About Libro Musica the Music Library
Libro Musica is a music library that captures the experience of music events, artists and venues. Our primary coverage is of emerging artists. We know that every superstar was once an emerging local artist. Within LibroMusica you will find artist interviews, concert summaries and our coverage of other topics related to music enjoyment. We strive to build a personal relationship with the artists and music that we cover. As you turn the pages within the Libro Musica we want you to share our memories and feel like you were there at the concert or enjoying a conversation with an artist.
Libro Musica Contributors
Our goal is to provide current, insightful and personal coverage of multi-genre live music events and musical artists. Our music loving contributors work to let you experience music through their eyes and ears. Libro Musica is created by music junkies for music junkies.
Antonius: Music junkie, Spartan, dad, beach lover, and sci-fi fan. Antonius started promoting music on the Web back in the late 90’s with So So Def Records and Sony Records. With those pioneering days on the Web behind him, Antonius uses the latest technology and social media to share his passion for music with the world.
Jean Bartlett: Crazy girl with a red Nikkon on a photo journey. Find more of her work at Jean Barlett Photography.
Erika Johnson: Music is her drug and preferably (neo-)soul, R&B and hip hop.
Gwendolyn Lewis: Mainiac-turned-Charlottean, Gwendolyn’s favorite things include words, music, and nature. She can be frequently found dancing like a fool at shows or nursing a latte while writing at the Queen City’s finest coffee establishments.
Elizabeth Luther: Drummer, photographer and rock and roll fanatic.
Kari Leigh Marucchi: Specializes in special event photography with Found Art Photography . She’s local to the Atlanta area and travels for photography and friendship worldwide. Focusing on mood and character, Kari Leigh finds and captures the art in moments found when people gather together to share and celebrate.
Chris Rodriguez: Tampa area photographer for hobieArt Photography. Born and raised in NY, he now resides in Florida chasing the perfect exposure. In love with all things music but has a special connection with old school hip-hop. His favorite moments of photography: catching you during that in-between moment when you didn’t know I was watching and capturing the essence of the artist on stage as they pour every ounce of themselves into their performance. He loves exploring new areas whether urban or rural to find that perfect, beautiful scene and translate it into art.
John Sevigne: A Western Massachusetts based photographer and local music promoter. Armed with an array of vintage Nikkor lenses, his primary focus is to capture as much detail as possible in each and every shot. When not behind the lens, John can be found making goofy faces at any one of his 3 children.
Amy Lea Smith: Gets her love of music from her parents. Her father was a DJ when she was born and introduced her to singer/songwriters like James Taylor and The Carpenters, while her mother grew up in Nashville and played southern rock and country artists like The Doobie Brothers and Alabama. Growing up in the 80’s and 90’s, she cultivated her love during the MTV era that actually had music and gravitated toward the alternative sound created in Seattle. Her first job out of college was as Promotions Director for six radio stations, which brought her to Atlanta for the first time. She later relocated to the area and lives with her husband and two young daughters, with whom she shares everything from The Beatles and Jim Croce to Foo Fighters and Janet Jackson.
Wheat Williams: Wheat Williams’ grandparents moved to Decatur, Georgia in 1920. Wheat completed his Bachelor of Music degree at Georgia State University following ten years on the music scene in Nashville, Tennessee. He has been a freelance music journalist for national print magazines going back to 1987, covering music technology, classical, rock, country, and jazz. For awhile he wrote publicity and marketing materials for Sony Music Nashville. Despite all this, he’s always been a traditional church choral musician and light opera singer. He was a founding consultant and volunteer with the Bob Moog Foundation. For three years he was the business manager for the Atlanta Baroque Orchestra. His blog is “Music and Beyond”.
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