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Updated by Orbit Media Studios on Apr 15, 2020
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Content Marketing Musicians

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Mark Traphagan: Wade in the Water

Mark and the Bulltown Strutters add some heat to a celebration with this Dixieland spiritual. Watch for Mark's solo at 1:56" - he's the bald guy on the right.
Tweet @marktraphagen

Michael Weiss: Coconut Song (Cool Moon, Directed by Joshua Levin)

This guy is a nut! Michael Weiss shared with us this little gem from the 80s. It's one of those sing-along, bop your head, feel-good tunes. Give it a listen.
Tweet @MikePWeiss

John Bonini: Blues riffing ('52 Fender Tele & Deluxe Reverb)

Those hazy days of summer call for some Blues to chill out to. We've got just the thing. Grab a drink, sit back, relax, and enjoy the laid-back guitar riffs. Here's John messing around in B flat.
Tweet @Bonini84

Phil Mershon: Philmonious Montage!

Phil plus harmonious jazzy grooves gets you Philmonious. As with all things social, this jazz saxophonist knows how to play his part, get along, and listen. Here's a sampling. Enjoy!
Tweet @Phil_Mershon

Bill Sebald: The Hero (Demise)

100% Pure Rock'n'Roll. This is the Heard, live at the Brass Lantern (2/24/2012).
Tweet @billsebald

Dan Kern: Grub Street Writer tribute to Ween

Grub Street Writer pays tribute to a great and recently departed band, Ween, at Denver's People's Fair 2012. Dan is the guitarist on the far right. Apparently, the batteries died.
Tweet @kernmedia

Dan Shure: Everything I Am (Kanye West Cover)

It shouldn't be a surprise that content marketing musicians like to improvise. Can you pick out where Dan gets creative and departs from the script? Listen for it.
Tweet @dan_shure

Russell Sparkman: You're Gonna Miss Me (Written by David Gregor)

Watch Russell lay down some rockin' Blues bass. He would say it's all about keeping the rhythm, whether at work or play.
Tweet @fusionspark

Barry Feldman (and Leah): You and I (Ingrid Michaelson cover)

Barry Feldman knows all about creating harmony across content channels. Putting SEO aside, he picks up the ukulele and harmonizes with his daughter, Leah. Watch for it at the minute mark.
Tweet @FeldmanCreative

Chuck Kent: Unrequited Twitter Love

He may be singing the blues, but trust us, there is plenty of Twitter love to go around in this Chuck Kent original. Watch as he takes social media mentions to a whole new level (maybe you're in it!).
Tweet @creativeoncall

Mike King: Icon the Mic King Blindfolded Freestyle @ SXSW 2010

Talk about audience engagement. And the art of freestyling. Blindfolded, objects from the crowd are handed to Icon the Mic King. He comes up with a rap on the spot. Watch and prepare to LOL.
Tweet @iPullRank

Ric Dragon: Tank drum improvisation

Ever wonder what digital marketers do in their spare time? While you ponder that, listen to the melodic percussive stylings of Ric Dragon. It's been said it promotes mindful appreciation.
Tweet @RicDragon

Andy Crestodina: Plaisirs Dénudés

Delight in the dulcet melodies as Andy taps out his favorite Pierre Lapointe song on the keyboard. "You can't fake it," he says about playing piano and content marketing.
Tweet @Crestodina

Robert Rose: Dream Up

This funky beat-driven track will get you into a groove. If you had to classify Robert Rose, what musical genre would you place him in?
Tweet @Robert_Rose

Mike Hale: Patience (Guns 'N Roses)

A real "class act" - Rob Johnson, Mike Hale, and Ray Vanderlugt wowed the ladies at Luther East High School when they performed this famous rock ballad at a school concert back in May 1989.
Tweet @mikehale

Brendan Cournoyer: What Child Is This? (acoustic)

A new take on caroling. Brainshark's Director of Content Marketing takes a break to send this holiday greeting to his friends and family. Pick up your guitar and strum-along - enjoy!
Tweet @brencournoyer

Bob LeDrew: I Will Love You For Miles

His Twitter bio says he's known for 'typing and speaking words,' but this "Pepe LePew" is really a crooner at heart. Although this song is meant as an apology for Ms. Dietrich, you too can enjoy this touchingly sweet Danny Michel cover.
Tweet @BobLeDrew

Ja-Naé Duane: Habanera (from Bizet's Carmen)

You might call this "Fifty Shades of Opera" - you'll have to watch to find out why. Ja-Naé is an opera singer and storyteller. For more information, go to
Tweet @TheSunQueen

Joe Cardillo: Scram Nation - Finale 4

You might have never heard of the The Scrams until now, and you might never hear of them again. This is from their final show at the Plant. Raises the question, is punk dead?
Tweet @joecardillo

Matt Owen: Witchboard (Elsie Dominator)

Matt earn's the "Most Hardcore" award in our roundup. In fact, it may be the most DANGEROUSLY EVIL addition to our list. Want more? Follow the adventures of Elsie Dominator on Facebook.

Myles Bristowe: Satisfaction (Myles and Sheila's Rock Band)

Myles, marketer extraordinaire, knows a thing or two about how to strike a chord. Here's his first on-stage performance at Mocking Bird Music, showcasing his new found obsession - the guitar!
Tweet @mylesbristowe

Tim Paige: Sleepless In Syracuse (Honor Bright)

Raucous energy, loud guitar, and bangin' drums. It's everything you could want in a rock band. Watch Honor Bright rockin' it at The Bamboozle.
Tweet @TimThePaige

Michael O’Neal: Love Song (Drum Cover)

Michael lays down the beats as he plays along to Sara Barielles' "Love Song" in hopes to get her attention. If you're Sara, please Tweet him!
Tweet @inmikeswords

Jon Wuebben: Do You Know

Go inside the recording studio with Jon and get some insights on the song-writing process.
Tweet @jonwuebben

Adam Singer: Circuits (vocals by Rachel Fox)

Adam takes his passion for technology to the musical front. He geeks out with electronica, adding a jazzy twist.
Tweet @AdamSinger