A Legacy Preserved: How Movies, Books, and Online Slots Are Saving the Best for Later

When it comes to naming the all-time best musicians, there are many men and women who deserve a place in the lyrical and vocal hall of fame. From the sadly deceased Freddie Mercury to the inimitable Cher and Madonna, some names reign supreme, and deserve to do so in perpetuity.

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What ‘Temperature’ Is Your Milk? New Music From Irish RnB/Pop Group

Mark McKenna, played multi-instrumentalist Eamon in the 2016 Irish film ‘Sing Street’. Accomplished musician, Mark is back with his new band, Milk, and their latet single, ‘Temperature’.

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KC – ‘Zero Gravity’

Influenced by the likes of David Bowie and Freddie Mercury, KC started playing guitar and piano from an early age, and at the age of 16 he taught himself how to use music writing software, setting himself on a path to become his career a professional musician. Always different, KC uses his imagination to empower all races, genders, and orientations, with every track and video telling a story. He’s set to release his debut EP, ‘Hyperion’, with the first track, ‘Zero Gravity’. The EP is a collection of songs illustrating his journey of self-discovery and self-love. ‘Zero Gravity’ takes a look into the darkness, space, and harmonies that KC creates.

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Meresha Opens The Door With New EP ‘Enter the Dreamland’

Indie singer, mult-instrumentalist, and producer, Meresha successfully takes influences from a diverse range of artists including Robert Plant, Joss Stone, Freddie Mercury, Hayley Williams, Prince, and Björk – with the result her own unique sound.

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Inner Call – ‘Gravity’

Quartet Inner Call hark from the Friuli Venezia Giulia (FVG) region of Northeastern Italy. The band comes from a range of different musical influences, from pop, rock, and classical music, and their first single, ‘Gravity’, is matched with a striking thriller of a video.

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The Queen Extravaganza 20th November Hammersmith Apollo, London

Steve Holley went to see The Queen Extravaganza at London’s Hammersmith Apollo.

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