In The Spotlight

Amy Allen – “Whatcha Do”

This Brooklyn-based artist grew up in Portland, Maine on a healthy diet of classic rock. It inspired her to move to Boston and to trade a biochemistry study with enrolling in the Berklee College of Music, from which she graduated in three years. She is a singer/songwriter who’s music is a masterful fusion of the best music the past several decades has to offer.

As her main inspiration for her latest single, she cites The Zombies, The Kinks and a touch of Katrina & The Waves. It’s a dazzling, upbeat rock song, which she self-produced. With a catchy beat, sparkling guitar bridge and her radiant, refreshing vocals, it’s energetic rock with a dash of country and a whole lot of summery goodness.

From her EP “Get Me Outta Here!” (2017):

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Music History

Jason Donovan – “I’m Doing Fine”

From his album “Between The Lines” (1990):

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New Music

Valerie Ghent – “New York City Streets”

From her album “Velours” (2016):

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Birthday Song

Swing Out Sister – “Fooled By A Smile”

Happy birthday to Miss Corinne Drewery of Swing Out Sister, who is 58 today.

From their album “It’s Better To Travel” (1986):

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Music History

Johnnie Taylor – “You’re The Best Girl In The World”

From his album “Eargasm” (1976):

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New Music

Emeli Sandé – “Starlight”

From her upcoming EP “Kingdom Coming”, to be released on 3 November 2017:

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