Allison Iraheta & Halo Circus by Michael Becker

Artist Spotlight: RIVVRS, Veronica Bianqui & Halo Circus

Looking for new artists to add to your Spotify playlists? We’ve got you covered! In this Artist Spotlight roundup, we feature a few up-and-coming independent musicians in Americana, bluesy pop-rock, and electropop that you’ll be hearing more from this year and beyond. Meet RIVVRS, Veronica Bianqui, and Halo Circus.

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Album Review: Phillip Phillips Gives His All With “Collateral”

What a name, what a talent! Phillip Phillips, the artist with the unforgettable name and undeniable talent, is back and better than ever.

His third album release, Collateral, the follow-up to 2014’s Behind the Light, is an artistic evolution for the singer-songwriter-guitarist. Going above and beyond his signature blend of raspy folk-pop rock, Phillips explores new territories through incorporating new sounds and styles into his music. On this 12-track album, Phillips channels the good times, the challenging times, the lessons, and the love he’s experienced over the past three years into songs his fans will certainly connect with and enjoy.

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Tim Myers

Tim Myers & Phillip Phillips Team Up for “Mother”

In the ten years since launching his solo artist career, the Southern California born and raised musician, songwriter, producer, and OneRepublic founding member Tim Myers has racked up a long list of accomplishments. His latest single release “Mother” is a special collaboration with American Idol‘s Phillip Phillips.

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Tunesday: November 2015

On TUNESDAY, I share some of the songs, music videos, and live performances I’ve been groovin’ to. Here are some of my top favourites from November…

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Tunesday: October 2015

On TUNESDAY, I share some of the songs, music videos, and live performances I’ve been groovin’ to. Here are some of my top favourites from October…

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