TEE-M In Huffington Post
Rock and Roll and the American Dream in the Modern Age
By Ashley Wren Collins
"I started in Karachi, Pakistan. That's not your basic backyard for rock and roll like London,
Los Angeles, Memphis, or Liverpool. So I had to start dreaming way out there."
Photo by Susan Jones
TEE-M's song "On Face Book" Banned by a Radio Station...
"Unfortunately, we will not be adding your song "On Face Book" to the list
as we would not want to be in violation of any trademark infringement laws with
regard to the name "Facebook."
TEE-M's Tales Of Triumph In Earbits
tee-m | earbits.com – Online Radio Blog
And Listen to the new single "On Face Book"
"Patriotic seems too small and selfish in this day and age, I feel, we as people are a lot bigger than that."
"Adversity is a true test of our strength as individuals, as family, as nations and as people living on this planet."
Read from Lahore, Pakistan, Sonya Rehman's review in
The News of TEE-M's album EARTHIOTIC...songsfromaoneroompalace
Last Thursday I talked with Masala Canada's Wojtek Gwiazda. Wojtek has interviewed me
twice on his show. The first time was Nov. '08, his weekly show was just a month old then,
and I was touring Pakistan, where he had called from Montreal. Today's show was his final episode due to budget cuts by the Canadian government. I'm honored that Wojtek made TEE-M a part of the final show...MY BIG THANKS.
"for the last show I wanted to share his energy with you..."
"My whole approach these days, even with songs is like that pop song, because that's what I was listening and that's what I enjoy. You need to do it in 2 to 3 minutes to capture the imagination on the other side..."
Scroll down in the middle of the page and click where it says "LISTEN" I'm the last one interviewed on the show, you can drag the player to 48 minutes it's right after Joni Mitchell's song "Big Yellow Taxi" which I heard for the first time in Karachi on radio Pakistan. I met Joni here in Los Angeles in the 90's and had some great conversations with her...a class act.
Pakistani Songwriter's Reaction to Bhutto Assassination...Listen to TEE-M's interview
with NPR reporter Brooke Binkowski...
The California Report Magazine | Fri, January 04, 2008
For the thousands of Pakistani-Americans living in California, Benazir Bhutto's assassination was shocking, but for one Los Angeles musician with close ties to the Bhutto family, it was personal.
MAG The Weekly Reviews The 2nd Floor Show KARACHI
TEE-M Rocks The City Of Lights
TEE-M's "THE NATION" interview Sunday Magazine
"I'm a very basic rhythm guitar player, somewhere a cross between John Lennon, Hank Williams and Lou Reed."
"SUNDAY PLUS" It's spread over three pages...The Nation is one of Pakistan's leading daily newspaper. Asad Sulehria conducted the interview from Lahore...
TEE-M Salutes The Beatles MAG The Weekly Review
Tee-M said "he was very happy that he got to do a full fledged salute to the Beatles, the band that inspired him to pick up the guitar, play, write, sing, dream and do other crazy things while growing up right here in Karachi... Beatles Forever!!!!"