Top 10 Modern Pop Piano Songs Worth Learning To Play

Is there anything more impressive than listening to a beautiful piece of piano pop? While bands and guitars and electro pop are still popular on the airwaves, it’s still a welcome sound to listen to a big piano anthem on the radio.
The good thing about piano anthems is that you can learn to play them yourself – ideal as a party piece or when you’ve got friends and family to entertain. Take a look at this list of top 10 modern piano songs and start learning how to play them.

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Mabes Is ‘Free’ With Release Of First Single Today

23 year old Mabes is Billericay’s answer to Kasey Musgraves, and with any luck she will see her singing career take similar flight. Mabes has been working for a construction company in Holborn by day, while writing and performing her songs in Essex pubs by night.

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Wisdom Set To Release Latest Single, ‘Let It Be’

‘Let It Be’ is the latest single from Nigerian artist, Wisdom Clifford. Released on 24 January, the track is a catchy RnB song, with Wisdom’s melifluous vocals laid over a simple instrumental.

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Paloma Faith - photo credit: Scandebergs

Paloma Faith Releases Beautifully Cinematic Video For New Single ‘Loyal’

Paloma Faith releases the beautifully cinematic video for her anthemic new single ‘Loyal’, taken from the ‘The Architect – Zeitgeist Edition’, out November 19th on RCA.

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Faith and Harry Rowen: ‘Just Be There’

One of the most refreshing, and talented duos to suddenly appear on the international pop scene and conquer the music industry are British/American brother and sister Faith and Harry Rowan. At the tender ages of only 11 and 13 they are already accomplished multi-instrumentalists, composers/songwriters/vocalists producing mature, sophisticated and professionally sonic tracks.

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Janis Ian - Photo credit: Lloyd Baggs

Janis Ian Talks To Us About Music, Science Fiction, And Godzilla Ahead Of Release Of Remastered Albums And Cambridge Folk Festival Performance

They say never meet your heroes. I’m not so sure about that. Lisa talked to one of her teenage inspirations, Janis Ian, ahead of the re-release of 5 of her classic albums, and her performance at the Cambridge Folk Fest this summer.

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MAKING PLANS – XTC’s Colin Moulding And Terry Chambers Ponder Live Shows After DIY Great Aspirations EP

XTC fans have been rather spoiled with new product of late, after years of relative inactivity since the band ground to a halt in…

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Simone Spittle Releases Video For ‘Frozen’ Ahead Of Debut EP ‘I Fall Into Clouds Of Dreams’

Singer songwriter Simone Spittle, from Melbourne, Australia, has released the music video for the single, ‘Frozen’, ahead of her debut EP, ‘I Fall Into Clouds Of Dreams’. ‘Frozen’ is available as an instant download with the pre-order of the EP.

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Kylie Odetta Premieres Video For ‘You Don’t Love Me’

19 year old South Carolina native Kylie Odetta this week premiered her new music video for her song, ‘You Don’t Love Me’.

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19 Year Old Country Artist Laura Bell-Jack Releases Debut EP ‘Nashville 2016’

Laura Bell-Jack, from Coldstream in Scotland, has released her debut EP, ‘Nashville 2016’. Containing three tracks, including two written by herself, and one from a Nashville songwriter.

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Tough Choices To Be Made In Light Of 2017 Grammy Award Nominations

The nominations for the 59th Annual Grammy Awards were revealed earlier this month, with some old faithfuls, and a few new surprises among the nods for the music industry’s most sought after gongs.

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Six Quick Questions With Carolyn Miller

Back in July we introduced you to Carolyn Miller, and the video for her mashup of Taylor Swift’s ‘Wildest Dreams’ and Justin Bieber’s, ‘What Do You Mean’. New Yorker Carolyn collaborated with Mikel James for the song, and we were so impressed we had to find out more. Here’s six quick questions with Carolyn.

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Beth Rowley, Surya London. Photo Credit Steve Holley

Beth Rowley & Samuel Jack – Surya, London 21st July 2016

Steve Holley reviews the double headliner of Samuel Jack and Beth Rowley at London’s Surya last week.

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Innocent Unplugged, 28-30th May 2016, St Clere Estate, Kent

Steve Holley went down to Kent to see what Innocent Unplugged had to offer – and wasn’t disappointed.

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The Essential Weekly Playlist of: Lindsay O’Mahoney

Lindsay O’Mahoney from Honey Ryder gives us her Essential Weekly Playlist.

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Chris Tullock: A Man and His Music

Remember we gave you Chris Tullock’s Essential Weekly Playlist a couple of weeks ago? Well now he’s back to tell us a bit about himself and his music.

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