This is one of the tracks I’ve really been looking forward to since originally hearing cuts of it a while back. This one doesn’t disappoint in the slightest! An absolutely brilliant song filled insane guitars by Trev Lukather. Not to mention….
“Can’t wait for this! So awesome my good friend @StevePerryMusic joined us on this track bringing his powerhouse vocals to the mix. We built the epic guitar solo bridge together as well. Thanks brotha Steve!!!” – Trev Lukather
To Purchase Chameleon: HERE
Posted via his social media:
Hey gang, I’m happy and thankful to say that the writing and recording process has been moving along better than expected on my first official full solo offering. Half the album’s gone on to the mixing stage. It’s akin to sending your kids off to college. An absolute degree of separation anxiety going on there but I know I’m in the best of hands, that is the hands of Steve Mandile I’m very thankful to have collaborated with a couple of Steve Augeri Band alumni Adam Holland and Craig Pullman on a handful of songs, one to two with Neal and Jon and remainder, a few ambitious and left of center than one might expect from yours truly. I’lll leave it at that. Wishing you all a great safe and healthy day and I’ll be back with any and all updates when I have something to share. – Steve Augeri
- Elton John Teams With TikTok For World AIDS Day
- Orianthi – Sorry – Music Video
- The Passing of Country Music Star – Hal Ketchum
With great sadness and grief we announce that Hal passed away peacefully last night at home due to complications of Dementia.
May his music live on forever in your hearts and bring you peace.
Andrea – Official Website: HERE
- Van Halen’s Covers-At Pasadena High School in 1975 Surfaces
- The Bee Gees: How Can You Mend A Broken Heart Trailer
- Gwen Stefani – Here This Christmas (Countdown to Christmas Theme)
- Steve Perry – No Erasin’ (Acoustic)
- Carrie Underwood & John Legend – Christmas Duet Hallelujah
- Ariana Grande – 34+35
- Miley Cyrus – Prisoner ft. Dua Lipa
- Wolfgang Van Halen – Mammoth WVH – Distance
Today sees global superstar Ellie Goulding release a new holiday EP titled ‘Songbook for Christmas’, featuring a collection of previously released festive holiday tracks and winter favourites, out now via Polydor Records. To Purchase: HERE
The six-track EP consists of several seasonal favourites from throughout Ellie’s illustrious career so far; from the 2010 John Lewis Christmas cover of Elton John’s ‘Your Song’ to ‘The Writer’ off Ellie’s debut album ‘Lights’, which also celebrated its tenth anniversary earlier this year. Amazon Music’s version of the EP will exclusively feature Ellie’s UK #1 Amazon Original cover of Joni Mitchell’s ‘River’. See the full track list below.
Talking about the EP, Ellie said “I’m excited to release Songbook for Christmas, a compilation of my favourite festive holiday tracks and winter favourites – these releases span across various releases and different stages of my career, so it’s really nice to have them together on an EP for my fans to enjoy. This year’s been challenging for so many, but I hope this EP can bring some festive cheer and some comfort this Christmas.”
‘Songbook For Christmas’ Tracklist
O Holy Night
How Long Will I Love You
‘Songbook For Christmas’ Track list (Amazon Music version)
River (Amazon Original)
O Holy Night
How Long Will I Love You
Following his unexpected death last month, the family of Tony Lewis, lead singer, and bassist of the 1980s rock band The Outfield and successful solo artist and producer, has posthumously released his new EP, More Than I Dared. Additionally, they’ve shared the official music video for the lead single “Gonna Make You Love Me” as a tribute to Tony. PRESS HERE to watch and check out the first look with SPIN. 100% of net proceeds from the initial release of More Than I Dared will be donated to MusiCares, an organization Lewis was very fond of, as he always wanted to support his fellow musicians; PRESS HERE for more info or to donate directly in his memory.
MORE THAN I DARED TRACK LISTING:
1. Gonna Make You Love Me
2. One By One
3. My World
4. I Feel Alive
5. Then There Was You
6. I’m Falling
Additional Information: HERE
Amazon Music today announced its kickoff to the holiday season with a slate of brand-new holiday content for listeners, including new exclusive music from chart-topping artists, hundreds of holiday playlists and stations, and much more. Starting today, Amazon Music listeners around the world can hear new, Amazon Original holiday songs from artists including Justin Bieber and his rendition of Brenda Lee’s classic holiday song, “Rockin’ Around the Christmas Tree;” Mary J. Blige today releases her own version of WHAM’s “Last Christmas;” Carrie Underwood and her new, original composition titled “Favorite Time of Year,” which now appears as a bonus track on Amazon Music for her new album, My Gift; UK sensation Jess Glynne shares her take on Donny Hathaway’s “This Christmas;” and José Feliciano will soon release a reimagined version of his song “Feliz Navidad,” to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the crossover hit.
“I Can’t Go On Living Without You” has been unveiled to celebrate the release of Elton John’s Jewel Box, released today via UMC / EMI. Multiple GRAMMY winner Mark ‘Spike’ Stent (Shawn Mendes, Selena Gomez, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber) has given the unreleased 1968 mix – one of the many gems of Jewel Box – a 2020 polish in time to celebrate one of the most eagerly awaited releases of the year.
Now it’s time to hear the Elton original for the first time. ‘I Can’t Go On Living Without You’ is three fabulous minutes of the zingy easy listening pop of the day, with a catchy chorus and a memorable hook.
The track is accompanied by a new lyric video from Ladybug Studios where, like the track itself, the song’s swingin’ 60s vintage will be given a fresh and contemporary twist. It features images of Elton and Bernie from the period.
Jewel Box is available now as deluxe 8CD and 9LP box sets, standalone 4LP, 3LP and 2LP breakouts. On streaming services we’re celebrating its wealth of rarities, deep cuts and B-sides via a series of regular three-song batches, culminating with the complete ‘Jewel Box’ appearing, in full, in March for Elton’s 75th birthday.
22-year-old singer, songwriter, actress, model and activist Paris Jackson releases her first full-length album, wilted [Republic Records].
Co-written and produced by Manchester Orchestra’s Andy Hull with engineering and instrumentation by Manchester Orchestra’s Robert McDowell, these eleven tracks stitch together a multi-dimensional pastiche of hurt, healing, loss, and love carried by hazy vocalizations and a patchwork of earthy alternative folk.
The lead single from the album, “let down,” recently debuted to widespread critical applause from Rolling Stone, USA Today, Idolator, Spin, Entertainment Weekly, and more. E! Online described it as “sumptuous alt-folk fantasy,” and Refinery29 called it “a feather-soft but haunting melody about the horror of a broken heart.” People summed it up best, “Paris Jackson is blazing her own path in the music industry.” In just two weeks, the single has amassed nearly 1.5 Million combined global streams, propelled by the stunning music video, which was executive produced by Eli Roth and directed by Meredith Alloway.
Other stand outs from the album include “eyelids” which pairs stark piano with powerful lyrics as she urges, “tear my heart out, so the feel of that memory is gone…now i don’t know your name,” offset by Hull’s understated vocals.
Following an in-depth interview with the Associated Press, Paris features on the latest digital cover for FAULT Magazine released today. Next up, she will guest on NPR’s Weekend Edition, Sunday Nov 15th.
Experience wilted now.
Links to purchase Wilted: HERE