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Hello Forever Release Debut Album and New Video For “Farm On The Mountaintop”

Art pop collective Hello Forever has released their debut album Whatever It Is – CLICK HERE to listen. Singer/songwriter Samuel Joseph and company offer up a contemporary call back to the 60s, full of delectable harmonies and buoyant melodies. Alongside the album, Hello Forever has unveiled the music video for “Farm On The Mountaintop,” filmed in a single take at the collective’s mountaintop sanctuary …

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Pink Butcher Paper – Why it’s used for BBQ

In the last few years, the pink butcher paper has changed from something your favorite butcher wraps, your pork chops in, to an essential BBQ item. If you have no idea about all the hype that this paper has created, don’t worry! We’ll discuss this paper in this article. Why …

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JOE BONAMASSA ANNOUNCES 2020 SUMMER U.S. TOUR DATES

Joe Bonamassa announces U.S. tour dates for summer 2020, as he heads out on the road for his extensive spring U.S. tour. The newly announced dates will include performances at the coveted Greek Theatre in Los Angeles, two nights at the legendary Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado, and a selection …

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BILLIE WILLIAMS ANNOUNCES MUSIC VIDEO “YOU”

New York Blues Hall of Fame artist, BILLIE WILLIAMS, announces the release of a new music video for “You,” a track from her sophomore album ‘Hell To Pay.’ Written by Billie Williams and Ken Harris and produced by GRAMMY winner Danny Blume, Billie describes “You” as “a love song that …

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The Voodoo Children Release Debut Single “Caroline” From EP Instant Nostalgia Out This Spring

Today, the new Nashville-based band The Voodoo Childrenreleased their debut single “Caroline,” that will appear on their forthcoming record Instant Nostalgia. The Voodoo Children is an ever-evolving community-based project revolving around Grammy-nominated singer, songwriter, producer and visual artist JT Daly, who fronted the Nashville-based band Paper Route and more recently co-produced K. Flay’s album Every Where Is Some …

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