Pentatonix LIVE Photos & Review

Pentatonix arrived in Ohio on Thursday to the delight of many fans young and old, Headlining on their multi-city tour with Echosmith and Calum Scott. Performing at Blossom (Music Music Center) with just three dates left on the tour, the Ohio welcomed them with a nearly sold out crowd. Parents and children crammed into the venue one patron as young as 10 months was in … Continue reading Pentatonix LIVE Photos & Review

Courtney Cole Releases New “Spiritual” Single

Courtney Cole’s Spiritual” is bone chilling with amazingly beautiful vocals. Vocalizing her anthem of self refection and feeling alive again. This single is unlike other songs I’ve heard of Cole’s, this quietness of any backup sound and central focus’ fully on her raw vocals. Ahh “Spiritual” is a HIT! “2017 was a tough one for me. After a lot of ups and downs, I moved to … Continue reading Courtney Cole Releases New “Spiritual” Single

Ottawa Releases New Track “Wrong”

Cleveland-based band Ottawa released their new song “Wrong” last week on Idobi. “Wrong” is the fifth, and second to last, release of the band’s six-song series that they have been releasing throughout the summer. Keep a lookout for the final single of the series, which will be accompanied with an official video, out everywhere on Sept. 21. “‘Wrong’ is probably the simplest song we’ve ever written but was the … Continue reading Ottawa Releases New Track “Wrong”

Southern Halo Releases Catchy “I Think Too Much” Single & Lyric Video Today

country music’s sensational sister trio has just released their new single “I Think Too Much” with lyric video to go with. Written by Nashville hitmaker Roxie Dean and the band’s own Natalia Morris this sleek tune draws in the world of new love. “I Think Too Much” is the follow up single to the debut single “Anything Is Possible” off their “Just Like In The … Continue reading Southern Halo Releases Catchy “I Think Too Much” Single & Lyric Video Today

Minority 905 Release New Album: Dangerous Ambitions

Towards the end of August, the Pop Rock/Pop Punk band Minority 905 released to the world their second album: Dangerous Ambitions. The album immediately opens with a pop-punk anthem titled, “Don’t Panic.” It is a perfect meld that blends into a cohesive piece of music of alternative, pop-rock, with a smidgen of emo mixed in to get that feeling of angst throughout the record. Throughout … Continue reading Minority 905 Release New Album: Dangerous Ambitions

From Artwork to Music: Interview with Minority 905

Canadian pop-punk band Minority 905 recently released their official music video for their single “Soundtrack” which has had a lot of anticipation from fans. Olivia Marsala had a chance to speak to the guys and get the inside scoop on what goes on in creating the artwork to putting the songs and album together! Let’s start with the album artwork. Where did the idea come … Continue reading From Artwork to Music: Interview with Minority 905

“Can’t Be Denied” by Mark Wayne Glasmire Available Everywhere October 12th

One of the greatest song writers to ever embark on a singer song writer career Mark Wayne Glasmire (MWG) is proving that is songwriting abilities are second to none. Glasmire penned every song on the album (some he co-wrote) “CAN’T BE DENIED“. Even though the album doesn’t release till October 12th it is available for pre-order now at Amazon and CD Baby.  “CAN”T BE DENIED” is co-produced by … Continue reading “Can’t Be Denied” by Mark Wayne Glasmire Available Everywhere October 12th

NewTown Released Highly Anticipated Album August 17th!

NewTown is thriving right now with the excitement of their newly released of “Old World”, August 17 through Mountain Home. Newtown celebrated the release of two singles off this upcoming album- “Naomi Wise” and “Heart of Stone“. From the heartland of Kentucky calling Lexington home, this progressive acoustic band is all the new buzz. They are blending modern music with that of the beloved traditional southern music … Continue reading NewTown Released Highly Anticipated Album August 17th!