In The Spotlight

Cortney Dixon – “Bang Bang, Honey Honey”

Hailing from South Shields, this British singer, songwriter and guitarist always gravitated towards music ever since childhood. She attended Newcastle College to study music, including the business side of things. Growing up she started listening to punk music like The Clash, but found her inspiration in the music of David Bowie, Kate Bush and Stevie Nicks. She debuted with “Summer’s Eyes” in 2019.

Incorporating genre-spanning influences and heavily dipped in 70s rock, her new single is an invigorating sonic explosion. With a thumping beat and heavy guitars filling the soundscape with musical TNT, she balances it with soft moments in which her raw vocal grit sounds truly riveting. And with a powerful howling electric guitar solo, this brisk jam blends all the best elements of classic rock.

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Music History

Luther Vandross – “Stop To Love”

From his album “Give Me The Reason” (1986):

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New Music

Betty Who – “She Can Dance”

From her upcoming album “BIG!”, to be released on 14 October 2022:

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