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Entries in Soft rock (6)

Saturday
Mar262011

Surrender by Jennings

Jennings: Small Frame, Big Voice:

The old adage “big things come in small packages” has perhaps never been more fitting for an artist than in the case of Jennings, the one-name moniker of New York based siren Mary Jennings.

Standing just a shade over five feet tall, Jennings delivers a robust and heartfelt sound that is anything but small-scale.

Surrender by Jennings

Saturday
Mar192011

Seed of Love by Ally Way

What if you ran across Joni Mitchell in 1967 or Roberta Flack in ‘72. How about Sheryl Crow in ‘91 or Alanis in ‘94 or Norah Jones or Alicia Keys before they’d been discovered, would you stop and listen?

Legendary producer David Z (Prince, Jody Watley, Fine Young Cannibals, Angilque Kidjo, etc.) did. When he heard Ally Way he was so impressed he immediately came on-board to produce Ally’s first release.

Meet Ally Way and this is her year. Smart songs, incredible talent, and a unique musical vision. More than just the latest trend, her songs share the same timeless quality of the great female artists of the rock era.

Look into the eyes of youthful songstress Ally Way, and an ancient serenity gazes back. Asked where she was born, she sweetly says, “I’m originally from heaven,” and you believe her. Throw in the angelic voice and an original writing talent, and Ally Way adds up to a remarkable young woman, an enthralling performer whose warm soul comes through in every note.

Seed of Love by Ally Way

Thursday
Aug262010

See You Tonight by Kotadama

Chris and Evan Brown have done things most guys their ages—22 and 24, respectively—never even dream of doing. Like traveling the world as competitive ballroom dancers, or dabbling in stock market trading. But not long ago the brothers decided to enter another creative venture. One with its own kind of gliding grace, a lush beauty to equal the moves of their dancing days—and one that looks to net them an even greater return than the Dow Jones or NASDAQ might ever yield. In 2007 the pair formed Kotadama, a boldly inventive group that, with its startling debut album, Dichotomy, is about to become the fresh musical faces of pop radio. 

See You Tonight by Kotadama

Thursday
Jul082010

Thinking About You by Starfire

Keyboardist & lead vocalist Dairenn Lombard has been playing synthesizer keyboard and electric/acoustic guitar for over 23 years, and writing songs for nearly 15 years, Dairenn has spent the past eight years in his home studio engineering and mixing the recordings, including those for the 2010 debut CD “Eye of the Storm.” When not recording, he has spent the last two years performing solo, acoustic sets throughout southern California.

Thinking About You

Thursday
Feb182010

Calling To You by Isaboe

Calling To You by Isaboe

I started as a wee lass of 5 yrs learning paradiddles from Dad on his old 50’s drum kit. During school years, whilst musical friends were busy perfecting other people’s compositions, I was busy writing my own on guitar, saxophone, bass, and piano, but all the time thinking I would be the drummer in a band. Eventually I realized I should be performing my own songs, and it was just a natural progression from there that led to “Love Sun”.

Thursday
Feb112010

Grow by Chad Hollister

Grow by Chad Hollister

Chad Hollister has opened for Bob Dylan, Paul Simon and Tom Petty, and in the fall of 2009 he released Chad Hollister, his fourth CD. The self-titled disc was produced by Anthony J. Resta (Elton John, Collective Soul, Shawn Mullins). Hollister’s musical style shines original with his percussive background. His personal lyrics are appreciative of a life on Mother Earth and his music is “pure sonic alchemy,” according to Resta.