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Sam Amidon on Reimagining Folk Music with ‘The Following Mountain’

Music is Sam Amidon’s life. He’s been playing professionally since he was a little kid. We have proof! And that proof is adorable.

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Will Dailey on Crowdfunding and Getting Music Placed on TV

Will Dailey has sold his car for rock ‘n’ roll! In this edition of Music Is My Life, he talks about his current crowdfunding campaign.

Leo Flynn on Vitamin String Quartet and Rockabye Baby

Leo Flynn is the brand manager for the Vitamin String Quartet, the group best known for recreating classical-style versions of popular songs.

Beyoncé’s Formation Scholars Award at Berklee

Beyoncé has always celebrated girls who run the world. And now with her new Formation Scholars Award through Berklee, she is helping to empower other young female musicians to run the world.

Leo Flynn on Vitamin String Quartet and Rockabye Baby

Leo Flynn is the brand manager for the Vitamin String Quartet, the group best known for recreating classical-style versions of popular songs.

Divinity Roxx on Playing Bass with Beyoncé and Victor Wooten

Best known for her work as the bassist in Beyoncé’s all-female band, Divinity Roxx is now furthering her musical education with Berklee Online.

Gary Burton on Retirement, Stan Getz, Chick Corea, and the Animosity of Miles Davis

Jazz legend Gary Burton discusses his life in music, just as he is about to walk away from it. His farewell tour—featuring Makoto Ozone—begins in March.

Berklee Online Professor Mark Cross Goes Fifty Shades Darker

Even though Mark Cross composed three pieces of music for the brand new Fifty Shades film, it’s unlikely that he and his wife will be sitting in the cinema on Valentine’s Day.

Nathan East on Playing Bass with Absolutely Everyone

If you haven’t heard the name Nathan East before, you’ve heard his bass. He’s played on upwards of 10,000 songs by the likes of Beyoncé, MJ, Lionel, Clapton, Phil Collins, and thousands more!

Kip Winger stands in front of a stage.

Kip Winger Talks Grammy Nomination and Berklee Online Experience

Kip Winger humbly refers to himself as “a rock guy who had some hits in the ’80s,” which is only part of the picture.