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Infinite Starr Le Flair Scores Big With Contagious New Single “I’m Off”

Mississippi-based rapper/ singer/ songwriter Infinite Starr Le Flair (AKA Monroe Kush) has initiated a champagne campaign from Maine to Spain like she was running for the presidency with seductively scandalous Country Boy Music-released hit single “I’m Off.”

Since its unofficial release last April, the single has grown legs on its own and caught on like a raging wildfire. In a handful of months, it has been featured on the top six hip-hop mixtapes in the country, enjoyed more than half-a-million online streams, boasts over 100,000 physical downloads and is spinning in mixshow rotation on several select radio stations across the Mid-South. [Read more…]

Musicians Release Song In Response To The Protests By NFL Players Refusing To Stand For The National Anthem

SUMMARY: Written for the troops as a way to show their support, “The Freedom Flag” represents a certain stance on the debate between whether NFL players should stand for the National Anthem despite their protests against certain events in African American communities. A song that understands the complexity of the argument, it stands as a true form of support for the men and women who have and currently are serving the United States.

The Freedom Flag

Skye Brooks and Bert Campbell are a unique music duo consisting of a 16 year-old junior high student (Brooks) and a former music and English teacher and songwriter (Campbell). Together they have collaborated on the catchy country song “The Freedom Flag”, a response to the controversy surrounding a number of African American NFL players refusing to stand during the National Anthem. Honoring those who have fought and served the United States armed services, the new song is a true testament to patriotism. They are joined on the track by The Javelina Highway, a group that features Dale Caddell on lead guitar, Joey Cruz on drums, John Sarson on bass and Cathie King on violin. [Read more…]

R.G. Dempster And The Patriots Represent A New Movement In The Music Industry!

SUMMARY: Having opened for iconic bands including the Yardbirds, MC5, Bob Seger and Blues Magoos, R.G. Dempster has been playing studio guitar for more than 50 years. Today he heads a solo outfit that is dedicated to bringing the message of unity and patriotism to listeners of all ages with his new song “Stand Up!”. The song is currently being promoted heavily throughout the Detroit music scene, and beyond.

The oldest of 9 children, Robert George Dempster was raised in working class Detroit, Michigan where he learned the value of hard work and community. Now a small Michigan business owner, Dempster has continued to pursue his artistic passion, writing songs, singing, and playing the guitar, which he has cultivated for more than 50 years. Having to work hard for everything that he has achieved, his new track titled “Stand Up!” highlights the value of dedication and shares what it is like to earn your place in the world. The patriotic and upbeat vibe represents a side of music that is a bit rare during these tough social times and is a breath of fresh air for those looking for some positive vibes. [Read more…]

Blending Soft Rock And Acoustic, The Music Of Marc Dorian Has Been Carefully Crafted Over More Than Two Decades

SUMMARY: Singer, songwriter and keyboardist Marc Dorian has focused heavily on the “why” part of becoming a musician. A native of Nova Scotia, Canada, Dorian moved to Detroit in 2001 where he began to carve a niche for himself as a full time musician. A former member of a number of blues bands and the piano bar circuit, his sound blends a variety of genres and is backed by a strong musical desire. His latest single “Today and Always (I Do)” was released digitally on June 23, 2017.

The youngest of five children, Marc Dorian grew up in a tight-knit family in Nova Scotia. He began piano lessons at age 10, and since then has been crafting his own unique musical style influenced by everyone from pioneers of blues piano to such artists as Keith Urban, Billy Joel, Vince Gill and Elton John. He studied jazz piano at university and has used his knowledge of the history of music to guide his writing and artistic style. Throughout the entire process, he has focused heavily on the “why” of becoming a musician as well as the “how”; thinking deeply about what he can do as an individual to contribute something special to the industry; a fact that his highly reflective of his unique songwriting style. [Read more…]

Rap Duo Taizautie Has Crafted A Unique Brand Of Hip Hop On Their Debut Album, Called Secure the Bag

SUMMARY: Influenced by artists including Rae Sremmurd, Migos and Young Thug, Atlanta, GA rap duo Taizautie has crafted a unique sound around painful and real subject matter. Their debut album Secure the Bag was created with the help of the Boca Music Group, Michael Walcott ad Stefford Jackson, who were also the ones that encouraged Taizautie to pursue their music career.

Based on personal experiences, the music of rap duo Taizuatie provides a type of music designed to truly connect with listeners. Natives of Virginia, the group relocated to Atlanta where they hooked up with the Boca Music Group, whose founding members Michael Walcott and Stefford Jackson saw something special in the two. They encouraged Taizautie to pursue their career and release their highly anticipated debut album Secure the Bag. A 14-track masterpiece, the album deals with real issues including health problems such as asthma and sickle cell and in addition to complex cultural issues. [Read more…]

Having Performed With Some Of The World’s Most Well-Known Jazz Artists, George A. Johnson Is No Stranger To The World Of The Genre

SUMMARY: George A. Johnson is a third-generation jazz drummer who began playing at age five. Having established himself at age 12 in the Atlantic City music scene of the 60’s, he cemented himself as a talented jazz drummer studying under greats Elvin Jones (who helped him select his first drum kit) and Art Blakey. It was this conditioning at a young age that helped to formulate his worth ethic and dedication. New album, “A Valentine’s Wish” expands upon his discipline, with new artists and sounds.

