Music Review: “Friends in Low Places” by Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son

Bobby Mahoney

Bobby Mahoney and the Seventh Son is a group of talented musicians who released their first full-length album in June, 2014. Here’s WP Music Biz student Jess Frank’s review of their album. If you haven’t listened to it yet, you really definitely should.

WP’s Pete McGuinness Nominated For Two Grammy Awards

Pete McGuinness two Grammy nominations

William Paterson University’s Pete McGuinness nominated for two Grammy awards. That’s right! Two. Professor McG (that’s what he should be called) teaches arranging in the Jazz department. Click for details!

Bobby Mahoney & The Seventh Son Nominated For 3 Asbury Music Awards

WPU Now That's What I Call Pop

William Paterson’s own Bobby Mahoney & The Seventh Son have been nominated for 3 Asbury Music Awards. Click to see & hear some of their tunes! You’ll be sad if you don’t.

Zach Matari – WP Pop Music Major Hits The Road Again

Zach Matari on the road again

WP Popular Studies music major Zach Matari has been touring all semester with Jacob Whitesides.  Matari, who should be addressed as “Zach Man” if you bump into him in a random airport, has just re-upped with Whitesides.  They’re headed south.  Look at this release, stolen word-for-word from his latest email: […]

Music Review: “The Incurable Heart” By Lauren Marsh

Lauren Marsh Oh Oh My Heart

The Incurable Hearty by Lauren Marsh is a wonderful medley of raw emotion, melodic magic and pure talent. Reviewer Anthony Galasso provides his feelings about the artist and the music exclusively for MusicBiz 101 & More. Read the full review and listen to some great music.

WP Students “Keep On Keepin’ On”

WP Students "Keep On Keepin' On"

“Keep On Keepin’ On” is a movie about WP Permanent Artist-in-Residence/legendary trumpet player Clark Terry and WP alum Justin Kauflin. Scenes take place at William Paterson and the film has already won awards at the Tribeca Film Festival. Click & watch the trailer and an interview with Director and WP alum Alan Hicks.