Mildred Fay Jefferson (April 6, 1927 – October 15, 2010). She was an American physician and political activist. The first black woman to graduate from Harvard Medical School, the first woman to graduate in surgery from Harvard Medical School and the first woman to become a member of the Boston Surgical Society.
Listen to the remake Nothing Breaks Like A Heart –Mark Ronson (feat Miley Cyrus) by the Sea Girls. I’ll go on the record and say I may like this version better than the original. I must say, it made me into fan on the band, of course hoping they don’t add Miley’s Wrecking Ball to their cover catalog.
“The first time I heard it was when we were on our tour bus driving through Belgium in the middle of the night to play a festival in Germany the next day,” he said. “I couldn’t stop playing it for the next 24 hours. It just sounds like a classic. The lyrics are just infectious. ‘We live and die by pretty lies‘ tells a great story, you know?
You’ll like Sea Girls if you love acts like Capitol Cities, Kings of Leon, and Walk the Moon. The quartet plans to hit the road for a UK and European tour in late 2021. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders Playlist.
The industry and fans alike are drooling over the success of the viral song Drivers License by 17 year old Olivia Rodrigo. Many are scratching their heads pondering phenomena.
What some call a phenomena, I call a pop moment. The well crafted catchy heart break single was performed by Olivia that played the LEAD CHARACTER on Disney’s High School Musical: The Musical: The Series. Disney’s show has about 3 million viewers. Olivia’s preexisting fanbase helped propel the track. Let’s not forget Billie Eilish who tweeted advocating for the song and who also shares the same music label with Olivia – Interscope Records. Finally, you had a story swelling online about the song.
This is Olivia’s moment, probably won’t have another moment like this, but let’s see if she can knock another one out.
Look out for Tessa Rae and her new acoustic song Drunk Eyes. “The song is about the excitement of a new relationship, and then walking away” shares Tessa. You’ll like if you want to hear a warm sultry voice coming from foggy AM Radio.
The Los Angeles based singer-songwriter has 5 songs on Spotify, all diverse, but worth checking out. She has nearly half a million streams and 200,000 listeners and she also released a video for the track that she edited herself. Give it a stream on KOAR’s Indie Invaders.
The comments that followed Britney Spears documentary blasted Justin Timberlake over his treatment of women, mainly Britney. It irked him so much that he apologized. He owned up that he benefited from white privilege in an instagram post which of course resulted in million of album sales and a successful career. That I can’t argue. Just look at The Weekends and the talented Bruno Mars Super Bowl half time performance, then look at Justin’s. It’s not hard to figure out who had a leg up.