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Catch The Ed Sullivan Show On YouTube (250 million viewers can’t be wrong)!
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Catch The Ed Sullivan Show On YouTube (250 million viewers can’t be wrong)!

 The official YouTube channel of The Ed Sullivan Show has crossed more than 250 million views. The long-running variety show expanded its reach exponentially via a global digital rights agreement between UMe and SOFA Entertainment Inc. with more than 200 million views since June 2020.  The library encompasses the show’s historic 23-year primetime run on CBS. Scores of rarities … Continue reading

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Brother-and-Sister Duo Juna N Joey Release “More Than a Maybe”

I’ve been following this sibling country-pop duo for a few years now, so it is rewarding to witness the continued success of Juna N Joey. They have just released a catchy new track, “More Than A Maybe,” and it’s available on all streaming platforms today.  Written by Juna N Joey, Bill DiLuigi, and Kayliann Lowe, “More Than A Maybe” … Continue reading

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Same Old Music: Carrie Underwood — ‘Denim & Rhinestones’

If there’s any artist who is consistent, it’s Carrie Underwood. Overproduced tracks smothering meager vocals. That’s great news if you like to hear the same old stuff again and again (or, as she describes them, “throwback-type songs”), even if it’s on another new album. Does country music really need yet another collection of catchy anthems, … Continue reading

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New Music: Courtney Rivera-Hale — ‘Growing Pains’

Courtney Hale-Revia — Growing Pains Label: Courtney Hale-Revia Music Release date: June 3, 2022 “I don’t write songs, meant for drinkin’. Most of the time, it’s the result of too much thinkin’. (from “Who Are You,” by Courtney Hale-Revia) Courtney Hale-Revia’s third album, Growing Pains, is as welcome as a soft, dust-settling rain in a desert … Continue reading

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‘WATERTOWN’ — FRANK SINATRA’S GENIUS CONCEPT ALBUM, NEWLY MIXED AND REMASTERED FROM ORIGINAL SESSION TAPES — SET FOR RELEASE ON JUNE 3!

Marvin Gaye had Here, My Dear, and now Frank Sinatra has Watertown. Forgotten masterpieces well worth hearing again and again. Two distinctly original, ambitious recordings that prove to be more profound with each passing year. Both are souvenirs of an artistic zenith, captured forever in recording sessions (Gaye’s in 1977 & ’78, and Sinatra’s in … Continue reading