" I Need To Feel This" is very special to me. It is the second single off my EP, "Somethin' 'Bout A Song." I...
" I Need To Feel This" is very special to me. It is the second single off my EP, "Somethin' 'Bout A Song." I co-wrote the song with Evan Thompson and it came from raw emotion and was about a real life experience I was going through that day. It is without a doubt one of my most favorite songs I have ever written and truly reflects who I am. I had so much fun filming this video at a local park in Nashville and it was directed by my talented friend, Jude Salazar. Hope you like it!
http://www.jimmywhitemusic.com - Miserable Man spent multiple weeks at #1 on both the AC40 Hot Hit Chart as well ...
http://www.jimmywhitemusic.com - Miserable Man spent multiple weeks at #1 on both the AC40 Hot Hit Chart as well as the Christian Top 40 Hit Chart. It also reached the Top 15 spot on the FMQB chart in early 2017.
The single is based on Paul’s letter to the Romans, passages between 7:10 - 25,
Where the song comes from:
As with so many people in this world, White has battled depression at several points in his life. In this single, White writes of feeling the depression that the Apostle Paul must have felt in his letter to the Romans, (19) I do not do the good things I want to do, but I do the bad things I do not want to do In verse (24), What a miserable man I am! Who will save me from this body that brings me death?
White does see the hope in verse (25) I thank God for saving me through Jesus Christ our Lord! So in my mind I am a slave to God’s law, but in my sinful self I am a slave to the law of sin.
As with the Apostle Paul and so many people today, as well as White, the struggle with depression can be overwhelming and debilitating but there is hope in Jesus Christ our Lord and in God the Father.
Jimmy White is not a newcomer to the music scene. In his impressive thirty-year career, White has reached #1 over a dozen times on the Independent Adult Contemporary Charts, he is both the most-nominated and winning artist in the history of the IMN music awards and the New Music Awards. Jimmy has also charted four times in the Billboard AC Top 40—among other accomplishments. #Jimmywhitemusic #MiserableMan
Artist Website: http://www.jimmywhitemusic.com
Artist Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JimmyWhiteFanPage
Artist Twitter: https://twitter.com/jimmywhitemusic
Artists iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/jimmy-white/id6073906
Label: 828 Records, Inc.
Song IPI: BMI# 17097240
Songwriters: James A. White
Songwriters IPI: BMI# 140339011
Publishers: Washington Place Music, Inc.
Publisher IPI: BMI# 246870936
Originally from Mount Vernon, Ky., Rae has been eager to share her talent since her church performances as a child....
Originally from Mount Vernon, Ky., Rae has been eager to share her talent since her church performances as a child. At 12 years of age, Rae began to craft her own songs while strumming a six-string. In high school, she performed as a member of the Kentucky All-State choir before earning a degree in Music Education at University of the Cumberlands. Prior to moving to Nashville, Rae spent three years in Vancouver, BC, Canada. She took to live performance and further enhancement of her songwriting before returning to the states in 2012 to fully pursue a solo career as a country music artist.
Rae delivered her sophomore album, Come Find Me, in March of 2017. Inspired by personal growth and vulnerability, more than half of the fifteen tracks are either written or co-written by Rae. Come Find Me features “I Need Me,” a track that has been heard previously for years and performed in numerous variations. “I Need Me” found longtime friend and producer, Shawn Gough, who helped transform the current single into the climatic ballad it is, climbing both the country and adult contemporary radio charts.
The opening shot of Camille Rae's music video for her song "I Need Me" is an almost uncomfortably close shot of her face. The camera slowly zooms out as her eyelids open, her eyes showing a glimpse of the immense grief of lost love explored in the video. "My videographer, Jacob Long, was the brilliant mind behind this shot," Rae said. "It was so vulnerable! I did feel completely exposed and raw. It also wasn't the most flattering shot, but that didn't matter to me."
Throughout the three minute long video, the camera constantly returns to this vulnerable shot. "This was the scene where I finally channeled that sadness and vulnerability I had been reaching for," Rae said. "The flood gates opened and all the crying was authentic." The power behind this stunning video stems from that one recurring image.
"I Need Me" tells the story of a woman grappling with the decision to leave a man. The first line of the song is stark and powerful: "No matter how I feel, how you feel is better." The line begins and ends the song and Rae said that it's the line that sums up the message of the song. "As humans we will forget where we were, who we were with and what we were doing, but never how we were made to feel," Rae said. The song recently hit the Top 30 on Music Row's Country Breakout Chart, making Rae the fastest rising independent country artist to chart since Aaron Watson.
Emotionally, the video was draining on Rae. "This was definitely a much harder process because it was so intimidate and vulnerable," she said. "I had to channel the exact emotions that I wanted to portray and then carefully display them in a way that wasn't too forward or too vague." Despite that, she said that the emotionally taxing element of the process was worth it because the video came together perfectly.
