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“Who’s is the Sexiest”? Grammy Nominated Septimius The Great!

How would you describe an artist that has shared the stage with such artists as: Chrisette Michele, Pat Benatar, Patti Labelle, Jennifer Holiday, Deborah Cox, Dru Hill, Musiq Soulchild, Wale , Martha Wash, CeCe Penniston, Crystal Waters, Pepper Mashay, Ultra Nate , Rupaul, Tiffany, Colonel Abrahms, and more. He couldn’t be anything less than great, right? Now consider that the artist in question began performing in 1997, as well as being a Runway Model, Choreographer, Fashion Show Producer, Talent Promoter, Entertainer, International Male pageant titleholder, and CEO of his own business ventures. Sounds great, right? The artist in question here, is Septimius ,who

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Emy Cee: ‘Above The Sky’ – showcases a dynamic voice and a unique sound that is her own!

‘Above The Sky’ marks Emy Cee’s return to music after a hiatus. This break, however, wasn’t her first. In the aftermath of September 11, Emy Cee took a break from her art to serve her country. Since then, she has been passionately promoting and supporting the cause of veterans. Another one of her accomplishments has been performing alongside Roger Waters of Pink Floyd, in support of veterans at the Bob Woodruff Foundation ‘Stand Up for Heroes’ benefit concert, which also included Bruce Springsteen among others. In addition to music, Emy Cee can be heard in some popular brand commercials, calls, even tutorials around

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Roger Cole & Paul Barrere: “Right Outta Wrong”- a classic sounding blues track

Since the first time I listened to “Right Outta Wrong” by Roger Cole & Paul Barrere it has been in heavy rotation. The guitar work is consistently impressive throughout and is understated in that it is more about flawless execution, inflection and tone than it is about blistering and technically challenging solos. Roger and Paul were in the groove and their interplay yielded a classic sounding blues track here. This song isn’t just about guitar playing and it’s not just about the blues. It’s about a love for the music and a love for each other. These attitudes ooze forth

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Samie Bisaso Gets 3 Nominations in the 2016 IMEAA Music Awards!

Christian and Gospel artist, Samie Bisaso has been nominated in 3 categories by the ”International Music and Entertainment Awards Association”  which is due to take place on October 8th 2016 in Nashville, Tennessee, USA. Sammy will be running on the following categories: Christian/Gospel Artist of the Year – Samie Bisaso Christian/Gospel Song of the Year – Million Pieces – Samie Bisaso Christian/Gospel Album of the Year:Million Pieces – Samie Bisaso You can find out more about the 2016 IMEAA Music Awards nominees here. You can also watch Samie Bisaso’s latest music videos on his YouTube channel. About the “Million Pieces”

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Weston Simonis: “Moments Of Intoxication” conveys genuine emotion

“Moments Of Intoxication” by Weston Simonis is a vastly underrated album. On first listen, you might not realize what it is you are listening to, but once you listen again you begin to see how remarkable Simonis is as he mixes pop, metal and sometimes dance orientated styles into his music. Filled with both dread and hope, intensely personal, but never egotistical Simonis opens up some very private trials and tribulations in his life and also expresses his concerns about the world we are living in. He does this all in a very down to earth intelligent, not preachy manner. Musically

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Fingermouse & Rubberneck: “Samsquantch” tosses borders and conventions aside!

Cambridge, England-based duo Fingermouse & Rubberneck are set to release their first ever EP stateside on September 2nd, 2016 via the newly formed Invisible Milk Records. Fingermouse and Rubberneck are Tom Few (lead, rhythm guitars and vocals) and Simon Murfitt (bass, harmonica, vocals and digital bodging). Blending EDM and hip-hop production techniques with the sounds of indie/blues/rock and funk – “It’s a blend of a very diverse range of influences that works entirely by accident” says guitarist and vocalist Tom Few. The album is indie-rock at its core, but it is polished and waxed with a nice hipster coating. The

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Sarantos: “D’ja Cheat” – powerful guitar driven rock!

