Emily Noel is winning the hearts of music lovers everywhere, one song at a time.Read more
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If you’re in your 20s or 30s and grew up a wrestling fan (like me), you’ve probably heard of Ron Killings. You might know him by a different name — he’s wrestled for a number of years in WWE as two-time (and current) Untied States Champion R-Truth, for starters — but certainly, you’re probably quite familiar with the man and his work, and you have to admit: the dude can go in the ring.Read more
Hard rockers Awake At Last are celebrating their addition to the Outerloop Records roster with the release of “Dead Generation,” the impactful first single from their forthcoming full-length effort, “The Change.”Read more
Want a raw and honest slice of musicianship? You’ll get it Darin Jellison‘s freshly-released acoustic rendition of his tune, “Impostor.”Read more
With the start of a new month, Nashville’s The Slow Drag released another brand new, tasty pop rock jam.Read more
Have a sense of adventure? Great! Soul singer Emily Chambers has a feel-good, carefree song for you.
In fact, even if you’re more of a homebody, this one will make you want to get out and explore the world outside your bubble.Read more
Having followed Marc Ambrosia for a few years now, we’ve learned that he’s a singer capable of conveying a variety of moods and emotions. He can deliver the whimsical, carefree love song one minute, and switch things up with something much darker and more brooding the next.
Stylistically, he’s shown versatility, evolving from alternative rock to a more ambient style of pop. That’s where we get into Marc’s new single, “Painting the Shape of My Heart,” perhaps his most ambitious offering to date.Read more
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Nashville-based artist Micah Butler simply needed her potent, soulful alto and some guitar layering to deliver the goods on her new single, “Waves.”
Brooklyn, NY-based singer/songwriter Brian Dunne has a New Tattoo.
Actually, it’s a new single released Nov. 30 called “New Tattoo.”
Like us, The Mad Sugars re-located from the northeast to Nashville. Also like us, the formerly NYC-based dance rock outfit, led by songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Adam Lawrence, has found new inspiration in Music City.