Frankie Zulferino's first single, Stuck on You, off of his debut album No Boundaries (being released on October 5th!), is available for streaming & purchase. Of course, I am STOKED!
https://open.spotify.com/track/1l41brqhku5arGsUHCP657?si=SH_ur7JJQ72BPnHHHrD6HA THIS. SONG. I'm a little late to the game to write about it, as it was released late last year, but, I guess it's a good sign that I heard it the day it was released, and am STILL playing it on repeat. Not only is it a super catchy track, that's really easy to... Continue Reading →
This week, I'd like to spotlight a track that I have loved for some time now. While interning at Black Box, I got to listen to some unreleased tracks from artists whom the company works with and this was one of them. From the second I heard it playing from the speakers in the conference... Continue Reading →
Can you say catchy or what? This retro tune is one that I cannot get out of my head (and that's not just because I laid some background vocals on it). Whenever this track comes on, I can't help but just want to get up, dance, and sing along - I just want to keep... Continue Reading →
I hate to admit it, but maybe seeing Niall Horan in person did reinforce my opinion on this song just a littleeeee. While working backstage at the 2017 iHeartRadio MMVAs, I made eye contact with Niall not once, twice, but a good four/five times and boy is his smile mesmerizing. Though I was never an... Continue Reading →
In this post, I'd like to talk about a music website I was introduced to, and quickly became hooked on. It's called Too Good Music, and is run by one of my West Coast buddies, Austin. After reading a few posts about new music, I knew that Austin was knowledgeable about the topic and loved... Continue Reading →
This week, I'm featuring "High" by Alyssa Reid. Having followed Alyssa for quite some time now (I saw her perform way back when she was on the SodaPop Tour), I have always loved her tracks, have purchased her previous albums and singles and turn up the radio and jam out to her songs when I... Continue Reading →