One of the most prolific, relevant, vibrant, and well-hidden activists is the mastermind of American High Doug Terry. American High is a band for the people! Their anti-war songs on their last album “Bones in the Attic, Flowers in the Basement” created a buzz before fans even realized it was a dedication to the war on war, as their orgasmic melodies and decadent harmonies resonated sonic pop culture at it’s very best. Now the band’s
Australian singer/songwriter sings like an angel. He’s a lyrical anomaly, and a phenomenal poet. He has just released a new full length album called “Revisited”, an eclectic collection of inspiration. He defies genre bounties and has a fan for each song…. I shared questions with Andy regarding his music, his sensitivity and his compassionate way of creating music. The album is compelling and captivating and nearly addicting. …. You are very poetic, do you write
Indie Music Artist Phenom Ghostly Beard has just released his highly anticipated new video “The Love In Your Eyes”, the first single off his album “Inward” that is being released worldwide on May 4th, 2018. Support great indie talent today! You may have crossed paths with him on the street, or been in line with him at the grocery store. He has a beard, he’s in his 50s, and he’s the man behind the invisible
Silvia Olari is releasing her Spectra Music Group debut album “There Is Something About You” on Friday, March 23, 2018. Now available for pre-order worldwide, reserve your copy today! Born in Parma, Italy, where she started playing piano at the age of 8, Silvia’s big break came in 2007 when she participated in the biggest broadcasted nationwide talent show in Italy, “Amici”. After that she released 2 albums in Italy. For the first one Silvia
Bob Russell is releasing his Spectra Music Group debut album “Running Crazy” on Friday March 23, 2018. Now available for pre-order worldwide, reserve your copy today! Bob Russell was born in Ramsgate Kent England, and came across the Atlantic Ocean to New York on the Queen Mary. He spent his childhood going back and forth from the States to England, which gave him the opportunity to jam with musicians on both sides of the pond.