The success of George A. Johnson can be attributed to studying his art and having the real-world experience necessary to excel at it. Earning a Doctorate of Arts, his craft has led him all over the world, touring with some of the biggest names in jazz including McCoy Tyner, Wynton Marsalis, Grover Washington Jr., and many more. He has appeared at a host of jazz festivals including the Mont Jazz Festival in Switzerland, Mellon Jazz Festival, and the Atlantic City Jazz Festival among many others. Continuously perfecting his craft and passing on his knowledge, he is a representative of Paste Cymbals and holds drumming workshops at various locations including the Heritage Jazz Festival and Berkley College. [Read more…]

Inspired By The Classic Rock Of The 70’s And 80’s, Ivory Tower Project Is A Band With An Emotional History And A Unique Sound

SUMMARY: More than a story about musical passion, the tale of Ivory Tower Project is one of heartbreak and achievement. Following the deaths of two of the four founding members and the severe injury of a third, the band has continued to cultivate their own unique classic rock influenced sound, while also bringing a modern edge to it. “How Much More?” is the latest album in their catalog of inspired music that delves into the unique challenges that the band has faced.

Ivory Tower Project was originally formed by Mark Regula, Johnny Jace, Tony Novorro and Sal DiAngelo with the idea of capturing the essence of classic rock and presenting it in a truly modern fashion. Soon after the band’s formation, in 1983, original member Sal DiAngelo died, which was the first taste of tragedy that the band experienced. The second was the death of songwriter Johnny Jace, who passed away in 2003. If things were not bad enough for the band, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Mark Regula was in a serious car accident that left him barely able to walk or perform live.

If you think that is a lot for a band and four individuals to endure emotionally, it is. In an interview with a New York music publication, Regula shared his experiences with the loss of his band members and in that, found the strength to carry on and continue recording. “How Much More?”, an album that is as deep and introspective as the name would suggest, features some of the the last lyrics written by Johnny Jace. Regula was then tasked with putting the lyrics of his dearly departed friend and band member to melodies, without having him to bounce ideas off of; a task that he says was one of the most difficult parts about recording the album. [Read more…]

R&B/Hip Hop Singer, Songwriter And Multi-Instrumentalist D’Breeon Shares Two Years Of Songwriting On Album ‘Rose Colored Lenses’

SUMMARY: Described as an R&B album with pop jazz sax, the latest album from D’Breeon titled “Rose Colored Lenses” is what he considers the 12 best tracks from his collection of more than 40 songs written over the past two years. An R&B and hip hop crossover album, “Rose Colored Lenses” features a wide variety of soothing instrumentals interlaced with intelligent lyrical content. For many, it is a much-needed reprieve from a vein of music that has fallen into predictable patterns.

Known by many as a Los Angeles indie artist extraordinaire, D’Breeon has been playing music ever since he could stand. He started playing the piano and saxophone at six years old. The son of a concert pianist, in college he studied under renowned bassist Richard Davis while also composing his own music with his band “The Dans”. After performing extensively at venues near the University of Wisconsin, he was noticed by Prince for being that singing saxophonist. Later NBC news would interview D’BREEON as he donated 100% of the royalties from the single “Do You” to the Leukemia Foundation via “TheMadScene” record company. Subsequently D’Breeon was invited up to Paisley Park to record his new single, “Call Her”. D’BREEON returned to UW-Madison and graduated as an electrical and computer engineer and began working as a sound producer and engineer. [Read more…]

Music Enthusiast Joe Blessett Brings His Unique Perspective To Songwriting On New Album Titled ‘678A011’!

SUMMARY: There is something very visceral about the way songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Joe Blessett records his music. A collection of a litany of life experiences, each song flows from one to the next, illustrating a piece of his life and a glimpse into his innermost thoughts. The unique collection of tracks found on “678AO11” is a landscape of jazz and R&B finely tuned and a musical journey worth noting.

In order to fully appreciate the range and sincerity of “678AO11”, one must delve into the mind and musical history of Blessett. An imaginative songwriter, his creativity stems from his travels and experience as a musician that understands his own strengths and limitations. Having traveled Asia, a lot of his music revolves around seeking the truth and the creative process. Blessett has made it clear that he wants listeners to feel the music on a deep and meaningful level, not just listen to it. [Read more…]

Wayne Olivieri Highlights The Rigors Of Everyday People On New Album ‘Eclectic Mind’

SUMMARY: Complex and brilliantly engineered, the latest album from rock veteran Wayne Olivieri titled “Eclectic Mind” has a unique musical profile. Its structure is reflective of its complex content, songs that delve deep into the psyche of human emotion, touching on everything from God, hard times, happiness, and other topics. Designed to evoke emotion, be it positive or negative, “Eclectic Mind” is an exercise in understanding what it is to truly feel.

Born and raised in New Jersey, Wayne Olivieri has always had an affinity for music. Like many great vocalists, he sang in his church choir, who performed every Sunday. Olivieri started his first band in the 8th grade. As a young talented vocalist and songwriter, by age 17, he played in an all original band which he started with high School pal Gar Francis Rockids (which he was the frontman). They performed alongside unsigned young acts such as Talking Heads, The Ramones, and Blondie to name a few. The Rockids became a regular name on the marques of some of the hottest New York clubs ranging from CBGB’s, Max’s Kansas City, The Village Gate and many more. The Rockids went on to become one of the top drawing bands in the N.Y/N.J/CT club/concert scene often opening for national acts such as Aerosmith, Roger Mcquin, Twisted Sister and other great bands. [Read more…]

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