In The Spotlight

Jordan Alexander – “Cool”

This amazingly talented Canadian songstress took her first steps onto the music scene back in 2013, after being encouraged to enter a talent competition, which she ultimately won. She went on to open for Jess Glynne, only two years later. Being openly bi-sexual, she is also an outspoken activist for equality and LGBTQ rights, as well as being a gifted singer/songwriter. The lyrics on her latest album are deeply personal and insightful, telling the story of love and loss.

The single chronicles heartbreak and the healing which follows. It’s a well-constructed pop song, with tranquil guitar hooks and mild drums driving the song. Her captivating, subtle voice narrating the steps from heartbreak to moving on, gives the song a depth and warmth like a comforting cup of hot chocolate on a winters day.

From her album “The Lonely Hearts Club” (2016):

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Music History

Sybil – “Crazy 4 U”

From her self-titled album (1989):

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New Music

John Lundvik – “With You”

This is the new single by Swedish singer/songwriter John Lundvik:

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Birthday Song

Sugarland – “Stuck Like Glue”

Happy birthday to Miss Jennifer Nettles of Sugarland, who is 43 today.

From their album “The Incredible Machine” (2010):

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Music History

Earth, Wind & Fire – “In The Stone”

From their album “I Am” (1979):

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New Music

Maty Noyes – “Say It To My Face”

This is the new single by L.A.-based singer/songwriter Maty Noyes:

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