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Online Publication Music Morsels Relaunches
Music Morsels, an online publication that ceased publishing in 2008, has relaunched as a music reviews blog and will post reviews of indie and national recording artists releases worldwide. The publication that began in 1995 has re-launched this time as a music blog featuring the writing of journalist Mark Waterbury and Serge Entertainment/Serge Media Group owner Sandy Serge.
"We want to continue to support musicians in any way we can and hosting a site that reviews music is another way for us to do that," remarks Serge.
The writers will post positive reviews of CDs and EPs (not singles) submitted as the reviews are written and will also review concerts in the metro Atlanta area. "If we don't like the music, we won't review it, but we will listen to everything submitted," Serge explains.
To submit your CDs for review, please send your presskits/ CDs to:
div. Serge Entertainment Group
PO Box 5147
Canton, GA 30114
Although physical CDs are preferred, download links/EPKs may be submitted to MusMorsels@aol.com.
The Music Morsels blog is located at http://musicmorsels.wordpress.com.
About the writers
For over thirty years, Sandy Serge has been active in numerous aspects of the music industry. She began playing piano at age 7, violin at 8, and guitar at 12. She managed and promoted musicians throughout Wisconsin during her teens and early twenties as well as performing with seven symphonies, two rock bands, a folk duo and as a solo artist.
After twenty years of musical performance, Sandy opted to concentrate her efforts on the business sector of the music industry and opened her own booking/management agency in the Midwest.
In 1986, Sandy ventured to Atlanta where she attended the Music Business Institute during which time she played an integral part in organizing the MBI showcase, produced a video which aired on Prime Cable, and co-created the MBI video utilized as a marketing tool for the Institute.
Sandy has worked with music industry notables and their affiliates primarily in a marketing/public relations capacity. Today Sandy is the owner of the globally-known Serge Entertainment Group which consists of the Group management division, est. 1987; Serge Media Group est. 1987; Surgeland Records, ; Storm Surge Publishing (BMI), Sun Surge Publishing (ASCAP) and Neptchyunes Publishing (ASCAP), song publishing divisions, est. 1997. She is also a member of the acoustic trio "Is That So?". Sandy has a B.S in Marketing and an M.S. in Communications from La Salle University as well as a Musician Management degree from the Music Business Institute.
A native of Madison, Wisconsin, Mark "Stormy" Waterbury has been writing and photographing for publications since the mid 80's. Before migrating to the Atlanta area to avoid the harsh Wisconsin winters, he served as free-lance writer for Badger Entertainer, Keynote, and Night Sights and Sounds, all entertainment publications based in Madison.
After his stint with Night Sights and Sounds, Mark opted to publish his own free music paper, created a partnership with noted music biographer Susan Masino, and co-published the regional entertainment magazine Rock Central located in Madison, Wisconsin.
One of Mark's journalism fortes is interviewing celebs. He has conducted interviews with Rick Medlocke of Blackfoot, Layne Staley of Alice in Chains, Kirk Hammet of Metallica, George Lynch of Dokken, Paul Stanley of Kiss, Doug Wimbish of Living Colour, Damon Johnson of Brother Cane, Rick Allen of Def Leppard, Ian Gillan of Deep Purple, Kip Winger, Bobby Byrd, and John Mayall, to name just a few.
Mark also has a passion for photography. His live concert collection includes Johnny Winter, Blue Oyster Cult, Foghat, Emerson Lake & Palmer, Paul McCartney, Pearl Jam, The Black Crowes, Def Leppard and Kiss among many others. He is also a photographic artist selling his artwork at area art shows and retail outlets.
Along with writing extensively for Music Morsels, Mark works for Serge Entertainment Group as agent, publicist and music publishing representative. He also is a member of the acoustic trio Is That So?.