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LÉON debuts music video for new single “Baby Don’t Talk”

Today, LÉON released an official music video for her critically acclaimed new single, “Baby Don’t Talk.” The 70’s inspired video was directed by Wendy McColm and comes with the welcomed news that the Swedish songstress and multi-instrumentalist will be releasing her highly anticipated debut album in 2019. The video also …

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New Lyric Video From Top 25 Roots/Folk Artist James Lee Baker

The Colorado-based singer-songwriter has released the official lyric video for his New Music Weekly charting single, “Cowtown Blues.” DENVER, CO, UNITED STATES, October 3, 2018 — Colorado roots/folk singer-songwriter and Top 25 FolkDJ radio chart artist, James Lee Baker has released the official lyric video for his current single, “Cowtown …

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Andrew McMahon announces new album “Upside Down Flowers” out Nov 16. Listen to the first single now

When Andrew McMahon went “into the wilderness” he started a transformative journey that was both introspective and imaginative. That journey comes full circle with the release of his third full length album Upside Down Flowers available worldwide on November 16th, 2018 via Fantasy Records and available for pre-order now. The …

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WORLD PREMIERE LIVE VIDEO! Across The Board “It Shouldn’t Be This Hard” Live Off The Floor

Filmed at Trench Studios in Toronto, and produced by MC2 Music Media, “Live Off The Floor” consists of three live recordings of songs from Across The Board’s most recent, “Sonic Boom” album: Title track, “Sonic Boom,” “It Shouldn’t Be This Hard,” and their tribute to Via Rail, “Back To The …

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Top 25 Folk/Americana Artist James Lee Baker Signs With MTS Management Group

The Denver-based singer-songwriter is promoting his latest releases, “Home Again” and “The Canadian River.” His single reached #23 on the FolkDJ radio charts. His songwriting is impeccable, and his vocals have a quality that is very reminiscent of the masters of his genre. Classic, yet overwhelmingly contemporary with what’s going …

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