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A native of Queens, NY who arose on the music scene, late 2017, with a melodic sound that dips into HipHop, R&B, and Pop.
Los Angeles standout rapper Doty Gess is on his way to greatness with the new single “Shawty Wanna Know”. Follow @dotygess on social media!!
Bringing out an authentic sound Reach shows everything Robyn Hood is putting out for listeners. With nothing to lose, the melody driven track is layered with detailed production that even the Rolling Stone would be proud of. The energy of “Reach” making it a track to be reckoned with on.
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You can clearly hear the musical direction Jeanine is taking with Baby it Ain’t Over. One listen to Baby it Ain’t Over you’re transported right into the thick of Jeanine’s sound. “Baby it Ain’t Over” is the perfect opener for what Jeanine has to offer listeners.
De’Jon Mayo who you will know better as Detaro, is an artist from 7 Cities,Virginia. It is a collective of cities on the peninsula of Virginia. His family moved every other year so it is impossible for him to claim only one city. He began writing music when he heard the instrumental to, “Everyday Struggle” by Biggie Smalls. His first recording session was at 14 years old. He released the highly controversial mixtape, “Phoenix Jr” at 18 years old. The content was very dark and experimental. It caught the attention of the industry in a matter of weeks. The Game, DJ Drama, and Sony Digital reached out to the aspiring rapper to show respect to his artistry. The mixtape was an omen to what is coming in the future, and since then Detaro has not stopped aiming higher. Detaro’s own struggle from nothing to something shows he has the expertise to guide others through the same path as well as the ability to elevate those around him to a HeiHer place.
You can clearly hear the musical direction Hello negro is taking with Taneesha In Wonderfunk. One listens to Taneesha In Wonderfunk you’re transported right into the thick of Hello negro’s sound. “Taneesha In Wonderfunk” is the perfect opener for what Hello negro has to offer listeners.
We all know all about the classic rockers (and classic tracks) that put in appearances during nationwide commercial spots that aired during Super Bowl LII yesterday, but the regional markets broadcast their own memorable clips between plays — like the one Alice Cooper filmed for Desert Financial Credit Union in Phoenix.Cooper’s deep Phoenix roots might have been enough to make him a natural pitchman for the commercial. But as the Phoenix Business Journal reports, he was the perfect celebrity spokesperson for the credit union’s new ad campaign for an even better reason: Desert Financial recently opted to make a name change, moving away from being known as Desert Schools Credit Union. “Schools” was out, in other words — which is exactly where Cooper came in.The Journal spoke with Desert Financial’s chief marketing officer, Cathy Graham, who said they approached the commercial as a rare opportunity to put together an ad with a little more humor than people might typically expect from a bank. As she put it, “This is the one time we could some something edgy or be out there.”Whether the end result is all that “edgy” or “out there” is in the eye of the beholder, but Cooper’s clip is certainly irreverent — starting with his him appearing, Max Headroom style, on the screen of an ATM, continuing through a performance of “School’s Out” that uses a guillotine to demonstrate the name change, and concluding with an effects-fueled bit depicting Cooper launching out of a bank machine in a spray of flame. Check it all out above.
