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Rooftop Revolutionaries are a modern hard rock band from Los Angeles fronted by opera-trained rocker Eleanor Goldfield. They have stood out in the Southern California underground rock scene by expressing political and social views in their songs, blending a message with a heavy rock sound similar to that of Alice in Chains. Rooftop Revolutionaries have played Los Angeles venues such as The House of Blues Sunset Strip, The Roxy, Viper Room and the Troubador. They released their debut album this summer, Resolute, to rave reviews. Best of all Eleanor joins us Friday. In an industry saturated with fly-by-night singles, auto-tune pop, and packaged artist-development, Alex Nester brings back the art of music-making in a collection of original music chronicling her trials and letdowns with the state of music business today and her bout with cancer as a teenager. A life of trial and triumph has shaped her unique sound filled with messages of love, faith, positivity, and healing while channeling the retro soul artists of the 60's and 70's. Her resume includes 12 albums, countless jingles, and over 25 theatrical productions, as well as working with established musicians such as Carlos Santana, Stevie Wonder, The Four Tops, The Fifth Dimension, Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. We are so looking forward to talking with Alex this Friday at 2:30 pm ET.
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Eighteen year-old Lena Fayre started her journey in Hollywood working with Golden Globe winning producer Jimmy Harry and emerging producer Sean Gould to create a set of deliciously melodic and energizing songs. She then... more

Singer/songwriter, Rett Smith, was born in West Texas and raised in the mountains of New Mexico. His early influences range from classic rock and country, including outlaw staples such as Johnny Cash and Waylon Jennings.... more

Salme is an electro pop dance music artist, also known as the licensing queen because of her ability to license all of her songs for media use. She is a one-woman dynamo on the razor's edge of mass appeal with radio ready songs... more

Juliette Ashby is a British singer-songwriter with potent synthesis of R&B, reggae and neo-soul.She wrote her first song when she was 7 years old, in the car while on holiday in Greece. She met her best friend Amy Winehouse at... more

Dree Paterson has been a singer/songwriter virtually since birth, with influences from powerhouse women like Sara Bareilles to Amy Winehouse and pop rockers like Bruno Mars. On her new EP, A Louder Side of Me to be released in two... more

Scout Durwood, AKA Lady Scoutington, is an acclaimed chanteuse and comedienne who was recently named one of The Huffington Post's ?20 Burlesque Stars to Know,? as well as Funny Not Slutty's ?10 Women Who Rock Comedy?... more

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A pastor's daughter, Eliza Rickman learned to play the piano in church at age 13, and then discovered Nick Cave. Things went south from there - or north depending on your prespective - and now Rickman is a musical artist who is not... more

Doña Oxford is an extraordinary soul, R&B and boogie woogie singer/songwriter and keyboardist who's old school soul vocals and high octane keyboard piano create music that crowds of all ages go wild for. She puts on... more

Polaris Rose, the dynamic Los Angeles indie rock band made up of Peter Anthony and Madelynn Elyse return to Music Friday with their new EP, Oceansongs. Peter and Madelynn combine luminous songwriting with effortlessly eccentric sound... more
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