KC & The Sunshine band release “We Belong Together”

It’s been years since 70s iconic dance group KC & The Sunshine released new music, but “We Belong Together” is bound to break boundaries between old school and new dance music. KC & The Sunshine band hit it big in the early 70s, getting their start in Florida. Their hits included “Shake Your Booty”, “That’s The Way I Like It”, “Get Down Tonight” and “Boogies Shoes”. “We Belong Together” takes a synthesized and electronica feel to dance music which is more prevalent in the club scenes today. 

“We Belong Together” is another stepping stone into their promotion of love, unity and happiness.  Harry Wayne “KC” Casey stated how he felt when he first heard “We Belong Together” 

“I remember, I had just met someone, and it was right at that beginning stage when just the sound of their name gives you butterflies. It was around the time my namesake Casey Naymen, who is a DJ and the son of my close friend Larry, brought me this track and ‘We Belong Together’ was born. It came from that feeling of just wanting to be with someone, and knowing you belong with this person.”

unnamedKC & The Sunshine Band is continuing to create new funky music for their fans and they have also began touring around the US. The remainder of their tour dates are listed below 


Check out “We Belong Together” below and don’t forget to follow their socials!








Jon Wolfe set to release Natural Man

Jon Wolfe is a transplant from Oklahoma living like a true Texan. His new album Natural Man is set to release March 31st. His sound is very Old School country, it’s a mix of a young George Strait and Joe Nichols. 


The album is set to include 13 full-length songs 

If Your Lonely Too 

That’s What I’m Talking About

Smile on Mine 

It Just Feels Right 

Outrun Her Memory

Don’t It Feel Good 

She Beats All I’ve Ever Seen 

Singin’ Thing 

Natural Man

What Are You Doin’ Right Now

I’m Doin’ Alright

Married to Nothin’

When I Get to Heaven

A previous album was featured on the Billboard Album Charts at #34 for Country Music. Which led to it being re-released as a Deluxe Album under Warner Music Nashville. He has also sold over 25, 000 units collectively. His new album Natural Man is bound to set the bar for a comeback of old school sounding country music that we all love and miss amongst the current radio hits. He’s the George Strait of 2015. 920x920

I can’t wait for you guys to have the chance to listen to his new album, it’s country music at its finest. It’s an album you’ll be wanting to listen to on repeat. My personal favorite songs are It Just Feels Right and Natural Man. 

You can keep up with Jon Wolfe via Social Media 





Maybe you could even catch him out on his “Natural Man Album Release Tour” 

Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Radio Texas Live with Buddy Logan @ Coach’s & Cowboy’s
8374 Paluxy Drive, Tyler, TX 75703 (United States) – Map
(903) 266-9377
Set: 8:00 PM
All Ages
Friday, March 27, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Brewster Street Icehouse
1724 N Tancahua, Corpus Christi, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $15/$20 with CD pre-sale, $20/$25 with CD DOS
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Saturday, March 28, 2015
Jon Wolfe @ Schroeder Hall
12516 FM 622, Goliad, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 9:00 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $10 (Adv), $12 (DOS)
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Monday, March 30, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Listening Party @ Willie’s Joint
Buda, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 7:00 PM
All Ages
Tuesday, March 31, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Stage It Release Event @ Gibson Guitar Showroom
3601 S Congress Ave, Austin, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 8:00 PM
All Ages
Tickets: Stay tuned to win tickets and be part of the live audience!
Friday, April 3, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Midnight Rodeo
2201 E Ben White Blvd., Austin, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $12/$20 with CD Pre-sale, $15/$20 with CD DOS
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Also Playing: Ray Johnston Band
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Wild West
2216 I-27, Lubbock, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $12/$20 with CD Pre-sale, $15/$20 with CD DOS
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Also Playing: Ray Johnston Band
Friday, April 10, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Floore’s Country Store
14464 Old Bandera Road, Helotes, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
All Ages
Tickets: $15/$20 with CD pre-sale, $20/$25 with CD DOS
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Also Playing: Mario Flores
Saturday, April 11, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Banita Creek Hall
401 W Main St., Nacogdoches, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Friday, April 17, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Midnight Rodeo
2581 Sunset Dr, San Angelo, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $12/$20 with CD Pre-sale, $15/$20 with CD DOS
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Saturday, April 18, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Waylon and Ray’s
411 South Broadway, Brownwood, TX 76801 (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $10/$20 with CD
Thursday, April 23, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Big Texas Dance Hall & Saloon
803 E. Nasa Rd. 1, Webster, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $10/$20 with CD
Friday, April 24, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Big Texas Saloon
19959 Holzwarth Road, Spring, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $10/$20 with CD
Saturday, April 25, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ The Wild Horse Desert Round Up
Bishop, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
All Ages
Wednesday, April 29, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Coach’s & Cowboy’s
8374 Paluxy Drive, Tyler, TX 75703 (United States) – Map
Set: 11:00 PM
Thursday, April 30, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Billy Bob’s Texas
2520 Rodeo Plz., Fort Worth, TX 78610 (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $10/$20 with CD
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Friday, May 8, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ Midnight Rodeo
4400 South Georgia, Amarillo, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $12/$20 with CD Pre-sale, $15/$20 with CD DOS
Saturday, May 9, 2015
Jon Wolfe – “Natural Man” Album Release Party @ City Limits
1907 East Washington, Stephenville, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 10:00 PM
Tickets: $10/$15 with CD
Friday, May 29, 2015
Jon Wolfe @ Silver Saloon
1708 State Highway 34 S, Terrell, TX (United States) – Map
Set: 8:00 PM
Tickets: $10
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Friday, October 23, 2015
Jon Wolfe @ Country Cruising
Set: 8:00 PM
All Ages

Kaleo releases “All The Pretty Girls” EP via NoiseTrade

Iceland’s own Kaleo releases their “All The Pretty Girls” EP via NoiseTrade before the kickoff of their debut US Tour. Kaleo is a rock band with influences such as Hozier, Vance Joy and Of Monsters and Men. Kaleo is made up of four members, Jökull Júlíusson (Vocals/Guitar), Davíð Antonsson (Percussion/Vocals), Daníel Ægir Kristjánsson (Bass) and Rubin Pollock (Guitar). 

Their sound is very harmonious and their raw talent shows throughout every song of the EP. Their style is very indie but has a pop vibe to it. Their EP consists of three songs: 

“All The Pretty Girls”


“Broken Bones”

Check out their music video for “All The Pretty Girls” below

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We Are Harlot set to release album March 2015

Many hard rockers and moshpitters know the sound of Danny Worsnop but it seems his voice is changing. He went from “Screaming” to  “Singing” in just about a year and I have to say it’s a change for the better. This isn’t to knock Screamo music but we finally can hear Danny’s pure talent behind the mic in his new band “We Are Harlot”. 

wah_cover-under2gb_4We are Harlot originated from Los Angeles, California and is comprised of members Danny Worsnop (Asking Alexandria front man), Jeff George, Bruno Agra and Brian Weaver. Since their creation, “We are Harlot” has signed with Roadrunner Records with their first album set to release on March 31st, 2015. Their sound reflects old school rock and roll with the likes of Aerosmith and Van Halen. This band is worth a listen because they are definitely hitting the right cords and are bound to make history by reinventing and bringing back to life 80s rock and roll. 

Check out their video for their single “Dancing on Nails” below 

You can also preorder/ and listen to their other single “Denial” on iTunes now! 

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Casey Dubie releases new single “Motion Sick”

Have you ever heard someone who sounds like Taylor Swift and Hayley Williams at the same time? Well you just heard it….Yes, Casey Dubie is her name and her new single “Motion Sick” is a musical piece of heaven. 

Casey Dubie is a singer/songwriter whose influences include Noah Gunderson, Ben Rector, Anais Mitchell and Daughter. She comes out of a small rural town in Vermont where she has been writing and playing guitar since the age of twelve. This definitely is one talented woman! Check out “Motion Sick” below! 

Follow Casey Dubie below on Twitter or by going to her website



Katey Laurel, the next Sheryl Crow?