On the brand new single and video, “D’ja Cheat”, you can liken Sarantos’ voice to the male equivalent of a siren inviting unsuspecting mariners to dash themselves on the rocks. The almost angelic versatility of his vocal range and musical expression is a skill you’ll rarely find in most rock or metal artists, who prefer to go with thundering bombast in their deliveries. The music is edgy, haunting, melodic and passionate on this track. If you’re into ear-pounding guitar riffs, tribal drums and screaming, you’d probably want to steer clear of this track. But if you like powerful guitar driven

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“INDEPENDENCE DAY”, THE FOURTH SINGLE BY SINGER-SONGWRITER AMARU

It’s the story of the relationship he never had with his biological father… AMARU returns with his new joint “Independence Day”! But don’t expect gloom, because this track will make you shake both your brain AND your booty! While he looks back on very fond childhood memories, AMARU has always felt that there was “something missing”. Despite the fact that he had a wonderful stepfather and father figure in his life, he couldn’t help but to wonder “what if” and “why”. Moving to Europe in the early 90’s provided him with the opportunity to meet his biological father and to try

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Jonezen: “Day Job” ft. Donny Beck deliver a firm pat on the back!

Detroit-bred rapper, songwriter, guitarist and producer, Jonezen has released his summer anthem “Day Job” ft. Donny Beck. Jonezen who has toured and recorded with acts such as Swollen Members and Mixmaster Mike of The Beastie Boys, and toured with Bone Thugs N Harmony as part of the Monster Energy Get Loud Tour, came close to death and landed in rehab from an alcohol addiction. He has since gone on to win the Los Angeles Music Awards for Hip Hop artist and Solo Performer of the year in both 2013 and 2014, the Underground Music Awards in 2015 for # 1

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Raaddrr-Van – “Hip-Hop & Protest Da Movie Documentary Part I” – Real Hiphop!

How did hip-hop start? To hear most people tell it, the history of rap comes from a whole lot of directions. MCs were originally rapping primarily to showcase their DJs. Then Sugar Hill Gang put out “Rapper’s Delight” in 1979. It was the second rap record of all time, and an enormous hit, proving there was a market for rapping on record. From there, Kool Moe Dee battled Busy Bee and changed how rappers could rap, Grandmaster Flash and Melle Mel put out “The Message” – changing what rappers could rap about – and Run-DMC released “Sucker MCs (Krush Groove 1),”

Mark Gorenstein and TSO Announce Concerts in Japan

Mark Gorenstein and Tokyo Symphony Orchestra are excited to announce 2 subscription concerts in December 2015 in Muza Kawasaki Symphony Hall and Suntory Hall, Japan.

Mark Gorenstein visits Japan almost annually, with the latest concert given on January 31, 2015. Maestro conducts Tokyo Symphony Orchestra and it was a tremendous success. Continuing the collaboration of the orchestra and the Maestro, two subscription concerts are to be given in the two most prestigious and famous concert halls of the capital of Japan in December 2015 with compositions of the outstanding Russian composers Modest Mussorgsky, Sergei Rachmaninoff and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky to be played. Soloist – Sergey Kasprov.

We are sure, that those classical music lovers of the capital of Japan to attend these concerts will experience incredible pleasure from listening to the works of outstanding Russian composers.

Kawasaki Subscription Concert No. 53 Date Sat. 12th December 2015, 5:00 p.m

Suntory Hall Subscription Concert Series No. 636 Date Sun. 13th December 2015, 2:00 p.m.

Artist Conductor: Mark Gorenstein, Piano: Sergey Kasprov

Program:

Mussorgsky: “Night on Bald Mountain” Symphonic poem (arranged by Rimsky-Korsakov)

Rachmaninov: Rhapsoody on a Theme of Paganini

Tchaikovsky: Symphony No. 5

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