No Tears To Cry: We Speak To Sannie About Whigfield, And Her Music, Ahead Of Her Performance At Reminisce Festival

We spoke to Danish artist Sannie, who performs as Whigfield, during one of the hottest weeks this summer. When we weren’t melting, we talked about her music, her upcoming appearance at Reminsce Festival in St Helens, her foray into Eurovision, and happiness.

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Four Top Reasons To Pick Up A Guitar Today

As a music lover, you’ll likely have dabbled with the idea of learning an instrument yourself.

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AV Super Sunshine Asks – ‘Are You Happy?’

AV Super Sunshine’s new song “Are You Happy” was written to bring to light how mental health issues can affect happiness. As a severe depression and PTSD survivor himself, AV has fought hard and found a road back. His mission is to have fun while sharing what has worked for him in hope others can be helped by his experiences.

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Val Emmich – ‘Worry’

Jersey City artist has had his time in New York City, but his love for his hometown and home values is evident in his music, such as his recent release ‘Everytime I Leave My Girl’, a sweet duet with his daughter.

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Zāna – ‘Nah’

The video for Zāna’s single, ‘Nah’ opens as it means to go on. A woman wearing high heeled shoes, emblazoned with a big cat on one, and the word ‘Nah’ in diamonds on the other, strides into a party – the heels sparking electricity as she goes. It’s the perfect representation of the sass, sultriness, and strength which come to mind when we think of Zāna.

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Pezzettino – ‘How To’

Margaret Stutt found her recording moniker from a children’s book of the same name, written and illustrated by Leo Lionni. The titular character of the book lives in a world where everyone is big, and does wonderful things; Pezzettino however is small; just a little piece (Pezzettino is “piece” in Italian). “I must be a piece of somebody. I must belong to somebody else.” Pezzettino discovers that he belongs to nobody but himself, and finds peace and joy in the realisation.

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Olly Murs Listening Party 24 October - Photo Credit Lisa Hafey

Olly Murs Is Set To Follow Up His Previous Hits With New Album ‘You Know I Know’

Olly Murs has released five albums so far, four of which have reached the number one spot, while his self titled debut, released in 2010, had to be satisfied with second place. Not too shady really! Olly’s 6th album, ‘You Know I Know’, set for release this Friday, November 9, looks set to repeat the trend, with its double album style blend of new songs and older hits.

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Liverpool Trio ‘Little Grace Release Third Single ‘My Bed’

Liverpool-based contemporary R&B trio Little Grace. have released their third single, ‘My Bed’. Inspired by Tracey Emin’s art installation of the same name, the track connects all art forms, while at the same time exploring the important topic of mental health, and a percentage of earnings from the single will go to men’s mental health charity, CALM.

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Eliza And The Bear Lead Singer James Kellegher Opens Up About ‘Group Therapy’

Steve Holley speaks with James Kellegher, lead singer of Eliza And The Bear, about ‘Group Therapy’, ‘First Aid’, and mental health, especially in the music industry.

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Eliza & The Bear To Release Long Awaited Second Album ‘Group Therapy’

Watching Eliza & The Bear has become a regular occurrence for me from the first moment I saw them live at Barn On The Farm in 2014. Since then I’ve seen them grace Scala, Islington Assembly Hall And two more BOTF and they have never disappointed.

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Hip Hop Rap Artist Kev Hannibal Releases EP ‘I Got Issues’

Hip Hop artist Kev Hannibal is set to release his debut EP, ‘I Got Issues’, on September 11, with inspiration drawn from the likes of 50 Cent, and Rick Ross.

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‘England Get Better’ – Bognor Duo Raise Hopes For England World Cup As Well As Mental Health Awareness

With no official anthem for the English team at this year’s FIFA World Cup in Moscow, Bognor musicians Dan Williams and Chris Woolley decided to get their own song together, while at the same time raising awareness and funds for mental health.

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Musicians and the Mental Health Crisis

Dublin’s Robert O’Connor is a singer/songwriter and occasional journalist, whose new single, ‘You Found Me’, is out now. Robert has written a guest post for us about musicians and mental health. His new single “You Found Me” is out now. You can find out more about Robert O’Connor and his music from his official website.

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