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Tribe of Noise Spotlight Interviews

Tribe of Noise, a global music community helping 30,000 musicians around the world, is shining its spotlight on some amazing Tribe talents. Each Spotlight Interview is a proper full length interview with high resolution images, a permanent URL to share and online references to even more information. Feel free to share.

 
 

Morrisa Jeanine

Morrisa Jeanine is an all arounder in entertainment whose music career publicly kicked off as a youtube sensation back in 2006. Coming from many girl groups the BMI singer-songwriter has made her wave as an individual in the music industry both by writing for upcoming acts as well as vocal producing and referencing the music. In 2012, with the release of her first solo project; Morrisa Jeanine made a change by coming from behind the scenes songwriting to becoming one of many spotlighted artists. Based out of Atlanta (GA) Morrisa Jeanine has been featured in many concert series and independent showcases.

But when did Morrisa start, what has been her biggest surprise/lesson along the way and what is she working on right now?

 

Victor Spiegel

Recording artist, teacher, composer, director, actor and voice over professional. His study of world music cultures gives his music an added edge and depth. Spiegel's singular piano sound is a fusion of lush harmonies and rhythms of jazz, classical and musical influences from India, Japan, Indonesia, Africa, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. He continues to score for film, television, theatre, dance and other media.

But when did Victor start, what has been his biggest surprise/lesson along the way and what is he working on right now?

 

Joshua Messick

Asheville, North Carolina-based Joshua Messick breathes new life into an ancient, enchanting instrument. Be transported as he weaves cinematic stylings and endless imagination with virtuosic performances. A beautiful and captivating listening experience, Joshua’s musical artistry is influenced by Celtic, World, Renaissance, Folk, and Classical music. He has released six studio albums and was the featured instrumentalist on the Japanese animated film Mary and the Witch’s Flower.

But when did Joshua start, what has been his biggest surprise/lesson along the way and what is he working on right now?