Other key tracks include Don’t Wake Me Up, Love Song, and Maybe.
You can view the Whenever video here.
For fans of Secondhand Serenade, Lifehouse, The Calling, etc.
Check out the track Elevator by House of Heroes.
The new album released on Gotee Records debuted at #48 on Billboard and #8 on Digital Sales right under Black Crowes.
Check them out on November 2nd at The Axiom (Oroville, California)
Check out the track Push Away by Versant (Carah Faye ex-Shiny Toy Guns).
The new wave pop band splits time between Sweden and America and self released their debut album this recent summer.
You can view upcoming tour dates on myspace.
Indie pop unsigned female artist Alex Winston is creating a bit of buzz.
She used to tour with Ted Nugent and Chuck Berrie when she was
in her teens.
She recently performed at CMJ, the Neon Gold/Chess records showcase, and the NME showcase.
You can watch her perform at Bowery Electric in NYC on November 18th.
Taylor Swift’s new album “Speak Now” could sell between 800,000 and 900,000 copies by Sunday, October 31. That’s impressive!
Even though most consumers choose to download digital singles, some artists still create the demand of a physical product. You could easily call those artists the anointed ones because many international stars cannot sell a million records within one week.