Thursday, August 29, 2013

Mark Tyler

I am happy I recently stumbled upon Mark Tyler on Twitter. I really enjoy his songs and voice.

You can learn more about him at his website, watch his YouTube playlist and purchase his album "Requiem of a Broken Heart" at iTunes.

I play his album on repeat while working at home.

Monday, August 26, 2013

Robbie Rogers and the Quarry

I am petrified of heights, but more than suspect openly gay soccer player Robbie Rogers could talk me into cliff jumping.

Tuesday, August 13, 2013

Abby Linford and Her Imaginary Friend

Around the time I accidentally interviewed Matt Damon for ACCESS HOLLYWOOD, I met online Christopher J. Smith, who was also hanging out in the forums at Project Greenlight's website. We soon started emailing each other about screenwriting and his work at a talent management company.

Nearly a decade later, I happened on a tweet in which someone recommended a book to read this summer. I clicked on the photo included with the tweet and saw the cover of Christopher's book, Abby Linford and Her Imaginary Friend.

That's how I reconnected with Christopher and now have his book to read on foggy, cool days this summer in San Francisco.

So far, the story is a treat, though I suspect Abby is about to discover all is not well in her imaginary friend's world.

Monday, August 5, 2013

"Young Love" by Eli Lieb

The other day, I stumbled upon Eli Lieb's YouTube channel and am now obsessed with his new single, "Young Love." I watch this video on Apple TV almost as much as I play the song.

Of course, I've already purchased the single at iTunes. I look forward to hearing more from this emerging artist, about whom you can read when you visit his website.

Saturday, August 3, 2013

Carly Rae Jepsen on the Cover of Volume 12 of 360 Magazine

Here's a sneak peek at our Summer, Volume 12 issue featuring Carly Rae Jespen.

I'm so happy she's a part of our magazine. If you're already a huge fan, you know all about her website, where you can read about her music career and check out tour dates, photographs and videos, especially "Call Me Maybe," which she co-wrote and, as she says on her site, "never expected to take off quite like this."