Song Review: “LEFT ALONE”

I recently had the honor of hearing the song “LEFT ALONE” by Ric Flexer featuring Ju$t Allstylez and D. HOLLOW, and up-and-coming artist that I recently interviewed for this blog. “LEFT ALONE” is a very unique song. The artistry and earnestness of its collaborators shines through in each and every second. The guitar bits at…

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Silk Sonic Brings The Sauce

An Evening With Silk Sonic Short Album Review Image is in Public Domain. Certified Good-vibe Team of the century, Silk Sonic, has finally released their long-awaited album titled An Evening With Silk Sonic on November 12th, 2021. The dynamic R&B duo, composed of powerhouse vocalists Bruno Mars and Anderson .Paak, bring the funky fire with…

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New Single: “Natusangalale” by Shi Kargo and Roy

Today, Shi Kargo has released a new single, titled “Natusangalale.” The title means “Let Us Be Happy” in the Bemba language from Zambia. This unique song is a collaboration with Roy, a Soulful/Afro Jazz vocalist based and born in Zambia. After just one listen, I could tell this was going to be a calming hit…

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Review: Ritt Momney’s Newest Singles

Utah-native Ritt Momney has done it again. He came out with new music, and, as always, it blew me away. If you haven’t heard of Ritt Momney, what are you doing? How can you negate the cleverness, the satire, and the endearing quality of the spoonerism of Utah Senator Mitt Romney’s name? Anyway, let’s get…

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New Album Review: Jordi by Maroon 5

Doesn’t it seem like ages since Maroon 5 released an album? Maybe it’s just because I’m always excited by new music. In any case, I was very excited to learn that new Maroon 5 music was coming. As it turns out, this album was released today. Jordi is dedicated to Maroon 5’s late band manager,…

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New Release Review: “Stop Making This Hurt” by Bleachers

Bleachers’ newest single “Stop Making This Hurt” could easily be found in the soundtrack of a coming-of-age film. The signature Bleachers sound certainly has this quality, which may or may not have to do with leading man Jack Antonoff’s inexplicable talent for infectious hits. It was nothing short of a joy to pick this single…

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Review of A R I Z O N A Live from Lakehouse Studios

Image: jenniferlinneaphotography from Denver, CO, USA, CC BY 2.0 https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0, via Wikimedia Commons. Fair Use. I recently had the pleasure of watching my favorite music group, A R I Z O N A, perform live from Asbury Park, New Jersey in the comfort of my own home. I’ve really been enjoying all of the livestream…

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Livestream Concert Recap

Happy November! I’m here for a special extra post. I recently watched two livestream concerts from the comfort of my home (and at very affordable prices!) and wanted to recap them with you. This is a unique opportunity during a depressingly unique time in history, and it seemed like a good idea to share my…

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CMT’s Nashville and My Rediscovery of Country Music

Let me start today’s post by saying I’ve never been anti-country music. The thing is, I consider myself to be a music lover, not a some-types-of-music-that-I-like lover. So I’ve made it my goal to remain open-minded to all kinds of music, including ones that I wouldn’t traditionally listen to. With that in mind, I’ve always…

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Review of Green EP by Adam Friedman

It’s no surprise to anyone who knows me that Adam Friedman is my favorite singer. I always enjoy music by artists who have real talent and real passion, so it was a no-brainer that I would become a huge fan of Friedman, his beautiful voice, and his numerous talents. (And, you know. His looks are…

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