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Based in Washington, Kenny Sharp has released his latest single, “The Louvre,” infused with bluesy vibes that complement the ambiance of a dimly lit cigar bar.Sharp draws inspiration from Soul, Blues, Americana, Hip-Hop, Pop, and Rock, reviving an old genre – “Brown Liquor Music.”

Having shared the stage with Citizen Cope, Kenny is starting to make some noise. Notably, his tracks “Fall In Love” and “Are You Ready” found placement in popular shows like “Grey’s Anatomy,” while “Let Me Know” was featured in “Station 19.” Additionally, he co-wrote the lead single “Witchoo” for Durand Jones and The Indications’ album “Private Space.”

Under the umbrella of Prescription Songs, Kenny has secured a slew of placements. A pivotal moment arrived when former President Barack Obama took notice of Kenny’s artistry, highlighting “Witchoo” as one of his favorite tracks of the year.

Kenny’s recent offerings, “The Breeze” and “Nights Like This,” were handpicked by Spotify to feature on their “Blues Roots” playlist. Kenny Sharp is an artist to watch in 2023.2024

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The indie-pop band San Cisco is back with their new single “Under the Light” – an upbeat indie pop track that’s likely to stick in your mind.

The band’s subtle fusion of indie and alt-pop is supported by their four studio albums, which have garnered a substantial international following. Hailing from Freemantle, Perth, the group reconnects with their core values through this new single, returning to their foundation.

The song has been included in Spotify’s playlists, such as Indie Arrivals, New Music Friday AU/NZ, New Music Friday Japan, and The Local List.

Now released, ‘Under The Light’ arrives as San Cisco lays the groundwork for their fifth studio album, providing a preview of what’s ahead.

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The Killers have issued a public apology for the incident in which they invited a Russian fan to play the drums onstage during their performance in Georgia. In a Facebook post on Tuesday, the American rock band expressed their regret, stating, “To the kind people of Georgia, we want to clarify that causing offense was never our intent.” The band explained that involving audience members in drum performances has been a long-standing tradition for them, and they believed the crowd’s initial reaction indicated approval for the participant on that particular night.

Furthermore, the band, known for their hit “Mr. Brightside,” also addressed a comment made by lead singer Brandon Flowers during the concert. They acknowledged that Flowers’ remark, intended to convey a sense of unity among The Killers’ audience and fans as “brothers and sisters,” could have been misunderstood. The rock band emphasized that their intention was not to upset anyone and extended their apologies. They expressed solidarity with the audience and hoped to make a return visit in the near future.

It’s worth noting that Georgia, which has experienced Russian aggression, supports Ukraine in its ongoing conflict.

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Anna Aya has released a new single video and titled ‘Someone Else.’ The track was produced by Grammy™ nominated and multi-platinum writer/producer Louis Bell. Bell’s impressive portfolio boasts collaborations with renowned artists like Taylor Swift, Post Malone, Justin Bieber, Camila Cabello. Additionally, the song features the contributions of Michael Africk, a multi-platinum artist and six-time Japan Gold Disc awardee, known for his work with in J-pop and pop music such as Mai Kuraki, Zard, and Jordan Knight.

Anna Aya’s “Someone Else” is reminiscence of late 1990s and 2000s pop music. The song pays homage to performers like Vanessa Carlton and Jordin Sparks, with subtle influences from J-pop icons like Ayumi Hamasaki. CONTINUE READING

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Ella Rossi has released a new single titled “Can’t Tell You.” It falls within the pop/R&B genre and carries a reminiscent vibe of the late 90s to early 2000s sound. Fans of Tori Kelly will love.

Ella Rossi embarked on her singing journey at 9, receiving a taste of the limelight through her initial international television appearance on Italy’s RAI 1 network. Growing up, Ella immersed herself in The Great American Songbook, savoring the timeless tunes of Frank Sinatra, Ella Fitzgerald, and Billie Holiday. She found inspiration in artists such as Ariana Grande, Sade, Jazmine Sullivan, and Sabrina Claudio. This fusion of velvety smooth jazz and pop has shaped Ella’s distinctive musical style. After a hiatus of two years, Ella makes a comeback with her latest single, “Linen,” that comes from her debut EP titled “Heart Eyes,” slated for release later this year.
Born in San Diego and now based in Los Angeles, Ella is multilingual, fluent in Italian, French, and Spanish. Her upbringing included attending kindergarten in Colombia for a few months at a young age, as well as spending her summers in Italy alongside her mother.
Ella’s most recent single serves as a playfully flirtatious anthem, prompting the question, “Can’t You Tell?” Through a close collaboration with producer Gamal, who played a pivotal role in both production and co-writing for her recent project.

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