New Release by Salisbury: Life is a Heartbreak

November 22, 2013 by  
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Located roughly halfway between St. Louis and Kansas City, Salisbury, Missouri isn’t much different from thousands of nondescript tiny Midwestern towns, but Eric Lysaght still carries with him the memories of his time there. Those days inspired the songs on Salisbury’s second album, Life Is a Heartbreak, which is due out on Red Pill Music […]

Amy Petty to be Featured at Prestigious Carnegie Hall

September 19, 2012 by  
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Red Pill Entertainment artist Amy Petty will be featured at New York’s prestigious Carnegie Hall as part of Tim Janis’ annual American Christmas Carol on Friday, November 30, 2012. The concert will benefit Academy Award-winning actress Kate Winslet’s Golden Hat Foundation. Petty will lend her signature haunting vocals to a star-studded lineup of female artists […]

Red Pill Releases Sarah Pray’s “A May Morning”

July 9, 2012 by  
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PRESS RELEASE Red Pill Entertainment is pleased to announce the release of A May Morning, the second album by Minneapolis-based singer-songwriter Sarah Pray, the follow-up to 2010’s Empty Words. “There’s so much to love with this new work of Sarah’s,” Red Pill co-owner Lauren Markow said. “There’s an echo of a kind of Emmylou Harris […]

St. Louis Show Announced | 3 for the Road Tour – Amy Petty, Jen Kearney & Danielle Miraglia

April 19, 2012 by  
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Join singer-songwriters, Amy Petty, Jen Kearney & Danielle Miraglia for an evening of performances in the round on Friday, May 4 2012, at the The Chapel in St. Louis. Doors will open at 7:30p.m. and the show will begin at 8p.m. Each of these artists has her own unique brand of soul and grit and […]

Red Pill Welcomes Boston Songwriter Jen Kearney

January 10, 2011 by  
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Red Pill Music is pleased to announce the signing of Boston-based singer-songwriter Jen Kearney. ‘We’re so thrilled to bring Jen into the Red Pill family,” said Red Pill co-owner Jacob Detering, “Her great writing aside, she’s got one of those rare, real-deal voices that you instantly fall in love with.’ Kearney and her band, The […]

Ride The Divide | Dante Pascuzzo

December 10, 2010 by  
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On the Film: The Continental Divide does not wander through L.A., but that’s where you will find native Californian Dante Pascuzzo, instrumental jazz/rock artist and composer on the Ride the Divide soundtrack. Instead of the vast, desolate valleys and mountaintops that epitomize the Tour Divide mountain bike race, Dante finds himself in the big city—making […]

Ride The Divide | Dominique Fraissard: Canadian Homecoming

November 12, 2010 by  
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Begin the Begin. Dominique Fraissard was unearthed for the Ride the Divide soundtrack by the film’s idealist and driving force, Mike Dion. From the music website Sonicbids and the heart of the Canadian Rockies, Fraissard’s weathered, mature tracks Art of a Common Kind and Tabula Rasa fit the rustic backdrop of the film’s race, the […]

A Perfect Partnership | Coffee and Music

November 3, 2010 by  
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KALDI’S LINKS CUSTOMERS TO RED PILL ENTERTAINMENT — FREE MUSIC DOWNLOADS AND COUPONS Two independent St. Louis-based businesses – Kaldi’s Coffee Roasting Company and Red Pill Entertainment – are joining together to offer coffee and music lovers free Internet music downloads and coupons good at all Kaldi’s locations. Beginning Thursday, November 18, Kaldi’s Team Members […]

Feature Friday | Writing The Divide

October 29, 2010 by  
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The Continental Divide—America’s off-centered backbone, a wandering spine through the most dramatic terrain of our continent—has an impact on all who touch it. Starting in Alaska and winding through the Canadian Rockies, the Great Divide then dips into the U.S. and makes a long haul for Mexico, through South America and does not stop until […]

Paper or Plastic? Our Site or iTunes?

September 24, 2010 by  
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Hi there. Lauren Markow, AKA Sambarouge here, and I won’t keep you long. I promise. Lately, I’ve been involved in many discussions with artists and fans and my Red Pill partner, Jacob Detering about iTunes. So many of us…me included…love the instant gratification convenience of iTunes. But, there is this dirty little ignorance is bliss […]

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