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CHIP & THE CHARGEUPS Release Mind-Blowing Green Day/Poison Mashup, “Good Riddance, Fallen Angel”

Pittsburgh, PA based Power-Pop band CHIP & THE CHARGEUPS has released a creative music video for their Green Day/Poison Mashup, “Good Riddance, Fallen Angel.” Directed by Marcus Morelli of Skene 19 Films, the video recreates scenes from the original songs’ videos, combining the two seemingly unrelated storylines into a unified and entertaining narrative. “I think we …

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Taylor Grey Wins Big at 16th Annual Independent Music Awards

Rising Kobalt/AWAL singer/songwriter Taylor Grey took home the awards for Best Pop Song (“Miami” featuring Spencer Kane) and Best Pop Album (Space Case)  at this year’s 16th annual Independent Music Awards.  This year’s ceremony was hosted at New York City’s historic Lincoln Center and featured nominees from all over the …

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POISON, CHEAP TRICK & POP EVIL Join Forces For “Poison…Nothin’ But A Good Time 2018” U.S. Summer Tour Starting May 18

Music fans wanting a little variety with their summer tour package will get that very thing with the “Poison…Nothin’ But A Good Time 2018” tour. Iconic rock band POISON, with all original members, will be joined by CHEAP TRICK and POP EVIL on its trek across the U.S. this summer. …

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Taylor Grey Releases New Single “Poison”

California singer-songwriter Taylor Grey dropped her new single “Poison” November 28th. The beautifully haunting ballad is a showcase of being charmed, falling in love, and knowing the relationship is toxic. The heartbeat-like beat compliments the subtle tambourine and wholesome keys for Grey’s reality check. Grey has expressed her excitement on …

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Watch Jet Black Alley Cat’s Retro Video for “Roxy”

The Nashville indie-pop quintet Jet Black Alley Cat has released a new music video for their single “Roxy”. The dark, cinematic journey follows “Roxy” on her escapades through the Miami nightlife. Vocalist Joe Wilkinson says that the idea revolves around the notion that “sometimes only the most dangerous are really free.” The …

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