I decided that it would be interesting to hear more from an Artist about their work before playing the song. And one of the Artist’s who got some airtime this week was kind enough to provide some recorded commentary on one of the songs. If you have a minute reach out here or on my Facebook Page and let me know what you think about this idea.
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Let’s get to the rundown on this week’s Episode. I started the show off with a young person. Actually a person who is technically to young to own any Social Media Accounts. He is 12 as of this writing. But he has a really nice voice and the production on this track is top notch. The Artist is Seth Gregg. And the Track is “Sway”.
Here is a little more about Seth and where to find his other music:
The next track is by a group called Finding Butterflies. This is where “Lisa” sent over some commentary about her song, “I’ve Been”. She talked a little about the Music Theory behind the song construction and the inspiration for the Lyrics. I though it was interesting. Check them out and show them some love.
- Finding Butterflies on the Interwebs.
- Finding Butterflies on Youtube.
- Finding Butterflies on Twitter.
- Finding Butterflies on Instagram.
- Finding Butterflies on Facebook.
- Finding Butterflies on Jango.
- Finding Butterflies on Spotify.
- Finding Butterflies on Itunes.
- Finding Butterflies on Iheart Radio.
- Finding Butterflies on CDBaby.
We then headed into a cool tune I found over on Ipluggers.com. It is by an Artist who goes by the name of Orion White. The Track is called “Wasteland”. If you want more of Orion White check him out here:
- Orion White on Itunes.
- Orion White on Amazon.
- Orion White on Facebook.
- Another Orion White Tune on Youtube.
- Orion White on Spotify.
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Back to the music. I found this guy on Ipluggers.com as well. I wanted to pick up the pace for the second half of the show and of course, I still like rock and roll a little so, I played some Henry Metal. The name of the tune is “Baby”. It is a kind of a sad song, as he seems to be singing about someone who dies on him. But, still a nice beat I thought.
Then I replayed a song I found when I started this project. It is called “New Day” by the band called “Muzak. I really like this band and would love to see them live. From the Reviews I have read, their live shows are a multimedia production unlike anything you have ever seen.
The next song is by a group called The Nuns. Somehow, the name of the group appeals to me. I don’t know if it is because I have spent so much time around Catholic people or I have some weird thing for women dressed in black. But I do like the song called “Just Do It”.
- More about the Nuns on Youtube.
- The Nuns on Spotify.
- The Nuns on Pandora.
- The Nuns on Google Play.
- The Nuns on Iheart Radio.
- The Nuns on Itunes.
I wrapped up this Episode with Sarantos. “Another Day with a Broken Heart”. Another Artist who was kind enough to join this project from the beginning. And one heck of a nice guy who puts music out nearly constantly.
That is it for this week. Remember, I will be doing a new episode and airing it every Sunday Night on Western Reserve Digital Radio at 7PM Eastern Time. And then if you want to hear it over and over the way I do when I am producing and editing the Show; click on the Subscribe Link on the sidebar.
Also, your ideas on how to improve the show and Artists you want to hear more from and learn about is very important to me. Please reach out and let me know what you think. Thanks for listening.