Showing posts from March, 2021

Erika Bryant releases new book Doing It Scared [Exclusive Interview]

  Interviewed and written by Tocarra Eldridge @TocarraMusikWorld Emmy nominated television producer and author Erika Bryant is set to release her new book, Doing It Scared: An Inspirational Guidebook to Facing and Conquering Fear. In this interactive guidebook, Bryant shares her experience from working in the music industry to jumping into television and film as a producer. The book features self-assessment activities, note-taking, and truth-telling, encouraging and challenging the readers to take the first step to overcome fear. Doing It Scared is available as an e-book on Amazon and in hardcopy. Over the course of Bryant’s career, she has produced over 40 television shows and worked with networks such as ABC, Bravo, MTV, E!, Lifetime, Oxygen and OWN, just to name several. I was able to catch up with Ericka Bryant and speak to her about new book and learned how she began to conquer and confront her fears. Here is what she has to share:   Tocarra Eldridge: Hello Erika, how are yo

“Medicine at Midnight”: Rock Legends Foo Fighters Deliver Upbeat New Album

“Medicine at Midnight”: Rock Legends  Foo Fighters  Deliver Upbeat New Album Article by Quinton Kern Positivity is in high demand right now, and legendary rock band  Foo Fighters  is prepared to give us plenty. For those unfamiliar,  Foo Fighters  is a rock band that was originally a solo project of Dave Grohl, the original drummer for  Nirvana . Since 1994, they’ve delivered a signature post-grunge sound that has cemented them as heroes of rock and roll, with Dave Grohl going from drummer to frontman and lead guitarist. After ending the 2018 tour for their 9 th  studio album, “Concrete and Gold”, fans knew they wouldn’t be waiting too long for some new material. The band wanted a short break, but Dave Grohl had already said he had ideas for a new album. Less than a year later, drummer Taylor Hawkins reported that Grohl was already demoing new songs by himself. Six months later, the album was ready but was delayed because of Covid-19. While the band had originally decided to wait until