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SONG PREMIERE: Aussie Joel Taylor Proves Soon To Be Hitmaker Via Big/Soulful “Give Myself Away”

When the world was first introduced to up and coming Australian singer/songwriter Joel Taylor in 2017, he debuted with his double single Two Sides. His unique blend of American soul music with modern touches driven ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Elk City Shine With Infectious Power Pop on “25 Lines”

Blending rock, folk, soul and jazz, NYC outfit Elk City have garnered something of a cult following  that started back in the early 1990s and hasn’t used its safe word yet. From humble, noisy beginnings ...

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ALO and Monophonics Bring the Love to Portland With Tour d’Amour (SHOW REVIEW/PHOTOS)

ALO (a.k.a. Animal Liberation Orchestra) brought their 12th annual Tour d’Amour to Portland, Oregon’s Wonder Ballroom last Friday, February 9th, as they spread the love up the West Coast from their Bay Area home. For ...

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Alumni of Bowie Bands Visit Keswick Theater For ‘Celebrating David Bowie Tour’ (PHOTOS)

The” Celebrating David Bowie” tour stopped in at the Keswick Theatre in Glenside Pa on Sunday 2/11 for its second U.S. date and performed to a sold-out crowd. The band featured Bowie’s long time pianist ...

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Black Label Society With Zakk Wylde Rocks Philadelphia’s Electric Factory (PHOTOS)

Black Label Society featuring Zakk Wylde rocked out the Electric Factory in Philadelphia on February 3rd, as the venue was celebrating its 50th anniversary this year. Photos by Cathy Poulton

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SONG PREMIERE: Folk Musician John Craigie Finds Humor and Positivity In Dark Times With “Presidential Silver Lining”

With the clarity of vision of a millenial, the old soul of a troubadour, and the timing of a stand-up comedian, John Craigie’s live shows have his rapidly growing audiences hanging on every word. The ...

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VIDEO PREMIERE: Midcentury Tap Into Poppy Post-Punk With Saxophone-Laced Tune “Fallen”

Austin-based indie rock band Midcentury could be described as a group that straddles the line between nostalgic and post-modern music; their sound is crisp and new age, yet, it is reminiscent of indie and classic ...

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The ATX TV Fest Announces Its First Round Of Programming For Season 7

One of the television industry's hottest festivals makes some bold announcements for its seventh year.

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SONG PREMIERE: Television City Goes Intrepid & Bold With “Brenda Lived By The Lake” Off Self Titled Debut On 4/27

Brian Raleigh has been playing rock & roll long enough to know the odds career-wise, and that it doesn’t pay to wear your heart on your sleeve in a world where shtick sells better than ...

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SONG PREMIERE: Whiskey Wolves of the West Embrace Their ‘Country Roots’ With Soulful Outlaw Tune “Rainy Day Lovers”

When artists have a certain degree of laudable talent in their arsenal, expectations can be quite high whenever they endeavor to branch out on their own. Good thing Tim Jones and Leroy Powell, the dynamic ...

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