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Casey Weston – Young Heart

Casey Weston – Young Heart URL: http://caseyweston.com/ Most would agree most popular artists out there have something truly special to give to their fans. This goes above the typical attributes like raw talent, amazing songs, nice voice, or even a very marketable look, sound & image. There’s something truly infectious …

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Bill McBirnie & Bruce Jones

Bill McBirnie & Bruce Jones CD: Grain of Sand URL: http://www.extremeflute.com/ The great artists out there offer listeners something that can be awe-inspiring. Canadian alto Flute and Alto Flute player Bill McBirnie recently teamed up with Bruce Jones (guitar, percussion, synth) for “Grain of Sand” Both fit well into this …

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The Malpass Brothers

The Malpass Brothers  Official URL: http://themalpassbrothers.com/  There’s an endless stream of schlock seemingly dribbling out of Nashville and the country music genre. Occasionally, however, listeners find a chance to sift a rare gem from the muck and waste promoted as the next big thing. Chris and Taylor Malpass, have debuted with …

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Wooden Hez

Wooden Hez – Spew UIRL: http://www.woodenhez.com/ This is an album of considerable daring in our day and age. Long after rock and roll has reached a cultural sell-by date, true believers like Wooden Hez are actively writing and playing with ideas of extending a form currently carrying all the cachet …

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The Electro Lights

The Electro Lights FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/TheElectroLights With rock music involving into something in order to survive in an industry that seems to not have a place for it, it wouldn´t be a surprise if any kid of this new generation isn´t aware that the genre finds its roots in the Blues. …

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Mitchell Coleman Jr.

Mitchell Coleman Jr. WEBSITE: http://mitchellcolemanjr.com/ It’s all about the protection of funk in Mitchell Coleman’s solo CD ‘Soul Searching.’ I’ve had a lot of astounding, miraculous Jazz, Soul, and Funk albums come through the door but ‘Soul Searching’ takes the cake and eats it at the same time. Mitchell Coleman …

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