The Glorious Sound of 60s and 70s Folk-Pop

In the 60s, when Folk melded with Pop, it gave the world Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, Buffalo Springfield, The Mamas & Papas and The Byrd’s. That genre has been re-molded over time; one of the groups with that folksy sound today is the award winning U.K....

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For Your Inner Folkie

Go forward slowly It's not a race to the end Well you look like yourself But you're somebody else  “You're Somebody Else," a beautiful, folksy ballad (that’s also been described as misty and melancholy) has a throwback sound reminiscent of when folk music was also Top...

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A Song You Can Groove To

For those moments when you want to listen to music that bypasses the brain and goes right for the gut--something with an hypnotic rhythm, some steam heat, and bright colors…you could dial up Mark Anthony’s "I Need To Know," a big hit nearly 20 years ago… …or you could...

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A Song That’s Both Happy and Sad

In 1967, Los Angeles band The Sunshine Company had a  big hit with "Happy,” a song about finding your soul mate, which is definitely a good reason to be be happy. Fast-forward to today, and “Happier” is about how to be happy in a whole different way. A sad way. This...

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A Rollicking Rocker With a Heartfelt Message

  “High Hopes” is more than just another top 10 hit; it’s the philosophy of Brendon Urie, lead singer and lyricist of pop-rock band Panic! At the Disco, and his desire to spread joy, love, and inspiration to…everyone, everywhere. Had to have high, high hopes for a...

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ATTN Ska and Punk Fans: “She’s Kerosene” Is For YOU!

Kick-ass punk and ska are back, and its name is "The Interrupters," three Los Angeles, CA area brothers joined by singer/songwriter Aimee Allen aka Aimee Interrupter.  Remember the raw, overpowering energy of 1960's garage bands? That sound became the foundation for...

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