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Posts Tagged ‘Singer-songwriter’

Linda Debella: “Jupiter Moon” can possess you at a deep level!

Growing up outside Los Angeles, Linda Debella took years of classical piano lessons, and listened almost exclusively to pop radio. She says there’s nothing like the perfect “3-minute song” – how it can move people in a ...


Barefoot McCoy: “Already Flown” – sweet builds that turn into pretty crescendo blowouts!

Barefoot McCoy is an American singer-songwriter, who delivers a unique blend of folk-rock and blues that often resonates with the trials and tribulations of life. Barefoot’s writing also includes traces of his beliefs...



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alexthomasdavis: “The Best Of Too” – an album that strikes right at the core of the human condition

Wakefied-born artist alexthomasdavis is a prolific singer-songwriter, to say the least. The once-upon-a-time footballer, capable of scoring 15 goals in 3 games, exceeds in everything he does.  The UK–travelled lad has publis...



Alex Jenkins has an uncanny sense of his world

Alex Jenkins grew up in a small town called Anderson, South Carolina. He began playing music at age 14. Since then he has had a passion to pursue his career writing songs. Alex Jenkins is currently on radio rotation with the tr...


Brandon Jeffries: “Future Classic” – The melodies are superb!

Brandon Jeffries is a Songwriter from Northeastern North Carolina, with heavy roots in various genres of Rock and Country music. Early in 2015 he started work on recording his first self-released, solo EP – “Future Classic...



Neil Brannigan Tyrrell: ‘Sun Of The Raven’ – a feeling of purpose and potential for good

Neil Brannigan Tyrrell is a singer-songwriter from Ballyfermot, Dublin, Ireland. Neil was born in London and then moved to Dublin when he was still really young. He lived in South Africa for the last 5 years, until September 20...


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Aaron Lindstrom: “Queen Anne” takes ownership of your ears

Rarely does a musician have an excuse to take ownership of our ears for more than four minutes per song. There are a few artists who have the imagination to write beyond an enticing hook that becomes cacophony after a few turns...


Flav Martin: “Indestructible” – the album’s almost spiritual frankness lasts long after its last notes fade

Born in New York and raised in New Jersey, Flav Martin writes and performs an eclectic blend of folk, pop, and rock music. He makes music on a wide variety of acoustic guitars and other string instruments (some are about 10R...



Sarantos : “Easy To Believe” – Love is all around us, and we should live and experience it

It’s that time of the month again folks, when our dear friend Sarantos unveils his monthly new video and song to all fans. As always, the track is well thought out, heartfelt and serves the purpose of uplifting and inspiring ...


Science & Sanity: “Officer Wayne” – A genuine story teller

Science & Sanity (named after the book by Alfred Korzybski) is a 24 year old Scandinavian singer-songwriter. The single “Officer Wayne” is his debut release. Before we get to know Science & Sanity, it may be interes...