to popular demand just. In 1994, they discharged Moments of Truth, trailed by a tape of kids’ music titled I’ve got The HeBeJeBe’s, which is currently accessible on CD. This is their most firms and all around recorded undertaking to date and contains a large portion of the material that has gotten them airplay on radio and TV slots all over Minnesota and Wisconsin.
Its not all it is made up to be sometimes. Not many get to live the life of the rich and famous. The musicians that made it and then made millions. Partying whenever they want, being driven around in fancy cars everywhere like the bride on her wedding day. Being fed with expensive food and drink, hot babes, loud music, sex, drugs, rock and roll blah blah bla.
Not everyone has this luxury (a luxury if you want to call it that, im sure some would hate it). Many musicians struggle for years trying to make the big time with many of them never doing so, most never even getting a taste of what it is like.
Fyder and Everhart go themselves a taste though. Not a taste of the rich and famous but a taste of a musicians life which they shared together. Producing albums, songs, shredding their instruments and playing for many different people.
For some, just like Fyder and Everhart, not all want it to be that way and are happy just sitting along playing some mellow tunes with their buddies. Sometimes this is the most organic and better way for musical magic to form.
Well a musician’s life is not your average lifestyle from working day jobs to transitioning into full-time music playing and everything else that you have to deal with in between. Life as a musician is a lot more than just playing a few notes here and there.
The best way to succeed in this industry is to learn from those who have come before you and get tips from them to find out they put it all together and endured the challenges they have faced in making a success. So many questions need to be asked and answered. How many ways to make money with music talents with a lot of them both pros and cons?
You need to learn to adapt to environments, to situations and times of the year. You need to make sure that you may face conflict in your band. What the basic strategies you should be using order to be a success. How responsible they need to be for themselves and their production in order to make music and money. How do you deal with stage fright.
To know what to take next in your musical career, deciding whether or not you need a manager, how many people in your band, how you are going to make money, do you press vinyl or do you stay online, how do you manage your band, what happens when the band breaks up, how do you get ahead, what sort of photos should we take? There are many do’s and don’t’s problems and solutions and experiences as a musician. It is about cultivating it into one to make things work.
So who are these musicians well formed in 1989 these singer-songwriters Fyder and Everhart perform a kind of acoustic folk music that is both fun and soft. From Minnesota they write songs that feature the natural world in various topics of family that range from folk to country to rock and many more genres.
With an arrangement of instruments from guitars to harmonicas and with them combining upbeat tunes with contemplative and touching ballads there music is suitable for all ages. They produce exotic, exciting and eccentric music that is real easy listening.