originally posted onto the Newark Symphony Hall blog here. With the turn of each decade Mr. Woo Woo himself, Jeffrey Osborne, has continued to reinvent himself as well as his music. Beginning his lengthy 40 year career in the music industry, as a member of famous Funk group L.T.D. singing of hits such as “(EveryContinue reading “Jeffrey Osborne’s ‘Greatest Love Affair’”
This article was originally posted here. “And The Beat Goes On” for legendary recording group The Whispers! The iconic rhythm and blues singers Leaveil Degree, Nicholas Caldwell, Wallace and Walter Scott are celebrating 50 years in the music industry and show no signs of slowing down. Known for hit singles such as “It’s a LoveContinue reading “The Whispers Celebrate 50 Years in the Business”
Erin Medley, a pioneer in the field of online journalism, stands in front of the Morristown office of NJ.com As readers browse NJ.com for the day’s top news stories affecting the state, they should be aware that a J/MS graduate from 2004 is one of the driving forces behind the popular website. Erin Medley isContinue reading “Erin Medley, J/MS ’04, appointed director of engagement at NJ.com”
As part of the Rutgers University television and production course, I worked with a team of my peers to recreate a scene from the hit television series Dexter.
As part of the Rutgers University television production course, working along with a team of peers we were able to record recording artist Ray Pond performing the song The World.