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Terry Holder has the voice of an Angel. Terry says her songs are inspired by real life. Terry does not believe in placing limits on herself and until 1999 she was a full time stay at home mom. Her life changed when the of her 3 daughters moved away, a transition that coincided with the passing of her mother. Depression settled in,Seeking solace she reached for her guitar and began shifting her pain into writing music.
Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes AIYM (a fusion of rock, soul, pop and electronic) to the Show!
Aiym Almas is a singer/songwriter from Kazakhstan. She has started her music career in London, UK where she had lived for 6 years before relocating to Los Angeles in 2013.
Her music has been described as a fusion of rock, soul, pop and electronic which carries a lot of power delivered through strong vocals and instrumentation yet has an underlying melancholic tone. Her songs are honest, haunting and every one of them is a story on its own that transports the listener to a surreal setting where the mind is free for interpretation without any limitations.
She is currently working on the release of her debut EP titled "Till Dawn" and playing shows around LA with the full line-up band promoting her project.
Aiym is an experienced singer who has played at famous venues, including O2 Shepherds Bush Empire in London and has also performed backing vocals for various artists.
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Tonight Pop Art Painter Jamie Roxx (www.JamieRoxx.us) welcomes Soul/Pop/Latin Singer/Songwriter Karina Nistal back to the Show!
Kickstarter Campaign: http://kck.st/1NBuj5L
Karina Nistal, Houston born and bred with a Mexican/Cuban heritage, raised up in Hip Hop, Latin and House music makes for wide spectrum of what she can musically deliver. Karina has been promoting her third studio album "KaRAGEous" while still hard at work on new videos like "Different" and upcoming "Heavy". She is now close to releasing her fourth studio album "Living Proof"!
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Ottawa-based band MonkeyJunk plays a blend of swamp-rock roots and blues that in the relatively short time has earned them a collective 20 Maple Blues Awards, two Canadian Independent Music Awards, a Blues Music Award (USA), and a JUNO Award in 2012. Monkey Junk is three musicians who individually had established careers prior to forming MonkeyJunk: vocalist, baritone guitarist, harmonica and organ player Steve Marriner, lead guitarist Tony D and drummer/percussionist Matt Sobb. We are delighted that they will join us on Music FridayLive! this week with their new album, Moon Turn Red.
The strands formed in 2011 bring a genre-defying sound they like to call Artisanal. Thoughtful and provocative lyrics dominate, carried by a piano with a subdued drum and sophisticated guitar grooves. The result is almost jazz, but not quite – the Strands straddle the line between jazz and pop. Lead singer Amanda Campbell delivers original material - much of it written by the band's keyboard and piano artist Susan Ferrari - with a smooth voice, backed by the legendary Richard Green on lead guitar, Ferrari on piano and keys and the founder of the group, Paul, on bass. Restrained, thoughtful, striking, the Strands stand out and we are glad they are taking the time to talk with us on Music FridayLive!.
Join us this Sunday as Sidney Chase a twenty-three year old singer, writer, music producer and spiritualist from the Midwest Joins The Kitty Bella Show! She makes up half of rock duo Siamese Spots. She's also contributed writing to publications such as The Huffington Post, Lockerdome and Everyday Feminism. Her debut feature length film is currently in pre-production, in which she is slated to star in and direct, will begin principle photography in winter of 2015. We are talking everything pop culture, politics & music!! Join us @ 347 237 4756
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