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Kris Angelis: a prize winer with adoring fans. And indie rockers Island Apollo

Kris Angelis is on a roll.  She was awarded Best Female EP in the 2016 LA Music Critics Awards for her newest EP, Heartbreak is Contagious. A single from the album was featured on Relix Magazine‘s first ever “Women Who Rock” sampler CD in their September/October 2016 issue.  Her music can be heard throughout Season 2 of AwesomenessTV’s show Guidance. She landed an official ...[Read More]

Queen Bee BINX new song “Headlights”. Leigh Ann Hahn and Grand Perfomances

The African Bee” BINX is an Avant-Garde Pop South African musician/model living in New York.  BINX  been singing and writing music since she was a little gir and her late father encouraged her to take her music career to New York.  He was right – she released  her debut EP to great acclaim for her sound and style  that echo pop icons and rebels such as Lady Gaga and David Bowie. Her song, &#...[Read More]

Alan Babbit’s debut CD – decades later. Flora Cash from Sweden

Very few musicians wait until they’re almost 70 years old to release their debut album. Alan Babbitt is one of them.  He has been a musical dabbler at a very high level for most of his life while producing music, TV and art. He took up the clarinet in junior high, realized he could sing and switched to the guitar so he  could accompany his songs.  When he was hired as a TV producer/director ...[Read More]

Two golden voices., two life stories: Amanda Campbell and Casey McQuillen

Casey McQuillen walked away from her experience of being on American Idol with new confidence and her own version of the golden rule: It’s not just about treating others the way you want to be treated, it’s also about treating yourself the way you would treat others. She doesn’t simply sing her songs; she talks about her experience with bullying, about her struggles with anxiety, her desire to fit...[Read More]

Derek Davis is back with a new solo album, new tours and lots of hard rock fun

Northern California native Derek Davis began playing drums at the age of 11,then switched to vocals and guitar before he began his professional music career at the age of 15 in the San Francisco Bay Area. But Los Angeles called him in 1989 where he and his newly formed rock band, Babylon A.D.,  caught the attention of Clive Davis who signed the band to a recording contract with Arista Records. Tha...[Read More]

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