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Orleans Releases Christmas Album "New Star Shining"

Orleans has released their first and only Christmas album.  Subconsciously, the group—which is about to celebrate its 50th anniversary in 2022—must have been working on the holiday collection for decades.

Richard Marx Announces Multi-Volume Vinyl EP Series Featuring Unreleased Demos

Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, producer and best-selling author Richard Marx has announced The Vault - Vol. 1, the first in a multi-run series of colored vinyl EPs featuring unreleased demos and early material.  A series of just 500 limited edition vinyl featuring early Marx’s demos from before his first record deal, Volume 1 features four songs and is printed on yellow vinyl. 

Neo-Rockabilly Pioneers The Rockats Releases Cover Of "Nervous Breakdown"

(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Shortly after the groundbreaking British rockabilly band The Rockats had relocated from Essex to New York in 1978, they were playing a show when up approached a charismatic young guitarist who lavished the group with praise for their performance. Rockats’ stand-up bassist Smutty Smiff struck up a friendship with the charming lad and even took a train out to Massapequa to give him his first rockabilly haircut while teaching him how to grease it up properly. That young American was one Brian Setzer who would ride the rockabilly train into superstardom with The Stray Cats.

Immerser Releases Lyric Video For "Invoking The Priestess"

Hard Rock solo project Immerser has released the official lyric video for his new single, “Invoking the Priestess.” Written, performed by, produced, and engineered by John Logan Parsons III, “Invoking the Priestess" features Kellii Scott (Failure, Queens Of The Stone Age, Veruca Salt) on drums.

Waxflower Releases Video For "Soak"

(BRISBANE, AUS) -- Brisbane-based Waxflower have released their new video for latest single, "Soak." Perfectly encapsulating frontman Tristan Higginson’s raw and emotive vocals, the video sees him being force-fed red pills, and later waking up on a bed floating on eerily desolate water. The video was directed by the band’s guitarist Nick Hargens and Tristan’s brother Giles Higginson.



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