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.”
KC & 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
AUG 27 – TROPICANA SHOWROOM – ATLANTIC CITY, NJ
SEP 1 – THE BOMB FACTORY – DALLAS, TX
SEP 16 – FORMULA 1 GRAND PRIX – SINGAPORE, SINGAPORE
OCT 09 – PALACE THEATRE – GREENSBURG, PA
NOV 17 – WOODBINE CONCERT HALL – ETOBICOKE, CANADA
Check out “We Belong Together” below and don’t forget to follow their socials!
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
It’s been nearly three weeks since Telegraph released their second single “Rhinestone Chapel” and it’s gaining the attention it deserves. Telegraph is a pop/rock/country trio from Nashville, Tennessee that mixes synths, drums, guitars and excellent vocals to create a musical explosion that’s bound to impress the ladies.
Continue to follow their musical journey by finding them via social media
Ryan Lill is a singer/songwriter from Charleston, South Carolina. As a young artist he began to experiment with different instruments trying to pave his way to where he is now. Lill released his debut single “Coming Out” on March 1st, 2014 on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and various other online music platforms.
“Coming Out” is a story about an individual getting up the courage to tell their parents/friends/family that they are gay and basically accept me for who I am. This is described in the chorus by the lyrics “I can’t change, I’m not gonna wait, this is not a choice you’ve made, hear them say you’ve made a mistake, that’s a price you’ll have to pay”. Not only can this song relate to the LGBT community but also people in general who may want to expose something about themselves that may ruin friendships, relationships or their reputations. Ryan Lill’s message is clear and it’s great to find an artist that is willing to put themselves out there and relay a message to everyone around the US and the rest of the world that it’s okay to be who you are.
The overall sound and quality of the song “Coming Out” is Top 40 material. “Coming Out’ proves that Ryan has what it takes to make it in the music industry and I look forward to all the opportunities that will open up for him. Do anything and everything to help push this single to the top! Tweet, Facebook, Instagram his single!
You can download Ryan’s single “Coming Out” by following the links below!
Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/music/album?id=Bvvzgiavxoegnuoc5engasion2a …