A solid Rock and Roll band from Birmingham, England. Much in the Mold of Bad Company and Humble Pie, their sound is also similar to Rival Sons and Vintage Trouble of more recent acts.
Here’s hoping that the release of this new video and single means another new record is coming later this year.
The classic rock meets the Tran Siberian Orchestra operatic bombast of this group should come as no surprise as lead singer Nathan James was with the band for many years before the formation of Inglorious. The new record, Ride to Nowhere, should be one of the Rock records of the year.
John Diva, our favorite rocker, is back and ready to scorch the earth with his latest video.
Some sort of wicked hybrid of a cross between Jeff Buckley and Leonard Cohen with hints of Scott Walkers, all elements of a sublimely beautiful listen.
After becoming a staple behind the scenes as a singer and dancer and on stage with touring productions of Rock of Ages and Footloose, Twinnie appears as the main attraction on this single in advance of her upcoming record. This song walks that delicate line between a great night and a delicate day after.
Murray A. Lightburn as the lead singer of the Montreal Chamber-Pop band The Dears has released what might be the Soul album of the year with his latest solo effort Hear Me Out. With his street corner vocal style and an expressive voice that at times brings to mind Bryan Wilson and at other times Scott Walker to complement his Curtis Mayfield vibe, a new star is forming before your very ears.