Black Light Circle


Black Light Circle band is Artie Desbiens, Karen Fieldhouse, and Wayne Philips, they are based in northern NJ. They are heavily influenced by 70's classic rock; . They share vocals, and feature electric and acoustic guitar, bass guitar, keyboards, and drums. Their debut CD Lothlorien contains acoustic as well as rock tracks, with a lot of vocal harmony throughout; it's a very diverse musical endeavor, and reminiscent of songs from the '70's. The band concentrates on venues that cater to original music, Black Light Circle has been featured on the Scott Rox Radio show, KSVY 97.1 out of Sonoma, CA, Rock On Radio and What’s Next as the guests of Danny Coleman; twice as the guests of Stoner Dave and Killer Kowalski on Pirate Radio/, and most recently played Roxy and Duke’s Roadhouse In Dunellen, NJ. December 2016: Black Light Circle is happy to announce the release of their second CD, Colours of Cats, an exclusive mix of old school rock with a 70's flavor, with a dash of country rock, and a beautiful ballad for good measure. Give it a listen! June 2017: Black Light Circle's third CD, Mythical Creatures, has just been released! On Mythical Creatures, the bands musical roots are evident, with power-driven guitars strong, bluesy vocals. Give it a listen, the tunes will be in your head for days. If you're a blues/old school rock fan, you will love it! July 2017: Black Light Circle is proud to announce the endorsement of JCR Originals/London. Check out their website at 9/17: Black Light Circle is proud to announce the release of their fourth CD, entitled Magical Matches. It is available for download here on ReverbNation, and has been featured on Danny Coleman’s “What’s Next” radio show at Please check out our Facebook page at for the full audio/video of the show! 2/18: Currently, Black Light Circle are working on their fifth CD, entitled Black Light Circle 5. The first release, “Anymore”, is available for download right here on ReverbNation. April 10: Black Light Circle played the historic Stone Pony in Asbury Park, NJ. on April 8! We had a great time! Coming up: May 5: the Stanhope House, with Big Eyed Phish, Guilty Pleasures and more. Please visit the Stanhope House website for ticket info: May 26: Black Light Circle returns to the Stanhope House for the Veteran’s Benefit. Many bands rocking the house, begins at 12 pm. Come out and support our veterans! Black Light Circle continues to work (play) on the fifth CD...looking at a mid to late summer release. Thank you to our fans and supporters...we love you!! Black Light Circle is proudly sponsored by Coldcock Whiskey: TAKE YOUR SHOT!!!






What is music to you? What does it give you?

Music is everything to me, it gives me a purpose in this life.

What is your music dream?

To Be Dave Grohl, no but seriously, to make a good living off of music and to Famous, What else

If you could change the world - what would you start with?

Nuclear energy, Cell phones, Get rid of them.

Which is the most memorable song from your childhood?

Dreams, by Fleetwood Mac

Who are your favorite musical artists or bands?

My favorite band Is Led Zeppelin, I also love the Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Neil Young, Yes, Pink Floyd, Rush, the Beatles

What inspires you to make music?

I never thought about it, I just find myself doing it. its a part of me.

What is the message you want to send with your music?

Buy More of my Music, lol, no I guess it would be Lets go back in time.

How do you feel when you perform in front of an audience?

Nervous, Stressed out, Happy, Productive, Focused,

How do you see the musicians’ reality nowadays? What could be improved?

wow, I could say so much about this, I Think Its just to easy for anyone to make music and put it out there, and they do, anyone and everyone, Technology has evened the playing field, and made it so easy and at the same time so hard to be successful. I think people are overwhelmed with the choices they have. they shut down and its hard to reach them, Radio used to be the only Media for music, and then you had to buy the record in a record store, now you have to give your music away. That is literally what bands are doing just to get people interested and out to the shows.

What do you think of Drooble?

I don't know, I just got on here. it seems pretty cool.

What frustrates you most as a musician?

Getting people to shows. And having to give away the songs I worked so hard on.

Do you support your local scene as a fan? How?

Yes I do. I go out and see bands, and I help promote other bands on social mediaa

What qualities should a musician nowadays have in order to get their music heard by a larger audience?

Persistance, Open mindedness.

Share some awesome artists that we’ve never heard of.

Mike Himmal, Flying Dreams, Cowbell superstar,