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100 Articles and Blogs from OutOfShapeMusic, What’s Next?

Monumental moments are worth noting for whatever reason, especially when they’re attached to the significance of a particular number. Nevertheless, this is the 100th article/blog for OutOfShapeMusic. Not much has happened other than that it’s a start for a website I hope to evolve and grow. I started this with my friend Alex with the

Live Music Recommendations #12 – John Mayer Live 2019

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvCvocKTQ-Y Another Live Music Recommendation is upon us, which means it’s time to recommend a live concert I’ve recently watched. If anyone knows me, they know how much of a fan I am of John Mayer, as he’s been one of my favorite guitarists and musicians for a number of years.  I’ve always had the

My Favorite Guitar Pedals

What’s the point of playing guitar if you can’t find a wide array of pedals to throw on and develop a deepened sense of elation? As narcissistic or self-righteous this might make guitar playing sound; pedals are fun. Nevertheless, since my early days of playing, I’ve always had an infatuation with pedals. My first introduction

Live Music Recommendations #11 – Queens of the Stone Age – Live Montreux Festival (2018)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hvQi9chQZqs It’s challenging to find another band that has a similar sound to Queens of the Stone Age. Vocal deliveries, off filtered guitar playing, driving drums, and mischievous yet catchy tunes encompasses who Queens of the Stone Age is. I’ve been a fan of the group for quite some time and their 2013 record …Like