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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes back Pop/Dance Singer/Songwriter Holly Elle to the Show!
An electrifying bond of authenticity links modern chanteuse Holly Elle’s radiant voice to lyrics, melodies and beats. With soul infused pop as a point of reference – and the mantra “No labels, no rules, no limits” – Holly arrives with verve, vision and vibe.
While the press might portray Holly as a “Pop Powerhouse” there are far more complex dimensions to her ever-evolving artistry. Whether fronting a full throttle band, commanding a concert stage with electronic tracks or in an intimate venue accompanied by only an acoustic guitarist, she is equally enthralling. “The whole point of making music is for me to connect,” she confirms.
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Holly Elle proves to be a force that is unpredictable in the best way possible. “Mirage” is now available for free download on Soundcloud.
Holly Elle teamed up again with Isaac Hasson (Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez) after enjoying a successful collaboration on her previous singles, “Lifeline” and “Lose Control.” While her last release was an urban party anthem, “Mirage” moves with a cool and tranquil sound, pairing a crunchy, industrial synth beat with her sultry vocals. The result is an addictive combination that will stick with fans long after the first listen. Elle evokes the sentiment of an uncertain lover with the hook, “is this love a mirage?” The idea of seeing an unreliable lover everywhere, haunted by the thought that he may disappear at any moment paints a melancholy picture. While her catalogue tends to showcase strength, liberation and fearlessness, Elle shows a softer side with this song while still maintaining the intensity she is known for.
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Holly Elle, a Canadian classically trained singer with a passion for pop, brings to the U.S. a unique twist on modern mainstream music. Elle was captivated by the sparkle of the spotlight at a young age. Much like her musical background, Elle’s music is very diverse. While she knows how to let loose and show her fans a good time, the pop singer with a divatude has a more serious side to her as well. Elle’s viral video release, “Freak,” is a lyrically promiscuous song about sexual orientation that is her response to recent teen suicides and bullying. The music video for the song received attention from many online bloggers and was featured in a well-known LGBT magazine, The Advocate. Her music relates to her fans and meets people wherever they are whether it’s helping them cope or encouraging them to just let loose on the dance floor. This side of her is portrayed perfectly through her upcoming EP, Leopardess. Although her forthcoming release is a smooth R&B blend heavily influenced by pop, don’t be surprised when you hear sparks of other genres, seamlessly tied into the mix. She stops by on Wednesday, June 19, at 8pm EST.
Holly Elle, a Canadian classically trained singer with a passion for pop, brings to the U.S. a unique twist on modern mainstream music. Before heading to America to chase her dreams, Elle was featured on two albums that were released nationwide in her native country: Things You Never Thought I’d Say by Freddy, and Around The Universe in 80 Minutes – A Tribute to Klaatu.
Growing up, Elle frequented the music parties held by her parents on a regular basis, where they shared the European folk music of their childhood. They also introduced Elle and her siblings to music from their era such as the Beatles, ABBA and Elton John. Her brothers had an impact on her musically as well. While off at law school in the UK, they were introduced to British Pop and brought it back home. Elle’s diverse background helped her develop an awareness of various genres of music from many different eras. “I grew up around music so I naturally acquired a deep appreciation and love for it,” recalls Elle.
Written by Heather Blankenship
Tonight Pop Art Painter, Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Holly Elle, a Pop and R&B Singer and Performer from Nashville to the show.
An electrifying bond of authenticity links modern chanteuse Holly Elle’s radiant voice to lyrics, melodies and beats. With soul infused pop as a point of reference – and the mantra “No Labels, no rules, no limits” – Holly arrives with verve, vision and vibe.
Her viral video hit “Freak” struck a resonant chord, especially with young LGBT audiences who drew inspiration from the song’s message of empowerment and inclusion. Praised by opinion makers across the board, it was highlighted with two articles in the leading national gay publication The Advocate. Further strengthening this connection, Holly was invited to perform at the 250,000 strong Atlanta Pride Weekend.
Join Candace as she interviews two experienced Practitioners! Barbara Becker from Arizona and Holly Duckworth from Colorado. We will hear so many wonderful stories and learn about these two special ladies.
To find a qualified QHHT Practitioner near you please visit DoloresCannonqhht.com
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To contact Holly visit awarecaredurango.com
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Shlomo lives and breathes for music and works hard to bring interesting, diverse and exceptional talent to City Winery's stage. A member of the core team that founded City Winery in 2008, Shlomo is a well-recognized figure in and around the venue. When he isn't perfecting his Shlo-Mullet hair, rambling in Hebrew or blasting his latest music discovery in the office, he is busy making concerts happen - often 5 days or more per week! Shlomo also books external productions and benefit concerts with Michael Dorf Presents, including the famed NYC venues Carnegie Hall, Central Park SummerStage, The Apollo and much more. When he is not in music mode, he plays for the Israeli Baseball team as the starting pitcher.City Winery is the brainchild of Michael Dorf, founder of the iconic Knitting Factory, one of New York’s longest running music venues, wanted to create a space in Manhattan where he could combine his shared passions for wine and music. How was the idea conceived? After making his first barrel of wine in California with his brother Josh and wine maker David Tate, formerly of Ridge Winery and now at Barnett Vineyards, Michael caught the bug: "For a long time I'd been enjoying wine as a fan-drinking it, taking classes, attending wine dinners-but it was not until I actually started participating in the process of working with the grape, turning it into wine, putting it into a bottle, and watching it develop over time, that I really started to understand wine. And when I would give my friends a bottle of wine with my name on it, most would respond by saying: 'I wanna do that too!' It was this experience that led Michael to conceptualize and start working on the City Winery business plan in 2006.
On a special date at a special time: Talk34 brings you our live show on Thursday at 2:00 PM PDT.
The much anticipated launch of the feature film "Triborn" Kickstarter campaign happens here! Now! Be on live with the cast and crew as we fire up the campaign and start the process of funding this amazing feature, sci-fi film.
There will be many guests from the cast and crew, including some surprise visitors who you will certainly want to talk with.
Come hang out with the filmmakers themselves as we launch this very important campaign! It's going to be fun.
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