When you think of the Mile-High city, you think Peyton Manning and the Denver Broncos but there is one woman in town that is bound to make waves bigger than that of Mr. Manning. Katey Laurel is a fun-loving, horse riding artist who expresses herself within her music. Katey’s music ranges from radio-friendly tunes to lush cinematic songs for movies and television. Her instrumental talent isn’t just focused solely on the guitar, she also plays the classical piano and the french horn. 

She’s played venues across the United States including the world-famous Bluebird Cafe in Nashville, Tennessee which gives you an indication of the caliber of artist she is. She’s also shared the stage with Howie Day (Collide) and many other artists who have made a name for themselves. 

Katey LaurelMG_4041Her awards and nominations stack up as well including the Walnut Valley Festival New Song Winner, Tucson Folk Festival National Finalist, Great American Song Contest Finalist, NPR Mountain Stage NewSong Southwest  Regional Finalist, Texaco Country Showdown Southwest Regional Finalist, and the International Songwriting Competition Semi-Finalist. 

Katey was happy to answer a few questions about her journey as an artist
I’m All Ears: How did music become your passion? 
Katey Laurel: 
I have a few defining moments as an artist, really.  
One was when I was five and we were at a family friend’s party…she started playing “Summertime” from Porgy and Bess on the piano and instantly I knew I wanted to play music, so I ended up taking piano lessons from her.  
Second, I played French horn in school and I used to sneak into the empty gym sometimes after school and play haunting melodies like “O Come Emmanuel” and it would give me goosebumps to hear it echoing off the hard surfaces – that’s when I really knew I was a music geek.  
Third, I found out that I loved sharing music in a community setting with other people in the audience at church in high school, and felt that giving a gift of performance to the congregation gave me far more than I’m sure it gave them – that’s when I found I loved to perform and share music with others that way.  
Fourth, my best friend in college bought tickets and we drove across a bitter cold eastern Indiana and Ohio winter landscape to Cincinnati to hear a little band called Over The Rhine play their Taft Theater Christmas concert. I was hooked by the intensely emotional and spiritual experience of songs that they bring to their shows, and I knew that was what I wanted to try to do too.  
I’m All Ears: What is your focus as an artist?
Katey Laurel:  My focus as an artist is to write honest songs that capture what I want to say about life as it happens (sort of an ongoing journal) and to inspire people with the underlying message of hope that seems to permeate most of what I write.
I’m All Ears: What are some of your accomplishments as an artist?
Katey Laurel:  It’s really hard to measure accomplishments in the arts and music in the same way that most people measure success in the business world.  My biggest accomplishments really are hearing from listeners how a certain song impacted them in a life moment or helped them get through something difficult.  

As far as the business side is concerned, I was really stoked to have my song “All The Way Home” played in Starbucks around the globe and finally make it onto Pandora (both of these tasks took five to ten years of encountering closed doors, so they seem like bigger accomplishments when they finally came through).  
Of course, some recognition and validation in the form of winning or placing in song contests or getting placed in film and TV or played on radio is satisfying to my type A goal-oriented side, but really, creating good songs is rewarding in and of itself, that’s why I keep creating even when it isn’t that financially successful.
Take a listen to Katey Laurel’s music below: 
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Nashville’s own Lennon and Maisy release cover of “Boom Clap” by Charli XcX

cover170x170We definitely know the magnitude of voices that are showcased on the TV show Nashville, but nothing compares to the cutest sisters on and off one of ABC’s best shows. Lennon and Maisy who are known as Rayna Jaymes’ daughters on Nashville are also known online as the sisters who broke YouTube with their cover of Erato’s “Call Your Girlfriend” but now they are back with a new and exciting cover of Charli XcX’s hit “Boom Clap” which was featured in the feature film “The Fault in our Stars”.

They slow it down a bit which highlights their voices perfectly. Taking a new approach to the song and making it their own. These girls are definitely talented like their parents who make up the Canadian country duo “The Stellas”. It’s incredible how much talent is within these girls, especially being younger than most breakout artists. Check out Lennon and Maisy’s cover below! 

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