This is a song from the group Red Eye, who cover raw social, emotional and political issues, based on the foundation that every song should carry a message. This track tackles the gentrification of the Soho district of London; but it could equally apply to many areas in cities around the world where “good time cleansing” threatens to destroy the vibe and character of an area. It is depicted through the eyes and memories of an ex night worker, wanting to visit Soho one more time before it changes and “dies” forever. Together with some of the damaging social consequences of gentrification to residential areas, there are also potentially irreversible consequences to vibrant inner city areas. As rents go up, music, noise and dance restrictions increase, and rich new residents put pressure on bars and nightclubs to close. As such there is a real danger that many lively, exciting areas which have existed for years are cleansed and gentrified forever.
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Born and raised in Johannesburg, South Africa, Jordana left home at an early age to pursue her dream of leaving her mark in the timeline of music history.
Since settling in Dallas, TX she has collaborated with a number of producers including Geoff Rockwell and Grammy-Nominated Carmen Rizzo.
In April of 2017 following the release of her electro-pop Record, ‘Lost + Found’, Jordana signed with Los Angeles based music publishing and licensing company, Lyric House. In just her first year with Lyric House she has seen several placements across different shows that run on MTV.
Over the last 18 months Jordana has been focused on a new project that has inspired a season of self-discovery. Working with a new writing team consisting of Americana/Folk artist Austin Blair Campbell and Owner/Operator of The Hang Studios in Fort Worth TX, Ben Barnett, Jordana feels that she is on the cusp of HER sound. The flutter of a new love, the pain of inevitable heartbreak, and the strength within herself to face the world head on are the stories Jordana is beginning to reveal with a no filter approach.
Doug Schultz produced this at Adrent Studio in Memphis and it’s part of the “Memphis-Coming Back Home” album and the main vocals are Pete Storm.
Elvis Tribute Artist Pete Storm performs a special song that Elvis never finished…Poor Man’s Gold…at the Collingwood Elvis Festival on Sunday, July 27th, 2014.
What if Elvis came home to record one more album? What would it look like? Recorded at historic Ardent Studios, in Memphis, with the vocals of Pete Storm…this is “Memphis Coming Back Home”
Mac Davis was there in Memphis, that January 1969 when Elvis picked three songs from a tape that had 19 of Mac’s songs on it. Elvis picked “In the Ghetto”, “Don’t Cry Daddy”, and “Poor Man’s Gold”. Chips Moman, Elvis’s producer, thought they might have had all the sides they needed then and that’s why “Poor Man’s Gold” wasn’t finished. As far as I can tell, “Poor Man’s Gold” is the only song, from those historic sessions, never released by Elvis. Not only never released, but seems to have been lost. No one seems to have known this. With more of a country feel, Mac released it himself on his “Stop and Smell the Roses” album Columbia 1974.
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TRAVIS COLLINS ANNOUNCES NEW ALBUM, BRAVE & THE BROKEN, COMING AUGUST 17, 2018
LEAD SINGLE, HIGH HORSE, AVAILABLE TODAY
“Brave & The Broken isn’t just an album title, it is all of us,” says Travis Collins.
Collins, a six-time Golden Guitar and back-to-back CMC Male Artist of the Year winner, says his upcoming/eagerly anticipated sixth album delves into the depths of the human soul and spirit, the good and the bad, the happy and sad.
He’s now established himself as a leading male vocalist in the Australian music landscape. Off the back of Collins’ ongoing success, ABC Music announce the release of Brave & The Broken on August 17.
A dynamic guitarist, vocalist and live performer, Travis Collins continues to excite as a songwriter with Brave & The Broken. Armed with new songs for the album, Travis returned to Nashville in January this year for a whirlwind recording session with producer of the moment, Luke Wooten (Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley) and a studio band including Mike Rojas (Luke Bryan) on keys, acoustic guitarist Carl Miner (Taylor Swift) and bassist Jimmy Carter (Alan Jackson).
Every track on the album was either written or co-written by Travis himself, joining him in the writing room by some of Nashville’s foremost composers such as Jason Duke (Keith Urban) and Dave Turnbull (Luke Bryan).
“We didn’t approach these songs with a checklist and ‘rulebook’ and I’m proud that it really shows here. I just tried to write as real, relatable and honestly as I could, and we recorded what felt right. You know, the kind of songs we crank on the weekend, songs that make you think of someone or a song which takes us somewhere. Songs that put a lump in your throat, a smile on your face or a tear in your eye.” – Travis Collins.
The first single, High Horse, perfectly depicts the above; highlighting Travis’ mesmerising vocals throughout the earthy torch song which holds a mirror to a broken relationship as seen through a mate’s eyes.
“All of us are brave and broken, depending on the day, and that is what I wanted these songs to be” – Travis Collins.
May 21-25: Norfolk Island Country Music Festival
July 11: Big Red Bash – Birdsville, QLD
August 11: Mt. Isa Mines Rodeo – Mt. Isa, QLD
August 24: Gympie Muster – Gympie, QLD
September 15: Brisbane Racing Country Music Day – Hamilton, QLD
September 29: Deni Ute Muster – Deniliquin, NSW
October 27: VDL Festival – Biloela, QLD
November 3: Melton Mowbray Rodeo – Melton, TAS
Montel Moore is an award-winning Musician, Singer-Songwriter, and Educator, widely known for his soulfully riveting music style and heartfelt lyrics infused by a harmonious synergy of classical and jazz influences.
Born and raised in the heart of St. Louis, Montel’s unwavering passion for creatively expressing himself through the art of music began at the age of 12, and he has been driven by music and fueled by God ever since. Throughout the course of his musical career, Montel has served as the soloist for a multitude of special events and judge for numerous choir auditions. In both 2011 and 2012, he also was the proud recipient of the Louis Armstrong Award. Infinitely dedicated to creating positive change through the power of music, Montel has also worked as a Music Teacher at St. Angela Merici, and an Artist for the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra.
Currently, Montel teaches music privately and is a Music Specialist for Float STL. Equally as dedicated to his community, he is even a Musician at Hope Church St. Louis. Furthermore, Montel Moore holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Vocal Music from Lindenwood University.