The sadness portrayed in the video ends on a higher note with the last scene of the video, indicating a hopefulness in the video. Rae used the video as a way to tell people to live their lives and to not be afraid of doing what is best for themselves. "Are you going to choose to stay and drown in this life around you or are you going to make the terrifying, yet liberating sacrifices to be happy and whole?" Rae said. "The last scene tells my audience that I chose me."
http://www.remattei.com- Re Mattei was born in Trenton, New Jersey, the daughter of parents who love music. Her...
http://www.remattei.com- Re Mattei was born in Trenton, New Jersey, the daughter of parents who love music. Her mother played the violin and her father played the accordion. Her parents introduced her to many genres of music including country legends such as Tammy Wynette, Waylon Jennings, Johnny Cash, and Johnny Rodriguez, along with the pop influences of artists like Rod Stewart and Linda Ronstadt. As a young child, Re asked her mother what those people on the radio singing did for a living. Her mother responded by saying, “that’s what they do…they’re singers,” and Re replied, “then that’s what I want to do.” She started entering talent shows and school musicals. At ten years old she began writing songs and appreciates the storytellers that paved the way like Harry Chapin and Mac Davis.
She studied at Berklee College of Music receiving a Bachelors degree in guitar performance. Two weeks after graduation she auditioned for lead guitarist and singer of an all-female seven-piece band named “Uptown Girls.” She toured the U.S., Hawaii, Japan, Singapore, and the Philippines, playing at military bases and nightclubs. After touring for three years Re moved to Nashville to become a songwriter and recording artist. She collaborated with songwriter Rick McMahon, and their song “Broken Rose” received honorable mention in the Music City Song Festival in two categories (music and lyrics). She has performed at the Opryland Hotel, Bluebird Cafe, and the Tennessee State Fair WSM-sponsored stage.
Re is currently in the studio working with producer Bartley Pursley who has worked with artists such as John Rich, Gretchen Wilson, and Randy Owen. Her first single “Country Love” written by Re and Rick McMahon will be the debut song off her up-and-coming album. Re explains, “Music has always been my medicine. When life gets tough I put on my headphones and rock back and forth to my favorite songs.” Re’s years on the road have taught her that it’s important to have fun on stage and entertain the fans. “My hope is that my music can be a medicine for others and leave them with a smile on their face and a song in their heart.”
Joe Cirotti, a multi instrumentalist/singer/songwriter from Hackettstown NJ performed one of his originals, "My...
Joe Cirotti, a multi instrumentalist/singer/songwriter from Hackettstown NJ performed one of his originals, "My Heart Is Burning" live at the Sparta Arts 2017 Summer Concert Series with his band "The Cirotti Trio" Band Members are: Joe Cirotti-Lead Vocals/guitar, Peter Lister-Bass, and Caleb Estey-Drums. This song was written by Mr. Cirotti and originally recorded as a rock version by he & his former band Only Living Boy NJ on their first self titled album released in 2008 and was featured in two hit prime time television series "Longmire" in s1, Ep8, and "Night Shift" in S1, Ep 7. This version is an updated one and one of the best ever in my opinion!! I do hope you'll enjoy!
If you'd like to find more on Mr. Cirotti please head over to his Facebook at www.facebook.com/joecirotti, his website: www.joecirottimusic.com, and Bandcamp to purchase his albums at www.joecirotti.com. His music can also be found on most all digital media (Itunes, Spotify, etc) and his YouTube is at www.youtube.com/inbedwithmusic
American country-rock artist, Marc Daniels releases scorching summer anthem and music video. In his new single,...
American country-rock artist, Marc Daniels releases scorching summer anthem and music video. In his new single, Daniels recounts the rich flashbacks of summer nights that start with road trips and bonfires. To accompany Marc's latest release, Trespasser Productions produces a tremendous music video that leads into a crazy bonfire out in the desert where friends light off fireworks, ride around on dirt bikes, and just let go from all of their worries.
Production Company: Trespasser Productions
Director: directed by Spencer Davies
Lyric video to the song "Curveball "from the album "Usual Alias" released August 2017.
In 2003 Iraqi defector Rafid...
Lyric video to the song "Curveball "from the album "Usual Alias" released August 2017.
In 2003 Iraqi defector Rafid Ahmed Alwan al-Janabi was known in the CIA and British MI6 intelligence agencies by the cryptonym "Curveball".
He became the single unconfirmed and unverified source behind US and British Government claims about the existence of mobile germ warfare trucks in Iraq - the so called weapons of mass destruction (WMD).
"Curveball's " lies and fantasies were elevated to the status of "facts and conclusions based on solid intelligence" by US Secretary of State General Colin Powell ,in his now infamous Powerpoint presentation to the UN Security Council on February 5,2003. US forces found there were no WMD in Iraq.
I wanted to create a music video for my song feeling funky tonight that just says I want to dance and party. It was...
I wanted to create a music video for my song feeling funky tonight that just says I want to dance and party. It was a free style I did over my own original Instrumental. I found a website called Rotorvideos.com that had these awesome clips so I just selected a few myself that fit with my song and created the video. I liked it so I just thought to put it up for myself. My music or singing is just okay nothing special. I was just having fun. The song is part of my self titled and self release 1st hip hop album : Jhoom Barabar that I created myself. I am the composer, producer, mixer, sound engineer, writer and performer for this whole album and it is set for release on the 7th of december 2017 and will be available on all music digital stores and streaming services. No high expectations infact no expectations at all as I just created music I wanted to listen to and this was fun to make. I get a lot of criticism for my music so I decided just to listen to it for myself as no one likes it and it is totally understandable.