Some things take no thought, they just take heart. “Tonight Tonight”, the debut album from Toronto’s The Heartbroken might as well be a bandage for bleeding hearts and souls around the world. It is a visceral reaction to the blows of life and love, a moment to enjoy being on the ground, because you know you are going to be that much stronger when you get back up.
Born in 1992 and raised in Keighley, West Yorkshire, singer-songwriter Annie Drury has been performing and writing since a young age, when it was already evident to all around that music was her obsession. She was born into a musical family from an Irish folk background. Her father, a singer/songwriter and her late Grandfather was a well known flautist in the London/Irish music scene from the late 1940's . Both have been strong inspirational figures during Annie's early years.
Ula Ruth grew up in Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Raised Southern Baptist, she found her voice singing in church. She grew up with nothing, and dreamed of becoming something. She left her home at early age with the hopes of becoming a singer in New York City. One day she found fame, but they made her change her name. So now we are taking it back.
Kimmy and Kelsie Baron (aka The Baron Sisters) are a sibling duo from South Florida that have mastered the ability to create the organic sound of innocence and youth through the eyes of old souls.
The girls have been singing together ever since they can remember. With a natural talent for writing catchy melodies, and the ability to engage their audiences with honest, relatable songs, this charming duo delivers sincere songs with distinctive instrumentation and remarkable harmonies.
Secret Someones is the new project from NYC singer/songwriters Bess Rogers, Lelia Broussard, Hannah Winkler, & drummer/multi- instrumentalist, Zach Jones. Drawing inspiration from bands like Weezer, Talking Heads, and the entire Tom Petty catalog, the band is pure songwriting excellence.
My name is Reed, I play keys, I write music... I put them together and out come songs. It's a recipe that we all have inside somewhere, and like cooking, we aren't likely to get it right the first time. Here is my attempt at doing some good cooking.
Lloyd Williams is a British Songwriter, known for his unique Banjo and Guitar techniques as well as an uncompromising attitude to writing and playing music he loves. With shades of Nick Drake and John Martyn, he intertwines a darker folk americana edge, with a clasic British Folk sound.
Originally located in Arlington, TX, Chase moved to Abilene, TX in 2003 to study music composition and theory at Hardin-Simmons University. Having formally only worked under other efforts as a hired gun, it wasn’t until then that he pursued his solo career in music.
Studying under Dr. Bernard Scherr, Chase polished his chops as a composer, creating works for a variety of ensembles ranging from chamber music, choir, percussion ensemble to full orchestra.
Alice Lake was raised in Wisconsin where she spent years finding inspiration and solace amongst the trees. It was after a North woods trip to one place in particular, nicknamed The Glass Lake, where Alice’s vision appeared clear in her head. It is there where she would eventually uncover her true voice.
If you read this blog for a while, you may know how much I love the music of Alice And The Glass Lake. If I had to choose my favorite artists of 2013, that would definitely be her. So I thought that her new song would deserve a special article.
Today, Ryan Seacrest has decided to premier her new video for the third song of her new EP "The Evolution" called "Coming Down". You can see his blog feature here.