With a new album on its way next month, iconic artist Melissa Etheridge kept it real Wednesday night and shared her excitement about her independent release of This is M.E. through her own label. She reflected on the ever-changing digital music landscape, which transformed before her eyes over her extensive 25-year recording career. For this project that will be released September 30, she decided to do it differently releasing it through her own independent label, and worked with an eclectic mix of producers from Jon Levine to Jerry Wonda.
At the new Santa Monica private lounge and recording studio A&R Bar, Melissa showcased her newest songs for an intimate group of 75 industry music and entertainment influencers. She took us through the decades of her long-standing career which began in her hometown, Kansas City to her first big brea...
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