Chicago and REO Speedwagon are joining forces this summer for a co-headlining tour of North America. The two veteran bands will hit 30 cities, beginning in Concord, Calif., on June 13.Chicago will perform their second LP, Chicago II, in its entirety for the first time ever on this tour. They will also play a set of their greatest hits. REO Speedwagon, meanwhile, promises to perform a mix of deep cuts and fan favorites.You can see the list of tour dates below.The two bands, whose careers date back decades, are excited to be hitting the road together. “It’s always a party sharing the stage with Kevin, Neal, Bruce, Dave and Bryan!” said Chicago’s Robert Lamm. “They rock. We rock. The tour rocks!” REO Speedwagon frontman Kevin Cronin added, “We love the Chicago guys. We all share that Midwest rock’ n roll ethic. We work hard, rock hard and take care of business. So, c’mon out and party with Chicago and REO this summer.”Tickets for the tour go on sale Feb. 9 at noon for select cities. Visit Chicago’s and REO Speedwagon’s websites for more detailed information.Chicago and REO Speedwagon 2018 Tour June 13 – Concord, Calif. – Concord Pavilion June 15 – Los Angeles, Calif. – The Forum June 16 – Irvine, Calif. – FivePoint Amphitheatre June 17 – Phoenix, Ariz. – Ak-Chin Pavilion June 19 – Salt Lake City, Utah – USANA Amphitheatre June 20 – Denver, Colo. – Pepsi Center June 23 – St. Louis, Mo. – Hollywood Casino Amphitheatre June 24 – Chicago, Ill. – Allstate Arena June 26 – Rogers, Ark. – Walmart AMP June 27 – Kansas City, Mo. – Starlight Theatre June 29 – Dallas, Texas – Starplex Pavilion June 30 – Houston, Texas – Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion July 1 – Austin, Texas – Austin360 Amphitheater July 13 – Nashville, Tenn. – Ascend Amphitheater July 14 – Atlanta, Ga. – Verizon Amphitheatre July 15 – Charlotte, N.C. – PNC Pavilion July 17 – Raleigh, N.C. – Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek July 18 – Virginia Beach, Va. – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater July 20 – West Palm Beach, Fla. – Coral Sky Amphitheatre July 21 – Tampa, Fla. – MIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre July 22 – Jacksonville, Fla. – Daily’s Place July 25 – Bristow, Va. – Jiffy Lube Live July 27 – Syracuse, N.Y. – Lakeview Amphitheater July 28 – Pittsburgh, Penn. – KeyBank Pavilion July 29 – Holmdel, N.J. – PNC Bank Arts Center July 31 – Saratoga Springs, N.Y. – Saratoga Performing Arts Center Aug. 1 – Camden, N.J. – BB&T Pavilion Aug. 3 – Wantagh, N.Y. – Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater Aug. 5 – Boston, Mass. – Xfinity Center Aug. 7 – Darien Lake, N.Y. – Darien Lake Amphitheater Aug. 8 – Toronto, ON – Budweiser Stage Aug. 10 – Cincinnati, Ohio – Riverbend Music Center Aug. 11 – Indianapolis, Ind. – Ruoff Home Mortgage Music Center Aug. 12 – Detroit, Mich. – DTE Energy Music Theatre
George Lynch’s recent onstage reunion with Don Dokken isn’t the only way he’s spent time reaching into his past lately: The guitarist has also been at work on the debut LP by Super Stroke, a new band reuniting Lynch with several of his former bandmates in Dokken.Speaking with Eddie Trunk (via Blabbermouth), Lynch shared his enthusiasm for the new project, which reunites him with fellow Dokken vets Jeff Pilson and Mick Brown behind singer Robert Mason (Warrant, ex-Lynch Mob). Yet while he described the music they’ve been working on together as “just insane,” he did admit to a certain level of reluctance regarding one specific aspect of the band.”I’ve got to tell you, I’m probably in the bands with the worst names in the history of rock ‘n’ roll,” quipped Lynch. “You know, Sweet & Lynch, T&N, LP, Super Stroke, KXM — I mean, absolutely no imagination. I’m sorry. I have to apologize up and down. But I don’t know about the idea of, like, 50- and 60-year-old dinosaur rockers being in a band called the Super Strokers, but they insisted on it. I lost the vote, so that’s what it’s called, I guess, at this point.”Lynch, who said he was calling in from Pilson’s home studio, reflected on his recent work with the bassist — which includes the new song recorded for Dokken’s brief reunion tour — and suggested that, after decades of playing and writing together, he feels like they’re closer than ever to the songs and sounds they’ve been after since the beginning.”It just seems to be a culmination of all our decades of experience of what we’ve been trying to do forever, and we finally seem to be getting it together,” said Lynch. “This stuff is just coming out so beautifully, and it’s just so fun to play on and so fun to listen to. I just can’t wait to get it out there in front of people.”