The Rising are set to release the second single from their brand new album, ‘Moving On’. ‘Even The Stars Fall For You’, set to come out on 2 November, is a brand new mix and edit of the song. In addition to the single, which will be available to stream and download digitally on all formats, The Rising are hosting a competition.
Music streaming service Deezer gave UK singer songwriter Zak Abel, and artist Daniel Cordas, the challenge to create custom trainer designs based on their personal interpretations of Zak’s single, ‘Love Song’. Additionally, a special pair of trainers was made featuring graphics based on the musical inspirations of both artists. Fans will have the opportunity to win a pair of the limited edition shoes.
Due to popular demand, Queen Extravaganza are returning to the UK for a tour which starts on October 30 at Edinburgh’s Usher Hall, continuing until their final show at London’s Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith, on November 22nd. Essentially Pop gives you the chance to win a pair of tickets to see the show!
Praised by critics for having a voice with the same grain and range as Otis Reading, Alexander O’Neal came to prominence as an RnB singer in both the US and UK territories with a stream of hits that included ‘If You Were Here Tonight’, ‘Saturday Love’, ‘Never Knew Love Like This’ & ‘Fake’. Orginally signed in his early days by the late legend Prince, he has secured his name in the R&B history books, with a career that has spanned over thirty years. His much loved, chart smash ‘Criticize’ is still lighting up dance floors across the world today and became integral to the soundtrack of the teenage years of Generation X.
On Sunday evening 24th September, the finalists for Salute’s quest to unearth the very best in British musical talent were announced on Salute Music Maker’s Facebook page.
Heralding the final stage of the competition to find the best of unsigned UK musical talent, the remaining artists have battled through an initial talent pool of over 2000 entrants to the stage which matters the most – judging by the music fans themselves.